NEW THINGS TO TRY THIS AUTUMN
Autumn provides the perfect time to learn something new - Fancy yourself as the gardening goddess or a mixologist able to shake up a few cocktails? Expand your horizons and your skills in one wild weekend in Cornwall...
1. Eat a cricket falafel at The Great Cornish Food Festival
The Great Cornish Food Festival, 23 Sep 2016 to 25 Sep 2016, Truro
The three-day extravaganza will see over 100 different food experts, chefs and producers gather to celebrate Cornwall’s beautiful bounty, and showcase why the county’s culinary delights have helped it gain a reputation as the UK’s No. 1 destination for great food and drink. Enjoy cookery demonstrations, workshops, food and drinks pairings.
2. Surf and shake at Fistral Beach
Learn how to surf with the Quiksilver surf school, and then hang out in the Fistral Beach Hotel bar shaking things up with a cocktail making session in the Bay Bar.
3. Get green fingers at the amazing Lost Gardens of Heligan
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- 2 Win a Stay at The Merchant's Yard, Tideswell in the Peak District
- 3 Devon coast to star in new Ainsley Harriott series on Channel 4
- 4 Two Norfolk spots to star in new Ainsley Harriott series on Channel 4
- 5 Top celebrity craft makers head for Devon festival
- 6 The mysterious lost ghost villages of Norfolk
- 7 5 reasons to move to the Peak District
- 8 4 fab places to dine in Devon
- 9 Waterfalls, Weirs and Cascades of the Peak District
- 10 Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday Celebrations in Hertfordshire
Craft floral arrangements; learn the art of onion stringing, Victorian vegetables and fruit gardening at the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Join a masterclasses or taster sessions at with the Heligan gardeners, local guest chefs and producers.
4. Learn wild butchery on the banks of the River Fal.
Embark on a two day wild butchery course with 7th Rise and Thom Hunt, the wild food chef from the TV show Three Hungry Boys’. Learn the crafts of knife selection and sharpening, and basic fish filleting skills before moving onto rabbit, pigeon, deer and pig.
5. Enjoy a guided coastal walk or catch a fish in Falmouth
Enjoy wild life watching or jump on board one of the many fishing trips out of the harbour. Cornwall’s coastal waters offer the perfect environment for pods of dolphins, groups of seals, basking sharks and whales.