2. Visit St Ives on its Feast Monday, 6th February, to enjoy the ancient custom of the Hurling of the Silver Ball. See details in our What's On Diary
3. At St Columb Major on the 28th February, Shrove Tuesday, an unusual tradition is enacted. Very different in nature from the hurling at St Ives, St Columb's event involves two teams competing for the silver ball in a game which takes place through the streets of St Columb Major. See details in our What's On Diary
4. Help the Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network on one of their clear ups, keeping one of the Land's End peninsula's archaeological sites in a good state for visitors. There is only one clear up every month. February's location is Madron Well and Baptistry. See our What's On Diary for details.
5. Valentine's Day on February 14th is the perfect reason for you and your loved one to enjoy a romantic meal at one of our featured pubs and restaurants:
Admiral Benbow, Penzance
Bowgie Inn, Crantock
Logan Rock Inn, Treen, St Levan
Queens Arms, Botallack
The Bay, Hotel Penzance
6. Visit Mawgan Church Daffodil Festival between the 18th and 20th February. Over 7000 daffodils in the church and more for sale
Displays of art and craft plus music, including bell-ringing and singing. Mawgan in Meneage, Lizard Peninsula. Check our What's On Diary for details
7. Enjoy a day of helping the Cornwall Wildlife Trust coppicing on Red Moor and you can take home any firewood you cut. See details in our What's On Diary
9. Take a Rockpool Ramble at Looe during half term with the Looe Marine Conservation Group. Check our What's On Diary for details.
10. Join the monthly beach clean at South Fistral, Newquay and protect your natural environment. See details in our What's On Diary
Things to do
Maps of Cornwall :
The Ordnance Survey publishes the Explorer series of maps which are
ideal for walkers.
Scale 1 : 25 000
2.5 inches to 1 mile /
4cm to 1km.
Available in local bookshops or click on the links below to order online.
Those covering Cornwall:
Map of Isles of Scilly:101 Isles of Scilly
For more information: www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk