Events in Newquay: At Crantock Village, on Friday, September 8, 2017, a number of proper job straw bales will sit close to the start line for the first race in this year’s BIG Bale Push. All you need to compete is three other barking mad team mates who will attempt to push a straw bale … Read more The BIG Bale Push Rolls Back into Newquay!
NEWQUAY BOARDMASTERS – August 10 to 14 2016 COMPETITOR LINE-UPS ANNOUNCED & WORLD CLASS SURFERS CONFIRMED FOR UK’S LARGEST INTERNATIONAL SURF COMPETITION
Events in Newquay: Whether you are visiting Newquay or live in this friendly town you are cordially invited to join the fun of Newquay’s longest running sporting event, Newquay Harbour Sports Day on Saturday, August 13 at Newquay Harbour and – the wonderful news – it is FREE to enter!!
Newquay’s RNLI volunteers are hosting their biggest fundraising event of the year – Newquay Lifeboat Day – on Sunday, August 14 in aid of the charity that saves lives at sea.
Events in Newquay: On September 16, 17 and 18 join hundreds, if not thousands, of locals and holidaymakers at Newquay Fish Festival.
Events in Newquay: On Sunday, July 31, one and all are invited to Newquay Community Fire Station for their annual Charity Open Day which is FREE to enter : ))
Events in Newquay: Newquay Towan Blystra Lions have announced that their popular charity Beer Festival will return to Hendra, Newquay, for three days – September 23, 24 and 25.
Eleven men, brave and true, accept the final 2016 challenge to raise awareness of and donations to Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.
Newquay’s RNLI lifeboat volunteers responded to their pagers at 9.49pm on Wednesday (20 July) and launched from Newquay Harbour within four minutes, in response to several 999 calls reporting four people in the water from a capsized boat off Great Western Beach.
Newquay’s RNLI lifeboat volunteers were alerted at 7.05pm on Friday (15 July) and launched the charity’s two inshore lifeboats after a passing kayaker and surfer reported a group of three people, including two children, in difficulties in the sea at Porth.