At the Cornwall Council stand at Royal Cornwall Show (on Thursday, Friday and Saturday), there’s information about services and initiatives - and visitors can share their reasons for loving the county.

Visitors can pop into a photo booth and share the things they love about Cornwall for use by the council in a future social media campaign.

There’ll be information on topics including waste and the environment, housing and planning, health and wellbeing, transport, culture and heritage. 

Council leader Adam Paynter said: ‘There will also be a chance to help keep Cornwall’s beaches plastic free by signing up for a two-minute beach clean. 

‘Kids can learn more about how we’re greening urban spaces by trying the seed-bomb pit and adults will be able to pick up free wildflower seeds.

‘Or you can hop on the Cornish Tick Box bus, pick up a Cornish passport and support the campaign for a Cornish tick box on the UK census.’

The Council’s stand will also feature story sessions with the Library Service for children and advice for adults on getting online and building digital skills.

There’s information on the Local Plan, how you can getting involved in planning decisions, proposals for a Forest for Cornwall and information about Changing Places fully accessible toilets.

Visitors can design a Cornish house and join in a You Decide vote on neighbourhood development.

Young people will be able to work with an artist to create art focusing on health and happiness that will be turned into street wall art after the event.

There’s information on tackling loneliness, how to be Sugar Smart and easy ways to get active, including the opportunity to sign up for a free gym or swim session. You can also download Handi-App, an app that gives parents advice on common childhood illnesses.

The Council and NHS partners, Cornwall 365, GWR, Sustrans, Suez, Biffa, Cornwall Sports Partnership, GLL and the Safer Cornwall Partnership will be at Stand 95.