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Top Things to Do in March 2024

1 March

Spring has funally sprung! We can embrace warmer weather, lighter evenings and colourful gardens in March. We also celebrate Mothers Day and Easter. Take a look at this month's Top Things Blog, filled with foodie treats, outdoor activities and entertainment for all the family…

Mother’s Day at The Greenbank

10 March


Indulge in a special three course lunch menu in the Water’s Edge

Join them on Sunday 10th March to take in their breath-taking harbour views as you indulge in a very special Mother’s Day at The Greenbank. From a decadent afternoon tea to their special set lunch menu, they've got something to suit everyone this Mothering Sunday.

Find out more here


Mother’s Day Lunch at The Rosevine

10 March

Treat the special women in your life to a delightful Mother’s Day Lunch at The Rosevine between 12pm-3pm on Sunday 10th March.

Nestled in the picturesque beauty of Portscatho, Their charming value sets the scene for a memorable day that you mum will cherish. Why not take a walk after lunch along the nearby Porthcurnick beach?

2 Courses for £37.50 or 3 Courses for £45.00

FInd out more, including how to book, here

   Getting there: King Harry Ferry information here


Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at The Alverton

10 March

Indulge her sweet tooth this Mother’s Day with their decadent afternoon tea. Savour expertly crafted homemade scones, elegant finger sandwiches, divine homemade cakes and bite-size desserts. Tuck into three tiers of treats whilst soaking up the historical ambience of their restaurant. With all that’s on offer, you’ll be in the good books with this afternoon tea experience in Truro.

Find out more and book here


Explore the Beautiful Roseland Peninsula 

Nestled along the idyllic coast of Cornwall, lies the stunning Roseland Peninsula. Renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, quaint villages, and rich maritime history, the Roseland Peninsula beckons travelers seeking tranquility and natural beauty. 

Begin your exploration in the charming village of St. Mawes, a quintessential Cornish fishing port. Admire the picturesque harbour dotted with colourful boats and indulge in freshly caught seafood at one of the local eateries. Don't miss a visit to St. Mawes Castle, a historic fortress offering panoramic views of the coastline. Explore its ramparts and learn about its strategic significance throughout the centuries.

Explore the quaint villages that dot the Roseland Peninsula, such as Portscatho and Veryan, where thatched cottages and ancient churches create a timeless atmosphere. Venture off the beaten path to discover secluded coves and sandy beaches, perfect for a peaceful picnic or a refreshing swim in the clear waters.

The Roseland Peninsula is a true hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Whether you're seeking adventure along its scenic trails, relaxation on its pristine beaches, or immersion in its rich history and culture, this enchanting corner of Cornwall promises an unforgettable experience. 

   Getting there: King Harry Ferry information here

   Getting there: St Mawes Ferry information here


Tom Cunliffe: Run Out The Boat at the NMMC

10 March

His talk describes how a lad born in Stockport ran away from a career in law to go adventuring at sea. It features tales of near sinkings, robbery and hurricanes. Above all, it chronicles how he and his wife Roz made their dream happen.

‘Tom Cunliffe: Run Out The Boat’ takes place on Tuesday, March 12 at 2.30pm in the Lecture Theatre at the National Maritume Museum Cornwall.

Tom Cunliffe is a British yachting journalist, author and broadcaster. He learnt how to sail in a 22-ft gaff sloop as a teenager on the Norfolk Broads. After studying law at university, he chose not to enter the profession and ran away to sea instead.

  Book tickets and find out more here


Trebah Garden - Biofluorescent Night Walks

14 March

Biofluorescence is a unique phenomenon where certain organisms emit light in different colours than the ones they absorb, and they will embark on a guided walk to discover this captivating natural phenomenon up close. With UV torches provided, they will venture into the darkness to witness a stunning display of biofluorescent organisms in their natural habitat. From fungi to insects and plants, we will encounter a diverse array of species that come alive with vibrant hues of green, blue, red, purple, orange, and more, revealing Nature’s hidden spectacles.

This guided walk is suitable for anyone aged 8 years and above, and no prior experience is necessary. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

  Find our more and book here


March Views from the St Mawes Ferry

Ferry operates 7 days a week

This magical route connects the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth steeped in history and heritage.

The ferry provides a year round service to passengers with up to three ferries an hour in the summer and an hourly service in the winter months. Anytime of year is perfect to visit, whether enjoying a relaxing cruise on hot summer days or soaking in the serene surroundings in winter.

  More information and up-to-date St Mawes Ferry timetable here

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Falmouth Lifeboat Ceilidh

23 March


Join in the RNLI's 200th anniversary celebrations at an evening of music and dancing in Falmouth at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall

Falmouth Lifeboat invites you to join in an evening of music and dancing to help celebrate 200 years of the RNLI. The Tinners bank and their caller, Claire Ingleheart will guide guests through the dances so no previous experience of ceilidhs or barn dances is required! The Bryher’s Boys will entertain in the break with more Cornish songs and Sea Shanties.  

All proceeds to the RNLI   

More information can be found here


Easter Quest at Pendennis Castle

23 March - 14 April

Hunt for clues in the castle grounds, track down the Easter eggs and get rewarded with a tasty chocolate treat. You can take on the quest every day of the school holidays, and it costs just £2 to take part. This is for each child, whether you’re a member or not, and it’s on top of the ticket price. There’s no need to book, and you can pay when you arrive at the site.

Book online and save 15% on your entry ticket.

  Book tickets here


Easter Egg hunt at Glendurgan Garden

29 March - 14 April


Make your way along the trail and find nature-inspired activities for the whole family. The trail takes place between Friday 29th and Sunday 14th April (excluding Monday 8th April), from 10.30am to 4pm, so come along and explore the beautiful garden at Glendurgan. Prices are £3 per trail which includes an Easter trail sheet, bunny ears and a dairy or vegan & Free From* chocolate egg.

Find out more here


Easter Sunday Roast at Indidog

31 March


INDIdog is everything you want from a bar & restaurant: beautful interior, uninterrupted waterside views, local and thoughtful wines, spirits and draught ales and delicious food made with love from locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.

INDIDOG Sunday roasts are every Sunday ending on Easter Sunday 31st March 2024

Tables available 12 – 4pm

Book a table and find out more here