Newquay St Piran's Festival - Latest News

Things are starting to come together the final programme of events has now been uploaded to our website, subject to additions and amendments.

Virtual Festival Programme 2021

Keep an eye out on our Facebook page, here and on our Programme 2021 menu page.

Newquay St Piran's Festival - Latest News

Thank you to BBC Radio Cornwall for interviewing Jim Christophers who did a great job of promoting our festival 

Like / Follow our Newquay St Pirans Facebook page, which will host many of our 2021 events as they are published as will be seen in our programme of events.

Newquay St Pirans Festival Facebook

Newquay St Piran's Festival - Latest News

This years festival is going online due to the pandemic. Please check here and on our social media Facebook page for the latest news.

Like / Follow our Newquay St Pirans Facebook page, which will host many of our 2021 events as they are published as will be seen in our programme of events.

Newquay St Pirans Festival Facebook

We've now had confirmation that some great Cornish contemporary groups are allowing us to share and providing new content for our evening 'Urban Kelt' Music sessions.

Lots of video content being shared with us from a variety of Newquay and Cornwall wide organisations that has not been widely seen or shared.

Things are starting to come together and we hope that the final programme of events will be ready within the next 10 days or so. Keep an eye out on our Facebook page, here and on our Programme 2021 menu page.

News from Gorsedh Kernow

Gorsedh Kernow are asking folk throughout Cornwall to "Fly a Flag for St Piran" in their gardens or perhaps in their windows. It would be great if those who are part of the worldwide Cornish Diaspora would also take part in these Cornwall National Day celebrations. Why not take a picture and end it to the Gorsedh Kernow Facebook page at www.facebook.com/gorsedhkernow or email it to the website at webmaster@gorsedhkernow.org.uk 

There will be more information about this and other St Piran events throughout Cornwall on the Gorsedh Kernow website at www.gorsedhkernow.org.uk/st-pirans-events

Just in case you can't get hold of a flag or you want one quickly there are a number of pdf's available for you to download and print. Yes it will use a bit of black ink, but will probably still be cheaper than buying a window flag. The jpegs can be downloaded and resized as required.