We all love Cornwall don't we, and what better way to pay homage to the beautiful county than giving your next pet a truly Cornish name? One of my terriers is called Jago, from the Cornish for James. However, if you're looking for something a bit more descriptive, check out our 50 fantastic Cornish names for your next pet (or even child)! Do you have a favourite? Let us know on the social media!
Remember, remember... it's that time of year again! Whether it's the warm glow of a bonfire, or the colourful spectacle of fireworks, there will be a number of great events you can choose from in the North Cornwall area. If we've missed one, let us know on the social media or in the comments below. Stay safe and have fun!
It's here again, and even earlier this year! October half-term in the North Cornwall / Devon offers a wonderfully diverse mix of entertainment. Alongside the usual Halloween activities, you will also find everything from classical concerts to supersonic cars, bobbing apples to swimming dogs! There's scary, silly, soggy and sozzled! If we've missed an event, let us know in the comments below.
Two of the factors that make the West Country such a wonderful place to visit are the local dialect and the mysterious folklore. This week, we're sharing an old poem from a Victorian poet from Devon that combines the two. "There's piskies up to Dartymoor, an' tidden gude yew zay there bain't"!