The Countryside of Cornwall
Discover the countryside of Cornwall on holiday or on your doorstep
Beautiful cottages, country houses and self catering accommodation including exciting properties such as lighthouses on the spectacular coast and converted barns in the magical countryside of Cornwall. Check out 'Inspiration' for themes like Accessible Holidays, Sea Views, Last Minute and more...
Romantic getaways on the waterfront, country and coast houses, cottages including at Pendeen Lighthouse, on The Lizard and so much more in the spectacular yet tranquil county of Cornwall.
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Countryside News Cornwall
- Protest over concerns for badgers at multi-million development 22nd June 2020A number of badger setts have been discovered at the site of a 143 home development in Hayle
- Beautiful faces of dogs that need rehoming in Cornwall post-lockdown 21st June 2020The National Animal Welfare Trust says it has seen a surge in dogs being abandoned since lockdown has been eased
- Cornwall Wildlife Trust has received £46,300 National Lottery support to help address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic 23rd June 2020Cornwall Wildlife Trust has received £46,300 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help ensure its continued work to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild spaces.
- Cornwall Wildlife Trust backs new form of protection for the sea and call on Government for ambitious delivery plan for Highly Protected Marine Areas within a year 8th June 2020The Benyon review of Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs) is published by Defra today. Cornwall Wildlife Trust backs its recommendations that HPMAs should be an essential part of the UK network for protection and recovery of the marine environment, and the government should introduce HPMAs within existing protected areas.
- ‘Pingers’ could save porpoises from fishing nets 13th May 2020Underwater sound devices called “pingers” could be an effective, long-term way to prevent porpoises getting caught in fishing nets with no negative behavioural effects, newly published research suggests.
- Beachgoer says possible Covid-19 spike 'doesn't really matter' 27th June 2020Prime Minister issues warning after thousands descend on beaches
- Housing plans go before councillors for a third time 26th June 2020Developers say that they have found a solution to drainage concerns at the site in Camborne
- Museum allowed to serve alcohol despite concerns from locals 26th June 2020Charlestown Shipwreck Centre applied to change its licence so that food and drink can be served