So this happened today following The Daily Mail’s idiocy!  http://metro.co.uk/2016/09/24/aidans-maidens-to-the-rescue-poldark-fans-defend-turner-after-flipping-out-claim-6150288/?ito=twitter So if you want the real #GossOnRoss with Karen Colam, tune in to The Debbie McRory show on BBC Radio Cornwall each Monday at 3.30pm . Sorry Liam, next post!! 

Yes, it’s official. We’re all mad! Admittedly, some madder than others but to a greater or lesser degree universally certifiable! I am of course referring to Aidan’s Maidens, a gorgeously bonkers group of women of varying ages but with a definite post menopausal bias.  Today we sat on a wall , well two walls actually…

It’s been a hectic year so far for Poldark’s Cornwall and our followers and now we can give you more of what you want.   So far in the filming of Poldark series 3 we have watched ( from a respectful distance) the cast on Holywell Beach, above Hawkers Cove near Padstow and more than…

We launch our new Poldark tours next week on Friday 7 August going from Falmouth and taking in most of the notable filming locations as well as heritage sites, mines, literary sites that inspired Winston Graham’s novels and lots of opportunities to shop for unique souvenirs and partake of Fine Cornish fare en route! Spaces…

Unusually for the annual carnival this year we had an evening completely unblighted by rain! Not so the rest of the weekend, but hey as Winston Graham said in book six “The Black Moon”; “The rain, so much a part of the Cornish spring (and summer, and autumn, and winter) had fallen incessantly all day…

Last night on Twitter’s @CornwallHour (7.30-8.30 every Wednesday) we tweeted an amazing aerial view of the iconic Headland hotel overlooking Newquay’s equally iconic Fistral Beach. That tweet is still being shared and favourited and with good reason! We decided today we should experience The Headland from a family perspective so we told the children we…

It seemed fitting today as the launch day of the website to visit some of our lovely businesses and to have a look at the immediate environs of the original Poldarks Cornwall, Perranporth.  One of my favourite coves is Trevellas Porth, where back in the 70s they filmed the opening credit sequence of the original…

Wandering down the hill into Charlestown harbour you’d be forgiven for feeling a little confused. A curious mixture of old and new the town has suddenly become a top tourist attraction thanks to Poldark, and yet it has held a starring role in so many productions over the years because of its unique positioning and…