1. Many towns and villages around Cornwall are still illuminated by their Christmas lights up until late on the 5th January. Enjoy the Christmas Lights in your area. Mousehole and Angarrack are just two of the spectacular displays. See details on our Christmas Lights page
2. Go for a walk, a cycle ride or a ride with your horse along one of Cornwall's multi-use trails or enjoy a lovely coastal walk (weather permitting). There are trails and walks in every area of Cornwall so choose one near you and have a great time. A perfect way to exercise away your New Year's festivities. See our lists of trails and walks on these pages: Cycling, Walking, Horse Riding
3. Don't forget to get out and about with your four-legged friends over the New Year period. From the 1st October each year almost all of Cornwall's beaches are dog friendly. Go along to your favourite beach and give your four-legged friend a wonderful time.
Don't forget the ball! Visit Dog Friendly Cornwall to see a list of all the beaches in Cornwall and their dog friendliness.
4. Have a great time joining in (or watching) the Annual New Year's Day Swim at 12pm at Newquay in North Cornwall or in the South East of Cornwall at 11am at East Looe Beach. See details in our What's On Diary.
5. Catch up with JollyRoger on tour in the Penzance area. Visit our What's On Diary for details.
6. Join a walk with one of the many walking groups in Cornwall including locations around Truro, Falmouth and Bodmin. Visit our What's On Diary for details of January's walks.
7. Enjoy a traditional pantomime at Chacewater where the Chacewater Players will be performing Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Visit our What's On Diary for details.
8. Join a beach clean at Boiler Beach, Whitsand Bay. Visit our What's On Diary for details.
9. In Truro, raise money for charity by taking part in a Scenic Car Tour around Mid Cornwall. In aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. See our What's On Diary for details.
10. 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. 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