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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. Mevagissey Feast Week, Cornwall

    Mevagissey Feast Week

    Mevagissey 28 June – 04 July

    Community festival packed full of entertainment. Features crab catching on the harbour, fishing boat races, dance along the street in the traditional flora dance, swing your partner at the ceilidh or simply find a seat and enjoy. 

  2. What's on in Cornwall , iOrchestra, The Big Finish , Truro , Cornwall


    Truro 30 June – 11 July

    A free programme of digital music activities, led by the Philharmonia Orchestra will take place across Cornwall during June and July as part of a tour of the South West

  3. Padstow Vintage Rally & Country Fair | Cornwall

    Padstow Vintage Rally & Country Fair

    Padstow 03 July – 05 July

    The Padstow Vintage Rally inlcudes live entertainment on both Friday + Saturday night in the beer tent, a funfair, and of course there are a vast variety of vintage and steam vehicles.

  4. Bodmin Riding and Heritage Day, Cornwall

    Bodmin Riding and Heritage Day

    Bodmin 04 July

    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. 

  5. Penzance Literary Festival, Cornwall

    Penzance Literary Festival

    Penzance 08 July – 11 July

    The Penzance Literary Festival is a festival for everyone who enjoys words – the written word, the spoken word, the recited word and the sung word too.  



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