Celebrations in Falmouth, Redruth, Bodmin and Perranporth to celebrate St Piran, the Patron Saint of Cornwall. Plus the ‘Trelawny Shout’ in pubs across Cornwall!
5th March Falmouth, St Piran’s Day Parade
10.00 to 11.40am – a celebration of St Piran with a Furry Dance by local school children and musicians, all are welcome to join in or line the streets to watch the procession. The parade will leave from the Moor, Webber Street, High Street, Brewery Yard, Prince of Wales Pier where community dance for everyone to join will be performed. Then the parade will walk through town to Church Corner where the story of St Piran will be told and Trelawny will be sung, the first verse in kernewek by the children of Marlborough School.
The parade will be finished off with a lunchtime Cornish recital in the Parish Church featuring the Brass Band, Recorder Consort, Mrs Keam’s poetry and Michael White leading singing.
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