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SPEAK CORNISH WEEK / SEYTHEN KEWSEL KERNEWEK

Speak Cornish Week is back and to celebrate we thought we’d share some phrases to try when you visit Cornwall this summer. Holyewgh an Howl. Holyewgh agas kolonn | Follow […]

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GET BY IN CORNISH: ESSENTIAL BANK HOLIDAY PHRASES

It’s a beautiful language and the number of people speaking it again is growing rapidly every year, thanks to organisations like MAGA. If you’re coming to Cornwall, or you’re lucky enough […]

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Top Tips for crabbing off the quayside

Ah crabbing, a classic seaside past-time. Some of the LMF team’s fondest childhood memories include crabbing on the Cornish coastline until the sun sets and it’s time to go home. […]

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10 things to do in Looe

Magnificent walks, delicious food, something more adventurous or the chance to idle away an hour on the beach there’s plenty to do in Looe if you’re visiting for the weekend […]

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EXPLORE WEST LOOE

With the main town in East Looe we often forget to go exploring over the bridge but here’s just a few reasons why everyone should cross the river. Catch the […]

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5 glorious walks you can do from Looe

Grab your walking boots and get ready to explore Cornwall from Looe. Whether you want to ramble for the day and explore the Cornish coastline or prefer to head in […]

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CORNISH CHRISTMAS GREETINGS

If you’re sending greetings cards to friends and family why not try your hand at writing them in Cornish? Here are a few phrases to help you craft the perfect […]

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Speak Cornish Week / Seythen Kewsel Kernewek

Encouraging everyone to celebrate our county’s linguistic heritage, Speak Cornish Week is back – here’s how you can get involved. 1. Phrases to try The theme for this year is […]

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8 reasons to visit Looe

The Food Looe is bursting with restaurants and food shops. From Cornish cream teas and traditional pasties to freshly caught seafood and Tanner Brother fish and chips, you’ll find something […]

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Spring Arrives in Looe!

This week we welcomed in Spring with open arms. Soon, the sun will be back in the sky, shining down on us and the days will bring us more sunshine […]

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The Cornish Language

Dydh da! / Hello! Here in Cornwall we are lucky enough to have our own language but you’d be forgiven for not knowing that. The last person who spoke Cornish […]

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The Legend of St. Piran

Legend has it that St. Piran, the patron saint of Cornwall, landed on the sandy shores of Perranporth after being banished by the Irish king, who was suspicious of his […]

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Are you Fisherman enough or is it mission impossible?

We’re very excited to be support fellow charity The Fishermen’s Mission on the launch of  their Looe Fire Walk and challenge you to take part. Conquer the coals and walk across […]

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A Cornish Getaway

Cornwall, one of the nation’s favourite locations for a traditional seaside holiday. Beaches, pasties, ice cream, boat trips… We could go on all day. Perhaps one of the most intriguing […]

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Plan your weekend getaway to Looe

Cornish getaways – it’s all about getting the family together, enjoying delicious food and maybe even slowing down a little. With the days getting longer and the nights warmer, we say […]

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Christmas in Looe

Well, where did 2016 go? One minute we’re on the beach singing our hearts out under the September sun and the next we’re wrapping up warm and preparing ourselves for […]

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Location, location, location

AT THE HEART OF OUR COMMUNITY We can categorically confirm that we are FULLY committed to keeping the festival in town, on the beach, and at the heart of our […]

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