However Cornwall has much more to offer with:

  • wild moorland landscapes
  • extensive coastline and coastal paths
  • attractive villages
  • Extensive designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

We have the mildest and sunniest climate in the United Kingdom. We are well known for a thriving cultural scene. From the Tate Gallery in St Ives to the Newlyn School of Art and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Sunset and clouds over moors
Image inside Eden Project biome

We have world class attractions such as:

We have world class attractions such as:

  • the Eden Project
  • the Minack Theatre

As well as renowned festivals including:

  • Boardmasters
  • the Eden Sessions
  • Tunes in the Dunes

We enjoy a wide range of local food and drink. Fish fresh from our harbours, traditional Cornish pasties and not forgetting our cream teas! Cornish beer, cider and gin are also fast growing worldwide recognition.

Harbour and village
Two wheelchair users and their care workers smiling on the beach

Why Social Care in Cornwall

You will have plenty of opportunities to start and develop a career in social care. We have over 300 Care Quality Commission registered care settings across Cornwall to choose from.

Whichever job you take, you will be fully supported and provided with all the training you need.

With so much provision in social care alongside health services there will be a variety of career development routes for you.

The Proud to Care Cornwall website is your starting point for finding out more.