What’s on in July: Insider Guide
July; summer's here and the long, warm days are perfect for exploring our beautiful county and soaking up some culture...
Wimbledon, Monday 27th june – Sunday 10th July
Watch the world’s top tennis players battle it out for the most converted prize in tennis (not that we’re biased) in the comfort of our Locker Room. While away the rain breaks by sampling our delicious all-day menu, and don’t forget the obligatory Pimms!
Sea Sunday, Sunday 17th July
Sea Sunday takes place each year on the third Sunday in July and is an important date in the civic calendar to recognise the Town’s rich maritime traditions and particularly its strong naval links. Traditionally the parade, which consists of the Royal Naval Association, Standard Bearers, Town Councillors and other organisations, forms up on the Moor Piazza and marches to the Parish Church, King Charles the Martyr, for a Service.
ZESTiFaL, Saturday 23rd – Wednesday 27th JULY
ZestiFAL is a five-day festival in Falmouth showcasing the massive range of activities available in the town and inviting the public to have a go. With activities ranging from Pilates to tennis, skateboarding to roller-blading and paddle boarding to climbing there is something for everyone. Activities will pop up in zones throughout the town with taster sessions and demonstrations taking place.
Culdrose Air day, Thursday 28TH JULy
Once a year in the neighbouring town of Helston the Royal Naval air base opens it’s gates to the public. This is a great chance to see, hear and feel what it’s like in a helicopter base. There are flying displays, demonstrations and stalls throughout the day.
Port Elliot Festival, Thursday 28th – Sunday 31st JULY
Set in the grade 1 listed gardens of the Port Eliot estate this festival sets out to capture the imagination through literature, music and art.
‘Port Eliot is a festival unlike any other. When you come to Port Eliot, we welcome you as our guests. Our home is your playground for one magical weekend and nothing makes us happier than seeing you explore the Estate. Whether you’re swimming in the estuary, picnicking under a 300 year old tree, rocking out at the Park Stage, canoeing on the river, catching an intimate gig in the church, watching a cooking demo in the Big Kitchen or dancing ‘till the wee hours in the Boogie Round – our home is yours for the weekend.’