Perranporth Ballet School held at Perranporth Memorial Hall every Thursday 6pm, Friday 4.30pm and Saturdays 9am.
£2.50 half hour £5 for an hour.
For more information please call Germaine 01872262512.
Good Companions Club held at Perranporth Memorial Hall held on the 1st Friday of each month.
For more information please contact 01872572717.
....and this festive season brings with it the Heligan Christmas Fair, on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th December from 10am to 4pm.
This festive event, will give you the perfect opportunity to get into the festive spirit and soak up the stunning surroundings as well as find some truly unique Christmas gifts.
Heligan’s ethos for showcasing local businesses will be felt strongly during this time as they invite over 80 local producers, artisans, creators and makers to come and trade under a canopy of festive joy, with marquees in the coach park, picnic and ticketing areas.
Visitors are invited to browse the traders' wares to find something unique for that special person – and with well over 80 stalls, there's certainly plenty on offer including food and drink produce, crafts, jewellery, art and more.
There’s also the opportunity to buy or order your Christmas tree! Choose from a 3 foot pot grown Norway spruce all the way up to a 10ft Nordmann!
A warm welcome awaits you in the Heligan Kitchen where you can tempt your taste buds with delicious seasonal treats from the Heligan Bakery, enjoy a mulled wine and soak up the Christmas atmosphere.
Don’t forget to pop into the award winning Lobbs Farm Shop on your way back to your car, to pick up some of the best food from the countryside and why not order your Christmas turkey whilst you’re there.
Free to Heligan Annual Members, £1 Local Pass holders and £2 for everyone else – including garden entry.
Perranporth, St Piran's Play,
Held on the nearest Sunday to St Piran's Day, the play produced by the St Piran Trust, takes place on the dunes at Perranporth, where according to legend the revered saint was washed up on millstone from Ireland in the 5th century AD. Crossing the dunes to St Piran's Cross, hundreds of people gather, generally dressed in black, white and gold, the colours of Cornwall, carrying the Cornish Flag.
You can take part in this celebration of Cornwall’s distinct identity by joining the spectators who walk over the dunes and watch the play acted out in three parts. Dozens of actors and musicians portray the stages of St Piran’s life from his birth in Ireland, his arrival in Cornwall, his miraculous discovery of tin and his Christian ministry in Kernow.
There will be free parking within the car parks at the holiday park