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Porthleven Food Festival

26th to 28th April 2019

The picturesque harbour town of Porthleven, West Cornwall, hosts an amazing festival which includes all day cooking demos, food and craft stalls with many local food producers demonstrating their wares.

The harbour is completely immersed in music, dancing, performances, music, art and celebrity chefs bringing a real party atmosphere to Porthleven!

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Plan your 2019 visit to Trelew in the Spring

Ice Skating: Until 24th February 2019
Eden Project
Ice Skating continues throughout the winter of 2018 and into early spring 2019, taking place under cover at Eden Project. Combine with a visit to Eden with its many different ecosystems, cafes and gift shop.
For more information, visit the Eden Project website.

National Maritime Museum: From 8th March 2019
Running too January 2020, Titanic Stories, is a major new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth which details the tragic journey of the Titanic to its fatal end on 15 April 1912. Alongside documentary, personal photographs, letters and newspaper cuttings are many significant personal belongings that were recovered from the wreck.
For more information, visit the National Maritime Museum website.

Camborne Trevithick Day: 27th April 2019
Honouring local inventor Richard Trevithick, engineer and pioneer of the locomotive, Camborne Trevithick Day takes place each year on the last Saturday of April. It is a community led street festival of free entertainment and a great spectacle for the whole family as they come together to celebrate the inventor with parades of steam engines, singing and dancing.
For more information, visit the Trevithick Day website.

Fal River Festival 2019: 24th May 2019 to 2nd Jun 2019
South Coast
This fantastic 10-day celebration offers something for everyone, with over 100 events showcasing creative talent from the worlds of art, music, food, theatre, film, adventure & more.

For more information on the Festival, visit the Fal River website.