What's on: traditional and cultural
Tradition and culture Cornwall loves to celebrate its rich tradition and culture
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Redruth's annual celebration of its most famous citizen, inventor William Murdoch. The programme of events includes children's dance and art procession, all day music and entertainment, street market, old tyme fair and much more.
A local rally featuring many rural exhibits including vintage tractors, steam engines and classic cars. There’s also a variety of trade stands and a car boot sale.
A traditional boat festival, running in tandem with the well-established and much loved Golowan Festival. Owners and crews of traditional style boats are invited to come and enjoy the atmosphere.
St Austell Feast Week is a revival of the traditional week of feasten activities surrounding the celebration of the Feast of Saint Austol. Feasten activities will take place from 5 to 13 July 2013, running alongside the Bread Riots Community Play which is based on the 1847 Bread Riots.
A celebration of Bodmin Town's historical past dating back to the fourteenth century in which the town's schoolchildren dance the traditional Bodmin Riding Dance in procession.