Enys Gardens Bluebell Festival

If you are visiting Penryn during the season of the famous Enys Garden bluebell festival in May then you must spend some time appreciating one of Cornwall’s oldest gardens. As far back as the early eighteenth Century Enys was acknowledged in the Magna Britania for it’s fine gardens, which suggests the gardens were already well established. […]


Postcards from Visit Penryn Competition!

If I had a pound for every time someone new to town or passing through has said to me, ‘I never realised how lovely Penryn really is’, I would undoubtedly be able to buy each shop window and fill them with all the wonderful reasons the town is so special and why everyone should Visit […]


Muddy Beach Path Closed Due to Landslide

The popular coastal footpath from St Gluvias Church down to Muddy beach and on to Flushing has been closed for, ’21 days’, due to landslides. Several points along the footpath have become obviously unstable with several other areas completely collapsed. Boat owners who are moored below over hanging trees have been advised to find alternative […]


BF Adventure Santa Challenge

Cornish charity and activity centre BF Adventure called in to help the North Pole  BF Adventure, which helps disadvantaged and disabled young people and adults at its activity centre at Goodygrane near Penryn and across the county, is getting in the Christmas spirit early this year as the North Pole has asked us to run […]