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What's on Cornwall - our essential and up-to-date guide to what's on in Cornwall including fun events for children, surf festivals, live music, agricultural shows, arts festivals and quirky local events. Our listings provide a comprehensive guide to all events and festivals with ideas to suit all ages, interests and budgets. 

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  1. Eden at Christmas, St Austell, Cornwall

    Ice skating & Father Christmas at Eden

    St Austell 18 October – 01 March

    Enjoy a range of festive treats, from meeting Father Christmas and real reindeer, to lantern parades and ice skating at the Eden Project.

  2. Winter Wonderland, Retallack Resort, Padstow, Cornwall

    Winter Wonderland at Retallack Resort

    Nr Padstow 29 November – 06 January

    Venture to Santa’s favourite spot in Cornwall and experience the magic of Christmas at Retallack Resort’s brand new Winter Wonderland from 29 November - 6 January 2015.

  3. Miracle Winter production, Dr Livingstone I presume, Cornwall

    Miracle Theatre presents: Dr Livingstone I Presume

    04 December – 12 February

    This winter Miracle deftly combines its own inimitable style with the wonder of Victorian Music Hall to tell the story of one man’s obsession to discover the source of the Nile and transform an entire continent singlehanded. Extensive dates for Cornwall.

  4. Mousehole Christmas Lights, West Cornwall

    Mousehole Christmas Lights

    Mousehole 13 December – 03 January

    The Christmas lights in Mousehole draw many thousands of visitors each year. Truly a stunning sight, with floating displays of lights in the harbour + around streets filled with the aroma of mulled wine and festive food.

  5. St Ives Hurling the Silver Ball, Cornwall

    St Ives Feast & Hurling the Silver Ball

    St Ives 09 February

    Celebrates the anniversary of the consecration of the Parish Church of St Eia in 1434 AD and a rare chance to watch the game of Hurling the Silver Ball, a centuries old form of rugby.

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