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Wassailing In St Ives

Wassailing In St Ives

Wassailing In St Ives Is Done Early In The New Year At The St Ives Community Orchard. It Is A Lovely, Community Celebration Full Of Drinking, Singing & Lots Of Noise!
Dates For Your Diary – High Days & Holidays In Cornwall

Dates For Your Diary – High Days & Holidays In Cornwall

Here Is My List Of Festivals, Events, High Days & Holidays In Cornwall. I Hope It Helps You Find Something Wonderful To Do!
New Year’s Eve Celebrations In St Ives Cornwall

New Year’s Eve Celebrations In St Ives Cornwall

St Ives Does New Year's Eve Like No Other Town. The Whole Harbour Turns Into One Great Big Family Friendly Street Party. Everyone Dresses Up In Fancy Dress & Celebrates In One Big Crazy Way.
Christmas Swims In Cornwall – Crazy, Chilly Swims In The Sea!

Christmas Swims In Cornwall – Crazy, Chilly Swims In The Sea!

Come On In And Join In With The Crazy, Chilly Christmas Swims All Over Cornwall. From Christmas Eve To New Year's Day There Are Lots Of Events Anyone Can Join In With. Wetsuits Are Sometimes NOT ALLOWED!
Montol Festival – A Fiery Spectacle Of Crazy Cornishness!

Montol Festival – A Fiery Spectacle Of Crazy Cornishness!

Montol is the mid Winter celebration held every year on the 21st December in Penzance, Cornwall. It is a spectacular festival of fire, music and crazy costumes.
Knill’s Monument – An Obelisk With A Legacy & A View!

Knill’s Monument – An Obelisk With A Legacy & A View!

Knill's Monument sits high above St Ives overlooking the bay. It is a monument to John Knill and is where the Knill ceremony is held every 5 years.
St Piran’s Day – The National Day Of Cornwall

St Piran’s Day – The National Day Of Cornwall

St Piran’s Day is the national day of Cornwall. It is named after one of the patron saints of Cornwall, St Piran. It is held on the 5th March every year and various celebrations take place across Cornwall.
St Ives Feast Day And Hurling The Silver Ball – A Cornish Celebration

St Ives Feast Day And Hurling The Silver Ball – A Cornish Celebration

St Ives Feast Day is held on the first Monday after the 3rd February every year. It is held to celebrate the consecration of the Parish Church of St Ia (Eia) in 1434 AD. The
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