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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. 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.

  2. Bude Jazz Festival, Cornwall

    Bude Jazz 2015

    Bude 01 September – 04 September

    Bude has been involved in staging jazz festivals for 25 years and is renowned world-wide for its support for the music.

  3. Grand Bard Gorsedh Kernow

    Gorsedh Kernow

    St Austell 01 September – 06 September

    The Esedhvos Festival is held every year at a different location in Cornwall to celebrate Cornish literature, art, music, dance and sport; to link Cornwall with other Celtic countries. In 2015 celebrations will take place in St Austell.

  4. Newquay County Pilot Gig Rowing Championships Ladies, Cornwall

    Newquay Ladies' Open County Pilot Gig Championships

    Newquay 05 September – 06 September

    2014 details shownNewquay's Ladies' County Gig Championships are hugely competitve and signal the end of Cornwall's Gig rowing season.

  5. The Big Produce Market, Truro, Cornwall

    The Big Autumn Market

    Truro 05 September

    The Big Autumn Marktet takes place on Truro's Lemon Quay with 50 of Cornwall's most exciting food producers and street food stalls along with cooking demos from some of the County’s top chefs.



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