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March with pride in Truro’s St. Piran’s Day Parade!
Watch the community come together to celebrate and share the Cornish pride. It’s a day of unity, tradition, and joyous revelry. Join us in commemorating Cornwall’s heritage in this parade
The parade will set off from Waterfall Gardens on St George’s Road at 13.00, heading towards the War Memorial on Boscawen Street, ending at High Cross, where there will be brief speeches and songs.
Local artist Tony Minnion will be visiting St Marys C Of E Primary School and Truro High Prep to create and design banners which will celebrate their school community.
The banners will be unveiled at Truro’s St. Piran’s Parade on Tuesday 5th March. This project is kindly funded by FEAST and delivered by Salt Projects Cornwall Ltd.
Time: 12.45 Meet. Parade begins 13.00
Location: St Georges Road / Waterfall Gardens.
Route: St Georges Road, Frances Street, River Street, Kings Street, Boscawen Street, around the war memorial back up Boscawen Street, Kings Street and to High Cross.
With a wide range of great local events for people of all ages and interests, Truro has a vibrant and thriving local events scene.