The Cornish Cream Tea

Anyone who has never tasted a traditional Cornish cream tea is missing out on a culinary treat. A warm scone smothered with a layer of sweet strawberry jam and covered with a generous helping of rich clotted cream… simply bootiful! Some people enjoy it with…

Will Young

Pop idol Will Young is famous for his Cornish lifestyle, after buying a Grade II listed house on Bodmin Moor to “melt into nature” 13 years ago, when the celebrity lifestyle got too much for him. According to media reports, his time in what he…

The Evolution of WordPress

WordPress was launched in 2003 as an open-source publishing platform to help people create their own website or blog. Over the past 15 years, it has evolved into the most popular content management system on the web. The open source software creates a beautiful website…

Boardmasters 2018

Renowned for its beautiful beaches and waves from the Atlantic Ocean that create excellent surfing conditions, Newquay is a popular tourist destination. Nestling on the coast of Cornwall, in south-west England, the seaside town is popular for family holidays and surfers alike. Its sandy Watergate…

The Changing Face of Social Media

There was a time not so long ago when social media sites such as Facebook were simply a way of keeping in touch with family and friends. Today, social media is becoming a valuable marketing tool, that when used to optimum effect, is capable of…

Poldark

The BBC drama series Poldark has just begun its fourth series this month, starring Aidan Turner as Captain Ross Poldark, a British Army officer who returns home from war to his native Cornwall – only to find there have been some unwelcome changes. His father…

Technical SEO

Mastering the technical side of SEO can make the difference between your website’s ultimate success or failure. If technical issues are present, these can significantly lower your search ranking – or even make your website invisible to Google and other search engines.   What is…

The Cornish Pasty

The traditional Cornish pasty has been a part of the British diet since the 14th century. History books confirm its importance to British culture – although in the early years, it was considered a luxury food item that was eaten only by the upper classes.…

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