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Although it's a quieter time of year here in Cornwall, winter is still an excellent time of year to visit the region, and there are still plenty of things going on near our hotels in Fowey, Cornwall. Below are just some of the events you can get involved with this week:



Fowey Christmas Market

Just a short distance from our hotel is the Fowey Christmas Market, which will be taking place on Friday December 4 and into the weekend. The market has been going for over a decade, bringing several people to this normal small and tranquil town, providing the perfect opportunity to pick up some unique Christmas gifts.

Truro Primestock Show

Truro's Lemon Quay will be host to the Primestock Show this Wednesday, with varieties of both cattle and sheep competing to be crowned the best livestock in Cornwall. After the judging taking place in the morning, there is plenty of entertainment carrying on throughout the day, including the Young Handlers Competition at 6.30, which is enjoyed by both the farming community and the local townspeople alike.

Padstow Christmas Festival

This much-loved fishing village comes to live from Thursday December 3 with its Christmas Festival. Throughout the event Padstow will be celebrating all things festive with a line-up of celebrity chefs and markets featuring over a hundred producers. Over 40,000 people flock to the festival each year, with its popularity still rising, so why not find out what all the fuss is about?

Dick Whittington and his Mousehole Cat

This Sunday will see the beginning of the pantomime season at Truro's Hall for Cornwall, where its homegrown show, Dick Whittington and his Mousehole Cat, will be performed until January 3. Featuring names such as Kernow King, the show will see Dick set of from Cornwall to find his riches, complete with his feline companion by his side.

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