Jubilee Wharf in Penryn will be throwing its doors open to the public with an evening of open workshops at the end of this month.

The Open Studios at Jubilee Wharf returns on Friday September 22, running from 5pm to 9pm, with drinks, fire, music, special exhibitions and free workshops.

The programme includes a chance to make and burn a wicker man with a secret message, and to make and bake an edible dough sculpture to fire in the kilns.

Open Studios at Jubilee Wharf is a chance to support the creative community and independent local business of Penryn, and to join together and celebrate the Autumn equinox.

It will be a chance to relax and join in with people from the vibrant and varied artistic and productive community at the wharf

Each studio produces handmade crafts, each in their own field, and everyone is invited to have a closer look at their workshops and learn about the process of making prints, jewellery, painting, ceramics and fixing bikes.