Big Days Out
Books Set In Cornwall
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The Train Journey Between St Erth And St Ives Is A Stunning One. Hugging The Coast & Taking In The Whole Of The St Ives Bay, The Train Trip Will Blow You Away.
The Boathouse Theatre newspaper review "50 minutes of ecstatic madness" pretty much sums up the quirky bizarre shows put on by Jason Calder and family. A must see visit if you are in St Ives at the right time!
Doble's Wall Is The Wall In Front Of Pels On The Wharf In St Ives. It Has A Song Written About It And Many A Bottom Has Sat On It To Eat A Hart's Ice Cream Or A Pels Crepe.
There Is Nothing So Quintessentially English Than Sitting By The Sea In A Blue & White Striped Deckchair. All You Need To Complete The Look Is A Hanky On Your Head!
Who Hasn't Dreamed Of Living In The Beautiful Big House On St Ives Harbour Beach? Find Out It's History, Some Quirks & Who Possibly Lives There Now.
It Is No Surprise To Find That St Ives Has A Couple Of Lovely, Old Fashioned, Bright Red Telephone Kiosks. Find Out Where They Are And Pay Them A Nostalgic Visit!
Watch The Stone Balancers Of St Ives On Lambeth Walk Beach. Stone Balancing Is A Natural Art Form Where Stones Are Placed On Top Of Each Other In Unnatural Forms Without The Use Of Glue Or Wire.
Have You Discovered Mermaid Cottage In St Ives? It is A Lovely Little Place Down Virgin Street With A Little Garden Packed Full Of Mermaids Of All Shapes & Sizes. We Love To Stop By And Have A Little Look.
The St Ives Launderette Mural Is A Stunning Work Of Art Depicting A Man, Woman & Dog On A Fishing Boat In St Ives Bay. It Is By The Freehand Aerosol Artist Sketch86.
Hire A Jaunty Looking Beach Chalet On Porthmeor, Porthgwidden Or Porthminster Beach In St Ives Cornwall. It's The Perfect Place To Keep All Your Beach Gear For The Summer!
Wassailing In St Ives Is Done Early In The New Year At The St Ives Community Orchard. It Is A Lovely, Community Celebration Full Of Drinking, Singing & Lots Of Noise!
Have you heard of Kitty's Corner? It is one of my favourite spots in St Ives. It is the stone ledge in front of the cottages that lead straight onto the harbour beach.