When the harvest season returns to the city, the weekend festivities are set to begin in Helston.
Following last year’s break due to the epidemic, events have resumed this afternoon (Saturday) from a fun dog show at Coronation Park.
Nights at the Green Market near the old cattle market will open at 1:30 p.m.
They include interesting lessons such as ‘Pretty Dog’, ‘Pretty Dog’, ‘Golden Girl’ and ‘Pretty Puppy’, as well as ‘waggiest tail’, ‘combination of best legs’, ‘fancy dress’ and ‘my dog got it’ . Talent! ‘, Ten in total.
Admission is £ 1 per unit, cash only.
The Helson Carnival tonight has categories for large, medium and small floating, decorated bicycle or wheelchair, wine cart and trailer.
The trial will take place at 4:45 p.m., before the rally will take place at 6:45 p.m., on Trengrouse Way and Main Street on Coinagehall Street and before you go back to Windron Street, Godolfin Road and Tesco again. .
The event is sponsored by Flames, cash prizes for the winners. Admission is free, you do not have to pre-register, just come on the day of the dress.
Tomorrow (Sunday) will end with fruit and vegetable production at the old cattle market. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. This will include a prize for the August gardening competition.
The Helson Town Band will play outside in the afternoon and there will be a draw.
The show, from flowers, fruits and vegetables to handicrafts, photographs and children’s entries, and puppet puppets will be held at the Cornish Life Museum on the last two Thursday of August.
There will also be a shop window competition and a ‘Find the Rats’ trail in August, a two-day open-air bowling competition at the Helson Bowling Club on a bank holiday weekend and a pool hop model model club on the lake.
Photographs taken over the weekend will be displayed in the Helson Package this Wednesday.