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Newquay’s Festive Festival is ready to light up the town on Friday, November 24 in a spectacular start to Christmas celebrations. Organised and funded by Newquay BID, Newquay Town Council and Newquay Lions, this year’s event is set to be bigger and better than ever before!
Ho, ho, ho Santa will make a flying visit to Cornwall Air Ambulance Christmas Open Day on December 2 but instead of landing on the roof of their headquarters he will touchdown on the helipad.
The organisers of Cornwall’s Celtic Festival, Lowender Peran, are delighted to announce the dates of this year’s event – November 2-5, 2017. Get them in the diary now!
The creators of the Joe Way Paddle for Life, Matt Way and his wife Claire, enjoyed the glitzy Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards ceremony last month – alongside 16 other ITV regional finalists who were also honoured at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Newquay car parking charges from November 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018 – according to Cornwall Council Car Park Locations and Charges:
Crantock Bale Push 2017 gives a grand total of £100,000 to Cornish charities.
Spooky bats are taking over the town this Halloween from October 21. Help Newquay BID find them all as you follow the Newquay Bat Trail!
Over a week of incredible stories from the Pride of Britain finalists, who’ve been nominated in the regional fundraiser of the year category have ended up with Matt Way – who has organised the Joe Way Paddle for Life for the past decade in memory of his son – winning.
People are cordially invited to get in the Halloween spirit at not one but two fun events at Fistral Beach, Newquay, on October 28 in aid of The Wave Project.