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Cool for school in Cornwall

Posted:13 Dec 12by:Judi Everitt
 Visitors to Cornwall can enter the festive spirit by donning a pair of ice skates and taking to Truro’s first outdoor skating rink located behind its majestic cathedral, with profits helping transform a closed church school into an important cultural centre for the county...

From one good bubbly to another...

Posted:08 Nov 12by:Judy
Award-winning winemakers Bob and Sam Lindo are regulars at the Hustyns leisure club, of which they are members, where facilities include a gym, steam room, sauna, large pool – and a sparkling, bubbly Jacuzzi that is perfect for easing tired muscles...

Pad over to Padstow for festive fun

Posted:22 Oct 12by:Kevin
The 2012 Christmas Festival in the pretty fishing port town of Padstow is sure to draw big crowds with market stalls selling locally made produce and offering gift ideas, alongside a lively entertainment programme that includes celebrity chef cookery demonstrations, fireworks, hog roast, a Santa fun run…and more...

Cornish Garden Delights

Posted:18 Sep 12by:Ian Rumgay
With the children back to school and holiday crowds shrinking, September is an ideal time to visit Cornwall and enjoy the splendour of the county’s exotic gardens in relative peace and tranquility...

Busy Cornish September kicks off with a chukker

Posted:06 Sep 12by:andrea
Surfers will make way for polo players in a special event at Watergate Bay near Newquay in Cornwall on September 11th...

Open doors to Cornish history and heritage

Posted:05 Sep 12by:andrea
Guests at our Hustyns resort can this week celebrate some of the county’s amazing architecture, heritage and culture for free...

Take the tour and enjoy a fine tipple at Camel Valley

Posted:04 Sep 12by:andrea
Wines from Cornwall’s award winning Camel Valley vineyard are fit for a Queen – they were served at the Royal Jubilee reception earlier this year, and stars from the world of food and drink, like Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc, have also enjoyed them at a reception at 10 Downing Street...

50 years of British surfing

Posted:30 Aug 12by:Ian Rumgay
 Last weekend surfers gathered at the headland by Fistral Beach Newquay to celebrate 50 year of modern board riding in Britain...

Cooking up ways to raise funds for children’s hospice

Posted:29 Aug 12by:andrea
Pop legend Paul Young will be cooking up a Cornish storm and signing copies of his book ‘Recipes Found on My Travels’ at a special charity evening here at Hustyns on Thursday August 30th to help raise funds for Children’s Hospice South West’s Precious Lives Appeal...

A belly nice day out in Cornwall

Posted:28 Aug 12by:Judy
Whether you wish to eat cake, sip tea and spectate or join in the spectacle and sport, the annual World Bellyboard Championships at Chapel Porth beach, St Agnes in North Cornwall, promises plenty of fun this Sunday (September 2)...

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