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The fairy tale Jack the Giant Killer takes place in Cornwall. The main sports played in Cornwall are rugby , football and cricket. Athletes from Truro have done well in Olympic and Commonwealth Games fencing, winning several medals.
Surfing is popular, particularly with tourists, thousands of which take to the water throughout the summer months.
Some towns and villages have bowling clubs, and a wide variety of British sports are played throughout Cornwall. Cornwall is also one of the few places in England where shinty is played; the English Shinty Association is based in Penryn.
The Cornwall County Cricket Club plays as one of the minor counties of English cricket. Viewed as an "important identifier of ethnic affiliation", rugby union has become a sport strongly tied to notions of Cornishness.
In , sports journalist Alan Gibson made a direct connection between love of rugby in Cornwall and the ancient parish games of hurling and wrestling that existed for centuries before rugby officially began.
Cornish Wrestling is Cornwall's oldest sport and as Cornwall's native tradition it has travelled the world to places like Victoria, Australia and Grass Valley, California following the miners and gold rushes.
Cornish hurling now takes place at St. Columb Major , St Ives , and less frequently at Bodmin. Due to its long coastline, various maritime sports are popular in Cornwall, notably sailing and surfing.
International events in both are held in Cornwall. Cornwall hosted the Inter-Celtic Watersports Festival in Surfing in particular is very popular, as locations such as Bude and Newquay offer some of the best surf in the UK.
Pilot gig rowing has been popular for many years and the World championships takes place annually on the Isles of Scilly.
On 2 September , surfers at Polzeath beach set a new world record for the highest number of surfers riding the same wave as part of the Global Surf Challenge and part of a project called Earthwave to raise awareness about global warming.
As its population is comparatively small, and largely rural, Cornwall's contribution to British national sport in the United Kingdom has been limited;  the county's greatest successes have come in fencing.
In , half of the men's GB team fenced for Truro Fencing Club, and 3 Truro fencers appeared at the Olympics.
Cornwall has a strong culinary heritage. Surrounded on three sides by the sea amid fertile fishing grounds, Cornwall naturally has fresh seafood readily available; Newlyn is the largest fishing port in the UK by value of fish landed, and is known for its wide range of restaurants.
MasterChef host and founder of Smiths of Smithfield, John Torode , in purchased Seiners in Perranporth. One famous local fish dish is Stargazy pie , a fish-based pie in which the heads of the fish stick through the piecrust, as though "star-gazing".
The pie is cooked as part of traditional celebrations for Tom Bawcock's Eve , but is not generally eaten at any other time.
Cornwall is perhaps best known though for its pasties , a savoury dish made with pastry. Today's pasties usually contain a filling of beef steak, onion, potato and swede with salt and white pepper, but historically pasties had a variety of different fillings.
For instance, the licky pasty contained mostly leeks, and the herb pasty contained watercress, parsley, and shallots. Historically, pasties were also often made with sweet fillings such as jam, apple and blackberry, plums or cherries.
However, it is ideal for growing the rich grass required for dairying, leading to the production of Cornwall's other famous export, clotted cream.
This forms the basis for many local specialities including Cornish fudge and Cornish ice cream. Cornish clotted cream has Protected Geographical Status under EU law,  and cannot be made anywhere else.
Its principal manufacturer is A. Local cakes and desserts include Saffron cake , Cornish heavy hevva cake , Cornish fairings biscuits, figgy 'obbin, Cream tea and whortleberry pie.
There are also many types of beers brewed in Cornwall—those produced by Sharp's Brewery , Skinner's Brewery , Keltek Brewery and St Austell Brewery are the best known—including stouts , ales and other beer types.
There is some small scale production of wine, mead and cider. Cornwall is recognised by Cornish and Celtic political groups as one of six Celtic nations, alongside Brittany , Ireland, the Isle of Man , Scotland and Wales.
Cornwall Council consider Cornwall's unique cultural heritage and distinctiveness to be one of the area's major assets.
They see Cornwall's language, landscape, Celtic identity, political history, patterns of settlement, maritime tradition, industrial heritage, and non-conformist tradition, to be among the features making up its "distinctive" culture.
In the census, 7 per cent of people in Cornwall identified themselves as Cornish, rather than British or English. However, activists have argued that this underestimated the true number as there was no explicit "Cornish" option included in the official census form.
On 24 April it was announced that Cornish people have been granted minority status under the European Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities.
With the exception of the Isles of Scilly , Cornwall is governed by a unitary authority , Cornwall Council , based in Truro.
The Crown Court is based at the Courts of Justice in Truro. Magistrates' Courts are found in Truro but at a different location to the Crown Court and at Bodmin.
The Isles of Scilly form part of the ceremonial county of Cornwall,  and have, at times, been served by the same county administration. Since they have been administered by their own unitary authority , the Council of the Isles of Scilly.
They are grouped with Cornwall for other administrative purposes, such as the National Health Service and Devon and Cornwall Police.
Before reorganisation on 1 April , council functions throughout the rest of Cornwall were organised in two tiers, with Cornwall County Council and district councils for its six districts, Caradon , Carrick , Kerrier , North Cornwall , Penwith , and Restormel.
The first elections for the unitary authority were held on 4 June The council has seats; the largest party in is the Conservatives, with 46 seats.
The Liberal Democrats are the second-largest party, with 37 seats, with the Independents the third-largest grouping with Before the creation of the unitary council, the former county council had 82 seats, the majority of which were held by the Liberal Democrats, elected at the county council elections.
The six former districts had a total of council seats, and the groups with greatest numbers of councillors were Liberal Democrats, Conservatives and Independents.
Following a review by the Boundary Commission for England taking effect at the general election , Cornwall is divided into six county constituencies to elect MPs to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom.
Before the boundary changes Cornwall had five constituencies, all of which were won by Liberal Democrats at the general election.
In the general election Liberal Democrat candidates won three constituencies and Conservative candidates won three other constituencies.
At the general election all six Cornish seats were won by Conservative candidates; all these Conservative MPs retained their seats at the general election , and the Conservatives won all six constituencies again at the general election.
Until , Cornwall had 44 MPs—more than any other county—reflecting the importance of tin to the Crown. Cornish nationalists have organised into two political parties: Mebyon Kernow , formed in , and the Cornish Nationalist Party.
In addition to the political parties, there are various interest groups such as the Revived Cornish Stannary Parliament and the Celtic League. The Cornish Constitutional Convention was formed in as a cross-party organisation including representatives from the private, public and voluntary sectors to campaign for the creation of a Cornish Assembly ,   along the lines of the National Assembly for Wales , Northern Ireland Assembly and the Scottish Parliament.
Between 5 March and December , the campaign collected the signatures of 41, Cornish residents endorsing the call for a devolved assembly, along with 8, signatories from outside Cornwall.
The resulting petition was presented to the Prime Minister, Tony Blair. An additional political issue is the recognition of the Cornish people as a minority.
Cornwall is one of the poorest parts of the United Kingdom in terms of per capita GDP and average household incomes. At the same time, parts of the county, especially on the coast, have high house prices, driven up by demand from relatively wealthy retired people and second-home owners.
Historically mining of tin and later also of copper was important in the Cornish economy. The first reference to this appears to be by Pytheas: see above.
Julius Caesar was the last classical writer to mention the tin trade, which appears to have declined during the Roman occupation.
Other primary sector industries that have declined since the s include china clay production, fishing and farming.
Today, the Cornish economy depends heavily on its tourist industry, which makes up around a quarter of the economy.
The official measures of deprivation and poverty at district and 'sub-ward' level show that there is great variation in poverty and prosperity in Cornwall with some areas among the poorest in England and others among the top half in prosperity.
For example, the ranking of 32, sub-wards in England in the index of multiple deprivation ranged from th part of Penzance East to 30,th part of Saltash Burraton in Caradon , where the lower number represents the greater deprivation.
Cornwall is one of two UK areas designated as 'less developed regions' which qualify for Cohesion Policy grants from the European Union.
Surrounded on three sides by the English Channel and Celtic Sea , Cornwall has many miles of beaches and cliffs; the South West Coast Path follows a complete circuit of both coasts.
Other tourist attractions include moorland, country gardens, museums, historic and prehistoric sites, and wooded valleys. Five million tourists visit Cornwall each year, mostly drawn from within the UK.
Cornwall has a tourism-based seasonal economy. Newquay and Porthtowan are popular destinations for surfers. In recent years, the Eden Project near St Austell has been a major financial success, drawing one in eight of Cornwall's visitors in In the summer of , due to the recognition of its beaches and weather through social media and the marketing of travel companies, Cornwall received about 20 per cent more visitors than the usual 4.
The sudden rise and demand of tourism in Cornwall caused multiple traffic and safety issues in coastal areas. Other industries include fishing , although this has been significantly re-structured by EU fishing policies as of [update] the Southwest Handline Fishermen's Association has started to revive the fishing industry.
Agriculture, once an important part of the Cornish economy, has declined significantly relative to other industries. However, there is still a strong dairy industry, with products such as Cornish clotted cream.
Mining of tin and copper was also an industry, but today the derelict mine workings survive only as a World Heritage Site. Cornwall is the landing point for twenty-two of the world's fastest high-speed undersea and transatlantic fibre optic cables, making Cornwall an important hub within Europe's Internet infrastructure.
The county's newest industry is aviation: Newquay Airport is the only national and international airport west of Exeter, [ citation needed ] and is the home of a growing business park with Enterprise Zone status, known as Aerohub.
There are also plans to establish Spaceport Cornwall at Newquay, in partnership with Goonhilly satellite tracking station near Helston in south Cornwall.
Cornwall's population was , in the census , with a population density of people per square kilometre, ranking it 40th and 41st, respectively, [ clarification needed ] among the 47 counties of England.
Cornwall's population was At Cornwall has a relatively high retired population, with Cornwall has a comprehensive education system, with 31 state and eight independent secondary schools.
There are three further education colleges: Truro and Penwith College , Cornwall College and Callywith College which opened in September The Isles of Scilly only has one school, while the former Restormel district has the highest school population, and school year sizes are around , with none above Before the introduction of comprehensive schools there were a number of grammar schools and secondary modern schools, e.
There are also primary schools in many villages and towns: e. St Mabyn Church of England Primary School. Higher education is provided by Falmouth University , the University of Exeter including Camborne School of Mines , the Combined Universities in Cornwall , Truro College and Penwith College which combined in to make Truro and Penwith College and Cornwall College.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the county in England. For other uses, see Cornwall disambiguation.
It is not to be confused with Cornouaille. County of England. Ceremonial county in England. Ceremonial county. Main articles: History of Cornwall and Timeline of Cornish history.
See also: Dumnonia. Main article: Stannary law. Main articles: Cornish heraldry and Cornish corporate heraldry. Main articles: Geography of Cornwall and Geology of Cornwall.
Main article: Lizard complex. Main article: List of hills of Cornwall. See also: List of settlements in Cornwall by population and Transport in Cornwall.
See also: Flora and fauna of Cornwall. Main article: Culture of Cornwall. Further information: Languages of England. Main article: Cornish language.
Main articles: Cornish dialect and West Country English. Main article: Saint Piran's Flag. See also: Media in Cornwall.
Main article: Music of Cornwall. See also: Poldark and Winston Graham. Main article: Sport in Cornwall.
Main article: Rugby in Cornwall. Main article: Cornish cuisine. Main article: Politics of Cornwall. Further information: Cornish nationalism.
Main article: Economy of Cornwall. Main article: Mining in Cornwall. See also: Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape. Main articles: Demography of Cornwall and List of settlements in Cornwall by population.
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