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Festivals, fairs, and forests, our October/November issue is full to the brim of autumnal admiration and activities to do. It’s a time of year when the trees are blushed with oranges and reds, the ocean turns a cool deep blue and nights are long once more. For us, that doesn’t mean that Cornwall is any quieter! Especially lively is the North Cornish town of Bude. Unique in location and abundant in culture and community, we’ve delved in to discover all that is going on in Bude these months, and believe us when we say there is a lot to choose from, be it music festivals, alternative art exhibitions, festive markets and plenty of local gatherings. Further down south and we’re catching up with the Etsy Makers group of Cornwall, who will be holding their biggest event ever at the Penryn Sports Campus this November. Now, it’s safe to say we are a big fan of trees and where better a place to see them than Cardinham Woods. Our contributing writer, Elizabeth Dale, gives her take on one of Cornwall’s best-known woodlands, exploring its history, its most beloved sites and more importantly why you should experience it for yourself this autumn. Elizabeth also sits down for a chat with the Forestry Commission to talk through the plans for the new £30 million forest in Cornwall. Admittedly, there are times when Cornwall in winter can seem fairly bleak, but it’s nothing an indulgent night away of good food, good drink and a comfy bed can’t cure. Our Top 10 Places to Eat this edition are based around an ‘Eat & Sleep’ motto and suit a variety of budgets and tastes. From a host of must-see art events and days out with the family to championing local makers and producers alongside plenty of Cornish fun, we hope this issue of myCornwall Magazine helps you make the most out of this magical time of year.

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