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Thursday Pizza Nights are well under way here at Trewince and again proving to be very successful.
As of today 28th July, Slice Pizza are introducing their new menu.
Thursdays throughout Summer 5-8pm. Available to order for both guests and non residents.
28 Jul 2016
Behind the scenes of the Fleet Air Arm, the Royal Navy’s flying force on the one day of the year when the public can step into the world of Culdrose. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a working military Naval Air Station.
There are lots of exciting and fun activities happening in Cornwall this August. Here’s a selection to look out for:
Join Newquay Zoo this summer for an array of Asian themed activities, trails and talks. With lots of family-friendly activities on offer, along with an Asian themed trail and face painting, and not forgetting the regular feed and talks sessions. As well as meeting many other amazing species and experiencing some up close encounters. A perfect day out for all the family where you can get closer to animals!
This summer, the Eden Project is set for its biggest prehistoric invasion yet as it is taken over by incredible creatures from land, sea and air. Get ready to uncover fascinating facts about land-roaming giants, monsters from the deep and ancient creatures of the skies. You can also visit the tropical biomes showing diverse plants from various climates that has been dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some.
Paradise Park is a wildlife sanctuary with tropical birds and creatures, and it has a JungleBarn indoor play area. Every day throughout this summer (at 2pm), watch over 40 Swainson’s and Green-naped Lorikeets released from their enclosure as they swoop down onto the awaiting crowd. Buy a pot of nectar, and you will be guaranteed some close attention from these wonderfully mischievous little characters. You never know quite what is going to happen.
This summer visit St Michael’s Mount and cross the granite causeway to an island where modern life meets layers of history, discover a medieval castle, a sub-tropical paradise and a close-knit island community. Delve into the history of a fortress, a priory, a harbour and a home. St Michael’s Mount has special events throughout summer, here’s some highlights:
Local kite surfing instructor Angus Tobey is going to put down the big kites for a couple of days and manage two kite building workshops. Enjoy making a kite from recycled materials and have fun making it fly.
Take a walk on the wild side and join Claire Scott from Great Scott! Adventures Outdoors for a rummage in the rockpools. Discover and meet the weird and wonderful creatures that live just off the Mount causeway. Learn amazing things about their lives and who is dinner and who is diner.
Summer is officially at Flambards as the theme park opens its doors daily for the holiday season. All the rides and attractions are open daily from 29th June until 11th September and the famous fireworks are ready to light up the summer sky in August. From Monday 8 August, visitors can enjoy the famous fireworks display at the theme park every Monday and Wednesday until 31st August. Lighting up the sky over the theme park the fireworks evenings are an unmissable experience for all the family to enjoy.
Dive into sea life this summer and learn all about blue tangs and clownfish like Dory and Nemo. Join the team at Cornish Seal Sanctuary on an interactive trail where you’ll discover facts about the real life versions of your favourite Disney Pixar characters. Complete the trail and you’ll have earned your exclusive Finding Dory reward! The Sanctuary is home to a wide range of marine creatures and you can hear about dramatic rescues and meet the seal and sea lion characters whose individual stories are brought to life during your visit.
Hold on to your (hi-tech) seats and get ready for the ride of your life! The new purpose built Super Sim Theatre is home to Cornwall’s most talked about new attraction – the Camel Creek 5D Simulator Experience! Be transported to a magical new world where 3D is just the beginning. Buckle up and join Captain Redbeard for a swashbuckling pirate adventure of discovery on the high seas! You’ll encounter skeletons, sea monsters and mermaids in this magical moving nautical odyssey.
Visit the Museum’s diary for an overview to activities and events at Cornwall’s Museums throughout summer.
Sent: 06 July 2016 17:30
Subject: THANK YOU
Just wanted to send over a HUGE thank you for accommodating us all at CoppaFeel! at the weekend. We had THE BEST time there and really really appreciate your support and generosity!
Ive attached some photos of the team having a great time – feel free to share these.
Thank you again!!
Maren (from CoppaFeel!)
Maren Sheldon (née Hallenga)
CoppaFeel! Director of Business Development
coppafeel.org I 07585504255
CoppaFeel! 1st Floor, 1-4 Pope Street, London SE1 3PR
Situated on the West Lawn, E26 is a 2 storey lodge and is located in a central position on site. Offering rooms with 1 King Size Bed, 1 Double Bed and 1 Twin Bed (sleeping a total of 6 people). It’s decked seating area looks and steps out onto its own private garden area.
Situated on the East Lawn, E47 is a 2 storey lodge and is located alongside the large lawn area at the edge of the site, so is ideally positioned to watch the children play. Offering rooms with 1 Double Bed, and 2 Twin Beds (sleeping a total of 6 people).
Situated within the Walled Garden, E49 is a 2 storey lodge offering rooms with 1 Double Bed and 2 Twin Beds (sleeping a total of 6 people). The newest lodge to be built here at Trewince, and the second lodge within this development, the first guests came to stay in May of this year.
Visit our bookings page to check the latest availability for all lodges on site
This has been Cornwall’s showcase since it was first held back in 1793 and as you’d expect from a county show, a fascinating glimpse into rural life in the county. Apart from the livestock judging, there is the famous flower tent decked out with wonderful displays from individuals and local nurseries. The main ring offers a full three days of entertainment featuring different headline acts each year, plus show jumping and a fast and furious inter-hunt relay. There is also a full programme of entertainment and demonstrations in the countryside area, alongside Cornish heritage and Cornish wrestling. You’ll find busy marquees dedicated to goats and rare breeds, cage birds and poultry, bees and rabbits, there’s a major dog show, a traditional steam fair, the Cornwall Festival of Dance, forestry and if that’s not enough then there’s the motor fair, agricultural machinery, crafts, health and beauty … in fact, something for all the family. (Information provided by Visit Cornwall)
Trewince Holiday Lodges have been recognised for Superior Service
We’re thrilled to announce that Trewince Holiday Lodges have been selected for the 2016 Certificate of Excellence, reflecting the consistently great reviews that we’ve earned on TripAdvisor in the last year.
Now in it’s 6th year, the achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience.
The Certificate of Excellence accounts for the quality, quantity and recency of reviews submitted by travellers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period. To qualify, a business must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, have a minimum number of reviews and must have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months.
We would like to take the opportunity to thank all of our guests who have taken the time to leave a review for us and look forward to receiving and displaying our certificate very soon
28 May 2016 to 5 Jun 2016
Eden Project, half term fun – get involved in a huge celebration of game-playing for all ages. From traditional favourites to the latest ways to play, there’s something to get every member of the family discovering, debating, and creating.
The 2016 festival will take place in Cornwall’s most popular visitor destination from Monday, May 30th to Sunday, June 5th.
This fantastic 7 day festival is a not-for-profit community festival which encompasses over 150 events varying from music & drama, the arts & heritage to gig racing, swimming, walking & lots more.
The festival was established in 2006 and will be running for its 11th year in 2016. It’s a chance to embrace the places, people, history, culture, sport & industry that are connected by this very Cornish river.
With its diverse mix of events taking place at dozens of locations around the Fal River, the festival offers something for everyone and is the perfect opportunity to engage with life on the river and discover some of its fascinating history.
Each year more than 100,000 people attend a range of different events helping raise a whopping £75,000 for charity while enjoying 3,000 pints of ale, lager and cider!