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Food & Drink News 2021

05 Dec

DECEMBER 2021 including CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR – please check for any last minute changes:   PADSTOW RESTAURANTS: Paul Ainsworth at No6 and Mahe cookery school. UPDATE: Prawn on the Lawn has returned Duke St. Christmas and New Year hours are on the website. UPDATE: Caffe Rojano – from 6th Dec will be open 7 […]

Local Info + Xmas 2021

05 Dec

CHRISTMAS 2021 EVENTS:   Prideaux Place is holding a Christmas Concert with the Kernow Chamber Players on 19th December at 5pm. UPDATE:  2022 Padstow Christmas Festival dates: Thursday 1st – Sunday 4th December.   USEFUL LINKS: Padstow TIC events available here: Padstow Harbour Commissioners plus The Black Tor Ferry Padstow Town Council The Park and Walk is […]

Come Fly with Me

22 Nov

Flights from Newquay Airport to Gatwick are switching to Heathrow from April 2019 and there will be 4 flights a day, seven days a week. Flybe also has a service to several parts of the UK including Birmingham, Doncaster/Sheffield, Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. An excellent opportunity to pop down to Cornwall for a short […]

Padstow Museum

08 Oct

Padstow Museum opened on Monday 8thOctober 2018 in its new home at Station House, Padstow PL28 8DA (in the Railway car park).The opening hours are from 10.30am to 4pm, 7 days a week and there is no charge as they rely on donations. The new site also means there is 100% disabled access. The Museum […]

Winding down

16 Nov

As the clocks change and the schools go back after the half term break we see some of the businesses closing down for the year. They are generally the more seasonally based and it is far from a total close down as the majority stay open throughout the year. To be helpful we have listed […]

Padstow’s Obby Oss

29 Apr

Steeped in tradition, Padstow’s May Day has huge importance for the town and it is a day that is recognised all over the world as a unique event. Each year thousands of people come to witness the ancient custom which is considered by many locals to be more important than Christmas. The preparations begin several […]