BinTwo the local wine merchant, offers a wide selection of winesBodmin Jail
Bodmin Jail an all weather, family attraction, that includes a licensed bar and restaurant, covered courtyard, with a Civil and Naval Prison housing a museum within its walls split over three levels. It was the last County Jail in Cornwall, eventually closing in 1927. The Jail now sits at the start of the famous Camel Trail and is the perfect alternative day out.Camel Valley Vineyard Chough Bakery Restaurant No 6 Rojanos The Merrymoor
We deliver quality bike hire to your guests accommodation starting at £15 for an adult bike for 24hrs. We have family, touring and road bikes available all year round.Harlyn Surf School
Learn to surf with a British Surfing Association approved surf school, the Harlyn Surf School. For exclusive Private and Group Surfing Lessons suitable for all ages and abilities.National Trust
Gardens hosted by the National Trust such as Lanhydrock, Cotehele,Trerice, Trelissick, Glendurgan and TregwaintonPencarrow Garden The Lost Gardens of Heligan Trebah Gardens Trevarno Gardens
Adrian Langdon is a local photographer living in the area, specialising in Wildlife, travel and sport photography. A lovely website to visit.Bodmin Badminton Club
Bodmin Netball Club provides a safe and fun environment for both junior and seniors to participate in netball in Cornwall. Bodmin Netball Club prides itself on being a friendly club which welcomes new members whether you want to play competitively or just for fun. We currently have 45 senior members and 50 junior members and continue to grow.CRW
Cole, Rayment and White are the longest established independent Estate Agents in Padstow. Whilst many Agents claim to specialise in this beautiful and unique area of North Cornwall, CRW is the only firm with branches in Camelford, Padstow, Rock and Wadebridge. All offices are overseen by a Senior Partner and many of the personnel have been with CRW for years ensuring continuity and great local knowledge which is essential and all too rare in Estate Agency.Frixo
Road travel reporting.Our Cornwall
Our Cornwall - the definitive guide to Cornwall!Porthcothan Bay Stores
Emma and Barney welcome you to Porthcothan Bay Stores. The shop is located right in the centre of the village between the road (B3276) and the beach.
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Reg Hambly Westinsure, Wadebridge, are independent Insurance Brokers dealing in all Classes of Commercial and Personal Insurance. The business was established in 1989 in Camelford and expanded to Wadebridge in 1996, now operating from both sites servicing the needs of our 2500 clients in North Cornwall and beyond. Reg Hambly Westinsure have schemes available for Household, Holiday Homes and Motor insurance and can provide instant quotations and cover.Rock Flowers
Hand grown and tended with love our south facing gently sloping land near the North Cornish coast provides the ideal growing conditions for our cutting garden. Our Flowers are grown naturally outside in the soil with out the need for chemicals creating a healthy nature haven for a whole host of native wildlife.We love supplying local homes, businesses and holiday homes with our flowers. Please contact us to discuss your needs. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 079646 30498Rosemary Links
A collection of Cornish links which are both useful and idiosyncratic to a visitor to Cornwall.Trelawney Garden Centre
The result of over 30 years hard work now offers customers an all weather themed shopping experience inspired by the Southern railway which steamed through the site in the early part of the last century. 3 fantastic shopping platforms are loaded with just about everything you could need to tend for your garden, high quality garden furniture, barbecues and a range of giftware to suit all occasions. There is also a restaurant to provide refreshment while having a break from shopping and an adventure playground to give the children lots to do and keep them happy.Wadebridge Camels RFC
One of our local rugby teams - Wadebridge Camels were formed in 1955 and played their home games at Bodieve on the outskirts of Wadebridge next to the town's football pitch. In the 80's the club moved to a new ground at Egloshayle called the Molesworth Field. This was on land originally reclaimed from the marshes of the River Camel which runs alongside the ground and from which the team get their name.
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