Would you believe it? It’s been a whole year since we opened our doors at the Seasalt Rock Shop. The team sent through some lovely piccies of the shop bedecked in birthday decorations – and customers celebrated with us with fizz from Polgoon Vineyard, pasties from Chough Bakery, fudge from Buttermilk Confections and flowers by Elaine at Flowers from Bruallen. We hope you all had a lovely time and saved us a slice of cake!
As part of our count down to Christmas we’ve decided to give the festivities a Cornish spin, with a few little tips, some tall stories and a dash of local legend to warm you up for the big day… This is Day 12…
We have a brilliant team of window designers who spend the entire year dreaming up fantastical plans for our window displays. And Christmas has to be the pinnacle in their window dressing year. It’s a full blown opportunity to deck the sills with all manner of festive treats and give shoppers a sparklin’ display in the build up to the big day.
Our lovely window dressers have taken pity on the humble scarecrows this month, wrapping them up in the latest Seasalt warmers and giving them a front row seat in our shop windows, ready for the 5th of November displays. Read the rest of this entry »
This position has now been filled. Thanks to everyone who expressed an interest.
YHA Lizard Point, one of the most southerly buildings in England. In a former Victorian hotel the location means there are fabulous sea views, beachcombing and cliff walking.
If you fancy getting away from it all then you are in luck – we have a weekend break in Cornwall for four people to give away from our lovely friends at YHA.
Moosk – the boat Joseph will be sailing on. Photocredit: tallshipstock.com
A couple of months ago Joseph Riou got in touch with us to see if we could help him with his summer adventure plans! He will be sailing on board a boat called Moosk to take part in the Tall Ships Race 2012 and as one of us here at Seasalt HQ took part in the Tall Ships Race in 2008 from Falmouth to Portugal we have first hand knowledge of just how chilly it can get on night watch!