A popular harbour-side pub is marking the return of live events for Falmouth Week.

After a yearlong hiatus due to Covid-19, The Working Boat, situated on Falmouth’s harbour, will once again be welcoming visitors to its quay for a weekend of free events.

Visitors can look forward to a variety of events such as live music performances from local bands Falmouth Soul Sensation and Jonah’s Lift, while watching the annual Dragon Boat race, where teams of up to 17 will take to Falmouth’s waters to compete in the ultimate battle of the seas.

All events will be taking place on the pub’s very own private quay, with views of Falmouth’s harbour.

Falmouth Packet: The Working Boat, situated on Falmouth’s harbour, will once again be welcoming visitors to its quay for a weekend of free events. The Working Boat, situated on Falmouth’s harbour, will once again be welcoming visitors to its quay for a weekend of free events.

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The Greenbank’s Managing Director, Ben Young, is thrilled to be welcoming back guests to what will be another exciting Falmouth Week at The Working Boat, saying: "After a year-long hiatus, we’re truly delighted to be welcoming back visitors to Falmouth Week, for what will be a safe and Covid-secure weekend of some incredible events on our very own private quay.

"It will be fantastic to see people enjoying themselves in our marquee for this famous local festival, after last year’s events were unfortunately cancelled due to Covid-19."

The full Falmouth Week schedule at The Working Boat is as follows:

  • Friday 13 August: Live music from Jonah’s Lift
  • Saturday 14 August: Live music from Falmouth Soul Sensation
  • Sunday 15 August: Dragon Boat Race from the pub’s quay

All events are free to attend and the pub will be open as normal for lunch and dinner.

To get involved in the boat racing, visitors can contact Chris Dodimead on chrisdodimead@dragonboatevents.com or 07837 855002, to apply to be part of a team.