January

1st – 13th  – Peter Pan – see Steve McFadden in the high flying pantomime adventure at  the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.

7th – Plymouth Raiders vs Cheshire Phoenix at Plymouth Pavillions – see Plymouth’s basketball team in action, entertainment for all the family.

14th – The Story of The Beach Boys at Tavistock Wharf, see the Beach Boyz Tribute Band unfurl the story live, starting 7.30pm.

15th – 20th  – The award winning musical Hairspray is on at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.

16th – Rigoletto – see Verdi’s famous opera at The Theatre Royal, Plymouth – live from the Royal Opera House.

19th – 21st  – The real Penrose Hotel weekend – stay on set at Pentillie Castlewhere the new series of Delicious is filmed.

21st – Plymouth Raiders vs Glasgow Rocks at Plymouth Pavilions – see Plymouth’s basketball team in action, entertainment for all the family.

23rd – 27th  – Son of  a Preacherman – The life and music of Dusty Springfield, at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth.

26th – Sir Francis Drake Night – comemmorate Sir Francis Drake’s birthday at the Medieval Banquet held at Boringdon Hall, Plympton, with a 3 course menu and live music.

27th – Burns Night – celebrate the life of the Scottish bard Robert Burns with a 3 course dinner at the Langdon Court Hotel, Plymouth, arrive 7.30pm.

27th – 31st  – Plymouth’s Titanic Exhibition – see a fascinating selection of artefacts and memorabilia, some which have never been on display before – at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Plymouth.

February

4th – Royal William Yard Good Food Market, Plymouth.

10th – 18th – Love Birds at the Lost Gardens of Heligan  come and meet the owls, make tasty bird treats and follow the outdoor bird trail, from 10am until 4pm.

12th – 14th – Bushcraft for Kids – half-term fun at Cotehele – build a shelter, light a fire and learn survival skills, for ages 7 to 15.

14th – 31st  –   New Dawn in Cotehele Gallery  an exhibition featuring Paul Jackson, one of Britain’s leading ceramicists.

16th – Black Friday play Landulph Memorial Hall – come and enjoy this local band perform a lively mix of originals, covers, Irish reels and jigs, starts at 7.30pm.

17th & 18th – Apple Grafting weekend at Cotehele – drop in at one of the workshops to learn how to graft your own apple tree.

20th – Paul Weller, A Kind Revolution – plays at Plymouth Pavilions 40 years after releasing his first album with The Jam.

23rd – 25th –  The real Penrose Hotel weekend – stay on set at Pentillie Castlewhere the new series of Delicious is filmed.

March

1st – 31st – New Dawn in Cotehele Gallery  an exhibition featuring Paul Jackson, one of Britain’s leading ceramicists.

5th – 31st – Port Eliot House and Gardens are open to the public, dogs on leads welcome in the gardens but not in the house.

8th – 11th – An Exhibition of Paintings by Jo March, once seen never forgotten – at the Bathing Hut Pentillie Quay.

11th – Mothers’ Day at Pentillie Castle – visit the gardens between 11am and 4pm, with special afternoon teas.

11th –  Mothers’ Day at Morwellham Quay – come and visit the award winning attraction which forms part of the National Heritage site, 4 miles from Tavistock, all mums go in free!

17th & 18th – Daffodil weekend at Cotehele – delight in the huge variety of daffodils across the Estate.

24th – 31st – Cadbury Egg Hunt at Cotehele – Easter fun for all the family following clues for prizes.

25th – Costume Sunday at Cotehele Mill – come and meet the Mill team dressed in their Victorian costume.

28th – Russell Brand and his stand up comedy tour at Plymouth Pavillions.

30th – Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – the mischievious Easter bunny has been busy again this year laying the Easter Egg trail, visit us from 12pm till 4.30pm.

April

1st  & 2nd –  Easter at Morwellham Quay – come and join us at the working village, mine and craft centre for the Easter Bunny hunt!

1st – 5th – Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – the mischievious Easter bunny has been busy again this year laying the Easter Egg trail, visit us from 12pm till 4.30pm.

1st  & 8th –  Costume Sunday at Cotehele Mill – come and meet the Mill team dressed in their Victorian costume.

1st – 8th – Cadbury Egg Hunt at Cotehele – Easter fun for all the family following clues for prizes.

1st – 30th  –   New Dawn in Cotehele Gallery  an exhibition featuring Paul Jackson, one of Britain’s leading ceramicists.

1st – 30th – Port Eliot House and Gardens are open to the public, dogs on leads welcome in the gardens but not in the house.

4th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

7th & 8th  – Spring Flower Show at Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel – with trade stands, show gardens and experts on hand.

8th – Landrover Defender Day at Pentillie Castle – a celebration of all things Defender, with displays, entertainment, food, stalls etc.

10th – 12th – Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – the mischievious Easter bunny has been busy again this year laying the Easter Egg trail, visit us from 12pm till 4.30pm.

18th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

23rd & 24th  – Nancy Belle boat trips – take a 2 hour ride up the River Tamar from Cotehele Quay on the 22ft Nancy Belle.

29th –  Open Garden at Pentillie Castle – explore the 55 acre garden in its Spring finery and enjoy a cream tea in the Castle.

28th –  East Cornwall Hunt’s One Day Event – See the spectacle of dressage, showjumping and cross country all on one day.

29th –  Cornwall Wildlife Open Gardens at Higher Trenedden, Peakswater, nr Pelynt.

May

1st – 31st  –   New Dawn in Cotehele Gallery  an exhibition featuring Paul Jackson, one of Britain’s leading ceramicists.

1st – 31st – Port Eliot House and Gardens are open to the public, dogs on leads welcome in the gardens but not in the house.

2nd  – Open Garden at Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel – Camellias, Magnolias, Rhododendron and more besides.

2nd  – Beaver Walk with Cornwall Wildlife Trust to see what the beavers have been building including their dams and the first lodge in Cornwall in over 400 years. And hopefully get to see them at dusk

2nd  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

5th  – May Day Barn Dance at Landulph Memorial Hall from 6.30pm with Maypole dancing, bar, food. Tickets are £5 (under 14’s free).

7, 10, 21, 22 & 23 – Nancy Belle boat trips – take a 2 hour ride up the River Tamar from Cotehele Quay on the 22ft Nancy Belle.

7th  – Open Garden at Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel – Camellias, Magnolias, Rhododendron and more besides.

12th  & 13th  – Plymouth Pirate Weekend – The Barbican, Quay Square and Sutton Harbour – the Pirate weekend returns again this year with a weekend packed full of fun and pirates!

13th –  Cornwall Wildlife Open Gardens at The Old Rectory, Boscastle.

16th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

20th  – Fun Dog Show and Garden Open Day at Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel, from 12pm until 5pm.

20th  – Caerhays Castle are opening their magnificent gardens and beach for a Wildlife Celebration with Cornwall Wildlife Trust inviting everyone to get up close and personal to Cornish wildlife.

26th – 28th  – Ragged Victorian Weekend at Morwellham – meet the ragged Victorians as they hang out at Morwellham village.

31st –  Den building at Antony House for children

June

1st – 20th  – Port Eliot House and Gardens are open to the public, dogs on leads welcome in the gardens but not in the house.

2nd  & 3rd  – Sarah Millican performs at Plymouth Pavillions Arena at 8.00pm.

3rd –  Cornwall Wildlife Open Gardens at Little Park, Truro.

4th , 5th, 6th, 18th, 19th  – Boat trips on the ‘Nancy Belle’ up the River Tamar from Cotehele

9th  & 10th  – Saltash Regatta & Waterside Festival – one of the most colourful evens held in Cornwall, with fun for all the family, includes sailing, gig racing, canoeing, swimming, live entertainment, food stalls and much more.

10th  – Repton celebration day; guided garden tour at Antony House

16th & 17th  – Heligan Fun Dog Show & Heavy Horse Weekend with Heavy Horse Demonstrations and Parades, Working Dog Demonstrations, Ale, BBQ’s & a fun dog show.

17th  – Father’s Classic Car Day at Morwellham – admire over 200 stunning vintage cars – bring your own classic car for free entry.

17th  – Father’s Day Lunch and Jazz at Boringdon Hall nr Plymouth – celebrate Father’s Day with a traditional Sunday lunch with live jazz.

17th –  Cornwall Wildlife Open Gardens at Lethytep, Lanreath.

20th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

22nd – Autumn pudding club in The Edgcumbe; start with a bowl of soup then indulge in 4 homemade desserts created from the best of the season’s ingredients.

29th  & 30th – Plymouth Gin Festival try a huge variety of gins from all over the world, (including exclusive gins you won’t see anywhere else) there will be live music, great food and a gin cocktail bar.

30th – 1st  July – Beer, Music and Lister Festival at Morwellham – with great music, local beer and cider and the Lister Engine Rally.

July

4th , 5th, 17th, 19th  – Boat trips on the ‘Nancy Belle’ up the River Tamar from Cotehele

8th  – Daylily day; guided garden tour of over 600 varieties growing at Antony House

8th  – Tennis at Antony House with nets made out of bunting set in glorious surrounds! Plus lots of other outdoor games!

15th  – PenGrillie BBQ the BBQ festival returns with a family fun day of food, drink and live music, 10am til 5pm.

15th  – Tennis at Antony House with nets made out of bunting set in glorious surrounds! Plus lots of other outdoor games!

18th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

26th – 29th  –  Port Eliot Festival – come to the St Germans Estate and enjoy  music, food, entertainment, exhibitions, outdoor adventures and much more.

27th – 29th  – Boconnoc Steam Fair – at Boconnoc Estate, Lostwithiel, Cornwall – one of the largest events of its kind in the south west, with fun and entertainment for all the family.

29th July – 12th August –  National Marine Week with lots of events around Cornwall & Devon with the Wildlife Trusts.

August 

29th July – 12th August –  National Marine Week with lots of events around Cornwall & Devon with the Wildlife Trusts.

1st  to 5th  – Drawn to the Valley Summer Exhibition at Tavistock Town Hall

2nd , 3rd, 16th, 17th  – Boat trips on the ‘Nancy Belle’ up the River Tamar from Cotehele

8th  & 9th  –  British Fireworks Championships – held again at The Hoe, Plymouth,  see the amazing spectacle over 2 nights of competition.

15th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

18th & 19th  – Steam Punk Festival at Morwellham – a steam punk weekend with music and stalls.

September 

2nd –  Cornwall Wildlife Open Gardens at South Bosent, nr Liskeard.

3rd, 4th  – Boat trips on the ‘Nancy Belle’ up the River Tamar from Cotehele

19th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

21st – Autumn pudding club in The Edgcumbe; start with a bowl of soup then indulge in 4 homemade desserts created from the best of the season’s ingredients.

21st – 23rd  –  Looe Music Festival – magical moments, theatrical performances and spellbinding headline shows once more at the quaint Cornish town.

22nd & 23rd  – Steam, Vintage and Tractor Festival at Morwellham – come and see the miniature steam engines and tractors along with vintage stalls.

22nd to 30th  – Drawn to the Valley Summer Open Studios around the Tamar Valley

October

17th  – Glorious Garden Tour at Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall – walk and talk with the team through the spectacular landscaped gardens.

20th – 31st  – Halloween Week at Morwellham – come for the spooky mine train ride, witches den and and creepy crafts.

November

3rd and 4th – Steam Extravaganza – End of Season Celebration, Lappa Valley Steam Railway & Leisure Park – train departs at 10:40am

3rd November to 6th January 2019 – Deck the Halls in Cotehele Gallery. 10am – 4pm (Closed 25th & 26th December)

3rd  and 4th – Volunteer Craft Fair – Trerice National Trust

17th to 25th – Drawn to the Valley Winter Exhibition at Tamar Valley Centre, Drakewalls, Near Gunnislake.

23rd – South American Wine Tasting – Bodmin Jail 7pm for 7:30pm sit down.

24th to 24th December – Meet Father Christmas and his Elves – Eden Project

December

1st & 2nd  – Christmas at Morwellham – Board the mine train to visit Santa’s Grotto plus Christmas stories, open 10am until 4pm.

1st to 31st – Christmas Fayre at Mount Edgcumbe, Torpoint

1st to 24th – Santa by Steam Train – South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh

1st and 2nd – Christmas Weekend Family Crafting – Buckland Abbey, Yelverton.

1st – 23rd – Father Christmas with a Twist – Buckland Abbey, Yelverton.

1st and 2nd – Gingerbread House Workshop – Cothele, Saltash.

1st – Liskeard Light’s Up – Liskeard

7th – Tavistock Dickensian Evening from 5:30pm with Lights Switch On.

15th – Plymouth Christmas Lights Switch-On – Plymouth

8th & 9th  – Christmas at Morwellham – Board the mine train to visit Santa’s Grotto plus Christmas stories, open 10am until 4pm.

15th – 24th  – Christmas at Morwellham – Board the mine train to visit Santa’s Grotto plus Christmas stories, open 10am until 4pm.

3rd  – 21st  – Heligan – Christmas Lunch only £14.95 for 2 courses or £19.95 for 3 courses – 12noon until 2.30pm

 

12th Heligan by Night The Art of Illumination – various dates between 12th Dec – 5th Jan ‘19

15th – 24th  – Heligan Father Christmas Experience