Living in these meager times cannot be easy, however an excellent excuse to enjoy ourselves has arisen with the St. Piran’s day celebrations in Truro – our great little city. On Saturday the 5th of March there will be the St. Piran’s marquee, with items Made in Cornwall.
From 10am until 12noon, there will be a children’s workshop with Clare Summerson of ARTiCulate. A morning of craft, to make a symbol to carry in the Grand Parade. It is a free event, although you need to book via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Tourist Information Office 01872 274555.
There will be Cornish performers in the marquee from 1-4pm and the line up looks exciting!
1 – 1.30pm – Kemysk (Cornish Dance Team)
1.30 – 2pm – Keur Heb Hanow (Cornish Language Choir)
2 – 2.30pm – The Stowes (Folk Band)
2.30 – 3pm – All Thraw’d Together (Male Voice Choir)
3 – 3.30pm – Loic Rich
3.30 – 4pm – Bert Biscoe
The highlight of the day is the parade at 1pm, from St George’s Road to High Cross – all are welcome to join or watch, with tartans and flags. ‘Trelawny’ will be led by the City of Truro Male Voice Choir.
We hope to fill Truro with a great atmosphere and community spirit, many of the pubs have Cornish bands or some live entertainment and of course, make sure you join in and sing at 9pm together in unison!