Today was the second day of the Falmouth Oyster festival and featured an array of cooking demonstrations, live music and even a parade.

St Mary's primary school and Marlborough School took part in a kid's parade from Events Square to the festival's location in Church Street Car Park.

You can view our video of the parade below.

Cornwall College team Nick Batten and Ashley Carkeet gave a masterclass in cookery demonstration skills, before Nick Hodges' demonstration in the afternoon.

Head chef at The Greenbank Hotel, Nick has been delivering demonstrations at the Oyster Festival since day one.

To finish off the day, if you are serious about cooking fish, Annie Seabourne’s cookery class. “My underlying passion is to get people cooking more fish and using the best quality seafood in the world, which is on our doorstep,” said Annie from My Fish Kitchen.

“All of these fabulous chefs cook this amazing produce to inspire us all and not forgetting the use of our stunning native oyster, which they are using in such creative ways more and more each year.”

Tomorrow the festival welcomes Alfie Hazlitt from Indidog for a demonstration and in the afternoon, Darren Millgate, a keen supporter of sustainable fishing, will represent St Michael’s Hotel and Spa, followed by a second chance to gain seafood skills from Annie.

On the final day, the Sunday, Steve Rudd, programme manager for professional cookery at Cornwall College, will be accompanying students as they perform a demonstration and private chef Tom Beanland will then deliver the final demonstration of the festival.

However, if you’re more about sampling food than cooking it, there will also be plenty of food and drink stalls offering local delicacies – with pride of place of course going to Cornish seafood and in particular the oyster, the star of the show.

You can view our gallery of pictures from the day's events above.