Last year, I visited Penzance for the Telegraph to write and photograph its path to optimism as a destination for tourists and as a place to live, profiling some of the excellent and inspiring businesses working at the far end of the country.
Last weekend, we decided a little adventure was required. Winter walking in the Peak District is easy, and thanks to the proximity of the High Peak District to major towns in the area, as well as Sheffield and Manchester, it was an obvious place to head. Peak District winter walks can take you to some […]
I made a short 3 minute drone video flying around my home town of Hayle, using the new PowerEgg X drone.
If you’re looking to take have some Outer Hebridean adventures in 2020, you’d be mad to miss Barra. In this article, I talk a bit about my experience on the island, where to stay, where to eat, what to look out for and a few activitiy recommendations.
Each summer, I yearn to get back to the islands. Around June or July feels like the best time to be in the Isles of Scilly, with warm weather, calm seas and winds and fewer people before the tourist rush when the school term breaks up.
For the February 2020 edition of Coast magazine, I travelled to the small island of Eilean Shona in Scotland, spending time in the down-season reflecting on time by the sea and its mental restorative benefits. I walked, swam and went out in the water in a Canadian canoe to experience the best of what small island life in Scotland can bring.
It’s the perfect time of year to start some winter walking on Dartmoor. The evenings are slowly getting longer, the weather is warming up and the impression that spring is just around the corner is tangible.
My latest article in February 2020 edition of Coast magazine is out now.
I started January with a brisk walk along Offa’s Dye in Monmouthshire. Here are somer photos – the walk is available on OS, and the link is provided in the article.
Sitting at the end of the train line and acting as the gateway to the ‘wild west’ of Cornwall, Penzance has seen its share of changing times over the years. But the town is modernising at a pace, with the recent announcement that it will be receiving a share of the Government’s £655 million high street fund to help regeneration.