Situated in the South-West of England and renown World-Wide for its beauty and charm Cornwall has everything to offer to even the most discerning of visitors or residents. Wild Moorlands, stunning scenery, rugged coastlines, chocolate box cottages and quaint villages to live there is a dream come true and to visit a blessing. The people that are lucky enough to dwell within this beautiful County tend to stay there, raise their families and grow old surrounded by the rivers, fields and beaches of their childhoods. Live in care Cornwall allows the more elderly residents to remain in their own beloved homes and live out the rest of their lives peacefully.
Recognised as one of the Celtic nations, Cornwall has its own unique dialect, culture and ethnicity. The Cornish Language died out as a spoken Mother tongue in the late eighteenth Century but has now been revived and since the nineteenth Century has been gaining momentum so that more and more enthusiasts are speaking it fluently again.
The ancient Flag and Banner of Cornwall is Saint Piran’s Flag and consists of a white cross on a black background. The unspoilt scenery and maritime history of Cornwall with its tales of Pirates and buried treasure brings an atmosphere of excitement and drama to the rugged cliffs and coastlines. Music and festivals, male voice choirs, brass bands and contemporary musicians are all part of the Cornish life so come and enjoy some time amongst the friendly locals.