Falmouth, St Piran's Day Parade - 5th March 2019
Starting from The Moor at 10am there will be parading and dancing to the local pier and back. The morning ends with storytelling in the Methodist Church.
Everyone is welcome to join the parade or line the streets and encourage the local children on their way.
Bodmin, St Piran's Day Parade - 5th March 2019
Between 11am and 12pm a parade will travel to the Mount Folly where invited dignitaries will address the gathered crowd, which will be followed by children singing and dancing. Then at St Petroc’s Church they will present their contributions and celebrate by eating Cornish Pasties!
Newquay, St Piran's Weekend - 3rd-5th March 2019
They hold a whole weekend of events, including a surf festival and BBQ, all leading up to a grand parade at 4pm on Monday 5th. Following the parade there will be a ceilidh at 7pm at the rowing club. There is a list of activities taking place over the weekend, the Visit Newquay website has all the details.
Truro, St Piran's Day March - 5th March 2019
A march will leave St George's Road at 1pm and process through the city to High Cross.
Free pasties will be available at the conclusion of speeches, and everyone is welcome to come and get involved with the procession. Following this there will be a music session held in the White Hart pub. You’re all invited to drink, dance, sing, and play instruments.
Looe, St Piran's Day Celebrations - 5th March 2019
Taking place in the New Guildhall, starting at 10.30am, there will be dancing and traditional Cornish music alongside entertainment from local schools and saffron cake!
Redruth, St Piran's Festival - 2nd March 2019
A traditional festival in the heart of town! Expect street entertainments, a Cornish market, classic cars, and a parade at midday. There will be lots to see and do for all the family.
World Pasty Championships, The Eden Project - 2nd March 2019
Not really a true St Piran’s event but is there a better way to get the Cornish celebrations going than with a pasty championship at the iconic Cornwall landmark?
Climaxing at the end of Cornish Pasty Week, pasty makers from around the world will be trying to win one of the pasty-shaped trophies crafted from clay.
Plus there will be live entertainment along with The Eden Project's usual attractions, perfect for a fun family day out as well as pasty lovers!