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Piran tide Events and St Piran’s Day Parades 2015

5th March 2015 St Piran’s Day Bodmin ~ St Piran’s Day Parade ~ More Info Bude ~ St Piran’s Day Walk ~ More Info Falmouth ~ St Piran’s Day Parade ~ 10.00 to 11.40 am The parade will leave from the Moor. Newquay ~ St Piran’s Day Parade ~ More Info Launceston ~ St. Piran’s Day – Lanson […]

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St Piran’s day Events 2013

09.30 Penzance, St Johns for 10.15 Procession from Causway Head, “St Piran in the Parc” Morrab Gardens mid morning 10.00 Porthleven, at “Gartul” (Courtesy of Pru and Andrew Bell) Flag Raising and Cornish Dance 10.15 Bodmin, Procession: Meet at the Library for procession to Mount Folly. 13.00 Truro, Proession: Meet at Waterfall Gadens, St. Georges […]

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St Piran’s / Gol Peran events 2012

St Piran’s events in Cornwall 2012 Saturday March 3rd The Redruth St Piran’s Festival 2012 09:00 until 23:30 All over Redruth more details Sunday March 4th Perranporth St Piran Play – a processional play through the sand dunes to the sites of the oratory and mediaeval church, Perran Sands Holiday Park, 2pm, for further information call 01872 […]

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Today is St Piran’s day in Kernow (Cornwall)…

…In Liskeard the Cornish flag of St Piran fly’s high above the town and the bells ring out in celebration. What glorious weather for the  Parade’s that are taking place all over Cornwall today,  many pasties will be eaten. Kernow bys vyken At the top of Castle Hill is a park, trees now stand in the place Liskeard […]

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St Pirans 2010

Each year celebrations are held in Cornwall to celebrate the Cornish patron saint of St Piran. Celebrations begin with a parade in Penzance, school children  join musicians as hundreds of people take to the streets in celebration. See here The National flag of Cornwall is the flag of St Piran, it is said to represent […]

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Pirantide week Cornwall/Kernow

For a List of events for St Piran 2009 go HERE The National flag of Cornwall is the flag of St Piran, it is said to represent  the white tin on the black ore, and some say St Piran is the saint of tinners. Each year celebrations are held in Cornwall to celebrate the Cornish […]