Note: Bird (noun/slang/Cornish colloquial ) A familiar term for a female friend or relation.
Hi, my name is Elizabeth Dale and I am a Cornish freelance writer and blogger. I was born on a farm near Falmouth and I can trace my family tree in Cornwall all the way back to 1550. And I am more than a little proud of that heritage.
I spent 9 years travelling the world, visiting more than 50 countries. But when I came home I realised that some of the best stories and most beautiful sunsets are found right on my doorstep in Cornwall. I wanted to share that with visitors and locals alike, so the Cornish Bird Blog was born!
Part of my aim has always been to preserve local heritage and our cultural history. To tell Cornwall’s untold stories.
I write regularly for local publications including My Cornwall magazine and the Falmouth Packet as well as providing content for local websites. If you would like me to write something for you or review your event, book and business please just get in touch. Below are some testimonials from some of the people I have worked with:
In 2020 and 2021 I had the opportunity to provide research for and also contribute to the BBC Radio Four series The Wedding Detectives and also be a guest contributor for ITV’s Julia Bradbury’s Cornwall and Devon Walks.
Brands I have worked with:
I have a First Class degree in Journalism and Creative Writing and I am now a freelance writer, producing articles for local and national magazines and websites.
If you have a story you want told or would just like to contact me, please drop me a line:
Or take a look at more of my professional writing HERE
You can also check out my Media Kit 2020.
I provide all the content on this blog completely free, there’s no subscription fee. If however you enjoy my work and would like to contribute something towards helping me keep researching Cornwall’s amazing history and then sharing it with you then you can donate below. Thank you!
Please note: I am not a professional historian, all the research is my own and I have formed my own opinions and stories from it – nothing should be taken as 100% fact.
All content, both text and images, belongs to me and cannot be reproduced or copied without my consent.