Top things to do in March 2019
Your guide to the best events springing up around the Fal River this month.
World Pasty Championships at The Eden Project
Celebrate the Cornish pasty with us at the Pasty Champs where amateur and professional bakers from around the world battle it out to create the ultimate baked delicacy.
Free with admission or your Eden Locals’ Pass.
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Glendurgan Beach Clean
Soak in fantastic views and fresh air whilst helping to keep our beautiful beaches along the Helford River clean.
The Beach Clean tean meet seasonally on a Sunday morning to carry out beach cleans in the North Helford.
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Women in Marine Biology: A Celebratory Evening at The Poly Falmouth
A series of talks from three inspiring women in Marine Biology, followed by pasties and networking!
Skillywidden: A St. Piran Nos Lowen (Cornish Dance Night)
Celebrate St Piran with live music by SKILLYWIDDEN, leading lights of the nos lowen style of Cornish Celtic dance music. Born out of the legendary Dalla, internationally acclaimed champions of Cornish music for nearly twenty years, Skillywidden are renowned for whipping up wild nights of Cornish dancing.
Titanic Stories at NMMC
The National Maritime Museum Cornwall's major must-see exhibition TITANIC STORIES examines the stories of the Titanic’s momentous sinking on 15 April 1912, re-appraising many of the myths, controversies and assumptions that still linger around one of the most well-known historic events of the 20th century.
Pay once and get in FREE for a year! More at NMMC.CO.UK
Rick Steins Supper Club
An evening of great food inspired by Rick Stein India and Far Eastern Odyssey at Rick Stein's Fish, Falmouth.
Hosted by Restaurant Manager, Charlene and Sous Chef, James the supper clubs will focus on good food and great conversation – seated in a communal style, they'll take place in our beautiful bar dining area. You'll enjoy a two course menu put together by James – who'll talk through each of the dishes as they're served, and a couple of glasses of wine too.
Edie | Carnon Downs Film Club
Carnon Downs Village Hall
After her controlling husband dies, 83 year old Edie embarks on a trip to fulfill her longtime dream of climbing a mountain in the Scottish Highlands.
Carnon Downs Film Club is part of the C Fylm network, Find out more here: www.cfylm.co.uk
The Elephant Man at The Hidden Cinema
For the ultimate cimematic experience head to the Hidden Cinema at St Mawes Hotel.
The Elephant Man starring Anothony Hopkins tells the story of a Victorian surgeon who rescues a heavily disfigured man who is mistreated while scraping a living as a side-show freak. Behind his monstrous façade, there is revealed a person of intelligence.
Make your night even more memorable with the dinner beforehand.
Falmouth Spring Festival
14th — 24th March
Get involved with this fantastic community festival and celebrate Falmouth's beautiful open and green spaces. As profiled on the BBC’s Great British Garden Revival programme, this wonderful early season festival brings together the Falmouth community like no other. The festival brings an explosion of colour, life and activity to the town.
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Cornish Drinks and Gin Festival
The very first Alverton Cornish Gin and Drinks Festival held in the Great Hall the festival is a real celebration of Cornish producers.
Meet the makers and sample the very best in Cornish drinks. Enjoy live demonstrations where you'll pick up handy hints and tips to create your own top-notch tipples at home.
There'll be live music throughout the day and a DJ in the evening where the celebrations will go on into the evening.
Falmouth Flower Show
23rd - 24th March
First staged in 1910, The Spring Flower Show has marked the start of spring in Falmouth for over a century with wonderful displays of shrubs, daffodils and cacti. Exhibitors and trade stalls pack into the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth with displays of locally grown flowers. Expect to see stunning floral arrangements, with experts on hand to answer your queries, as well as specialist plants for sale.