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Cornwall's Valentine Wish-List Revealed

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7:36am 14th February 2012

A Pirate FM poll reveals a third of people in Cornwall say they do not need a present on Valentine's Day.

One in four who took part in our online survey said they would like to be wined and dined by their other half.

Here is the full wish-list:

  1. 32% said they do not need a gift
  2. 26% chose a meal out
  3. 13% said flowers
  4. 10% said a walk on the beach
  5. 10% said a surprise weekend away
  6. 3% said a quiet night in
  7. 3% said chocolates
  8. 3% said a specially composed poem
  9. 0% said a handmade card
7:36am 14th February 2012

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