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The Tale of Cruel Coppinger

The rugged north coast of Cornwall was once considered a smuggler’s paradise. Millions of years of erosion by those unstoppable Atlantic rollers have created a coastline of countless craggy inlets, secluded coves and hidden caves – and the men that…

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Carn Brea Castle

Carn Brea Castle is easily one of Cornwall’s most recognisable landmarks and one of its most unusual buildings. Standing on the heights of Carn Brea Hill it is visibly from miles around. Over the centuries the castle has had many…

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Exciting ways to see Cornwall

Guides to Cornwall generally fall into one of two categories. They’re either rapturous reviews of its dramatic landscape and characterful towns. Or rants about traffic jams and ever increasing hordes of visitors. Fortunately there is a third way – one…

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