The former judges of Strict Lee’s Come Dancing show are having a VIP dinner to celebrate the relaunch of the famous show after five years off the air.
Annual bonfire & fireworks display with glow sticks, sparklers, hot food & refreshments. Gates open from 5.00pm Bonfire lit 6.00pm Fire works 6.30pm / 6.45pm
On Tuesday, November 5, head for The Plume of Feathers for a night of family fun. From 6:30pm, there will be a large bonfire roaring, plenty of food and a bar for a warm Cornish celebration. Fireworks will light up the night sky in style.
Sunday 10th November 2019 Services at the Cathedral
Nothing heralds the start of the fesitve season quite like the City of Lights, Truro's midwinter lantern festival. Come and see a dazzling procession of willow-stick-and-tissue lanterns; handmade by artists, schools and community groups, float through the city streets.
The Made in Cornwall Christmas Fair on Lemon Quay An impressive display of products made by some of the best artists, craftspeople and food and drink producers in Cornwall. All products are certified by Cornwall Council as being 'Made in Cornwall' Free Entry
Enjoy shopping and festivities in Truro, the streets come alive with makrets, live entertainment and the city stay open late including the Cathedral. The following late night Wednesdays and Saturday street markets are as follows: Late Night Shopping dates:
See Father Christmas
Trevince House opens its doors for the forth year and will welcome shoppers looking for beautiful gifts for friends and family. There is an opportunity to browse artisan stands in the Victorian Stable Yard and Sawmill with the Coach House featuring "foodie artisans".
The annual Primestock Christmas Show brings the countryside to the heart of Our Great Little city, Lemon Quay and is a firm Truro favourite.