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Cornwall Events for Autumn Season

What's going on in Cornwall?

There’s always something happening in Cornwall. 

From food and drink, music, literature, walking, theatre, arts and craft and seasonal fun. Come and mingle, get stuck in or simply soak up the atmosphere loaded with Cornish culture. Join the locals at an annual festival, dance in the streets, eat local food and enjoy yourselves.

Tin Mine Clay

Sunday to Friday: 9am-5pm, Geevor Mine, Pendeen

An exhibition of ceramics made of clay found in Penwith tin mines that coincides with the centennial of two major events -  the sinking of Victory shaft at Geevor Mine and the Levant mining disaster which claimed 31 lives. 

We welcome dogs across the entire museum site, with the exception of the café and the underground mine. We provide drinking water for them at various places across the site. Assistance dogs are welcome across the whole site without exception.

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Traces of Light

10th September - 26th October, 58 Fore St. Tregony

'Traces Of Light’ celebrates the start of Tregony Gallery’s fifth year curated by Judi and Brian Green. Opening September 10th, takes its inspiration from our brightest stars who shine brilliantly even as we enter the long nights of Winter.

Lighting the way will be new offereings from gallery artists Mark Dunford, Henry Jabbour, Euan McGregor, Daniel Preece, Kay Vinson and Richard Fitton. We are also pleased to introduce newly represented guest artists June Collier, James Bland and Virginia Bounds who's works pulse with colour and vibrancy.  'Traces Of Light' will illuminate the darkest months with exceptional contemporary painting, sculpture, ceramics and original prints.

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Red Panda Week

21st-22nd September, 16 Trelissick Road, Hayle

Meet the keepers at 2.30pm for a special talk, ask questions and fingers crossed see the Red Pandas come down from the trees. Mask making kits, colouring pictures, gifts to buy, and a prize draw for a cuddly toy Red Panda!

The event is in aid of the ‘Red Panda Network’, which is establishing the world’s first protected area dedicated to red pandas. The Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung (PIT) Red Panda Protected Forest has the densest population of red pandas in Nepal and is part of the Kangchenjunga Singhalila Complex: one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. It is threatened by human population growth and expanding development. Community projects including tree planting is underway to improve the habitat for Red Pandas.


Red Panda

Taste of Scilly Festival

1st - 30th September, Scilly

The festival that has foodies flocking to the Isles of Scilly.

Taste of Scilly, is back this September with a month-long celebration of the very best in food, drink and produce from across the five inhabited islands.

The Taste of Scilly programme is packed with events sharing the unique low-food miles, slow-food culture of the famously unspoilt archipelago, 28 miles off the coast of Cornwall. Throughout September, there’s a fresh foodie experience to savour every day, from lobster feasts to Scillonian produce markets, from beach barbecues to pasty-making workshops, from evening supper boats to Taste of Scilly cocktails and cream teas.


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Newquay Fish Festival

13th - 15th September, Newquay Harbour

Now in its 17th year the Newquay Fish Festival celebrates the heritage and cuisine we have on our doorstep, right at the start of the supply chain for the very best that seafood has to offer. Top chefs from across the region show how to make the most of this bounty, with a chance to watch learn and try some delicious seafood.

Most of the region’s top chefs have appeared at the festival, we are working once again to bring some exciting guests and surprise faces to our demonstration stage. Alongside the food we have a full programme of entertainment including bands, choirs, singers, dancers and even a band of pirates complete with canons!

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