Help us celebrate the very first Godolphin Tinners’ Festival by joining in any of these events, which are part of the National Trust’s Heritage Open Week and the Godolphin Cross Community Association’s Tinners’ Festival.
Tinners’ Market – Saturday 14th September from 09.30 – 1.00 pm First ever Tinners’ and Farmers’ Market in and outside the Old Chapel, Godolphin Cross TR13 9RA; free entry for high quality local food, crafts and artefacts
Mining at Godolphin – Free Guided Walks on Monday, Weds. & Friday 16th, 18th 20th September, 1pm-3pm; start at the Piggery in Godolphin NT & discover how Godolphin woodland used to be a hub of the mining industry, finishing at the recently renovated Godolphin Cross Chapel for refreshments before heading back to Godolphin House and sharing in Stephen’s stories of Cornwall’s mining past. Booking essential at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/godolphin
Friday 20th September – “Tinning from the Beginning” a talk by Steve Polglase on local tin mining from the very beginning to present (and future?) days. Plus a pasty supper! Tickets £6 from firstname.lastname@example.org or 07479 969334
Saturday 21st September – Tinners’ Music Night – featuring the famous Cadgwith Singers, plus support and a bar! Tickets are free, but entry is strictly by ticket only from email@example.com or 07479 969334