myCornwall - June/July 2018

Publisher: PW Media and Publishing
Category: Lifestyle, Travel
Language: English
Frequency : Bi-Monthly
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myCornwall Magazine – Cornwall’s Favorite Magazine Where to eat, what to see, who to believe, where to shop, how to have a great day out and what stories have shaped the Cornish World: myCornwall is the best of life in Cornwall, every issue. For more than 100 issues, myCornwall has reported on Cornwall, the people and the places that matter. myCornwall is the magazine for the Cornish who want to be connected to their land. Its in-depth, lively and provocative stories and reviews, cover heritage, food, politics, personalities, the arts, travel and social trends. It provides a showcase for stunning photography, affecting portraits and smart design. myCornwall is edgy, informed, entertaining, insightful, stylish.

The myCornwall Magazine has had a bit of a revamp. Of course you’ll still find great Cornish content and still find amazing Cornish art, things to do, eat and more, just with a little refurbishment. Check out the best 2018 Outdoor theatre shows this summer, beautiful and quirky products from Penzance’s Circa 21, discover more about Blue Sharks, celebrate suffrage in Cornwall and see what women in the county are doing today. In our My Cornish World SAS chief Hugo Tagholm talks about how his passion for conservation started, and of course see the very best of art at the start of the glorious summer season. Learning about the colourful character that was Samuel John Lamorna Birch and perhaps West Penwith’s biggest fan John Piper accompany our Gallery of the Month: Art House in St Ives plus much more. Then if you’re keen to dine away from the busy bustle of the tourist season check out our list of Top 10 Places to Eat – Off the Beaten Track. There’s also our Meet the Chef, where this issue The Longstore in Charlestown let’s Head Chef Ben Ambridge reveal all about their amazing menu. It’s all here and a huge thanks to the amazing people who made this issue happen. Especially to our wonderful cover art supplier Nina Brooke whose work you discover more about in this issue!

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