Events

From food festivals and headline music acts, to outdoor cinema and family fun, discover some of your favourite events in Cornwall. Our members certainly know how to throw a party and whether you're a local or a visitor, this guide will be your go-to resource for discovering the exciting events happening throughout Cornwall.

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What's On

Our members have thought of everything. From Pirates' quests at our castles and outdoor music events, to beach front food festivals and delicious tasting evenings. There really is something for everyone to enjoy in Cornwall.

Discover more with our members' events guide, or head to our 'what's on' pages for even more!

  • Avoid the traffic jams, the arguments when the GPS sends you the wrong way and the general hassle of having to drive great distances...

    GWR operate high speed train services frequently from London Paddington station including the Night Riviera Sleeper Service to Penzance. There are also direct trains daily from Bristol and beyond. More info from: nationalrail.co.uk

    Once in Cornwall, there's a great rail network for getting around the county, ideal for when the roads are busy in the summer. Give the driver a rest and grab a cheap day return to St Ives or Looe. Sit back and enjoy the scenery on the Tamar Valley Line or head to the beach at Newquay or Falmouth. For more info, go to Great Scenic Railways

    For National Rail enquiries telephone 08457 484950

    The First Group co-ordinate bus services from many Cornish stations.

    Park-and-ride schemes run in season at Liskeard (for Looe) and St Erth (for St. Ives).

  • The A30 runs down through the centre of Cornwall, leaving the M5 at Exeter. It enters Cornwall at Launceston, crosses Bodmin Moor and passes Bodmin. Once past there roads branch off to St Austell and Newquay and a little further on, Truro.

    At the present time (June 2023) work is still on-going to dual a long stretch of the A30 heading west towards Redruth and Camborne. This will hopefully do away with summer traffic jams as you head towards the far west, St Ives and Penzance.

    The A30 continues past Penzance all the way to Lands's End.

    Leaving Exeter, the other major road into Cornwall is the A38. This crosses the Tamar Bridge at Plymouth and serves the towns and villages of south-east Cornwall before terminating at Bodmin where it joins the A30.

    Coming down the North Coast, the A39 (also known as the Atlantic Highway) is good for access to Bude, Wadebridge and Padstow, and all the lovely north coast beaches. It continues onto Truro and eventually Falmouth.

    The A390 is the main road serving St Austell, running from Tavistock in Devon, across the Tamar at Gunnislake and onto Liskeard. From St Austell it continues down to Truro.

    Running north. and adjacent to the Devon/Cornwall border, the A388 runs from Saltash up to Launceston.

    The A94 runs from Falmouth to Penzance via Helston where the A3083 runs down to Lizard Point.

  • It's not all about celebrity chefs in Porthleven, it's about the food! With a harbourside full of fantastic places to eat, you can enjoy everything from a traditional Cornish pasty to a Asian delicacy.

    If you do need to get your fix of celeb bites, then Michael Caines owns the Harbourside Refuge and Jude Kereama owns both Kota Restaurant and Kota Kai.

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