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With crafts like ceramics, furniture making, textiles, printmaking and sculpture popular amongst locals and tourists, Cornwall’s craft industry is thriving.

This small fishing village on the south coast is home of the celebrated author Daphne Du Maurier and the setting of her most famous work 'Rebecca'. Utterly romantic and charming, the town is full of quality craftsmen; including independent gift & furniture shops, quirky little galleries, ice cream parlours and family-run pubs. Here you'll find Jo Downs' Homemade Glass, showcasing British designer Jo Downs' handcrafted work, inspired by the coastal setting of Cornwall. Her sought-after pieces include interior accessories, giftware, bowls, hangings, wall panels and art frames.
www.jodowns.com

Sourcing your own food is the modern foodie's dream, and Cornwall is one of the best places to fish, forage and hunt down your dinner. Visit the beautifully secluded Argal Reservoir near Falmouth to find elderberries, nettles and blackberries when in season, or fish for delicious rainbow trout at the lake. For super serious foraging fans, check out the The Wild Food Cookery School at Fat Hen, in West Cornwall. Here you can enrol onto courses or embark on Gourmet Wild Weekends to learn more about the craft with professional chefs, and to go into the wilds of West Cornwall to forage for herbs, vegetables, seeds, roots, fruits, seaweeds, fungi, flowers and nuts.
www.fathen.org/index.htm

Who said Italians do it better? Famous for scrumptious, organic ice cream, Roskilly's is a small, working Cornish Organic Farm, creating super tasty ice creams, fudge and yoghurts made using rich organic Jersey milk and cream for a truly indulgent flavour. They may be bonkers about ice cream, but Joe and Rachel ensure that time, knowledge, creativity and hard work are at the heart of what they do. Plus they work in traditional and sustainable ways and are focused on energy efficiency on the farm. Visit for free, take one of their trails, sample the ice cream and even stay at one of their cottages on the east side of the Lizard Peninsular.
www.roskillys.co.uk


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