With the tail end of Storm Ciara heading out of Cornwall, we’re taking a breather in between this wild and windy weather to look at all the amazing things to do in Cornwall during half term next week! From the beautiful Radical Botany art exhibition at the Eden Project, through to the Love Nature week of wildlife fun at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, there is something for everyone.
Head to Paradise Park near Hayle during half-term to find out who can fly underwater, which animals can juggle and many more superhero animals.
Let your imagination and creatitivity loose in this wonderful Naum Gabo inspired workshop at the Tate St Ives. Take your creations away with you or stay and play with your newly made toys.
Also showing at the Tate is a fabulous film and installation by Emily Speed, exploring and reflecting upon the fact that buildings have traditionally been built for men.
Immerse yourself and your senses in The Lost Garden of Heligan’s wonderful Love Nature week. From sensory trails to wildlife spotting activities, find out about the biodiversity of huge array of wildlife inhabitants at Heligan.
Can you tell a sparrow from a swallow? Do you know what the best time of day to hear a bird call is? And what on earth do owls eat? Pop along to the Brilliant Birds trail around the Lanhydrock garden this February half-term to find out.
Join the team at Potager Garden for a wonderful three course Japanese feast on 28th February, but hurry there’s only a few tickets left.
Head to Watchful Mary’s on Watergate Bay for their Open Air Pizza, keep an eye on their Instagram for further details. Also taking place at Watchful Mary’s on 27 February is Sprout Spoken, an open mic night of poetry and storytelling.
Join the amazing Nature Bugs at Potager Garden for a half term special making seed bombs and other fantastic spring crafts. Make sure you book in advance.