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With autumn well underway, the beautiful mild Cornish climate can offer a whole host of things to see and do outdoors. We have also taken a look at a few more events that are happening across the region in order to give you some inspiration for your next visit to Fowey!

Eden Project Beer Festival


When? 3rd October

Biomes at the Eden Project where lots is happening this October

The 2015 Beer Festival at the Eden Project is being held with the aid of St Austell Brewery, who will be showcasing a whole host of wonderful beers and ales, brewed in the South West and across the country. Not only will there be liquid refreshment to enjoy, but also a range of delicious food to accompany the drink!

During the day before the festival, TV drinks expert Susy Atkins will be hosting a beer and cider tasting. Susy is the weekly win columnist for The Sunday Telegraph's Stella magazine, and regularly appears on the BBC One programme Saturday Kitchen. The tasting will take place on the Beer Festival stage between 1.30pm and 3.30pm

There will also be a live musical line up in the evening, which is all included in the £12.50 ticket price. This also includes four drink tokens (which equates to a third of a pint per token) and a beer festival glass. For more information, including which drinks will be at the festival, can be found here: https://www.edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/beer-festival.

An Evening with Tony Hazzard


When? 17th October & 30th October

Legendary songwriter Tony Hazzard not only has a string of hits to his name, but has had his songs recorded by famous names including Lulu, Gene Pitney, Manfred Mann, The Hollies and more. Having recorded five albums of his own, he has also played instruments and sung in many recording sessions for other artists and featuring on three of Elton John's albums.

His show will not only include songs sung by Tony, to which he will accompany with guitar and ukulele, but also sharing anecdotes from his time in the music business. Taking place at Whitecross Village Hall, it is only a short distance from our hotel.

Tickets are £8 each, with more information and booking available here: www.carntocove.co.uk/events#sthash.wIuaxq9e.dpuf.

Autumn Breaks at The Cormorant Hotel


Cornwall is a great place to be during the autumn, with the mild climate offering the chance for lovely autumnal walks around the many local gardens that remain open all year round, as well as the South West Coast Path.

If you stay for three nights or more, you will be able to enjoy a discounted rate that includes dinner, room and breakfast, plus £25 off a bottle of wine on your first evening.

The Cormorant Room where we have special offers this autumn The Cormorant Room

Prices are based on two people sharing for a minimum of three nights, and are as follows:

October:


Standard Room - £155

Superior Room - £185

Cormorant Room - £225

November:


Standard Room - £135

Superior Room - £155

Cormorant Room - £190

Photography exhibition: People of the Rainforest


When? Until 23rd October

Cornish explorer and writer Robin Hanbury-Tenison and world-renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado have travelled to rainforests across the world, taking photographs in Borneo, Malaysia, Sumatra and the Amazon. These photos are then place into their corresponding areas of the Rainforest Biome. The pictures have been taken to remind visitors of the estimated 200 million indigenous people who live around the world, and depend on the forests and their livelihood, as well as their homes.

More information about the photos and the work of Robin can be found here: https://www.edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/photography-exhibition-people-of-the-rainforest.

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