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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. Cornwall Folk Festival, Wadebridge, Cornwall

    Cornwall Folk Festival

    Wadebridge 28 August – 31 August

    The whole town of Wadebridge is alive to the sound of music. Not only is there an international line up of folk from Cornwall & Brittany to Africa & the USA but you’ll also find singers, instrument workshops & children's entertainment.

  2. Morval Vintage Steam Rally, Looe, Cornwall

    Morval Vintage Steam Rally

    Looe 29 August – 31 August

    A working vintage steam rally with vintage tractors, cars, motorbikes, military vehicles, commercials and stationary engines, trade stands, craft tent, hot food, bar and children's entertainment. An enjoyable day out for adults and children alike.

  3. Drawn to the Valley, Tamar Valley, Callington, Calstock, Saltash, Cornwall

    Drawn to the Valley - Artists of the Tamar Valley

    Near Gunnislake 29 August – 06 September

    An essential part of the Tamar Valley creative calendar, with events held across the Tamar Valley region. Drawn to the Valley is a group of over 150 local artistsincluding painters, sculptors, calligraphers, jewellers and textile artists.

  4. GeekFest, What's On, West Cornwall, August Bank Holiday 2015


    Redruth 29 August – 31 August

    A whole weekend for activities for anyone who is a geek and love TV, Movies, gaming, comics and cosplay.

  5. Newlyn Fish Festival, Cornwall

    Newlyn Fish Festival

    Newlyn 31 August

    Celebrating all things fishy in Britain’s premier fishing port where you can satisfy your appetite with the best seafood you’re likely to find anywhere and help to raise money for the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen. 



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