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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. Trereife Summer Festival, Penzance, Cornwall

    Trereife Summer Festival

    Penzance 31 July – 02 August

    Food and craft stalls and programme of children’s entertainment, storytelling, magic show and much more set in the grounds of this historic house.  Watch the Cornish Wrestling Championships, meet the challengers and learn more about this ancient Cornish sport.

  2. Leopallooza Festival, Bude


    Bude 01 August – 03 August

    Exciting independent music festival, described as the greatest house party in a field, consistently showcasing the vanguard of new bands and artists in the UK and beyond.

  3. What's on in Cornwall | Creation Fest | Wadebridge | Cornwall

    Creation Fest

    Wadebridge 01 August – 07 August

    Creation Fest is a free admission Christian music festival with Bible teaching, and fun for the whole family. 

  4. American & Classic Car Show | Mount Edgcumbe | Cornwall

    Mount Edgcumbe American & Classic Car Show & Fayre

    Torpoint 02 August

    500 American and Classic cars to see, a craft fayre and stalls, a car boot fair, amusements, refreshments, a licenced bar and live music.

  5. Garden Truro | Visit Cornwall

    Garden Truro

    Truro 05 August – 08 August

    Truro takes pride in its beautiful parks, gardens and open spaces so to celebrate this, the Garden Truro festival brings the best of the city¹s green spaces to Lemon Quay in the heart of Truro.



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