1. The Night of Neon Colour Fun Run
On Saturday the 14th of October Flambards Theme Park is hosting a neon paint night-time fun run to raise money for Cornwall Hospice Care.
The 4k run goes throughout the theme park and promises to have plenty of paint stations to ensure you end up really glowing in the dark!
All the money raised goes to a great cause and the event is loads of fun; well worth your time.
2. Re-Opening of Tate St. Ives
On the 14th of October, the Tate St Ives Gallery is due to re-open after major expansion work. The expansion has added over 600 square meters of extra gallery space. For both the 14th and 15th of October entry to the gallery will be free and will feature local artists and their work in a host of new exhibitions.
3. Falmouth Beer Festival
If you fancy a drink between the 19th and 21st of October the Falmouth Beer Festival is the place to be!
240 real ales and 60+ real ciders will be available for you to try with tasting advice offered by members of the Campaign for Real Ale who will be staffing the bars.
Entry is just £10 and includes beer tokens, a glass (of course!) and a programme.
4. The Spooks Express at Lappa Valley
For some family friendly Halloween fun in the run up to Halloween itself visit the Spooks Express at Lappa Valley.
There’s a Halloween quiz, spooky colouring activities and a prize for everyone who comes in fancy dress!
What’s great about this event is that all the additional activities are included in the standard ticket price of the park.
5. Fal River Autumn Festival
From the 19th to the 29th of October the Fal River Festival has a host of great outdoor events for you to take part in.
Open water swimming, nature walks, archery as well as loads of food and drink events are just some of the activities on offer.
There’s something for everyone so this festival is worth checking out!
6. Bloodhound Supersonic Car Trial Run
If you’re feeling the need, the need for speed, watching the first test of the Bloodhound Supersonic Car is the event for you.
The test will take place at Newquay Aero Hub and will see the car be driven up to dizzying speeds of 200mph as the car is tested before it goes off to set a land speed record of 1000mph.
This is a huge engineering feat with the purpose of not only setting a new world record but more importantly to inspire a new generation of young people to engage with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in an exciting and innovative way.
Certainly worth your time as its a once in a lifetime event!
We have lots of deals this October, find out more about our late deals here!