Moving to Cornwall is life-changing in all senses. We believe our county is one of the best places in the world to live – and somewhere you can do something great for vulnerable children, families and adults in Cornwall.

Why here? Let’s start with the healthy lifestyle and fantastic outdoor opportunities. Cornwall offers miles of stunning landscape and variety of places to live, which range from cairn to cove. People here are free to spend their weekends exploring the countryside and numerous historical sites, as well as coastal towns like Newquay and Falmouth.

  • Move here, and you’ll be close to:
  • wild moorland landscapes
  • long and varied coastline
  • beautiful beaches with surfing opportunities
  • attractive villages
  • Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

All this, plus the mildest and sunniest climate in the UK.

Culture in Cornwall

Cornwall is well known for its thriving cultural scene, from the Tate Gallery in St Ives to the Newlyn School of Art and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden as well as numerous festivals to meet all interests and tastes. Our worldclass attractions include the Eden Project and the Minack Theatre.

We also enjoy a wide range of restaurants owned by world-famous chefs including Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth and John Torode. Cornish beer, cider and gin are also fast achieving worldwide recognition.

There are a number of great cafés and restaurants serving delicious food to suit all tastes all using local produce.

Community in Cornwall

Cornwall is one of the safest places to live in the country. Last year, Devon and Cornwall Police reported the second lowest crime rate across the country as a whole.

There are many beautiful towns and villages which boast fantastic homes as well as a true sense of community, and the opportunities of the region enables you to enjoy a unique home / work life balance. Property prices seem to be remaining strong despite Coronavirus and Brexit worries, and so buying property here is still considered to be a sound long-term investment, with housing stock to meet varied budgets.


Truro, the UK’s most Southerly city is a vibrant centre of shopping, culture and impressive architecture right in the heart of Cornwall. Truro and its surroundings offereverything from retail therapy, cultural and architectural delights, festivals and major events to beautiful countryside. From local markets and fairs to theatre productions and seasonal celebrations, there is always something going on in and around our great little city!