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March Scribblings: Great news out of south east Cornwall - Dart PR
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March Scribblings: Great news out of south east Cornwall

March 2018: This month’s wins, recommendations and happenings…


This month has seen us start working with another new client, Wild Futures, the leading primate welfare charity which runs The Monkey Sanctuary in Looe.  Focusing on activity via Facebook, we’ll be driving a digital campaign to find and engage with new audiences whilst also keeping the conversation going with anyone who’s visited the website.

In the press…

Colwith Farm Distillery has been in the spotlight this month in the build up to the launch of tours of the new visitor centre. Coverage has appeared in the likes of Cornwall Today and the Cornish Times as well as on Cornwall Live and Business Cornwall.

Meanwhile the news of the launch of new group tours and Discover England funding for Visit Dartmoor has led to great coverage. From Devon Live to travel trade titles Travel GBI and Group Tourism & Travel magazine.

Cornwall Today March coverage


We were treated to a behind the scenes tour of the organic 120-acre farm, kitchen and brewery being developed at Crocadon near St Mellion by Dan Cox. Formerly executive chef at Fera at Claridge’s in London, the entrepreneurial chef seems quite at home on a Cornish farm.

From his carefully crafted stone, oak and concrete kitchen that’s now taking shape – by his own hands – to growing produce and hanging game, even a spot of pottery, Dan is creating something very special in the heart of the Tamar Valley. We couldn’t be more excited.

Crocadon Farm, credit Dan Cox


A talk by Cornwall Wildlife Trust at the South East Cornwall Tourism show in Polperro shone a light on marine plastics and Looe’s bid to go plastic-free.

Malcolm Bell spoke about Visit Cornwall’s latest campaigns to attract visitors to the county and Greg Spence from the South East Cornwall Tourism Association announced their bid to attract more people to holiday for longer in the region.

It was also great to hear from Mike Turner of the Six O’Clock Club with insights on Facebook Events and the Facebook Local app.