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Two harbours – two great seafood suppers

view across Mousehole harbour

The end of the day at Mousehole harbour

There is certain mellowness about those dusky evenings, when the winter storms are spent and the summer sea laps languidly against ancient harbour walls. Here in west Cornwall we are spoilt with so many lovely sheltered harbours to visit for a seafood supper and we recently made our way around Mounts Bay to renew our acquaintance with Mousehole and Newlyn.

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May in the Ednovean Garden

foxgloves and formal hedges above St Michael's Mount - May Garden Ednovean Farm

May’s garden is alive with wildflowers that soften the formal lines

Hello!!  Well this May I suddenly realised that it was nearly summer and I was still “in” spring mode so we had a flurry of editing and replanting the courtyard pots whilst in the wider garden we’ve been rescued by the wildflowers and the heady mix of formal and informal has never been more beautiful than with nature’s help this year. So welcome to my May Garden Dairy for our gardens at Ednovean Farm!  Continue reading “May in the Ednovean Garden” »