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    Wadebridge Padstow Slate Quarry
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  • Padstow Carnival Week
    from the 27th July to the 2nd August.
    Padstow celebrate carnival week in style with activities, quiz, music and more
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    Padstow Carnival Week

    Visit Padstow Carnival for more information

  • Cornwall Folk Festival
    22-25th August 2014 - Wadebridge
    The annual Cornwall Folk Festival held in Wadebridge.
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    Cornwall Folk Festival

    Flossie Malavialle, Jez Lowe, Wizz Jones, Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin, Mike Silver , Geoff Lakeman, The Roving Crows, Andy Clarke & Steve Tyler, Steve Hunt & Neil Davey , Pete Grassby, Jonah's Lift, Exmoor Do Dah Band, O'Frankel Family Band,  DevonBird, Mark Holland Band and more. See Cornwall Folk Festival for more information.

  • May Day Celebrations
    All Day: Thursday 1st May 2014
    Festival to celebrate the 1st day of May.
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    May Day Celebrations

    'Oss 'oss wee 'oss The festival itself starts at midnight on 1 May with unaccompanied singing around the town starting at the Golden Lion Inn. By the morning, the town is dressed with greenery, flowers and flags, with the focus being the Maypole later in the day.    For more information please take a look at the Wikipedia on Padstow Mayday Celebrations. Here's the day song  . '        Unite and unite and let us all unite,

    For summer is acome unto day,
    And whither we are going we will all unite,
    In the merry morning of May.
    Arise up Mr. ..... I know you well afine,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    You have a shilling in your purse and I wish it were in mine,
    In the merry morning of May.
    All out of your beds,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    Your chamber shall be strewed with the white rose and the red
    In the merry morning of May.
    Where are the young men that here now should dance,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    Some they are in England some they are in France,
    In the merry morning of May.
    Where are the maidens that here now should sing,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    They are in the meadows the flowers gathering,
    In the merry morning of May.
    Arise up Mr. ..... with your sword by your side,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    Your steed is in the stable awaiting for to ride,
    In the merry morning of May.
    Arise up Miss ..... and strew all your flowers,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    It is but a while ago since we have strewn ours,
    In the merry morning of May.
    O! where is St. George,
    O!, where is he O,
    He is out in his long boat on the salt sea O.
    Up flies the kite and down tails the lark O.
    Aunt Ursula Birdhood she had an old ewe
    And she died in her own Park O.
    With the merry ring, adieu the merry spring,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    How happy is the little bird that merrily doth sing,
    In the merry morning of May.
    The young men of Padstow they might if they would,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    They might have built a ship and gilded her with gold,
    In the merry morning of May.
    The young women of Padstow might if they would,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    They might have made a garland with the white rose and the red,
    In the merry morning of May.
    Arise up Mr. ..... and reach me your hand,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    And you shall have a lively lass with a thousand pounds in hand.
    In the merry morning of May.
    Arise up Miss ..... all in your cloak of silk,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    And all your body under as white as any milk,
    In the merry morning of May.
    O! where is St. George,
    O!, where is he O,
    He is out in his long boat on the salt sea O.
    Up flies the kite and down tails the lark O.
    Aunt Ursula Birdhood she had an old ewe
    And she died in her own Park O.
    Now fare you well and bid you all good cheer,
    For summer is acome unto day,
    We call no more unto your house before another year,
    In the merry morning of May.'

On the Day Bookings & Evening Bookings
On the day bookings need to be made before noon. If you wish to do an evening ride then just turn up after 3pm.