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Looking for ideas to treat your loved one, or yourself, in North Cornwall? Here are some of my suggestions...…

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When you want to give a personal or personalised gift, it can be helpful to have suggestions... here's some more ideas .……

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When you want to give a personal or personalised gift, it can be helpful to have suggestions... here's the first in a series.…

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January in Cornwall and some seasonal ideas to help you have an uplifting January.…

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The daffodils were ever so slightly later this year – I saw one or two in bud before Christmas but only this week have I seen a couple in flower. We’ve been lying low this…

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The gift that keeps on giving all year!…

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Last minute retro gift ideas with Amazon Fire and Sega Mega Drive…

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Handmade gifts for Christmas Eve…

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December decor for lifting winter spirits…

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To some, November is the start of winter. 1 November, marking halfway between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice, brings the pagan/ Celtic new year. The harvest has ended and the seasons are changing. This year, the…

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