How to find out what’s going on in Cornwall

Cornwall is a wonderful hive of activity, from music and art to festivals and food , there is always something going on for all ages and interests. With so much happening all over the county we’ve rounded up the best resources to find out whats going on during your stay with Forgotten Houses.

 

Visit Cornwall

A great website full of information about what is going on from the latest exhibitions and music events  to craft fairs and activities for kids. The website is also great for suggestions of where to eat, things to do and has a rundown of all the best beaches.

 

Pirate FM – What’s On Guide

Pirate FM is Cornwall’s local radio station and has a comprehensive guide to what’s going on across the county, often included are the smaller local events which is great for finding a hidden gem.

 

Fal River – What’s On

A great website about the areas of Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland (anywhere covering the River Fal). More creative, food and arts based it’s a great listing to find something unusual or creative happening in the area. It’s also perfect for those staying in our Forgotten Houses in Flushing and Constantine.

 

Barefoot Food Diary

Perfect for the foodies holidaying in Cornwall these monthly digital diaries give a great round-up of what’s going on with all things food related every month. From pop up feast nights, and foodie festivals to restaurants and food course, the food diary shows how much of a wonderful food hub Cornwall has become.

 

Muddy Stilettos Cornwall

Dubbed as “The Urban Guide to the Countryside” the Cornwall edition features a wonderful eclectic mix of things to see and do including local cafes and restaurants to visit, pop up events and things to do during your stay.

 

Cornwall Live

A more general round up of what’s on with great suggestions of things to do like where to warm up in Winter in Cornwall or 37 great places to eat on World Vegan Day.

 

Visit Truro

A round up of everything going on in Cornwall’s capital; as well as listing exhibitions, events and arts happening across the city it also features the many local shops and restaurants found in Truro.