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What's On In January Cornwall

List of What's On January Cornwall 2017

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17th December 2016 to 7th January 2017

Mousehole Christmas Lights are a delight to see and really put you in the Christmas spirit. The whole harbour comes alight with a pretty display including displays in the harbour water. Mousehole itself is a lovely village to visit, a magical evening out. Switch on this year will be 17th December 2016 and the lights will be on each evening between 5pm and 11pm (except on 19th Dec when they are dimmed between 8pm-9pm) until 7th January 2017. Read more about Mousehole Cornwall

www.mouseholelights.org.uk

Mousehole Cornwall - West Cornwall

To early January 2017

The beautiful Christmas Lights at Padstow are switched on the first Sunday in Advent. The Padstow Christmas Lights will be turned on from about 6pm. To accompany the switch on and get everyone in the Christmas spirit there will also be a carol service performed by the Padstow Carolers on the band stand. The Padstow Christmas Lights are a real Christmas treat, there are pretty lights all around the harbour and floating in the harbour water taking various forms including a whale, boat and Christmas trees to name a few.

Padstow Cornwall - North Cornwall

17th December to 7th January

Wonderful family friendly event in Mousehole this Christmas in Cornwall. Throughout December the Dream Team present a magical puppet and live action production of Antonia Barber's classic children's story, The Mousehole Cat, in the newly refurbished Solomon Browne Memorial Hall, Mousehole - the villages former pilchard works. Following a sold out Summer tour this re-imagined festive production will be performed entirely in the round and features a live acoustic soundtrack composed and played by local guitarist Scott Fleming. Families will have time to marvel at Mousehole's spectacular Christmas lights display before taking their seats to hear how this West Cornwall village was saved from desperate famine by the brave actions of fisherman, Tom Bawcock, and his faithful cat, Mowzer. Based on a well-known Cornish legend this heart warming story of the friendship between a fearless fisherman and his devoted cat is sure to warm the cockles of your heart almost as much as a 'efty portion of stargazy pie! The Mousehole Cat runs for three weeks from 17 December in the heart of Mousehole alongside the villages annual Christmas illuminations. This festive show lasts for approximately one hour allowing families to soak up the atmosphere of Cornwall's most famous Christmas light display and enjoy a live performance all in one evening. Read More about Mousehole

Solomon Browne Memorial Hall, Mousehole, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Thursday 5th January 2017

Farmers market event St Ives Cornwall every Thursday throughout the year. St Ives Farmers Market is a community venture to help make fresh local produce available in St Ives, Cornwall. The market runs every Thursday throughout the year at The Guildhall, Street an Pol, St Ives which is in the town centre, next door to the Visitor Information Centre. Opening times are 9.30am until 2.00pm. At the market you can find a wide range of local food to meet your needs, including meats, vegetables and baked goods depending on who trades on a particular day and what is in season. St Ives Farmers Market is a dog friendly event in Cornwall

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St Ives Guildhall, Street-an-Pol, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2DS - West Cornwall

Saturday 7th January 2017 12.30 -23.30

Things to do in Cornwall this weekend -The return of the fantastic Festival of Cornish Music & Dance! A family fun filled day with workshops, performances, entertainment and more at the Heartland Centre near Redruth, Cornwall. Great food at the Red River Cafe, Adventure Playground, Stalls and shops, explore the Diaspora Gardens and Heartlands mining exhibition. Chi Bar open from 7.30pm. Cornish Dance Night from 7.30pm. Tickets - All Day £12, Workshops £4 (up to two workshops), Nos Lowen £10, under 11s free if accomp. by adult.

Read more about Heartlands

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

Saturday 7th January 2017

Whats on for foodies this weekend in Cornwall. Pendeen Farmers Market brings together local producers in West Cornwall who provide affordable food from producers who care. This is a twice monthly food event in Cornwall run by volunteers and offers quality fresh, seasonal food on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from 10am to 1pm. Parking is easy and free and the local buses stop near by. In the summer the famous open top bus (Explorer 300) stops in Pendeen. You can hop off, shop and then hop on the next bus. Easy! It is held in The Centre of Pendeen (the modern building opposite the school on the B3306 St Just to St Ives road). Centre of Pendeen tel 01736 786776

Read more about Pendeen Farmers Market Cornwall

The Centre of Pendeen, Pendeen, Cornwall TR19 7SE - West Cornwall

Every fortnight throughout 2017

Nerf Battles events at Cornwall's Heartlands. A series of battles are being launched to take place on a fortnightly basis throughout 2017. The Battles will take place in the Gardens and are suitable for those aged 8 years and over. Cost is %pound;2 with ammo and gun provided. These family friendly Cornwall events run from 12 noon to 4pm Read more about Heartlands and Red River Cafe

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

Throughout January 2017

Cafe Mylor near Falmouth Cornwall are offering two meals for the price of one throughout January, Monday to Thursday 9am to 3pm. the cheapest priced meal will be discounted. See their website for details. Cafe Mylor is a great dog friendly place to eat in Cornwall, right by the water's edge. Read more about Cafe Mylor

Cafe Mylor, Mylor Yacht Harbour, Cornwall TR11 5UF - West Cornwall

Daily throughout the year

Great idea for a family day out in Cornwall. The pumping engine at Robinson's Shaft is a gloriously well preserved example of a Cornish engine. It worked at this site between 1903 and 1955. The engine was designed by Captain Samuel Grose, a pupil of Richard Trevithick, and was built by Sandys Vivian and Co. at the Copperhouse Foundry, one of the two major engineering works at Hayle. Robinson's Engine stopped working at 1.15pm on 1 May 1955, the last Cornish Engine to work on a Cornish Mine. Robinson's Engine is currently undergoing more restoration work (it's a bit like painting the Forth Bridge), but you can still go on guided tours to see this magnificent engine. Engine House tours are once a day at 12 noon. Please book your space on the tour at the Visitor Centre on arrival at Heartlands. Please note there are only 12 spaces per tour and a small fee applies. Heartlands is a top Cornwall visitor attraction, steeped in history. Read more about Heartlands

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

January 2017

One of the great things to do in Cornwall in January is visit one of Cornwall's leading attractions, the Cornish Seal Sanctuary. Seal mating season begins around September time, this also coincides with rougher seas and storms approaching. What this means is that during this time we get a lot of seal pup call outs. The BDMLR, the RSPCA and the Cornish Seal Sanctuary rescue between 40 and 60 pups each year. As the leading Seal Rescue Centre in Europe and the only one in Cornwall we then become home to these pups while they are rehabilitated until they are ready for release. The team here provides round-the-clock care throughout the 'pup rescue season' (usually September - March) to get them back to full health so they can go back out into the wild where they should be. Our hospital and pools will be full and it's the perfect time to for a visit. The Seal Sanctuary is dog friendly.

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Helston, Cornwall TR12 6UG - West Cornwall

Throughout January 2017

Winter Escapes return to the fabulous Gurnards from 2nd January 2017. Set up on the stunning Cornish coastline above Zennor the Gurnards Head provides top class accommodation in Cornwall with great rooms, luxury linen and views over the surrounding countryside. Open fires will greet you and the Gurnard's Head has an excellent reputation for providing high quality, locally sourced food. From £145 per couple including a delicious dinner the Winter Escape offer is available throughout January through to 23rd March excluding Fridays & Saturdays. The Gurnard's head also offers quality dog friendly accommodation in Cornwall. Read More about The Gurnard's Head Zennor

The Gurnard's Head, Zennor, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Until 30th April 2017

Sculpture exhibition event Cornwall at the National Maritime Museum by their first ever 'artist in residence. Rob Johnsey, a boatbuilder and sculptor, is a long serving and dedicated member of the Museum team, having volunteered for our Boat Collection team for over 10 years. The exhibition is called 'Skeleton - New sculptures inspired by old boats' and is a solo show of new sculptural works inspired by historic boats and other forms in the Museum's collections. Rob works mostly in wood and the exhibition provides a tactile and visually appealing experience, and a new way to engage with historic boats from Cornwall and around the world, showcasing Rob's skill and artistic flair with wood and 3-D forms. It also takes a look at the process of making sculpture. All works are available for sale.

Read More About the Award Winning National Maritime Museum Falmouth

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Every Thursday commencing 9th January 2017

Every Thursday commencing on the 9th January 2017 there will be an Art History and Appreciation Course - The History of Newlyn School Art from 1900 - 1940 With art historian and NADFAS lecturer Catherine Wallace. Info & bookings: talks@cathwallace.co.uk or 01326 618914 or 07974995085.

Cornwall's Regimental Museum, The Keep, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 1EG - North Cornwall

Tuesday 10th January 2017 7.30 -9.30pm

Cornwall Garden Society Evening Lecture In Designing with Snowdrops, award winning horticultural journalist and author, Naomi Slade will consider ways of using Galanthus in gardens large and small, and explore their species as well as cultivars that perform well. There will also be an opportunity to purchase plants from a local nursery after the lecture. Admission is free for Cornwall Garden Society members. Non-members are warmly welcome. Donations are gratefully received. Email membership@cornwallgardensociety.org.uk for any further information.

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The Alverton, Tregolls Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 1ZQ  - 

Wednesday 11th January 2017 2.30 - 4.30pm

In Inspiring Orchards, award winning horticultural journalist and author, Naomi Slade will maintain that everyone can have an orchard, no matter how busy or short of space they are. Covering fruit in the environment, orchard heritage and the role of trees in the garden and landscape, this lecture will link to her recently published book, An Orchard Odyssey. There will be an opportunity to purchase plants from a local nursery afterwards. Admission is free for Cornwall Garden Society members. Non-members are warmly welcome. Donations are gratefully received. Email membership@cornwallgardensociety.org.uk for any further information.

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Trethorne Leisure Park, Kennards House, Launceston PL15 8QE - North Cornwall

Saturday January 14th 2017

Fund raising dog friendly event in Cornwall to raise much needed funds for local charity K9 Crusaders who work tirelessly to help dogs in need in Cornwall. Have fun at the dog show, various classes, £1 per class - more details see the K9 Crusaders website

www.caninecrusaders.org.uk

Perranarwothal Village Hall, Perranaworthal, Cornwall TR3 7JU - West Cornwall

Saturday 14th January 2017 10am to 4pm

A great family friendly event in Cornwall at the Regimental Museum. Experience living history of the Waterloo era at Cornwall's Regimental Museum inside Bodmin's Historic Army Keep. Meet the soldiers of the 32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot as they recreate garrison life of the early 1800's. See their musket drill and musket firing displays. A memorial volley will be fired at 12 noon to mark 207 years since the death of Sir John Moore, founder of the Light Infantry. Warming refreshments available. Usual admission rates apply. Dogs are welcome as usual, however please note that there may be loud noises. Read more about Cornwall's Regimental Museum

Cornwall Regimental Museum, The Keep, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 1EG - North Cornwall

Sunday 15th January 2017

Cornwall Beach Clean event organised by The Wave Project at Fistral Beach, Newquay. Sunday 15th January 2017 11-12 noon. www.waveproject.co.uk/cornwall

Fistral Beach, Newquay, Cornwall - North Cornwall

Sunday 15th January 2017

Landscape Photography event in Cornwall organised by Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Taking place within the stunning coastline of West Cornwall this event will provides opportunities for photographing landscape, seascape, wildlife, birds,rock formations, sea life in pools and on rocks. Meet in the car park at Tregiffian. This event runs from 11.30 am to 5.30 pm, giving an opportunity to photograph one of the stunning sunsets which Sennen is famous for (weather permitting). Cost is £2 donation to Cornwall Wildlife Trust. This is a family friendly Cornwall event which is suitable for all ages although please note the cliff path has uneven steps and is quite steep. Contact Tel 07790 613786 or 07746 083422

www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk

Gwynver Beach and Sennen Cove Cornwall - West Cornwall

Monday 16th & Saturday 21st January 2017

LITTLE HARBOUR PUBLIC OPEN DAYS. Visit the beautiful children's hospice in St Austell for a full tour of the house and gardens (no families will be in residence on these days). Hear about the fantastic work of Children's Hospice South West in supporting local families in Cornwall with life-limited children. Booking is essential - please call 01726 871800 to arrange a suitable time.

chsw.org.uk

Little Harbour, Porthpean Road, Porthpean, St Austell, Cornwall PL26 6AZ - South East Cornwall

17th January 2017

Coffee Morning event right by the water's edge at the Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth. With fabulous views over Falmouth harbour the Greenbank Hotel is a lovely place to enjoy a morning coffee and delicious cake whilst raising money for Cornwall Hospice Care, a great excuse to indulge yourself! Read more about The Greenbank Hotel Falmouth

The Greenbank Hotel, The Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 2SR - West Cornwall

Thursday 19th January 2017

Farmers market event St Ives Cornwall every Thursday throughout the year. St Ives Farmers Market is a community venture to help make fresh local produce available in St Ives, Cornwall. The market runs every Thursday throughout the year at The Guildhall, Street an Pol, St Ives which is in the town centre, next door to the Visitor Information Centre. Opening times are 9.30am until 2.00pm. At the market you can find a wide range of local food to meet your needs, including meats, vegetables and baked goods depending on who trades on a particular day and what is in season. St Ives Farmers Market is a dog friendly event in Cornwall

stivesfarmersmarket.co.uk

St Ives Guildhall, Street-an-Pol, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2DS - West Cornwall

Saturday 21st January 2017

Things to do in Cornwall with your unwanted Christmas Presents. Radio Cornwall will be hosting its annual Present Aid event in Truro, Cornwall on Saturday 21st January 2017. See the Radio Cornwall Facebook page for further details https://www.facebook.com/BBCRadioCornwall

Lemon Quay, Truro, Cornwall - 

Saturday 21st January 2017

Whats on for foodies this weekend in Cornwall. Pendeen Farmers Market brings together local producers in West Cornwall who provide affordable food from producers who care. This is a twice monthly food event in Cornwall run by volunteers and offers quality fresh, seasonal food on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from 10am to 1pm. Parking is easy and free and the local buses stop near by. In the summer the famous open top bus (Explorer 300) stops in Pendeen. You can hop off, shop and then hop on the next bus. Easy! It is held in The Centre of Pendeen (the modern building opposite the school on the B3306 St Just to St Ives road). Centre of Pendeen tel 01736 786776

Read more about Pendeen Farmers Market Cornwall

The Centre of Pendeen, Pendeen, Cornwall TR19 7SE - West Cornwall

27th - 29th January 2017

Acclaimed wildlife photographer Jose B Ruis will give three talks this weekend on behalf of Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Ruis has some great photographs of all types of animals and birds both in the countryside and underwater life. He will be speaking at Wadbridge Town Hall on Friday, at Cuddra WI Hall, St Austell on Saturday and at Chacewater Village Hall on Sunday. Talks begin at 7pm. Tickets are £5, proceeds to Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Contact Dave Thomas at davecarp86@hotmail.com

www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk

Wadebridge, St Austell & Chacewater - 

Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th January 2017 from 10am

Things to do in Cornwall this weekend for those interested in holistic and spiritual health and well being. Heartlands at Pool near Redruth, Cornwall is hosting a healing light festival event in Cornwall over the weekend of 28th and 29th January. There will be Tarot readings, Mediums, associated craft stalls selling crystals dream catchers, wands, Ethnic Clothing, Incense, Candles, Buddhas, Books, Herbs, Crystal Skulls, Jewellery, angel products, Artists, Psychic Artists, Skin Care, Nutrition, Photographic Art, Fairies and much more. FREE talks and workshops,face painting and children's crafts. Entrance £2, under 16s free. This Cornwall event supports Rav enswell raising money for a wildlife hospital in Cornwall. Cornwall Wildlife Trust will also be in attendance.

Read more about Heartlands

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

29th January 2017 10am to 12

St Agnes Marine Conservation Group are organising a beach clean at Porthtowan Beach on Sunday 29 January 2017. For further information please contact Clean Cornwall @ cleancornwall.org or www.st-agnesvmca.org.uk

Porthtowan Beach, Porthtowan, Cornwall - West Cornwall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of What's On for January in Cornwall 2016

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January 2016

Check out our exciting new surfside property in Polzeath. So new, it's still being built! We are giving you a sneak peek at what it's going to look like with these architects renders. At Corduroy the shore will feel close at hand with panoramic sea views, not to mention you will be only minutes from sand and surf. Book now and be the first to stay at Corduroy. Special Offer - book your holiday in a peak week at Corduroy in Polzeath and you will get a third off the price of an off peak week! More about Latitude50 Self Catering Accommodation Cornwall

Polzeath Cornwall - North Cornwall

Friday 8th January 2016 12.30 to 2.30

Looking for things to do in Cornwall this week and want to do something to help the Cornish landscape? Join the National Trust team and get some fresh air as well as helping keep Chapel Porth Beach clean and beautiful. Join their monthly beach cleans and see what weird and wonderful things wash up on the beach. They supply gloves, bags and litter pickers. With a free drink for beach cleaners afterwards at Chapel Porth Cafe. Image NTI/John Millar.

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Chapel Porth Beach, St Agnes, Cornwall - North Cornwall

Saturday 9th January 2016 13.00

Nos Lowen Degol Stul, Afestival of Cornish Music and Dance for Twelfth Night at Heartlands, Pool, Cornwall. Nos lowen is a style of Cornish social dancing which has its roots firmly in the traditional Celtic dances of Cornwall UK. There will be singing of Cornish Songs, Music for Mixed Instruments, Accompanying Celtic Music with Steve Hunt and Exploring new Nos Lowen Dances. Read more about Heartlands

Heartlands, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Thursday 14th January 2016

Farmers market in St Ives Cornwall every Thursday throughout the year at the Guildhall in St Ives. St Ives Farmers Market is a community venture to help make fresh local produce available in St Ives, Cornwall. Opening times are 9.30am until 2.00pm. At the market you can find a wide range of local food to meet your needs, including meats, vegetables and baked goods depending on who trades on a particular day and what is in season.

Read more about St Ives Farmers Market Event in Cornwall

St Ives Guildhall, Street-an-Pol, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2DS - West Cornwall

21st January 2016 11am - 3pm

What's on in Cornwall for those seeking an outdoor activity to support a good cause. the National Trust is holding a volunteer day at Cotehele, St Dominick, South East Cornwall and invite you to let them fill your leisure time in 2016 whilst you help them look after Cotehele. Join them for a chat, tea and cake and to meet the team. Free. Image © National Trust Images/Carol Drake

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

National Trust Cotehele, St Dominic, Cornwall - South East Cornwall

Every Wednesday

Dog Walking on Wednesday at Cafe Mylor - Join a social walking session every Wednesday with canine accompaniments. Bring your Dogs and your friends! For just £5.50 you can join us at Cafe Mylor with a cup of organic tea or filter coffee and a breakfast bap (1 Item) then take your dogs off on one of the most scenic circular walks around the shores of the Carrick Roads to Flushing. Throw in a treat for your dog as well and maybe recharge at the cafe for lunch too! Join in this sociable dog friendly event in Cornwall and let you dog meet some new friends too! Read more about Cafe Mylor

Cafe Mylor, Mylor Yacht Harbour, Cornwall TR11 5UF - West Cornwall

27th January 2016

Great family event in Cornwall. An hour of creative play, stories and craft activities for under-fives. The Museum's Learning Centre is transformed into a multi-sensory play area for our free family drop-in sessions. FREE with Museum entrance ticket. Call 01326 214535 for details.

Read More About the Award Winning National Maritime Museum Falmouth

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall - West Cornwall

27th January 6.30pm

Part of the Late Lecture Series at the Maritime Museum. During his 50 year career, former national and local BBC radio personality and Cornish treasure Ted Gundry used his tape recorder to capture the words and voices of Cornish folk, amassing a huge archive of unique recordings and interviews. Join Ted for a magical evening where he will take you on an audio journey through time, sharing the occasionally humorous and emotional stories of Cornish seafaring folk. Tickets £7. Please call 01326 214546 for bookings. Doors & bar open from 5.30pm

Read More About the Award Winning National Maritime Museum Falmouth

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Saturday 30th January 2016 9am to 10am

Family fun event in Cornwall for all the family at one of the leading Cornwall attractions. The National Trust's Lanhydrock is organising a series of Park runs. A free family friendly 5k run, suitable for everybody. It's not a race but a timed run and is open to all. Organised by volunteer marshals a great way to get back into the running shoes. Dog friendly event in Cornwall, dogs on leads are welcome. Image © National Trust Images/Rupert Truman

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Lanhydrock, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 5AD - North Cornwall

Daily at 12 noon each day

The pumping engine at Robinson's Shaft is a gloriously well preserved example of a Cornish engine. It worked at this site between 1903 and 1955. The engine was designed by Captain Samuel Grose, a pupil of Richard Trevithick, and was built by Sandys Vivian and Co. at the Copperhouse Foundry, one of the two major engineering works at Hayle. Robinson's Engine stopped working at 1.15pm on 1 May 1955, the last Cornish Engine to work on a Cornish Mine. Robinson's Engine is currently undergoing more restoration work (it's a bit like painting the Forth Bridge), but you can still go on guided tours to see this magnificent engine. Engine House tours are once a day at 12 noon. Please book your space on the tour at the Visitor Centre on arrival at Heartlands. Please note there are only 12 spaces per tour and a small fee applies. Heartlands is a top Cornwall visitor attraction, steeped in history. Read more about Heartlands

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

Saturday 30th January 2016

One of the things to do in Cornwall this weekend for lovers of good music. Mullion cello group presents a 'Cello Extravaganza at Mullion Methodist Church On Saturday 30th January. From 7pm refreshments - 8pm concert. Tickets from the stewards or on the door £6, children free. All proceeds for Lizard Lifeboat and Age Concern. For more information Tel Rev Steve Swann 240200

Mullion Methodist Church, Mullion, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Sunday 31st January 2015

Community event in Cornwall clearing the beach at Tregantle of microplastics. Tregantle beach, along with many others in our area and Cornwall, has been covered in microplastics over the past few weeks. Microplastics are really hard to remove - but deadly for wildlife. The MoD contractors focus on removing the large pieces of plastic waste, so let's see what we can do about picking up as much as possible of this tiny stuff. If you can, please bring a dustpan and brush - one of the best ways of picking up this stuff (as long as you brush gently and don't get panfuls of sand!!). We'll bring some sieves and tubs too. Meet at 2pm at the gate from the road down to the beach. All equipment provided (apart from pans and brushes!) The forecast is looking pretty grim but your help would be much appreciated if you can spare an hour! http://www.ramepbc.org

Tregantle Beach, Whitsand Bay, Cornwall - South East Cornwall

 

 

 

List of What's On for January in Cornwall 2015

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To January 5th 2015

Family Christmas event in Cornwall. Mr Grinling, the lighthouse keeper, has lost his Christmas baskets. Can you help him find them before the seagulls eat his Christmas dinner?

More about Falmouth Cornwall

nmmc.co.uk

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall - West Cornwall

1st January 2015

New Year's Day Brunch at Cafe Mylor - a great thing to do over Christmas in Cornwall. Mylor Harbour is always a great place for a walk to burn off a little of the seasonal excesses and take in some scenic fresh air. Why not stretch those legs, take a break from the cooking and join them at Cafe Mylor for brunch. Excellent if you are looking for things to do on New Years Day in Cornwall. Brunch served 11.00am to 3.00pm. Bookings are being taken and so book to avoid disappointment. Cafe Mylor is a dog friendly cafe in Cornwall and so dogs can come along to enjoy the fun. Biscuits and water bowls are on hand for their refreshment.

Read more about Cafe Mylor

Mylor Yacht Harbour - West Cornwall

To 30th January 2015

Whats on in Cornwall for art lovers. Heartlands near Redruth, Cornwall are holding their Sleeping Giants art exhibition until the end of January 2015. Featuring Lesley Goodman Thomas, Artist, Graham May - Fear of the Dark Photography and Nick Dunstan (Kernow Quill), Poet. This event in Cornwall takes place daily from 10 am in the Glass Atrium, Chi an Bobel at Heartlands. Free entry! Refreshments available from the Red River Cafe which is open daily from 10am til 4pm.

Read more about Heartlands and Red River Cafe

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

There will be no ice rink behind the cathedral for the 2014 season.

www.iceskatetruro.co.uk

Truro Cornwall - North Cornwall

Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd January 2015

Whats on in Cornwall today for those who love live theatre. Miracle Theatre present Dr Livingston, I Presume? in a variety of venues acroos Cornwall. This winter Miracle deftly combines its own inimitable style with the wonder of Victorian Music Hall to tell the story of one man's obsession to discover the source of the Nile and transform an entire continent single-handedly - AND of a woman left behind. Both a hurrah to courage and endurance and a swipe at the great 19th century ideals of imperialism, chauvinism and hypocrisy, this curious slice of history is served up in a gloriously haphazard spectacle! An evening of entertainment and musical gaiety that will genuinely enthrall audiences of all generations. BRAVO!

Tel: 01326 319461

www.thepoly.org

The Poly, 24 Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 3EG - West Cornwall

7th January 2015 7.30pm

Whats on in Cornwall today for those who love live theatre. Miracle Theatre present Dr Livingston, I Presume? in a variety of venues acroos Cornwall. This winter Miracle deftly combines its own inimitable style with the wonder of Victorian Music Hall to tell the story of one man's obsession to discover the source of the Nile and transform an entire continent single-handedly - AND of a woman left behind. Both a hurrah to courage and endurance and a swipe at the great 19th century ideals of imperialism, chauvinism and hypocrisy, this curious slice of history is served up in a gloriously haphazard spectacle! An evening of entertainment and musical gaiety that will genuinely enthrall audiences of all generations. BRAVO!

Contact Wadebridge Town Hall or www.crbo.co.uk

Wadebridge Town Hall, The Platt, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7AQ - North Cornwall

Saturday 10th January 2015 7pm

What's on in Cornwall for those who like a varied performance of live music, words and film. Brought to you by Carn to Cove. In the summer of 1850, Wilkie Collins, hoping to make his name as a writer, commenced a walking-for-pleasure tour of Cornwall, which resulted in his book Rambles Beyond Railways. In 2013, Jak Stringer retraced his footsteps, with the aim of bringing stories from his forgotten book alive once more and creating a performance that intertwines the life of Collins with a snapshot of Victorian Cornwall. This show combines contemporary live performance, original music and film to make an interesting, humorous and informative production.

carntocove.co.uk

Praa Sands Community Centre, Praa Sands, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Saturday 10th January 2015

Exciting film event in Cornwall for cinema goers. The Cinema by the Sea in Looe Cornwall is showing Macbeth. When three witches tell Macbeth that he is destined to occupy the throne of Scotland, he and his wife choose to become the instruments of their fate and to kill the first man standing in their path, the virtuous King Duncan. But to maintain his position, Macbeth must keep on killing - first Banquo, his old comrade-in-arms; then, as the atmosphere of guilt and paranoia thickens, anyone who seems to threaten his tyrant's crown. Doors open 6.30pm. Film starts 7.00pm, sorry no late admittance. Tickets from

www.cinemabythesea.org.uk

Cinema by the Sea, The Community Hall, Trewint Crescent, Barbican, Looe, Cornwall - South East Cornwall

13 and 15 January 2015

What's on in Cornwall today for those who love gardening. Apple Tree Pruning Workshops are being held at Cotehele National Trust property nr St Dominick, Cornwall (image © NTI/Jo Whitworth). Dates. 13 January 2015 10.30am and 15 January 2015 10.30am Price. All Tickets £15. Booking Essential.

Read more about this event, view contact details and information on National Trust Attractions Cornwall

Cotehele, St Dominick, near Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 6TA - South East Cornwall

13 January 2015 12pm

National Trust Event in Cornwall at Trelissick Garden. Robin Hanbury-Tenison was one of the first post war travellers to go round the world photographing tribal people and the places where they lived. A long lost archive of his early photographs was exhibited at the National Theatre in 2013 and has also since been on show in other venues across the UK. Dates 13 January 2015 12:00pm Price: All Tickets £17.50 (each) Booking Essential. Image © NTPL/Andrew Butler

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Trelissick Garden, Feock, near Truro, Cornwall, TR3 6QL - West Cornwall

Wednesday 14th January 2015 7.30pm

Whats on in Cornwall today for those who love live theatre. Miracle Theatre present Dr Livingston, I Presume? in a variety of venues acroos Cornwall. This winter Miracle deftly combines its own inimitable style with the wonder of Victorian Music Hall to tell the story of one man's obsession to discover the source of the Nile and transform an entire continent single-handedly - AND of a woman left behind. Both a hurrah to courage and endurance and a swipe at the great 19th century ideals of imperialism, chauvinism and hypocrisy, this curious slice of history is served up in a gloriously haphazard spectacle! An evening of entertainment and musical gaiety that will genuinely enthrall audiences of all generations. BRAVO!

Tel: 01736 796297

St Ives Guildhall, Street-an-Pol, St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2DS  - West Cornwall

Thursday 15th January 2015

Beach clean event in Cornwall organised by Beachcare Southwest. Meet in the car park at Polzeath Beach in North Cornwall for this month's beach clean. You are invited to come along and help out.

www.cleancornwall.org

Polzeath Beach, Polzeath, Cornwall PL27 6SS - North Cornwall

Thursday 15th January 2015

One of the things to do in Cornwall this week for those who may have valuables in the attic! Flog It is coming to the Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Cornwall. Doors open 10 - 4.30. Everyone who attends on Thursday will be given a free valuation, even if their antiques are not chosen to go forward for auction. Everyone who attends will be given a free valuation whether or not their items are chosen to go forward to auction.

Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Friday 16th January 2015

fun party family event in Cornwall. Mr Bones Presents, the Quirky Cafe house band will host this very special party to celebrate 8 wonderful years of the Melting Pot Cafe. Also some talented guests will further entertain you as you enjoy a full buffet style meal, all included in the price so book early. Doors open 7pm Tickets £10 (includes food). Children under 13 get in FREE

The Melting Pot Cafe Tel 07915 252757, www.themeltingpotcafe.co.uk

The Melting Pot Cafe, The Old Grammar School, West Park, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3AJ  - West Cornwall

To 30th January 2015

Whats on in Cornwall for art lovers. Heartlands near Redruth, Cornwall are holding their Sleeping Giants art exhibition until the end of January 2015. Featuring Lesley Goodman Thomas, Artist, Graham May - Fear of the Dark Photography and Nick Dunstan (Kernow Quill), Poet. This event in Cornwall takes place daily from 10 am in the Glass Atrium, Chi an Bobel at Heartlands. Free entry! Refreshments available from the Red River Cafe which is open daily from 10am til 4pm

Read more about Heartlands and Red River Cafe

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

Sunday 18th January 2015

What's on in Cornwall for jazz lovers. Live music event for Sunday Lunch at the Tolcarne Inn in Newlyn. Gorgeous jazz from the Johanna Graham Duo (with Martin Bowie). every Sunday, 1-3pm.

Tolcarne Inn tel 01736 363074

Tolcarne Inn, Tolcarne Place, Newlyn, Penzance, Cornwall TR18 5PR  - West Cornwall

20 January 2015 12.00

Nationa Trust event in Cornwall at Trelissick Gardens near Truro. Join Trelissick's Head Gardener Tom Clarke fresh from his most recent adventures looking for rare plants in the little known and mysterious Indian state of Arunashal Pradesh deep inside the eastern Himalayan Mountains. Booking Essential 01872 861032 Email: alice.watts@nationaltrust.org.uk. Image ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Trelissick Garden, Feok, Truro, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Tuesday January 20th 2015 7.30pm

A Local History talk, brought to you by Falmouth Local History and Research Group. A presentation by Kingsley Rickard - Cornish expert in industrial history, author, Gorseth Bard, and Vice President of the Trevithick Society. An opportunity to find out about the history of tin mining in Cornwall and the significance of King Edward Mine, now a designated World Heritage Site and mining museum. Be early for a drink and get comfy seats! Bar open from 7pm. Early booking advised - this event is limited to 35 seats. Tickets £5, £4 concessions (plus Ply fund £1)

The Poly, Falmouth Tel 01326 319461

www.thepoly.org

The Poly, 24 Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 3EG - West Cornwall

Thursday 22nd January 2015 7.30pm

Bishop Tim will talk about the challenge faced by the institutional church, and reflect on our roots in Celtic Christianity. He will outline some hopeful signs for the Christian Church in the future. This talk is the 2015 Annual Paul Smales Lecture. The first Paul Smale's lecture was given in 1994 in memory of a man who made a great contribution to many Cornish institutions and was a friend of The Poly. The evening starts at 7.30 p.m., with a reception for Bishop Tim, to be held in our Main Gallery, to which all are invited. This will be followed by the talk, at 8.00 p.m.

www.thepoly.org

The Poly, Falmouth - West Cornwall

Friday 23rd January 2015

Whats on in Cornwall this weekend - Calstock Arts present a welcome return for the Tavy Tars, now in their second decade of singing together. The Tars have been venturing further afield with their rollicking shanties and songs of the sea. Over the years they have developed strong links with the RNLI and are donating 50% of the proceeds of their new CD to the organisation, as well as all contributions to the bucket for the band. Doors 7.30pm, start time 8.30pm. Free entry, donations in bucket please for the RNLI. Chatty atmosphere. A great musical fund raising event in Cornwall in aid of a very good cause

tel: 01822 833183 e-mail: mail@calstockarts.org

www.calstockarts.org

Calstock Arts, The Old Chapel, Sand Lane, Calstock, Cornwall PL18 9QX - Mid Cornwall

Friday 23rd January 2015 8pm

If you are looking for things to do in Cornwall this week and enjoy comedy Helston-Lizard Rotary Club are holding an evening of entertainment with Johnny Cowling at Flambards near Helston, Cornwall. Raffle, Bar. Tickets £10 including pasty supper. Available from Wearnes the Jewellers, Dales the Butchers, Breage Post Office or telephone 07860 923931

The Kingsford Suite, Flambards, Helston, Cornwall - West Cornwall

Friday 23rd January 2015 19.30

Live music event in Cornwall. The People's String Foundation mix passionate theatrics with an Urban Gypsy sound. The band is led by Ben Sutcliffe whose virtuoso violin styles have landed him to play with the likes of Ralph McTell, The Levellers, The Stranglers, The Yardbirds, The 3 Daft Monkeys, and Gary Stringer from Reef. Mixing artisan flavours with world grooves and a band that expands into a 24 piece Orchestra, The People's String Foundation are fast being recognized as the heavyweights of the South West. One of the great live music things to do in Cornwall. Tickets available from crbo.

www.crbo.co.uk tel 01726 879 500

Helland Village Hall, Helland, Cornwall PL30 4PX - South East Cornwall

Saturday 24th January 2015 8pm

If you are wondering whats on in Penzance Cornwall this weekend and love soul music look no further than the Acorn Centre, Penzance. The Falmouth Soul Sensation are returning to The Acorn after their highly successful Penzance debut there last January. This year their benefit gig is in aid of the Jubilee Pool restoration fund. They are an exciting 12-piece local danceband, playing the best of classic 60's soul music from Booker T and Aretha to Sam and Dave, Otis and Wilson Pickett. Tickets from Acorn Box Office or

www.crbo.co.uk

This gig is in aid of our beautiful Jubilee Pool to support the restoration work Read more about Jubilee Pool Penzance

The Acorn Penzance Tel 01736 363545

theacornpenzance.com

The Acorn, Parade Street, Penzance Cornwall TR18 4BU - West Cornwall

Saturday 24th January 2015 7pm - 10pm

The Healing Light Festival is proud to present An Evening of Clairvoyance and Trance Mediumship with Debbie Clayton - International Clairvoyant and Angie Kruger - Trance Medium on Saturday 24 January 2015 from 7 pm to 10 pm. This event in Cornwall will take place in the Red River Cafe at Heartlands, Pool near Redruth, Cornwall. Tickets £10, from 01209 212662 or 01209 211699, advance booking essential.

Read more about Heartlands

Heartlands, Robinson's Shaft, Dudnance Lane, Pool, Redruth, Cornwall TR15 3QY - West Cornwall

Saturday 24th January 2015

Thinking of going to college and looking for things to do in Cornwall? Cornwall College are running a series of information days and invite you to "Talk to tutors about our wide range of courses. Tour the campus and see our great facilities. Meet current students and find out about student life. Find out about transport, finance and student support. At Cornwall College we offer the widest range of courses and qualifications - Diplomas, Practical Skills Training, Apprenticeships, Foundation Degrees, Honours Degrees, Professional Qualifications, Postgraduate Study. Please call 0845 60 50 455 to find out which campus to visit for your chosen course area. These events in Cornwall run from 10:00 - 12:00

www.cornwall.ac.uk

Duchy College, Stoke Climsland, Callington, Cornwall - South East Cornwall

Wednesday 28th January 2015 17.00 - 18.00

Lecture by Jesse Leroy Smith, an artist based in Newlyn and Birmigham. More info at

www.falmouth.ac.uk

Lecture Theatre, Falmouth University, Falmouth Campus Wood Lane, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4RH - West Cornwall

Thursday 29th to Friday 30th January 2015

A film event in Cornwall showing Falmouth and the Great War a documentary filmed by students and academics of the University of Exeter and Falmouth University based at Penryn. The film follows the stories of many of those from Falmouth who fought for their country in the First World War. Filmed on location in France, Belgium and in the UK this film shows the many ways in which Falmouth's men fought across the world, whether in the trenches of northern Europe, in the air above the battlefields or at sea as part of the Royal and Merchant Navies. Presented by Louis Allen, President of the History Society at the Penryn campus, and directed by Dr John Ault there will also be a question and answer session on both evenings with the team that made the film lasting approximately 30 minutes. The first night (29th January) will be the first official public screening and will be preceded by a VIP 'World Premiere' reception starting at 6.30pm. Ticket prices: £5 full /£4 concessions + £1 towards Poly Fund per ticket

The Poly Falmouth Tel 01326 319461 www.thepoly.org

Falmouth Poly, 24 Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 3EG - West Cornwall

Friday 30th January 2015 18.30

Following the success of her solo show 'Oh Mary', Bec Applebee is creating a new theatrical venture 'The Ugly Sisters' a fun filled family show based around the characters from the Cinderella story. Using a combination of original live music, dance and comedy the show takes a satirical look at media driven photo-shopped ideals of beauty and questions - who really is the Ugly Sister? How far will some girls go to get the attention of the prince and how much plastic and elastic can one girl use to get the perfect look? Is it possible to be happy as you are? And can our country girl in wellies win the day? Tickets available from Millbrook Village Hall or www.crbo.co.uk

Landewednack Community Hall, Cornwall TR12 7PB - West Cornwall

Saturday 31st January 2015 7.30

Following the success of her solo show 'Oh Mary', Bec Applebee is creating a new theatrical venture 'The Ugly Sisters' a fun filled family show based around the characters from the Cinderella story. Using a combination of original live music, dance and comedy the show takes a satirical look at media driven photo-shopped ideals of beauty and questions - who really is the Ugly Sister? How far will some girls go to get the attention of the prince and how much plastic and elastic can one girl use to get the perfect look? Is it possible to be happy as you are? And can our country girl in wellies win the day?

Millbrook Village Hall or www.crbo.co.uk

Milbrook Village Hall, The Parade, Millbrook, Cornwall PL10 1AY - South East Cornwall

Saturday 31st January 2015

Ska music and dance event in Cornwall. Shrug off the winter blues, dig out your dancing shoes and celebrate that January is over, and spring is on the way. Ska Party with the Skata Tones and DJ Dave Stone starts at 8.30pm and goes on until 1am. so, if you are wondering whats on in Cornwall this weekend and are in the Bude area get your dancing shoes on and get along to the Falcon Hotel. Tickets £7 available from Bude Surf Cabin and The Falcon Hotel. In aid of BAAM Summer Festival.

The Falcon Hotel Bude Tel 01288 352005, www.falconhotel.com or http://budeartsandmusic.org/

Falcon Hotel, Breakwater Road, Bude, Cornwall EX23 8SD - North Cornwall

Saturday 31st January 2015

This live theatre event in Cornwall is brought to you by Carn to Cove and the Rabbit Theatre. The team that brought you the award-winning Great Expectations have got their teeth into Bram Stoker's classic tale of the vampire. Writer Andrew McPherson, director Simon Harvey and 'outrageously versatile' performer David Mynne bring you Dracula! Be warned: this monstrous, disturbing (and completely batty) tale of dark deeds and the UnDead will thrill and seduce you. Tickets available from www.crbo.co.uk. Tel 01726 879500

Blisland Village Hall, Blissland, Nr Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 4JS - North Cornwall

Saturday 31st January 2015 11am to 3pm

K9 Crusaders who work tirelessley for dogs in need in Cornwall may be down but they are not out! this Hobo Dog Show is being arranged to raised much needed funds for vets bills. All classes £1. A fun dog show in id of a very good cause - go along and show your support for dogs in Cornwall. To register for any events visit the K9 Crusaders Website. Event stats 11am.

www.caninecrusaders.org.uk

Mills Hall, Carharrack, Cornwall TR16 5QW - West Cornwall

Saturday 31st January 2015

One of the things to do in Cornwall this weekend if you enjoy sporting events is go along to the St Agnes ABC Boxing Tournament. In addition to the boxing there will be a raffle, bar and refreshments. This event in Cornwall is in aid of Children's Hospice South West. Tickets adults £10, under 16s £5, available from St Agnes Hotel 01872 552307, Jan Dent (Secretary) 01637 850169 or Club Members.

chsw.org.uk

The Sports Hub, Treviglas Community College, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 3JA - North Cornwall