The first ever Cornish Pasty Week will be celebrated throughout Cornwall and across the UK.
A whole week of activity, culminating in the ‘Oggy Oscars’ – the seventh-annual World Pasty Championships at the Eden Project on the 3rd March.
Registration is open until midday on Thursday 1 March (or beforehand if numbers exceed the limit). Celebrating the Cornish Pasty.
Registrations are pouring in for the World Pasty Championships. Enter now or come along for a day filled with music, demonstrations, storytelling and tastings
Entry price: £10 per category, or £5 for the junior categories (includes entry to Eden for competitor) If you enter more than one category you can bring an extra person in for free.
The general public can visit the Championships and take part in the activities as part of the normal Eden admission price.
Buy tickets in advance
As the Eden Project is based in Cornwall, our World Pasty Championships will celebrate the traditional Cornish pasty recipe, as well as some more unusual varieties. From the Americas to Australia, pasties derived from recipes passed down by Cornish emigrants over centuries are eaten and enjoyed by many millions of people. We invite entries from around the world to our Championships.
There are eight categories in all, with the opportunity to enter a traditional Cornish pasty or an alternative savoury pasty:
Cornish Pasty – Professional
Cornish Pasty – Company
Cornish Pasty – Amateur
Cornish Pasty Junior (15 and under)
Open Savoury – Company
Open Savoury - Professional
Open Savoury – Amateur
Open Savoury - Junior (15 and under)
Eden Project, near St Austell, Cornwall.
Tel: 01726 811911