June is officially the first month of summer. Whatever the weather brings, here are some ideas to make the most of June in Cornwall – whether we’re blessed with beautiful sunshine, or a summer shower.
Workshops at Bedruthan.
Come rain or shine, spend a perfect day in our newly refurbished sea view studio crafting or cooking and learning new skills. We have a variety of workshops suitable for both beginners and those wanting to know more.
Open air theatre
Nothing says summertime more than a picnic blanket on the lawn with an ice cold drink, finger food and spectacular entertainment. On Friday 19th June, the award-winning Miracle Theatre will be performing their brand production for us: The Magnificent Three. The side-splittin’ Spaghetti Western will take place on the Bedruthan lawn and with the sea as a backdrop, and a bar and food stalls providing refreshments, it will be an amazing experience not to be missed.
Polo on the Beach at Watergate Bay
26th – 28th June
Back for the ninth year at Watergate Bay, GWR Polo on the Beach promises to be bigger and better than ever before. There will be two polo matches being played at 6pm on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 and plenty of other arena and beach entertainment including a horse display stunt display team, polo demonstrations, a dog show on Sunday all alongside live music, welling wanging, the LandRover Experience, food, drink and, of course, plenty of Champagne! On Saturday 27 June, straight after the main Watergate Bay polo match, the music arena will be transformed into the GWR Polo on the Beach Party with international DJ Krystal Roxx and live music.
16th May – 5th June
The Amata Festival celebrates the achievements of Dance, Music and Theatre practitioners emerging from the progressive courses of Falmouth university. It’s a wonderful opportunity to watch some amazing performances, all free of charge, in various venues around Falmouth. From modern popular music gigs, to contemporary dance and cabaret – there is something for everyone.
Looe Food Festival
27th – 28th June
A stunning coastal town on the south coast, Looe spans two sides of the Looe estuary. A great place for walking, fishing, exploring and eating generally – there is no better time to visit than the annual Food Festival showcasing produce from local suppliers. There will be cooking demonstrations, a variety of food stalls, and a huge pavilion filled with local food and drink – from Cornish teas and wines to fresh seafood and game.