Top things to do in February 2020
Delve into our pick of the best things to do in February around the river, including; festivals, family things to do, talks and great food/drink.
Winter Gin Festival at The Greenbank Hotel
To gin or not to gin? Silly question really! Join The Greenbank once again for a jolly Cornish gin festival like no other.Winter blues? Let The Greenbank look after you!
Cornwall Garden Society Evening Lecture a The Alverton Hotel
Lady Skelmersdale asks where did your garden grow?
Christine, Lady Skelmersdale has been a passionate gardener since childhood. She has run bulb specialists, Broadleigh Gardens in Somerset for 45 years; holds the National Collection® of Alec Gray CVS daffodils and has exhibited extensively at RHS Chelsea. Christine has also been a member of the RHS Council for 12 years; President of the Friends of the Bristol Botanic Garden for seven years and Garden Advisor for RHS Garden, Rosemoor for 12 years.
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Spring Children's Trail
15 February - 23 February
Spring is around the corner and colour is beginning to emerge from the winter garden. Can you spot the signs of spring around Treslissick Garden in the February half-term trail?
Pick up a trail sheet from reception, this event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.
Fishy Fun at Rick Steins Fish
A fun and interactive session where you can meet some of our fishy friends, get hands-on with cooking fish and learn
about the creatures of our sea.
February Half Term
18th February - 20th February
Creative workshops inspired by Falmouth Art Gallery's exhibitions.
The 3-Night Yoga Retreat
27 February - 1 March
Immerse yourself in daily yoga practice, with sunrise yoga on the beach and focused sessions at St Michaels Wellness Studio.
This 3-night escape pairs yoga with complete relaxation at St Michaels Resort. In addition to your yoga sessions, you will enjoy daily use of the spa’s hydrothermal facilities, one dinner in the 2-AA-rosette Brasserie on the Bay and a light supper in the Garden Kitchen. One 60-minute wellness treatment is also included.
World Pasty Championships
Celebrate the Cornish pasty with the Eden Project at the World Championships, where amateur and professional bakers from around the world battle it out to create the ultimate baked delicacy.As the Eden Project is based in Cornwall, our World Pasty Championships 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. The Championships are also a fantastic opportunity for a good old Cornish knees-up, with pasties galore and entertainment from local bands and comedians.