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Christmas in Cornwall – 2017 events and festivals

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

The festive season is nearly here and there’s a lot going on! Cornish people love a celebration and there’s plenty to choose from if you’re heading here over the festive period. Don’t forget, you can stay in one of our self-catering properties or pop to Best Western Porth Veor Manor Hotel for a pre-Christmas meal. […]

Autumn 2017 celebrations in Cornwall

Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Food, drink and plenty of music September 2nd September Camel River FestivalFun in the water around the River Camel. 5th September The Big Autumn marketBuy a selection of Cornwall’s famous produce at Lemon Quay, Truro. 7th -10th September Heritage Open DaysSome of Cornwall’s historic properties open their doors for free. 8th – 10th September Newquay […]

Summer 2017 celebrations in Cornwall

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

Carnivals, regattas and music July 25th June – 1st July Mevagissey Feast WeekCelebrating the feast of St Peter with lots of activities and food. 1st – 2nd July Bodmin Riding Heritage DayTraditional fun day. 9am – 6pm. 7th – 8th July Rock Oyster FestivalMusic and fun – there’s even a didgeridoo workshop! Wadebridge. 22nd – […]

June celebrations in Cornwall

Friday, June 9th, 2017

Country fairs and plenty of music 8th – 10th June Royal Cornwall ShowAll the fun of the biggest event in Cornwall’s farming calendar with a host of entertainment, shows, live music and food at The Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge. 10th – 18th June Polperro Music FestivalPlenty of music, art and entertainment for all. 15th – […]

May celebrations in Cornwall

Friday, April 28th, 2017

Festivals and events galore in Cornwall! Bank Holiday Weekend 28th April – 1st May May Day Celebrations in PadstowCelebrations for May Day or ‘Obby Oss’ take place over the whole of bank holiday weekend with a fair, parades and entertainment. Art8NewquayBe inspired by art and performance. St Agnes Bolster FestivalFollow the Cornish giants! Bonfire and […]

What’s on in Cornwall – Spring 2017

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

They say spring has sprung when Cornish magnolia trees burst into flower and show more than 50 blooms. Caerhays, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trebah, Trewidden, Tregothnan and Trewithen Gardens all declared it to be spring at the start of the month, which is a little later than last year’s early February blossom. However, March […]

What’s on – Christmas 2016 in Cornwall

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

As Christmas approaches Cornwall comes to life with lantern parades and plenty of opportunities to buy seasonal produce and local crafts. November 12th – 13th November Cathedral City Markets Christmas MarketFood drink, arts and crafts to buy in the marquees at Lemon Quay which will be decorated with a ‘White Christmas’ theme. 19th November St […]

October Half Term 2016 in Cornwall

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

Fun with the family There’s plenty of fun to be had with the family this half term in Cornwall, especially if you like anything spooky! 22nd – 30th October HallowedenPlenty of Halloween half tern fun at the Eden Project including bubble wizardry, bewitching owls and the little monsters ball. 22nd – 30th October Heligan HalloweenSpooky […]

What’s on – Autumn 2016 in Cornwall

Saturday, September 3rd, 2016

Autumn brings a wealth of food festivals to Cornwall, always keen to make the most of fresh seasonal produce. September 3rd – 10th September The Big Autumn MarketThe Big Autumn Market takes place on Truro’s Lemon Quay with 50 of Cornwall’s most exciting food producers and street food stalls along with cooking demos from some of […]

What’s on – August 2016 in Cornwall

Monday, June 27th, 2016

Music, arts & culture Get out and enjoy the fun, entertainment and culture this summer with a variety of festivals taking place around Cornwall. 1st August Looe Carnival WeekLast day of the week long carnival with events and entertainment for all the family. 1st August Gunnislake FestivalLast day of the week long festival. Music, history, […]