Loved by holidaymakers, artists, writers and locals, there's much more to Cornwall than meets the eye. In this book, you can discover more about the many fascinating aspects that make Kernow the place it is today. Just what are its connections with King Arthur and why is it assoociated with a certain type of bird? What is a great recipe for a Cornish pasty and which intriguing ancient customs are still practised in Cornwall to this day?
In this book you can learn about the local dialect and its history. You can also discover some of the many ghostly tales and curious legends that are still told about Cornwall. So, whether you're new to Cornwall or just ready to explore it in a little more detail, Bradwell's Book of Cornwall has something for everyone.
- 80 pages