The Royal Cornwall Museum is home to Poldark author Winston Graham's handwritten manuscripts, The Winston Graham Historical Fiction Prize, and even Winston Graham's typewriter.
'4000 Years in the Making' focuses on the archaeological landscape of Tremough in Penryn.
Once again Cards for Good Causes with their amazing selection of Christmas cards are back in the Municipal Buildings next door to Visit Truro Tourist Information Centre. (Mon-Fri 9.30 - 16.30 Sat 10.00 - 16.00)
The show is inspired by the concept behind Illustrated Living, which seeks to stock the well-crafted and the beautiful. Pictures from: Alasdair Lindsay: Dungeness Alan Furneaux: City of Light Emma Dunbar: Mad Flowers and a Visitor
Tuesday 14th: Tehidy Country Park Meeting place: south car park, near the cafe at Tehidy Country Park
Churches together in walking invite people to join their walk to discover parts of Cornwall through walking whilst enjoying fellowship along the walk. To join a walk, meet at the car park behind the Skatepark in St Georges Road, Truro. Transport (car share) will be arranged.
Akoostica is an open mic session which takes place twice a month on the Compton Castle (in front of M&S) in Truro. It starts at 8pm. Poets, comics, singers, instrumentalists, storytellers of all ages welcome. Next Akoostica is - Wednesday 15th November 2017
On Oskar’s third birthday he rails against the adult world and decides to remain a child forever.
Truro School presents The Snow Queen
Cathedral City Markets offer shoppers the opportunity to buy crafts, jewellery, art & food all under one roof. Lemon Quay, Truro