St Piran liked a drink and the local expression ‘as drunk as a Perraner’ has survived down the ages. It is also reputed that he lived to the grand old age of 206. So why not join us and The Aggie Boys Choir, (who also like a drink) on March the 5th for St Pirans Day and Cornwall Community Foundations Trelawny Shout! ...
St Pirans Day Trelawny Shout
March 5, 2018, 8:00pm - March 6, 2018, 12:00am
Join us for St Piran’s Day and Trelawny Shout 2018!
Monday 5th March.
The brainchild of the Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF), the 9pm mass singing down at the pub of The Song of the Western Men - to give the tune its proper name –happened for the first time in 2015, with over seventy pubs and nearly three thousand people taking part.
Growing year on year, the annual celebration of all things Cornish has become a firm favourite to finish off our patron saint’s day in style. So get down to the Tinners and help raise money for the CCF, which funds projects in every parish in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, and guarantees every single penny raised stays in Cornwall.
Don't forget to book your table for Sunday lunch to avoid disappointment!
Sunday roast by William Wordsworth
i like Sunday dinner a proper Sunday roast this it is my favorite dish the one i like the most looking at beef as it roasts away sat there in oven in the baking in its tray eating all the veg roasties and the mash a proper Sunday dinner a proper Sunday bash making up the gravy for a little pour ad a little bit then a little more then there is the pudding looking very nice my favorite one of all a lovely bowl of rice i love Sunday dinner a proper Sunday roast my very favorite dinner the one i like the most ...