Spring Arrives in Looe!
This week we welcomed in Spring with open arms. Soon, the sun will be back in the sky, shining down on us and the days will bring us more sunshine to enjoy our time outside for a little bit longer.
We love to make the most of Springtime, so here’s just some of the things to look forward to this season in Cornwall…
Folk on the Quay 25th March
Put on your dancing shoes and make your way down to The Quayside centre, West Looe. Folk on the Quay starts at 5pm and is a fun folk charity event, all in aid of the RNLI.
Starting at 5pm, why not have a great night out enjoying some live music while also raising money for a fantastic charity at the same time?
Porthpyra Singers and Wadebridge Male Choir 31st March
Come and join us for a magical evening at Riverside Church, West Looe from 7pm!
The Porthpyra Singers and the Wadebridge Male Choir will be singing in the spring season for the town of Looe. Just picture how beautiful the choir will sound with that sunset in the background…
The Cornwall Garden Society spring flower show 1st–2nd April
The flower show organised by Cornwall Garden Society guarantees a brilliant colourful display of flowers, ornamental shrubs and trees at the glorious venue, Boconnoc Estate. There will be over 100 stands to visit as well as many experts to speak with and show gardens to enjoy.
The exhibition is open from 10am-5pm on Saturday and 10am-4pm on Sunday and is £9.50 upon arrival to Boconnoc Estate.
Polperro Art & Crafts exhibition 2nd-23rd April
From 10am until 5pm, the Ebenezer Gallery in Polperro (just around the coastal corner from Looe!) will be hosting a spring arts & crafts exhibition open to all. The gallery can be found on the main road halfway between the main car park and the harbour.
So get inspired and get creative in Polperro…
Looe Island Guided Walk 8th April
A day not to be missed!
The nature reserve wardens are offering the fantastic opportunity for a guided walk around the historic Looe Island. Starting at 2pm, the day begins with a boat trip from Looe Harbour and includes talks, guided tour and an independent explore.
Learn about the Atkin’s sisters and how they lived on the island, as well as see what day to day life is like there now with the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Tickets are £25 and are available on the Cornwall Wildlife trust website, along with the timings for the activities.
What better way to spend a gorgeous spring day in Looe?
We’d love to hear what you have planned this Spring! Will you be in Looe, ticking any of our ‘Spring to-dos’ off your list?
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