Truro to celebrate St Piran’s Day

Truro City Council is excited to be working with partners Truro Old Cornwall Society and Salt Projects (Cornwall) to plan the 2023 St Piran’s Day Parade. This year, Truro’s celebrations will take place on Saturday 4th March.  St Piran’s Feast falls on 5th March each year. Truro’s parade is a celebration of Cornwall’s patron saint, […]

New Year’s Eve Fireworks

Truro City Council is looking forward to the New Year’s Eve celebrations on Saturday 31st December, in which there will be two fireworks displays in the city.  This includes the family fireworks at 19.30, and the traditional midnight display. Both displays can be viewed from Lemon Quay. The family fireworks were first introduced in 2019, […]

Truro City Council introduces ‘Warm Welcome’ initiative

Truro City Council, working alongside CHAOS Group and Volunteer Cornwall, is pleased to introduce the new ‘Warm Welcome’ initiative, which aims to relieve the pressures from those in our community this winter amid the rising cost of living.  Warm Welcome will provide warm and safe community spaces for people to visit during the winter, reducing […]

Truro City Council’s Annual Bonfire and Fireworks Display returns

Truro City Council is pleased to announce the return of the annual Bonfire and Fireworks Display at Tremorvah Playing Field.  The event will take place on Friday 4th November.  Gates will open at 5pm. The bonfire will be lit at 6pm, followed by a fireworks display at 6.30pm. Entry is charged at £3 per adult […]

Have your say on improvements for Tregurra Playing Field

Truro City Council and our Community Development Officer, Damien Richards, have been working with the communities of Tregurra, Trevethow Riel, and Treffry, for some time to drive forwards the development of the playing field at Pensilva Road, Tregurra. We have also been working collaboratively with our partners, Cornwall Housing, Cornwall Council, and Mei Loci, to […]