Participating Groups & Organisations
Community groups, organisations, schools and businesses throughout Newquay and district come together to celebrate St Piran's Day. This is Cornwall's National Day and goes some way to help promote Newquay as well as Cornwall's position as one of Britain's Celtic nations.
There can be little doubt that the Festival now offered to residents and visitors in Newquay represents one of the most comprehensive in Cornwall with a wide range of organisations contributing to a bigger and better event, with something for everybody.
The Newquay St Pirans Festival organising committee thank all those organisations that participate in some way to help make this an ongoing success as well as all those people and members of the public who join us by engaging in the Festival and supporting this celebration of all things Cornish.
Everyone as well as all community organisations are welcome to join in the celebrations as well as participating in the parade through the town on St Pirans Day.
Association for Cornish Heritage
Cornwall Youth Chamber Choir
Crest Creative Design
Lighthouse Cinema Newquay
Mid Cornwall Advertiser
Morgannow - Tir Ha Tavas & Matt Blewett
NCC The Wave Church, Newquay
Newquay Golf Club
Newquay Heritage Archive & Museum
Newquay Junior Academy
Newquay Male Voice Choir
Newquay News & Trader
Newquay Old Cornwall Society
Newquay Rowing Club
Newquay Rowing Club Singers
Newquay Tourist Information Centre
Newquay Town Council
Oll an Gwella
Rialton Heights Community Group
St Columb Major Academy
St Columb Minor Church
St Columb Minor Academy
St Michaels Church
Stonegate Pubs - Walkabout
The Bishops C of E Learning Academy
The Griffin Inn
Trenance Heritage Cottages
Sponsors & Supporters
On behalf of the Newquay St Pirans Festival, the organising committee thank all those organisations, businesses and people who support this festival in many ways. Through helping with financing, publicity, making premises and facilities available and providing goods and materials. Without all of these coming together the Newquay St Pirans Festival would not be growing into one of the most ambitious St Piran town celebrations throughout Cornwall. Meur ras.