A tiny fishing village on the Lizard Peninsula will host its annual charity Folk Day next week.

Cadgwith, is almost forgotten by the 21st century, where fishermen still push their boats down to the beach every day to catch shellfish, wet fish and several tonnes of crab every week.

The Cadgwith Cove Inn, more than 300 years old and full of fishermen’s history, remains the social centre of the village and this is one of the reasons that the Inn was voted “Best Atmosphere” and annually wins a certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor.

The pub's Folk Day on Saturday, July 13, features Morris dancers, bagpipes, modern folk and traditional folk music.

People from all over the county come to support the event and on one occasion, famous folk musician Seth Lakeman turn up with his entourage to play.

There will be live music from midday to midnight and everyone welcome to sing/play/listen food served all day.

The traditional restaurant serves seafood and homemade beef burgers.

The chefs make everything fresh on the premises using locally sourced ingredients; their speciality is the fish, caught by our Cadgwith fishermen and served on the same day. The specials board changes daily to reflect the catch of the day.