May Half Term

Posted on 25 May

 With the promise of fine weather this is a greate time for visiting Cornwall as the countryside is stunning and the bluebell woods and springtime gardens at their finest, not to be missed. There are quite a number of other events some of which are included here:

25 - 27 MayThe Bodmin Moor Poetry Festival
Sterts Theatre, Upton Cross

Top-class line-up in the Theatre on the Moor www.sterts.co.uk

26 - 27 May
 
Green Man Festival at Mount Edgcumbe
Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint, PL10 1HZ
The Green Man Festival returns to Mount Edgecumbe on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May between 10 am- 4 pm The giant figure of the Green Man presides over music, entertainment, delicious food stalls and fabulous gift and craft stalls. With a children’s entertainment area there’s something for all the family.
27 MayLooe's Land and Sea Day

www.looelions.co.uk
28 MayLooe Island Guided Walk - Looe Island Birds with Derek Spooner
Venue: Looe Island
Take a boat ride to Looe Island Nature Reserve for a speciality walk. Walks must be pre-booked via Cornwall Wildlife Trust website.
www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk
31 May - 3 JuneCharles Causley Festival
Launceston's Festival of Literature and The Arts. Our headline attraction this year will be the well-known and well-loved poet and broadcaster Roger McGough (accompanied by Little Machine, firm favourites in support of headline poets in previous Causley Festivals).
Full programme at:

www.charlescausleyfestival.co.uk

 

For our golfing guests (of which there are many) our local course, Looe Golf Club, has recently been the subject of an extensive programme of improvement and is now in magnificent condition so do not forget to pack the clubs.