What,s on in Falmouth February to March
Falmouth Farmers Market Tuesdays throughout the year The Falmouth Farmers’ Market has been trading on The Moor for over 10 years, and showcases the fantastic local produce available in Cornwall, including meat, fish, cheese, honey, bread, cakes and craft. You can find the market on The Moor every Tuesday from 9am to 2pm. www.trurofarmers.co.uk
Titanic Stories at the NMMC Until January 2020 Venue: The National Maritime Museum NMMC's new major exhibition will examine the stories of the Titanic's momentous sinking on 15 April 1912, reappraising many of the myths, controversies and assumptions that still linger around one of the most well-known historic events of the 20th century. http://www.nmmc.co.uk
Falmouth Weekly Market Thurs & Sat The Moor has been a market space for hundreds of years, and the Weekly Market keeps this tradition alive in Falmouth.
St Piran’s Day Parade Tues. 5th March Venue: The Moor Celebrating the Cornish patron saint of tinners St Piran, the parade will start and finish on The Moor Time: 10-11am.
St. Nazaire Service of Remembrance Parade Sun. 17th March Venue: Prince of Wales Pier The annual Service of Remembrance to commemorate the daring St. Nazaire raid of World War II.
Fun Run Falmouth Sun. 17th March Venue: Falmouth Hotel Run Falmouth Half Marathon is in its 7th year organised by Cornwall Hospice Care in conjunction with Falmouth Road Runners. The event is the 4th event in the Cornwall Grand Prix Race series sponsored by Cornwall Glass. This challenging road run takes you through the beautiful coast and countryside of Falmouth.https://www.cornwallhospicecare.co.uk/events/run-falmouth-2019/
Falmouth Spring Festival Thurs. 14th March – Sun. 24th March Venue: Various This is a vibrant, community-orientated event and the first main festival of the year, celebrating Falmouth’s open and green spaces.
Princess Pavilion The Falmouth Spring Flower Show Sun 24th March has marked the start of spring in Falmouth for over a century with wonderful displays of shrubs, daffodils and cacti.