A friendly informal church meeting each Sunday morning at 10.00 at the Perranporth Memorial Hall.
For more information please contact 01872573725.
Healeys Christmas Markets return for a third year. An authentic family, festive farm experience which attracts thousands of visitor. Our aim is to offer Christmas products that compliment Healeys own quality brand and food and drink range sold in our on-site shop. Healeys attracts over 400,000 visitors a year with cyder making tours, tractor rides and The Old Bottlery Restaurant.
More than just markets, our festive weekends host a range of activities for all ages, from our popular Sunday roasts with carol singing, Christmas trees for sale, Children’s craft activities, animal talks and much more. There is free parking and free entry for everyone and we are a dog friendly farm.
The markets will showcase stalls of tasty local produce alongside Cornish art and crafts. There’s the opportunity to pick freshly cut Christmas trees and try the range of Healeys Cornish cyders for free in Healeys own farm shop.
More than just markets, the farm offers a full, fun day out for the family. Cyder making tours and tractor rides down to 20 acres of orchards run regularly throughout the day whilst the friendly farm animals, including donkeys, pigs, goats, ponies and shire horses are a favourite for little ones to meet.
Each Sunday afternoon, with a famous Healeys Sunday roast, local choirs will fill The Old Bottlery with the sounds of Cornish carols.
It’s free entry to the farm, free parking and, of course, free samples, all of which are produced on the farm including much-loved Rattler Cornish Cloudy Cyder.
Entry to the farm and parking is free all year round. Charges apply for tours and tractor rides.
To find out more about Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm, or the Christmas markets and booking a stall please call 01872 573 356 or visit https://healeyscyder.co.uk/
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Twenty-nine years ago, Heligan’s historic gardens were unknown and unseen; lost to the brambles of time since the outbreak of WW1. It was only the chance discovery of a door in the ruins that led to the restoration of this once great estate. Today, The Lost Gardens have been put back where they belong: in pride of place among the finest gardens in England.
Enjoy shopping and festivities in Truro, the streets come alive with markets, live entertainment and the city stay open late including the Cathedral.
Shops open until 9pm, including the Wednesday Farmers market, Truro Christmas Street Markets in Boscawen Street and Lemon Quay Fairs.
Wind down this winter with carolling performances at Trerice. Under a sky of golden stars hung in the rafters, enjoy a chorus of festive song from local choirs and treats in the barn restaurant.
Trerice Volunteer Choir: 30 November, 7, 14 and 22 December
Washaway West Gallery Choir: 1 and 15 December
Levow Kesson: 8 December
Stithians Ladies Choir: 21 December
Selected dates in November & December
A magical and enchanting experience, brimming with sparkle and cheer.
Book your tickets online today!
Did you hear the news? Father Christmas has had to do an emergency landing, right here in Bedruthan Hotel! And pieces of his sleigh are scattered all around! Can you help him find the missing pieces to fix his sleigh in time for Christmas?
Come on a magical adventure with us this Christmas: meet Tomte, Astrid, the friendly elves and loveable reindeer in Tummetott village. Enter Festlig Wood lit by candlelight and decorate beautiful wooden Christmas tree decorations to hang on your own tree at home. Visit the Ice Queen in her snow cavern, throw snowballs and make snow angels. Finally, wind your way through the frozen forest to find Father Christmas’s Sugar and Spice Grotto to meet the old man himself and help to fix his sleigh and save Christmas!
Showcasing Padstow at its best, the festival is one of the UK's largest, bringing together chefs, local food producers and crafts-folk to celebrate Christmas in a captivating waterside setting. Attracting over 40,000 visitors, each year sees the festival increase in popularity.
Embrace the festive season with a trip to Padstow’s annual Christmas Festival and see this Cornish fishing village come alive with celebrity chefs, culinary delights and festive fun.
It’s a truly magical Christmas this year at Trelissick, the illuminations from dusk onwards light the way through the garden to the festively adorned house.
Santa Claus will be welcoming youngsters to his festive grotto at Charlestown’s Shipwreck Treasure Museum over the winter period and there’s an extra special offer for early bird bookings...