Newquay St Piran's Children's Page
Each St Piran's Day Newquay Heritage Archive & Museum organise a children's activity with Newquay Library, such as colouring in flags and St Piran's pictures. As we can't do this in Newquay Library or Newquay Museum this year we are going to do it online.
Download a flag and print it and then colour it in, you only need to use a black crayon. take a photo and send it to us of you with your flag or perhaps of it in your window as part of the "Flying a Flag for St Piran" being organised by Gorsedh Kernow. We would love to share this to show you supporting Cornwall's St Piran's Day celebrations.
If you download a drawing of St Piran on his millstone, floating to Cornwall, you can colour this in as many colours as you like. You might like to add in the box above St Piran's head what he might have been thinking to himself as he came in sight of the Cornish shore at Perranporth. You could pretend this is a newspaper front page. What would you put as the title? Write this in at the space at top of the page.
Take a photo of your picture, you can be holding it if you like and we will include it in an online gallery of St Piran pictures.
Newquay Library have come up with some Cornish ideas for families to do during St Piran's Festival
Take a photo of you and your family carrying out an activity and we will include it in an online gallery of St Piran's pictures at Newquay Museum.
Tamar Stamp / Broom Dance
During the 2021 virtual festival videos showing the Tamar Stamp & Broom Dance were shared. Check out the 2021 Archive page and see the video and have some fun trying these out..
Here are the links to downloading the Tamar Stamp & Broom Dance instruction sheets
These links when clicked will open the pdf instructions in a new page