Meet the Seasalt Bloggers

We would like to introduce the voices behind the Seasalt Blog.

Whether they are announcing new products, shouting out about life in Cornwall or simply describing things they are passionate about our bloggers have a lot to say.

Sian Pickles

Seasalt Blogger Sian Pickles My favourite Cornish place… Kennel Vale in Ponsanooth is amazing – a hidden dingley dell, where nature has taken hold over an old gunpowder works. Luscious and green, with lots of streams and waterfalls.
When it’s time to relax…A barbecue at Trevellas Cove – a rocky little beach to the east of St. Agnes. Dog friendly all year and always quiet.
My must have Seasalt product…The Mariner Shirt of course – perfect attire for rowing on the Carrick Roads.

Aurora Bullock

1044527_10151438371406020_403392534_n My favourite Cornish place… Godreavy is always a great place for some dramatic scenery rain or shine. Perfect for a surf or a long walk down the golden sands. 
When it’s time to relax…You will usually find me in chasing the sun in Flushing for a beautiful view of the sun setting over Falmouth.
My must have Seasalt product… Jute bag!! I personally can’t find anything better for carrying picnics or towels for days at the beaches!

Rosie Stevenson

Seasalt Blogger Rosie Stevenson My favourite Cornish place… Loe Beach in my home village of Feock. A stunning view all the way down the Carrick Roads and out to sea and a great place to put my kayak in the water and go for a paddle. Roll on next summer when The Pandora Inn is back in action and I can kayak round for a crab sandwich and Pimms on the pontoon.
When it’s time to relax…You’ll find me hiking on the Cornish coastpath taking in the gorgeous views and working up a few blisters on my baby toes. Currently trying to make it all the way round and we have a long way left to go!
My must have Seasalt product… I have two that I can’t choose between! Handybands, for keeping those annoying bits of hair out of my eyes in our inevitably windy county and the famous Seasalt fluffies for keeping my toes warm when sailing!

Becky Webber

becky My favourite Cornish place… It would have be Trebarwith Strand. I’ve spent many summer evenings there with my lovely family, climbing the rocks to the beach and eating plenty of Cornish treats!
When it’s time to relax…You will either find me attempting to bake some tasty cakes or exploring new coves and beaches I’ve never visited before.
My must have Seasalt product… The amazingly soft Sailor Socks. They are perfect for keeping my toes nice and cosy. 

Matt Johnson

Seasalt Blogger Matt Johnson My favourite Cornish place…Top of Godolphin Hill
When it’s time to relax…I like watching movies in Falmouth cinema
My must have Seasalt product…Fluffies socks are de rigeur loungewear round my house!