The weather is finally on the turn in Cornwall with spring starting to make an appearance across the whole region. Spring wildlife has already started to make an appearance with birdsong welcoming the rising sun across St Ives Bay.
With the spring weather bringing warmer weather and dry days, we take a look at ways to enjoy a short stay here in St Ives Bay, Cornwall.
Cornwall Spring Flower Show
Named by The Sunday Telegraph as one of the best Flower Shows to visit in the UK, the Cornwall Spring Flower Show held in Wadebridge, Cornwall is an excellent day out for all the family.
The Cornwall Garden Society will be running Children Focussed Activities with emphasis on gardening for children to help develop skills and understanding for the next generation of horticultural experts.
Visitors will be able to browse a vast array of trade stands from the horticultural industry. With the majority of the nurseries coming from Cornwall and the South-West, there will also be prestigious and specialist nurseries from further afield.
The Cornwall Spring Flower Show begins on 6th April.
Easter at Eden
Enjoy a fun-packed day out at The Eden Project this Easter with additional activities being offered throughout the Easter Half Term Holidays.
Join Eden Farmers to help round up their animals and learn what makes crops grow. Play a-moo-sing games and eggciting activities throughout the grounds. Collect stamps to fill up your card and exchange them for great prizes!
Other activities include, Watch out for the Windmill, Crop Picking, Pin the Tail, The Soil Pit and Welly Wanging!
The Eden Project is a great day out for all the family and with so many activities it’s perfect for young families.
For more information visit the Eden Project website at the following address ->
The Wind and the Willows – Minack Theatre
The much-loved classic story by Kenneth Grahame brings the vivid and anarchic life to the stage. Look out for chaos as they recreate animals, battles lost and won and a considerable slice of comic fun.
Join Mole, Ratty, Toad and Albert the horse as they do battle with the Weasel gang! If you like your fun wild, furry and wet …. you’ll love ‘Wind in the Willows’!
For more information visit the Minack Theatre website.
February and March are great times to enjoy St Ives and the local area with low crowd levels and traders getting ready for the spring and summer rush you can take advantage of the area without the hustle and bustle of the Summer holidays.
Don’t forget, you can save upto 20% by booking directly with the Penellen. Book Online today to save disappointment.