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24 Mar 2018 to 25 Mar 2018

Falmouth, Cornwall
The two-day festival is held at the Princess Pavilion where you can enjoy the array of spring flowers heralding the end of the dreary months of winter. On show are tender and rare plants, Bonsais, Orchids, stunning flower arrangements with experts on hand to answer your queries, specialist plants for sale and refreshments. Exhibitors include anyone with a love of flora and fauna, from big nurseries and public gardens to local residents with private gardens.
15 Mar 2018 to 02 Apr 2018

Falmouth, Cornwall
The Spring Festival brings an explosion of colour, life and activity to the town of Falmouth.
22 Jun 2018 to 24 Jun 2018

Falmouth, Cornwall
Three days of a relaxing Rally of Classic Sailing Craft and other traditional vessels, including Pilot Gigs & Motor Boats. Whether competitor or spectator, outport or local, all are welcome at Falmouth’s annual get together of Classic Boats. Set in the finest sailing waters in the South of England it has the added bonus of free access to the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival, which takes place in the town at the same time.
22 Jun 2018 to 24 Jun 2018

Falmouth, Cornwall
Don't miss one of the biggest maritime music concerts anywhere in Europe! The Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival is held at multiple venues throughout the town but the main stages are Custom House Quay, Events Square (Discovery Quay) and The Moor.
10 Aug 2018 to 19 Aug 2018

Falmouth, Cornwall
Falmouth Week has grown into one of the largest sailing regattas in the south west with yachts racing over seven days. There is also a lively programme of shore-side events.

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21 Apr 2017
Garden Glory There are more than 70 superb gardens in Cornwall and the milder year-round climate is perfect for growing ‘sub-tropical’ plants – many of which cannot grow anywhere else in the UK – and Cornwall abounds with lush gardens. In the last couple of centuries a distinct gardening tradition has developed in Cornwall. Wealthy landowners and industrial families sent sailors and plant hunters off all over the world to bring back samples of rare ... Read more...

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