Lionel Richie is the first star announcement for next year’s Eden Sessions.
The singer-songwriter from Tuskegee Alabama, whose smash hits include Hello, Dancing on the Ceiling and All Night Long, will play at the home of the famous Biomes on Tuesday June 14, 2016, as part of his All The Hits world tour.
This will be Lionel’s first ever headline show in the South West and his first UK show since his legendary performance at Glastonbury.
Over 1,000 runners took part in a marathon and half marathon at the Eden Project today.
But they didn't have too much time to enjoy the scenery, it's regarded as one of the most gruelling events in the UK. It's now in its sixth year.
We started in 2009 and it was in partnership with St.Austell running club and they came and approached us and through another conversation we talked about having an event which started and finished at Eden,and we thought what better way to connect with the environment which is what we do all the time.
Around 300 runners took part in the full 26.2-mile race. The half marathon had a much bigger turnout. First across the line in the half marathon was Paul Whear from Cornwall Athletic Club. He wasn't fazed by the terrain.
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For the first time ever, the Eden Project has three Titan arums – the world’s biggest and smelliest flower – side by side in the Rainforest Biome at the Eden Project. When it flowers, it lets out a putrid stench that many liken to rotting flesh, hence its nickname of “corpse flower”. In the wild, the smell attracts insects and animals that pollinate the plant.
“I’m very excited to be bringing these horticultural marvels to Eden’s Rainforest Biome this year. "I think that Titan arums are a spectacular plant and I’m happy to see that they have captured the imagination of our visitors too.”
The Eden Project in Cornwall has been rated one of the 500 best places to visit in the world.
Travel guide Lonely Planet has put the iconic biomes at number 281. The number one spot was taken by the temples of Angkor in Cambodia.
The Ultimate Travelist is being published today, and has a reputation as a dream to-do list for many travellers.
The Eden project has been judged the UK's top landmark that best defines 21st century Britain.
The Cornish attraction beat the Angel of the North scultpure, Coventry Cathedral, by Athony Gormley as well as icons such as the London Eye and Edinburgh Castle. A panel of judges ranked the top 21 landmark structures after thousands of votes were cast by readers of travel magazines.
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The excitement is building as Cornwall prepares to welcome one of the biggest names in rock to its biggest music venue, the Eden Project, tonight.
It will be the first time Sir Elton John has performed in Cornwall in 30 years, and it's no surprise the event's 6,000 tickets were snapped up in minutes when they went on sale last December.
He's at the Eden Project for two nights as part of the attraction's summer session of concerts. Last time it was the Cornwall Coliseum, which has since been demolished.
We'll be at Eden live tonight, bringing you all the excitement from what is set to be one of the highlights of the Eden Sessions' 13-year history.
Sir Elton joins an illustrious list of more than 70 acts who have performed here since they began in 2002.
Sir Elton John will be playing his first performance in Cornwall tonight for 30 years.
He is at the Eden Project for two nights as part of the attraction's summer session of concerts. Sir Elton last appeared at the Cornwall Coliseum which has now been demolished.
The Eden Project has unveiled plans to build a hotel. It follows the opening of a youth hostel on the site. It's submitted proposals to Cornwall Council for the development, which will cost six million pounds and have a hundred and fifteen beds.