How many Cornish Pisky Pals could you find?

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Those of you who received our Summer newsletter may remember we included a photo of Cornish Pisky Pals hiding among hydrangeas. How many Piskies could you find?

The below Cornish Pisky Pals all enjoyed hiding in the summer newsletter photo.

Koska, named after the Cornish word for sleep was sleeping soundly among the flowers.

Izzy, dressed in shades of purple is feeling very pleased with herself to have hidden so well.

Sam, our farming Cornish Pisky Pal was enjoying a much needed rest after an early start to the working day.

Katie, dressed in pink was pleased to hide in a colour co-ordinated flower.

Hero, managed to hide the colours of the rainbow.

Ailla, named after the Cornish word for most beautiful, enjoyed hiding in such a beautiful place.

Demelza discovered hydrangea flower to bounce rather well and enjoyed trampolining.

If you found seven Cornish Pisky Pals hiding, well done!

Cornish Pisky Pals in Coverack during the Summer holidays

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There are lots of ways to enjoy piskies this summer. If you are lucky enough to be in the West of Cornwall we have two different Pisky Trails in Coverack Village, the first is available daily from 15th July until 10th August. The Piskies then regroup, some have their own summer holiday, others are out hiding in different places in Coverack every day from 12th August until 6th September 2021 for the late Summer Pisky Trail.

You can buy your Pisky Trail (£2.50) from Coverack Village Stores or The Old Mill Shop in Coverack, this will guide you to the piskies hiding in the Village. No need to book, complete the Pisky Trail in your own time, space and pace! All piskies are behind glass and we ask you don’t touch the area around the pisky to help keep everyone safe.

Our Cornish Pisky Pal Summer newsletter is now available, those of you who have signed up for our newsletter you should have received it this week, please let us know if you have not.

The newsletter updates you on our two new Cornish Pisky Pals. Steren is our new little Cornish Pisky Pal for 2021. Steren is the Cornish word for star, thank you to Sally who suggested the name on Instagram. Dressed in Teal and Purple, Steren loves the night sky!

‘Hope’ is a limited edition Pisky, dressed in Rainbow colours, starting with red shoes and finished with a purple hat. Just one batch of these little Piskies has been made and when they are gone they are gone, our stock is down to single figures now! (Hero was a new Cornish Pisky Pal from 2020 who is also dressed in rainbow colours but in a different order. Starting with purple shoes and finished with a red hat!). Hope is only available from our website and Pisky HQ.

Through the Summer, Pisky H.Q. will be open by request to buy Pisky products. We have made some safety alterations to keep us all as safe as possible, transactions will take place in the under cover area outside Pisky H.Q. Our complete range of Pisky products are available: from every little Pisky character, Pisky book, pisky accessories and much more!  Please get in touch to arrange a mutually convenient time to visit Pisky HQ., situated near Coverack on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall.

Our Summer newsletter includes a photo of some Piskies hiding in hydrangea flowers, obviously we are not going to tell you just yet how many Piskies are hiding! However our next blog will give you the answer. Our Pisky story reveals one of the Piskies favorite summer fruits.

Piskies at half term

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There are lots of ways to enjoy piskies this half term. If you are luck enough to be in the West of Cornwall we have a Pisky Trail in Coverack Village that is available daily until 2nd November 2020. Buy your Pisky Trail (£2.50) from Coverack Village Stores or The Old Mill Shop in Coverack, this will guide you to the piskies hiding in the Village. No need to book, complete the Pisky Trail in your own time, space and social bubble! All piskies are behind glass and we ask you don’t touch the area around the pisky to help keep everyone safe.

Our Cornish Pisky Pal Autumn/Winter newsletter is now available, those of you who have signed up for our newsletter should have received it this week.

The newsletter introduces our new Festive Pisky called Nadelik the Cornish word for Christmas, thanks to one of our Facebook friends Maria for the name suggestion. A Festive Pisky has a loop so it can be used as a decoration and a bit of sparkle to add to that festive feel. Nadelik is dressed in Teal and has a mint coloured collar and sparkle edge to their tunic. Nadelik, and all our Cornish Pisky Pals are available to buy from our website so wherever you are in the world you can enjoy a little bit of Cornwall in your home.

The newsletter also includes a Pisky wordsearch and Pisky story, that describes how Cornish Piskies manage the darker evenings with the help of glow in the dark lights !

Our newsletter will soon be available to download for free from our website, if you can’t wait please contact us and we will email a newsletter to you.

Thank you to everyone who completed Coverack Village Christmas Pisky Trail

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The Coverack Village Pisky Trail has now ended, one lucky Pisky Trailer has had their Pisky Trail pulled from the magic Pisky box and is the lucky winner of their very own Cornish Pisky Pal!

Here is a nostalgic look at some of those mischievous Cornish Pisky Pals in hiding, they loved the festive theme of their hiding places for this Pisky Trail!

Pisky Trail fun over May half term

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Thank you to everyone who took part in one of our Pisky Trails, either in Coverack Village or at Roskilly’s Farm, St Keverne. We had lots of participants, with many of you enjoying both Pisky Trails!

Here are a few photos of some happy participants on our Pisky Trail in Coverack making happy memories, as you can see it really is fun for all ages!

If you have some photographs from participating in one of our Pisky Trails that you’d be happy to let us share on our website or social media, please send them to us!

Look here for dates and details of future Pisky trails