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Weekend of music kick-starts festival season in Cornwall
Indie four piece Maximo Park will join The Cribs and Gabrielle Aplin as a headliner at Cornwall’s Leopallooza Festival this summer.
AA awards for beachside hotel and restaurant
The Beach at Bude has been recognised for its high quality by the AA, winning accolades for both the restaurant and hotel.
Katherine Ryan and Russell Kane for Cornish comedy festival
Two of comedy’s biggest stars have been confirmed as headliners at Cornwall’s first comedy festival, taking place this August.

RIBA architect joins Cornish consultancy
Cornwall-based Laurence Associates has appointed its first RIBA-accredited architect.
Midsummer feasts in Cornwall
Dates have been announced for Nancarrow’s summer series of farm feasts, with menus starring the organic lamb and beef reared on the farm
Beach polo festival celebrates 10 years in style
Watergate Bay basked in three days of sunshine as Aspall Polo on the Beach brought high goal polo, jousting displays, fireworks, beach parties and a host of family entertainment to the north Cornwall beach.
Minehead hotel joins Providence Hospitality following acquisition
A 30 bedroom hotel in West Somerset joins Providence Hospitality’s growing portfolio of UK properties.
Surf and ride weekends in Cornwall
Family farmstay The Olde House are offering adventure packages combining cycling and water sports.
Cornish artisanship on display in Par showroom
The Cornish Bed Company is unveiling a range of its handmade beds in a new showroom near St Austell.
Three Cheers Pub Co. announce an eighth site
The award-winning south London pub group has now acquired The Bedford in Balham, London.
Sarah Johnson, Laurence Associates. Simon Burt
A feast at Nancarrow near Truro, Cornwall. Adam Sargent
Aspall Polo on the Beach at Watergate Bay, Cornwall. Lewis Harrison-Pinder
The Olde House activity break surf lesson, with Wavehunters at Polzeath. Wavehunters
The showroom above The Cornish Bed Company foundry in Par, Cornwall. Jack Kirby
 David Griffen Photography

Latest Posts

25 Jun 2012
James Ram

10% off Cornish farmstays before 20 July

A farmstay holiday company are making the most of their location in the heart of the Cornish countryside by offering guests the opportunity to get closer to nature. Throughout June and July, The Olde House have some great deals for those wanting to explore the flora and fauna on the farm’s doorstep. Set in 550… Read more

23 May 2012
Sam Morgan Moore

New electric charge points at The Olde House

A Cornish holiday company has taken the next step in providing carbon-neutral holidays, by installing two electric car charge points. The Olde House in Chapel Amble, North Cornwall, now offer guests the chance to charge their electric cars for free from the power generated by their 1008 solar panels. The new initiative builds on the… Read more

03 Apr 2012
David Griffen

Taste of success for St Wenn agency

Cornish public relations agency Barefoot Media is going from strength to strength after recently landing a new client and welcoming a new staff member. Just days after new recruit Kate Ardron joined the St Wenn-based firm, the agency have won the pitch for the PR and marketing of the 2012 Cornwall Food & Drink Festival…. Read more

27 Mar 2012

Learn to surf with The Olde House and Wavehunters

A Cornish holiday provider has teamed up with a leading surf academy to offer their guests a kids surfing club. The Olde House in Chapel Amble, North Cornwall run a partnership with Wavehunters Surf Academy at the stunning Polzeath beach, to provide surf lessons for their guests. Running daily throughout the Easter school holidays and… Read more

22 Feb 2012
Barn Owl hunting Adrian Langdon

New farm trail opens Cornish countryside to all

A Cornish farmstay holiday company have opened access to their 550 acre farm with the creation of three new permissive footpaths. Guests staying in the converted barns and cottages at The Olde House, near Chapel Amble in North Cornwall, can now walk out of their front door and straight onto the farm trail. The three… Read more

08 Feb 2012
Sam Morgan Moore

Spring lambing live on a Cornish farmstay holiday

With 16 million lambs born in the UK every year, lambing is one of the busiest events in the farming calendar, and this spring a Cornish farmstay company are offering families the chance to witness lambing live. At the The Olde House in Chapel Amble, north Cornwall, guests staying in the 30 self-catering cottages can… Read more

29 Nov 2011
Sam Morgan Moore

Quadruplet lambs born at The Olde House

Quadruplet lambs have been born on a North Cornwall farm for the first time in 20 years. The birth, which took place on Saturday, 26 November at 5.50pm, is a once in a generation occurrence on the 500 acre farm near Wadebridge. The Hawkey family at The Olde House in Chapel Amble, who operate a… Read more

03 Nov 2011
Sam Morgan Moore

Lambing live at Cornish farmstay holiday

Lambing is the busiest event in the farming calendar with 16 million lambs born in the UK every year, and this autumn a Cornish farmstay company are offering families the chance to witness lambing live. At the The Olde House in Chapel Amble, north Cornwall, guests staying in the 30 self-catering cottages can experience daily… Read more

18 Jul 2011
Tony Atkinson

Cornish holiday cottages plug in to solar power

A Cornish holiday company has taken a big step towards offering carbon-neutral holidays by installing a 242 kilowatt solar array which will directly power the business. All of the 30 self-catering cottages at The Olde House in Chapel Amble, 10 minutes from the popular North Cornwall beaches of Polzeath and Rock, will now be powered… Read more

16 May 2011
David Griffen

Double account wins for Cornish PR agency

A Cornish public relations company is celebrating after landing two high-profile account wins. St Wenn-based Barefoot Media have agreed contracts with TV chef Paul Ainsworth and the British Kite Surfing Association, the national governing body for kite-based sports. Starting in April, the company have been working to raise awareness of Padstow chef Paul Ainsworth’s participation… Read more