Bosvigo gardens are unusual as unlike many gardens in Cornwall their owner, Wendy who has lived in Bosvigo since 1969, designed and created the gardens with summer in mind,
An oasis of green in the centre of our Great Little City.
If you want to get out and about and blow away the cob webs then why not follow one of the Wildings Walks that we featured on our Facebook page in Autumn. Or you could discover a Truro Park and watch nature come back to life.
Our local gardens are continuing to share what is in bloom, or looking back. Take a look at our links for an armchair tour of your favourite Cornish Gardens.
A family friendly play park near the Viaduct, just a short walk from the city centre. Please follow the guidance posted at this site to help us use this space safely.
A small gallery in the centre of Truro offering unique quirky paintings, prints, cards & furniture with a love theme and an environmental ethos. Facilities and Access
Porthcurno to Pedn Vounder to Porthgwarra, this 4 mile ‘there and back’ walk explores some of Cornwall’s most south-westerly coves and headlands and is steeped with heritage and history along the way.
Friendly Squash & Racketball Club
Visit the oldest gardens in Cornwall that was previously owned by Robert de Enys during the reign of Edward I. Go and visit the unusual plants that have been brought back across the world.
Truro to St. Clement to Malpas circular walk, taking in Truro’s spectacular river, our secret hamlet of St.