Music was good in the nineties. We had platform trainers, choker necklaces and Britpop battles between Blur and Oasis. But that isn’t all. We’re not talking about the Spice Girls, Steps and S Club Seven, we’re talking about something moodier, something dirtier something with attitude.
We’re talking Grunge.
Bands like Garbage, Ash, Elastica and Feeder took inspiration from Grunge forefathers … Click to read
The internet is a wonderful place. Yes all the world’s problems today seem to be blamed on the invisible internet beast but we think that’s more a user problem.
The internet itself is just brilliant… where else can you find endless pictures of cats doing funny things?
Where will any picture of you doing something regretful ever end up?
Where … Click to read
Mick Fanning was already pretty legendary, but since he punched a shark he has been elevated to god status.
The thing is, surfers world wide have reported encounters such as his since time began. The difference is, we know his story to be true thanks to the wonder of film.
So although shark attacks are rare, especially off the … Click to read
Be safe on the beach people. Simple as.
Nothing ruins a good holiday like a scary sea experience so know your flags.
Flags aren’t just decorative items erected to make our beaches look a bit more cheerful. They serve a vital purpose; to inform beach goers of what’s what.
Red & Yellow – Our favourite flag is the red and … Click to read
Ever fancied a Ginger Tosser? Some of you look like you’d enjoy a Pheasant Plucker and others amongst you would benefit from discovering the Beast of Bodmin. We’re not being rude. Nor are we delving into the dark secrets of your love life. We are of course talking about some of the delicious Ales you can try at The Bowgie … Click to read
On Saturday 5th September 2015, join the Memorial Walk for Joy Robinson and Jane Longden in support of Cornwall Hospice Care.
Jane and Joy were great friends who met in the early 90’s, when Jane moved to Cornwall. Joy, Crantock born and bred, pillar of the community, editor of Crantock Parish Mag, Captain of St Carantoc Bell Tower. She was … Click to read
That’s what most people seem to be saying when they see the live music line up for the Bowgie Inn Ale & Cider Festival on the 28th – 31st August.
It’s not really surprising when you see the bands we’ve booked to entertain you as you chow down on a pasty and knock back a pint of … Click to read