This circular walk of 7 miles, led by Mark Camp, is for the adventurous. It offers a bit of everything from wooded creeks, spectacular coastal views and some hidden bits of South East Cornwall. It is steep in places and could be muddy as well – be prepared.
Join us in our annual prize presentation to the winners of the Fowey Festival Awards for Young Writers & Artists 2019. Prizes will be awarded to the winners in each category for their poems, short stories and works of art all relating to this years competition theme of ‘Last Night I Dreamt…’.
This year’s opening luncheon will be held in the recently refurbished, Fowey Harbour Hotel, commencing with a drinks reception followed by a two-course lunch and coffee. We are delighted to welcome our guest speaker, international bestselling author Diane Setterfield.
The Garden will be open in aid of the Friends of St Winnow Church. The garden has been restored during the last 20 years and now rare trees and shrubs can be seen as well as an extensive wood of English Bluebells.
A compelling exploration into the unique psyche of the heart surgeon, by one of the profession’s most eminent figures. For heart surgeons, the inevitable cost of failure is death and in The Knife’s Edge, Stephen reflects on the unique mindset of those who are drawn to this exhilarating and often tragic profession.
Jeremy Robson talks about his life as a successful poet and publisher that saw him work with many bestselling authors and occupy a place at the heart of the UK’s poetry scene.
Due to popular demand, we are delighted to welcome Andy Kershaw back to Fowey. Following sell-out performances throughout the UK, his show is based on his autobiography Andy Kershaw: No Off Switch.