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What's on in Cornwall today (21 November 2017).

17 Mar 2017 to 07 Jan 2018

This exhibition tells a story that challenges the more commonly known Hollywood depiction and brings to life one of the greatest small-boat survival stories in history featuring relics from the voyage and a specially built reproduction of the Bounty launch.
17 Mar 2017 to 07 Jan 2018

This exhibition offers a ground-breaking and comprehensive history of British tattooing; featuring cutting edge designers, leading academics and major private collectors.
14 Oct 2017 to 18 Feb 2018

The ice rink will open again for the winter season on Saturday 14 October and will remain open until 18 February 2018. A valid Eden admission ticket is required for all the sessions, in addition to the ticket for the relevant session. Skaters are welcome to bring their own ice skates to use. Please note that socks must be worn with skates and we do advise that an extra pair of socks is worn for comfort. General skating sessions Our public skate sessions are 40 minutes long and begin ...
21 Nov 2017 to 25 Nov 2017

On Oskar's third birthday, he rails against the adult world and decides to remain a child forever. Armed with a heart full of rage, a singing voice that shatters glass, and a seemingly indestructible tin drum, Oskar sets about to reveal the world for what it truly is. However, the world has other plans for our hero... The tide is turning. People are taking sides. And the shadow of the Black Witch draws ever closer. Often hailed as one of the greatest novels ever written, Günter ...

Latest Cornwall Features

The latest Cornwall articles from Resort Cornwall are previewed below.

11 Aug 2017
It’s business as usual in the charming village of Coverack, which recently suffered a flash flood that gushed through the centre of the village before pouring over the sea wall. The community has really pulled together to repair the damage and ensure that visitors can enjoy all that the village has to offer. Situated on the Lizard Peninsula, some twelve miles from Helston, Coverack is one of a string of small villages that lie along the Lizard coastline, which is an Area ... Read more...
21 Apr 2017
Garden Glory There are more than 70 superb gardens in Cornwall and the milder year-round climate is perfect for growing ‘sub-tropical’ plants – many of which cannot grow anywhere else in the UK – and Cornwall abounds with lush gardens. In the last couple of centuries a distinct gardening tradition has developed in Cornwall. Wealthy landowners and industrial families sent sailors and plant hunters off all over the world to bring back samples of rare ... Read more...
21 Apr 2017
To really get a feel for Cornwall life then head out and about to find that quintessential Cornish village pub! Although many of our villages may have lost their post office or local shop they have managed to retain the all important village inn, where you get a real sense of history and can imagine the generations of local people who would have enjoyed the hospitality in days gone by. That sense of timelessness still pervades, although these days the ‘local’ offers ... Read more...
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09 March 2017
Resort Cornwall Website Launch

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