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12 August 2022

Autumn Highlights

by Jasmine

Things to see and do in West Cornwall this autumn

Festivals

St Ives September Festival

The annual St Ives celebration of art, music, film, comedy and so much more. At venues across St Ives from 10th – 24th September.

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North Cornwall Book Festival

The tiny hamlet of St Endellion hosts the North Cornwall Book Festival from the 22nd – 25th September. The programme of events features talks, writing workshops, and poetry.

Early September and November also sees author tours in Launceston, Penzance and other places in the county.

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Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival

Healey’s Cyder Farm is a 25 minute drive from Three Mile Beach. From the 9th – 11th September it hosts the Little Orchard Cider & Music Festival. This year’s line-up includes Feeder, Kula Shaker along with a selection of UK’s best cider including Cornwall’s very own Rattler.

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Autumn Days Out

St Michael’s Mount

A 25 minute drive to Marazion and the south coast is where you’ll find the iconic St Michael’s Mount. The castle is open Sundays to Fridays and garden is open Thursdays and Fridays until the 31st October.

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Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre is a story in itself. Hand carved into the cliffs by the inspirational Rowena Cade and her team, the theatre is now one of the Cornwall’s most iconic attractions.

Throughout September and October their programme includes theatre, music and comedy plus tours of the theatre and garden.

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Eden Project

There is nowhere like the Eden Project. It’s a glorious celebration of nature and almost otherworldly experience.

Cornwall’s number one attraction is open daily until 21 October. It’s a hour’s drive from Three Mile Beach.

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

One of our favourite places to visit in Cornwall, the Lost Gardens of Heligan is open daily until 31 October. The estate is one of the most mysterious in the UK. Lost to brambles and overgrown from the outbreak of the First World War until the 1990s, the gardens have been restored and feature a woodland walk, Giant’s Playground, jungle area with bridge walkway over the ravine, formal gardens plus a programme of regular events. So plenty to explore.

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