A 'once in a blue supermoon' event is set to come to our skies overnight tonight - and Bodmin Moor could be the place to see it.

The rare 'blue supermoon' is set to appear in the night skies, peaking in the early hours of tomorrow, Thursday, August 31.

According to NASA, it is the last time we'll see the rare sighting until January 2037.

With Bodmin Moor and West Penwith among the areas with international dark sky designation, seekers of a blue moon bonanza may find the areas, uninterrupted by light pollution the best place to capture the rare moment.

A spokesperson for Cornwall Council said: "A rare 'blue supermoon' will appear in the night sky overnight, peaking in the early hours of Thursday, August 31.

"The next blue supermoon won't be visible until January 2037, according to NASA.

"Bodmin Moor and West Penwith have International Dark Sky designation, making them some of the best places in the world to observe the night sky!

"Find out more about Cornwall's International Dark Sky Parks - https://orlo.uk/Dark_Skies_KORlk"