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Exploring Chun castle and Quoit

Huge stone supports holding up capstone - Chun QuoitThere are so many fascinating Ancient Sites to explore here in West Cornwall and this week we revisited the once mighty Iron Age fort of Chun Castle again, set beside the remarkable preserved Chun Quoit in a commanding position high on the downs with spectacular views over West Penwith.

I had read that they had recently been cleared by volunteers so it was a perfect time to climb up onto Chun Downs once more and absorb the atmosphere of distant times.

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A picture postcard from Mousehole

Mousehole Postcard of two dingeys on a harbour framed by cottages and seaLet me send you a postcard from Mousehole this week, sent  from the idyllic former fishing village, beguilingly set around a Cornish harbour just a seagull’s wing across Mounts Bay from us here at Ednovean Farm.

Mousehole is enchanting in the spring, buzzing quietly in the summer and from the picture perfect harbour framed by pretty, former fishermen’s cottages, to the narrow winding streets that have been part of the battle of Cornwall, Mousehole has so much to offer a visitor to West Cornwall.

 

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March and April – a spring garden diary

spring raindrops on pink tulip - spring gardenSomehow the days have drifted on lately and I haven’t written my usual garden diary lately for the deliciously unpredictable yet inspiring months of spring. So let me to show you around the garden again this week, following two months that has seen the first precious garden shoots unfurling to glossy green leaves and lusciously coloured flowers we have settled down to manicure the garden again, ready for the summer months to come.

 

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