Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week 2008 set for success

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16 July — 16 August 2008

"2008 is going to be the best yet" Preparations for events and activities on the water and ashore are well advanced and bigger than ever.

Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week 2008 set for success

"2008 is going to be the best yet" - that's the message from the Port of Falmouth Sailing Association and the Shoreside Committee in charge of bringing Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week to the local community and visitors. Preparations for events and activities on the water and ashore are well advanced and bigger than ever.

On the sailing side entries are flowing in with over 60 keelboat class entries and 40 dinghy entries already received, over 350 yachts are expected to enter for the week. Things not to be missed this year include the Comet Trio Class National Championships - part of Dinghy week, not to mention the large classic yachts racing out in the bay.

Also new for this year is the NORSI, a single printed document combining all of the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions for all competitors. For further details on how to enter the regatta or to find the NORSI log on to www.falmouthweek.co.uk.

Land lovers are spoilt for choice with daytime events going on at locations all over Falmouth. People can look forward to markets on the Moor, daily family activities on the Events Square, as well as Pendennis Castle, the RNLI station and the Maritime Museum. The annual garden party for friends of Princess Pavilion will also be going ahead on Thursday 14th August 2pm-5pm. Plus not forgetting that all of the sailing races can be viewed from ashore at Pendennis Point, Gyllyngvase beach and St Anthony's head.

The Princess Pavilion and Falmouth Festivals Ltd on Events Square are providing the evening entertainment with a varied selection of bands, parties and events covering everyone's tastes. Highlights for the week at the Princess Pavilion include Gabriella Cilmi, Infadels and Art Brut and Stiff Little Fingers. Whilst at the Events Square people can look forward to the Pirate FM party night as well as the tradition Henri-Lloyd Falmouth Week big two - the 70s and Caribbean nights!

For up to the minute news on all aspects of Henri-Lloyd Falmouth Week 2008, please visit www.falmouthweek.co.uk, which includes separate sections for both the Events Square and Princess Pavilion programmes.