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Attractions on and off the water as Falmouth Week steps up a gear: PICTURES
4:00pm Thursday 15th August 2013 in News
Henri-Lloyd Falmouth Week has got off to a rip-roaring start with thousands of people getting involved both on and off the water.
While all eyes were set to gaze skyward for the Red Arrows there cancellation was a small blip in a packed schedule of events.
Party nights at the Events Square have got off to a great start with The Wurzels proving as popular as ever and once again inspiring people to dress in their best farm-yard gear. The Soul Survivors also performed to a packed audience on Monday, proving why they are a firm fixture of Falmouth Week.
Wednesday saw Queen tribute band The Bohemians play, while Rudi’s Messageis tonight, the 80s/90s night on Friday with Sonique and Angie Brown and fireworks at 10pm, and the Pirates of Kernow Party rounding the week off on Saturday.
There’s plenty going on across town including the Red Arrows simulator on Prince of Wales Pier, the Buckin’ Bronco, climbing wall and music marquee on The Moor, craft fair and Science in the Square at Events Square and the RNLI Dragon Boat Challenge in the inner harbour on Saturday and Sunday.
For full coverage of what is going on on and off the water keep checking back to thepacket.co.uk.
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