Jackie Harding recounts walking across Gerrans Bay in Portscatho in summer earlier this year. In this new regular series of features she will be mapping these kinds of stories onto the physical landscape of the Cornish coast. Read on to discover more. Fuelled by a heady mix of childhood memories from my favourite 1970s TV series, Survivors – a…Continue Reading “Walking to Gerrans Bay”

Jackie Harding tells of her time walking from Talland Bay to Polruan earlier in spring this year. In this new regular series of features she will be mapping these kinds of stories onto the physical landscape of the Cornish coast. Read on to discover more. Three weeks after walking this remote stretch of Cornish coast, and…Continue Reading “From Talland Bay to Polruan”

Jackie Harding recounts a journey from Zennor to St Ives earlier this year, where the echoes of the past, the sounds of the sea and the memories of other people still resonate along the way. In this new regular series of features she will be mapping these kinds of stories onto the physical landscape of the Cornish…Continue Reading “Walking the Cornish Coast: As I Was Walking to St Ives”

Emily Marsh, studying Creative Writing at Falmouth University, relates her journey to and from Cornwall through the years and tries to underpin what makes this charming county so important to come back to. The long drive down the A30 is all too familiar to me now. Some of my most vivid memories of childhood are…Continue Reading “Calling Cornwall Home”

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Enya Nwaegbe is an English with Creative Writing undergraduate at Falmouth University. In this article, she relates on her first experiences of Cornwall from when she was a child to what it’s like to live here now as a student completing her degree. The first time I ever stepped foot in Cornwall I was either nine…Continue Reading “Memories in Cornwall: Then and Now”

Aysha Bryant, studying Journalism at Falmouth University, gives her account of a place in Falmouth that means the most to her. Everyone has that one place that touches them and this – this view by the sea – is mine. It has everything. Falmouth harbour, the castle, the pretty boats and the dainty little village across the…Continue Reading “Home Beside The Sea”