Our eldest son David (13 years old) has used his blossoming artistic talents to produce a child’s eye view of Trevorrick Farm. The sketch isn’t to scale, but does give an idea of the extensive playing places for children to explore. We provide child friendly farm holidays for all ages.
Trevorrick Farm – Child friendly view by our eldest son
With a few anotations, this will later be reproduced on our website www.trevorrick.co.uk
Truro is the only city in Cornwall and what better way to explore it than when lit at night. On Wednesday 14th November 2012 this years festival will get under way with a theme of Kings and Queens.
We are passionate about conserving our beautiful environment. One further small step we have taken is to review our website hosting. We have now transferred our website to Kualo, which gives us many advantages including a hosting provider that uses 100% green energy. With some excellent support from Kualo, the transfer has been seamless. For further information see http://my.kualo.com/uk/go/00548/webhosting
You can now keep in touch with the Trevorrick Blog through your RSS Reader. The Blog (see www.trevorrick.co.uk/blog/) will be used far more in the future for photo galleries and the like for which it is ideally suited. To access the RSS feed, click on the icon to the left of the footer at www.trevorrick.co.uk/
The oyster dredging season has started on the Carrick Roads. To mark this, this weekend (11th – 14th October 2012 is the Falmouth Oyster festival. Plenty of local food, drink and live music to enjoy. For further details see http://www.falmouthoysterfestival.co.uk/
The Ice Rink at the Eden Project will be opening for the autumn of 2012 on 20th October. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wJDNw03kIc&feature=player_embedded for some of last years action.
This years Boscastle Food Arts and Crafts festival will be over the weekend of the 6th and 7th October. For further information see http://www.boscastlefestival.co.uk/
The 40th Cornwall Folk Festival will be held in Wadebridge from Friday 3rd August to Sunday 5th August, 2012. For further details see http://cornwallfolkfestival.com/
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We normally prefer to walk into Padstow as the views are stunning. Today we walked in across fields and onto the Camel Trail to see the Padstow – Rock swim.
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