Regular Events Lizard Peninsula
8.30am - 11am
Godolphin Trust10, free 5 or 10K multi-terrain run on the fourth Sunday of every month.
Trust10 is a free way-marked trail run for all abilities to enjoy the Godolphin estate. It's free, it's fun, it's informal.
Godolphin Trust10 is two laps of 5K, so 5K runners and walkers are welcome too.
Registration is at 8.30am at the Godolphin Welcome Hut and the run starts at 9am. The Piggery will be open for teas, coffees, cake and socialising after the run from 10am.
The route is only way-marked on Trust10 day, but you can check out the Godolphin Trust10 map
and give it a try any time.
This is a multi-terrain trail run, so we definitely recommend trail shoes for clambering over the hedges and negotiating the mud.
Please bring your own timing device if timing is important to you as this is an informal event and we don't provide timing. Marshalling is also limited, and the event relies on volunteers to make the magic happen.
We recommend this event for over 14 year olds to run the 10K, and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult for the run.
For full guidance see the Trust10 FAQs, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/activecornwall
Dogs can join in on the lead, as long as you're happy that they'll be able to manage the hedges. Don't forget to bring your change for the car park (and for cake afterwards if you fancy it) or proof of National Trust membership to park for free.
We have an amazing team of Trust10 volunteers, but we're always looking for more help with marshalling, setting up the route, welcoming the runners and back marking.
If you would like to get involved please contact Email: GodolphinTrust10@nationaltrust.org.uk,
Tel: 07766 422 166
You can also become a National Trust fundraiser and raise money to look after this special place. Visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/activecornwall for information
24 November 2019
Coverack Beach Clean
Varies according to tides
First Tuesday of every month
Anyone can help out, any time of day.
Please place collected rubbish by the dog waste bin at
North Corner, Coverack.
For more information:
Annual Events in Lizard Peninsula
MAWGAN CHURCH DAFFODIL FESTIVAL
Every 2 years in February
Mawgan in Meneage Church Seventh Daffodil Festival
A celebration of the flower and the local industry. Thousands of daffodils displayed in a beautiful medieval church
Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th and Monday 18th February 2019
Over 7000 daffodils in the church and more for sale.
Displays of art and craft plus music and singing.
Open 10.30am to 4.30pm each day.
Tea, coffee and cakes all day every day.
Pasties and soup 12 – 2.00pm Saturday and Sunday.
The new Bishop of Truro, the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen, will be preaching at the Mawgan Church Daffodil Festival Celtic Evensong at 5pm on Sunday 17th February.
At various times over the weekend there will be Medieval and Folk music from Christine Robertson and friends, classical lute and guitar from Richard Collington, Cornish singers, organists and Maen Voes Choir of St Keverne will be singing, under the baton of Ian Edwards, on Sunday 17th at 3.30pm.
Any queries or for more information contact Lindsay Hockley on 01326 221740 or email email@example.com
Reeve Ceremony at Godolphin
The Godolphin family almost lost their estate to the St Aubyns during a wager on a snail race!
A re-enactment of the Reeve Ceremony with Mark Harandon which traditionally took place at sunrise every Candlemass.
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meet in the courtyard, under the colonnades.
8am - 9am
1pm - 2pm
Godolphin Cross, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 9RE
St Piran's Day at Porthleven
Porthleven St Piran's Day. 10am Old Cornwall Society in Porthleven raise the flag at “Gartful”, Breageside by invitation of Andrew and Pru Bell, Porthleven. Cornish dancing.
Porthleven Food and Music Festival
Annual Festival at Porthleven. Food, Music and Young People's Festival. First established in 2009. Dog friendly.
For more information:
Porthleven Food Festival website
Helston Flora / Furry Day
Every May (Usually on the 8th May unless this is a Sunday))
Helstonians dance through the streets in this annual festival known locally as Furry Day.
A series of dances take place throughout the town
Morning Dance starts at the Guildhall at 7am
The Hal-an-Tow starts on St John's Bridge at 8.30am
The Hal-an-Tow another integral part of the day re-enacts the battle of good against evil.
The Children's Dance starts from Wendron Street at 9.40am
The Midday Dance starts from the Guildhall at 12 midday
The Evening Dance starts from the Guildhall at 5pm
Also street stalls, a fair and more.
Helston Flora Day website
Freedom of Helston Parade
Annual parade of sailors from RNAS Culdrose when they exercise their right to march through the streets of Helston with swords drawn, bayonets fixed, drums beating, bands playing and colours flying in accordance with the grant of the Freedom of the Borough of Helston which was given in 1958.
The Town Mayor of Helston inspects the parade and then takes the Salute at the Guildhall accompanied by the Captain of the Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose and Members of the Town Council.
The General Public are invited to attend the ceremony.
Mawgan Feast Week
Events throughout the week to celebrate Feast Week at Mawgan in Meneage, Lizard peninsula.
West Cornwall Motor Show
Culdrose Air Day
Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose Air Day (from 9a.m.)
Come and experience ‘Fly Navy’ with plenty to see in the sky and experience on the ground.
For more information see RNAS Culdrose
Coverack Horticultural Show
Annual show, staged by Coverack Horticultural Society is looked forward to by exhibitors, locals and visitors alike.
This year will be the 65th Show
Entries are welcomed in a variety of classes: Vegetables, Flowers,
Flora art, Domestic classes include bread, cakes, preserves,
Photography and a truly creative Children’s section.
Entries can be taken to the hall on the evening before the show between 6 and 8pm and in the morning from 8 to 10am.
Prize giving at 4.30pm
Porthleven Lifeboat Day
Porthleven near Helston, Cornwall. In aid of the RNLI.
Porthleven Lifeboat Day - CANCELLED
CANCELLED DUE TO BAD WEATHER
Lifeboat day in the fishing village of Porthleven, Cornwall.
Events at the harbour and recreation ground.
Porthleven Christmas Market
In the harbour head marquee will be a variety of stalls which all have something special to give and are just perfect for that unique gift this Christmas.
The Porthleven Christmas market is a not for profit group organised by local residents and business owners. Any profit made from the event will be donated to the Porthleven Christmas Lights and invested into growing the Christmas market for future years.
Visit Porthleven Christmas Market
Christmas Day Swim
Every Christmas Day
Charity festive swim.
Farmers Markets Lizard Peninsula, Breage
Next one 26th August
We will then hold it the last Saturday of each month thereafter
Held on the field at the Queens Arms in Breage
For more information or interested sellers
01326 564 229
Farmers Markets Lizard Peninsula, Helston
The Old Cattle Market, Boating Lake, Helston.
Over 40 stalls selling local, seasonal produce. 9.30am to 1.30pm
First Saturday of each month.
Contact Joanne Schofield
Tel: 01326 231146
Farmers Markets Lizard Peninsula, Helston
The Guildhall, Helston TR13 8ST
From 8am to1pm
Contact Jacky Andrew
Locally produced cakes, preserves, eggs, vegetables and seasonal fruit and plants. Anyone with an allotment or garden surplus is welcome to sell through the Country Market.
Farmers Markets Lizard Peninsula, Mawgan
Mawgan Farmers' Market
Mawgan in Meneage Recreation Hall, Upper Lane, Mawgan, Helston TR12 6AX
Third Saturday of every month (except January).
9:30am to midday.
Tel: 01326 221240
Previously Mullion Farmers’ Market, now moved to Mawgan. Featuring staples such as bread, vegetables, meat, fish and cheese together with pies, chutneys and jams, olives, chocolate, curry and local ales. There is also a cafe.