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St Ives biggest street party of the year and one of the best places in the UK to welcome in the new year. Fancy dress, samba band & fireworks.
The show provides an entertaining and fun day out for all the family
We’ve been making fresh cream truffles and other delights for 10 years at I Should Coco, but it’s your turn now, with this purpose built facility.
The St Ives Feast is an ancient tradition that celebrates the anniversary of the consecration of the Parish Church of St Eia in 1434 AD.
Falmouth Week is one of the most prominent sailing regattas in the South West, with yachts from many classes racing over eight days.
Royal Cornwall Show is the county's biggest event and is brim-full of exhibits and activities which offer so much in the way of entertainment.
A FREE one-Day, Family Friendly festival, in celebration of this beautiful part of the world we get to call home.
Murdoch Day is Redruth's big day and gets right to the heart of what the town is all about- its heritage, industry, but most of all community
St Ives Farmers' Market runs every Thursday throughout the year at The Guildhall in St Ives from 9.30am until 2pm.
Fish cookery demonstrations, fish display, crab picking demonstrations, two music stages, luggers in the harbour, trawlers racing, gigs sprinting.
Ten private gardens, mostly in tucked away parts of St Ives, will be open for the public to explore and enjoy.
This fantastic community festival encompasses over 150 events from music & drama, the arts & heritage to gig racing, swimming, walking & lots more.
Lafrowda Festival is an annual event in St. Just in Penwith, in celebration of community arts.
Helston, the Cornish market town, where for hundreds of years, the townsfolk have celebrated and enjoyed the wonderful tradition that is FLORA DAY.
Stithians Show is the largest one day Agricultural Show in Cornwall and one of the largest in the Country.
This revived ancient festival brings ten days of music processions and street entertainment to Penzance
An annual fundraising fiesta that celebrates the town’s close relationship with the sea. A fun day for all the family. Come and join us.
Celebrating the end of winter and the coming of spring is a tradition that stretches back hundreds of years in West Cornwall.