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More details - Tintagel Old Post Office - Heritage Open Days
Free entry to the house and garden for all as part of a nationwide celebration of heritage (voucher required). To celebrate Heritage Open Days 2019, Tintagel Old Post Office is offering a voucher entitling free entry to the house and garden any day between 13-22 September 2019.
Tintagel Old Post Office, Fore Street, Tintagel,
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Port Quin - Polzeath Mega Beach Clean
Help Polzeath Beachcare, National Trust and the Polzeath Marine Conservation Group volunteers clean the beautiful beaches at Polzeath. For more info ring 07779 896650. Booking Not Needed.
Port Quin

More details - Newquay Beer Festival
With a new site layout at the five-star Hendra Holiday Park, more undercover provision, two music stages and over 100 beers and ciders (at least 50 of each), the family and dog friendly festival is sure to raise a smile.
Hendra Holiday Park, Newquay
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Tintagel Old Post Office - If walls could talk
What would the walls of the house tell us if they could talk' Discover snapshots of people associated with this house and garden over the years, from former residents and staff to present day staff and volunteers who care for this place. Booking Not Needed. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Tintagel Old Post Office, Fore Street, Tintagel,
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Glendurgan Garden - Beach Cleans
Soak in fantastic views and fresh air whilst helping to keep our beautiful beaches along the Helford River clean. We meet seasonally on a Sunday morning to carry out beach cleans in the North Helford countryside. Gloves, bags and litter-pickers are provided.
Glendurgan Garden, Mawnan Smith, near Falmouth,

More details - Whitegold Festival of Clay 2019
The 2019 Whitegold Festival takes place in St Austell town centre on Saturday, September 21. The Festival celebrates all-things clay from Cornish craft artists to brass bands, street performances, workshops and artist demonstrations, dramatic kiln firings, and cooking in a traditional clay oven.
White River Place, St Austell

More details - Circus Funtasia
Circus Funtasia is back in Pool from 18th-22nd September, and it’s bigger and better than ever! This phenomenal live show goes beyond all your expectations, and proves that the circus isn’t just for kids.
Pool Market, Station Road, Pool
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Lanhydrock - Lanhydrock 10
The Lanhydrock 10 multi-terrain race will take place this year on Saturday 21st September. Booking will open soon on the Lanhydrock events page. The Lanhydrock 10 multi-terrain race will take place this year on Saturday 21st September. Booking will open soon on the Lanhydrock events page. Booking Not Needed.
Lanhydrock, Bodmin

More details - Gwynngala Exhibition of Paintings, Ceramics and Sculpture at Rock
Gwynngala’s talented artists are mainly drawn from North Cornwall. Work on the walls ranges from delicious textiles, through abstract and semi-abstract landscapes to paintings of beautiful birds and lovely realisations of local landscapes.
Rock Institute, Rock
Today to Wed 25 Sep

More details - Liskeard Unlocked - The Liskeard & District Museum
Heritage Open Day: Wham Bam Drama Club will be performing part of their Children’s Strike promenade play twice during the day here and in preparation for this the Museum will have a Caradon Miners Strike exhibition for the month of September (Separate listing for play) Booking for the play required.
Liskeard & District Museum, Foresters Hall, 1 Pike Street, Liskeard

More details - Southgate Arch
Heritage Open Day: Southgate Arch is the only remaining Medieval gateway of the three original gated entries into the old walled town of Launceston and also formed part of the old town wall. It was used as a prison between 1381 and 1884. Southgate Arch is a Medieval arch in the town of Launceston in Cornwall.
Southgate Arch, Southgate Street, Launceston

More details - St Dominic church
Heritage Open Day: See the 13th century grade 1 listed church dedicated to St Dominica, a Celtic saint who is reputed to have sailed up the river Tamar with her brother. Discover special architecture, and the beautiful Tamar Valley.
St Dominic Church, St Dominick, Saltash

More details - Cotehele - Apple festival at Cotehele
Join us as we celebrate the apple harvest at Cotehele. You’ll get to see the Victorian cider press in action; there’ll be tastings, displays, guided orchard tours, children’s activities and more.
Cotehele, St Dominick, near Saltash,
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Big Beach Clean
Help us keep the shores clean this summer! These FREE events will give you the chance to help the environment and learn more about local species, biodiversity and the shores around us. Newquay, famously known for its beaches, is in need of a clean up to protect our local wildlife and beautiful coastlines.
Towan Beach, Newquay

More details - Liskeard Unlocked - Guided Walk From The Train
Heritage Open Day: Journey down the beautiful Looe Valley by train and walk back to one of the little request stop halts (up to 3.5 miles) to flag down the train back to Liskeard. The group will assemble at Liskeard Railway Station to purchase tickets in a group (thereby reducing the usual £4 fare to £2.65 each).
, Liskeard Station, Station Road, Liskeard

More details - Behind the Scenes at Bodmin Keep
Heritage Open Day: Get a glimpse behind the scenes with a tour of the museum’s attic stores. Get hands-on with objects from the museum collections, and learn more about the uses of this historic building. Enhance your museum visit with a tour of the museum’s collections stores.
Bodmin Keep, Castle Canyke Road, Bodmin

More details - Liskeard Unlocked - The Pipewell
Heritage Open Day: Come and see the Pipewell with the gates open so that you can see the lovely stonework as well as the water source. Two hosts will be in 19th century dress to tell everyone about the building and the slate tank where the spring water is channelled.
The Pipewell, Well Lane, (off Market Street), Liskeard

More details - The Vale of Avalon/ Arthurian Centre
Heritage Open Day: On the traditional site of Camlann, King Arthur’s last battle. 16 acres to explore - woodland and riverside walks ( River Camel). 6th century memorial, 13th century village ruin, 18th century garden and more. Play area, licensed tea room and shop.
The Vale of Avalon/ Arthurian Centre, Slaughter Bridge, Camelford
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Cyprus Well
Heritage Open Day: Visit the house of Cornish poet, Charles Causley CBE, recipient of the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry, revered poet, friend of Ted Hughes & Siegfried Sassoon and Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, who lived in Launceston for most of his life.
2 Cyprus Well, 2 Ridgegrove Hill, Launceston

More details - Godolphin - Trust10 trail run at Godolphin
Take on the Trust10 challenge at Godolphin, a free 10k trail running event that allows you to explore the countryside surrounding Godolphin. Join us on the 4th Sunday of every month and explore Godolphin’s estate by taking on this FREE 10k multi-terrain route (2 laps of a 5k route). Registration is at 8.
Godolphin, Godolphin Cross, Helston,
Sun 22 Sep

More details - Polperro Wreckers at Looe Live
There’ll be nothing to pay when the Wreckers appear at the Looe Live festival in the RNLI boathouse at 4pm on Sunday 22nd September.
Looe Lifeboat Station, Sea Front, Looe
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Roseland - Veryan Bunker Tours
Discover the cold war secrets hidden up on Nare Head. Join our tours by local expert Lawrence Holmes and the ROC team and hear the stories behind what went on in a nuclear bunker and the neighbouring starfish bunker.
Sun 22 Sep

More details - National Dahlia Collection - Open Garden for NGS
National Dahlia Collection growing in 2 acre field of riotous colour which delights the eye. All types of dahlias are exhibited from dainty pompoms to huge decoratives amounting to 1600 named varieties bred and grown here. Displayed in ordered rows, fully labelled for identification in mail order sales.
National Dahlia Collection, Penzance
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - St Michael's Mount - Free Walk and Talk Tours
Learn about island life with our daily tours. What’s it like to live on an island' Join one of our free daily tours and hear about the families that call the Mount home, view the buildings that have played key roles in its history and discover what life here today is really like. Booking Not Needed.
St Michael’s Mount, Marazion,
Sun 22 Sep to Fri 27 Sep, Sun 29 Sep to Fri 4 Oct

More details - Trengwainton Garden - Scarecrows in the kitchen garden
Every year the walled kitchen garden plays host to a display of quirky scarecrows made by local school children and artist John Keys. This year’s theme is, ’When I grow up I’d like to be’ and you can vote for your favourite throughout August. Booking Not Needed.
Trengwainton Garden, Madron, , near Penzance
Sun 22 Sep to Thu 26 Sep, Sun 29 Sep to Thu 3 Oct

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