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Julia is Cornish born and bred and, except for a university stint in Oxford, hasn’t strayed far from her beloved home county. She looks after Visit Cornwall’s media so has the enviable task of setting journalists up on fantastic trips around Cornwall or coming up with feature ideas. Away from the laptop, Julia can be found chasing her young daughter and cockapoo puppy around Cornwall, road testing the county's family and dog-friendly credentials.
With 20 years of experience working in the UK holiday industry, Gareth has spent the last eight years living and working in Cornwall where he has been able to simultaneously indulge his love of photography and the gorgeous Cornish landscape. He is passionate about the seascapes in this part of the world, and loves nothing more than spending time with his family on the South West coastal path.
South West Coast Path National Trail
Alex is the Communications and Projects officer for the South West Coast Path National Trail. She first became a big fan of Cornwall and its majestic coastline after three years of living in Falmouth while completing a degree in Journalism. After 10 years living and working in landlocked Nottingham, she finally returned to the region and landed the dream job of promoting the entire coastline of the South West.
Cornwall Regional Manager, cottages.com
Linda loves living in Cornwall where she combines her love of the land with her passion for property in her role as Regional Manager. Residing there has allowed her family to pursue their love of the sea and watersports, and her son Adam is currently a crew member on the Falmouth Lifeboat. One of Linda’s greatest passions involves regularly discovering beautiful hidden locations and visiting some of Cornwall’s hidden gems.