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New Years Eve 31 December 2016 midnight

Fire works display in Truro

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Truro Victorian Christmas Market - Tuesday 13th to Sunday 18th December Lemon Quay

Come into Truro and enjoy the Victorian Christmas Market, mingling with the ladies and gent of that era.

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Truro Primestock Show - Wednesday 7th December

Truros Annual Christmas Primestock Show is held in a marquee on Lemon Quay and is a favourite with farmers and townspeople alike.

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Father Christmas will visit the Pannier Market from 6.30pm

Father Christmas will visit the Pannier Market on most Wednesday evenings 7th, 14th & 21st of December 2016

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Reindeer Parade - Wednesday 30th November 6pm

See Father Christmas and his real reindeer from 6pm followed by a procession through the streets of Truro at 6.45pm.

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The Royal institution of Cornwall is pleased to announce the 2016 Cardew-Rendle history prize, funded by a generous legacy from Harold Cornelius Cardew-Rendle.

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Love him or hate him controversial David Starkey is well-known for his historical television series focusing on the Tudors, monarchy and Britain and now hes coming to Truro.

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Chinese State Circus Thursday 17 & Friday 18 Nov 7.30pm

The internationally acclaimed Chinese State Circus returns in an innovatively spectacular new production Dynasty.

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Truro Day - 11 September 11am - 8.15pm

Truro Day's mission is to draw the Truro community together by means of delivering a Community event that all can enjoy. Our aim is to give a platform to local talent in the form of live music, dance and theatre. They aim to facilitate local groups, societies and institutions so they are able to showcase what they do for our City. Our further aim is to instill a sense of belonging and a feeling of pride back into our community. Working together, we can all achieve great things, making us feel proud of our Truronian culture, heritage and history.

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Guy Fawkes Friday 4 November 5-7pm

Tremorvah Playing Fields Group, in association with Truro City Council are holding their annual bonfire and fireworks display on Friday 4th November from 5pm to 7pm.

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Are you ready for the Apprenticeship Levy?

A new study released by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has found that two out of five organisations do not know about the Apprenticeship Levy, which comes into force in April 2017.

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The Mayor of Truro's

Come and enjoy a cream tea at The Gallery Café
(upstairs, Lemon Street Market) while listening to Tresillian Singers, Musical Director, Elaine Tangye - accompanist, Ruth Best Soprano - Karen Hurn

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Poppy Appeal and Remembrance

This is an important time of year for us, as we remember those who have sacrificed so much for our country. We will never forget. Be proud of your Armed Forces.

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The Royal Cornwall Museum is proud to announce we have been working with multi-platinum selling artist Shakin Stevens for our new exhibition Mexico: The Cornish Connection.

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Cathedral City Markets CIC, Truro, Cornwall.

In 2016, we have regular markets in Truro. With great shopping dates including two pre-Christmas events, THE place to be is in the busiest shopping centre in Cornwall.

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Kids Yoga Cornwall

Kids Yoga Cornwall run children's yoga classes on Saturdays and through the school holidays.

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The Old Ale House - September & October Music line up

Come on down into the Old Ale House for some good grog and plenty of atmosphere and music.

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Upcoming Adult Workshops At Truro Arts Company June - Dec 2016

Workshops take place on our mezzanine floor and last anywhere from 3 hours to all day (with a lunch break in our lovely adjoining cafe, of course).

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What's On at the Royal Cornwall Museum

Exhibitions and Talks/Lectures at Royal Cornwall Museum

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Events, activities and workshops at Innertide

Come and explore Truro and enjoy Innertide cafe on the first Thursday of the month.

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