Phil Starkey’s views of Cornwall in Winter

I have lived in Cornwall for twenty six years after moving down from Cambridgeshire as a child with my family. We moved to the most southerly tip possible, The Lizard peninsula and to The Lizard village itself. To say that for the majority of the winter you couldn’t see the coastline for fog is rather an understatement, but when it was clearer it was quite something. I used to be able to walk from my house to the ever popular Kynance Cove and sit on the cliff tops, watching the huge waves batter the rocks in storms, golden light fall over the cove itself at the end of the day, and watch the wide range of beautiful wildlife there. From Peregrines and other wonderful birds, to Seals and even the odd Whale out to sea if you were lucky. I […]