Cornish Tree Treat.

Cornish Tree Treat

11am – 4pm Tuesday June 1st 2010

Woodland Valley Farm, Ladock.

With Great Trees of Cornwall – Gwydh Meur a Gernow.

A fun day for all the family to celebrate Cornwall’s Great Trees;

collect the free learning resources for schools and youth groups

Fun activities for all ages:

• Tree hunts and landscape trails

• Tree art and exhibitions

• Story-telling with Will Coleman

• Guess the age of the trees

• Try tree-hugging

• Wood working and tree advice stands

• Campfires, entertainment and refreshments

For further details:

(T) 01208 265276 / 07817 866105

Mylor Harbourside competition

Mylor Harbourside holidays are offering all our customers, old and new, the chance to win a luxury spring break for 2011 in one of our apartments for up to six people.

There will be one prize for each category.  The prize includes a short break or a week in our self catering accommodation-the ” One man/woman and their dog” category prize being in a dog friendly apartment so they can come too!

To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize all you have to do is take a photo of Mylor.  Easy!

Full details on how to enter can be found here

Budock Vean 10 Year Celebration Package

budock-veanTo celebrate the 10 year anniversary since Martin and Amanda Barlow took over the running of the Budock Vean we would like to offer you our special Celebration Offer!

Enjoy a three night break from Monday 15th February to Thursday 4th March 2010 at a very special price and enjoy
Complimentary Louis Dornier champagne in your room on arrival
Complimentary Trebah tickets
£213 per person per break, dinner, bed and breakfast, in standard room accommodation
£252 per person per break, dinner, bed and breakfast, in superior room accommodation

Check it out HERE

Climategate leaker finally revealed?

The Guardian seems to think it has found the identity of the Climategate leaker:
A scientist at the University of East Anglia has been questioned by detectives ­investigating how controversial emails were leaked from the campus’s climate research unit.

Norfolk police have interviewed and taken a formal statement from Paul Dennis, 54, another climate researcher who heads an adjacent laboratory.

The leaked emails from the head of the unit, Professor Phil Jones, surfaced just before the Copenhagen conference in December and caused a furore because they suggested that data which did not support theories of global warming was being deliberately withheld. Dennis denies leaking the material.

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