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Troon Film Club

Troon Church Hall, Treslothan Road, Troon, Camborne, UK

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Kehelland Film Club

Kellhelland Village Hall

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Folk Duo: Katie Kirk & Rick Williams

Dreamers Folk Club, Sportsman's Arms, Sportsman’s Arms, Four Lanes, Cornwall, TR16 6LR

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Troon Film Club

Troon Church Hall, Treslothan Road, Troon, Camborne, UK

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Wild Spring Hare

North Cliffs, Tehidy Woods TR14, UK

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Trevithick Day

Camborne Town Centre, Camborne, TR14 8EA

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King Edward Mine Open Day

King Edward Mine, Newton Moor, Troon, Camborne, TR149HW

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BAIT

Treslothan Rd, Troon, Camborne TR14 9EG, UK

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Portreath Millennium Hall

Millenium Community Hall Portreath, Penberthy Road, Portreath, United Kingdom

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Troon Church Hall

Treslothan Rd, Troon, Camborne TR14 9EG

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Camborne

Packed with fascinating industrial heritage, historical trails and much-loved visitor attractions, Camborne is perhaps best known for its role in Cornwall’s world-changing tin and copper mining industry during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

Today Camborne features remnants from Cornwall’s mining past, with several engine houses dotted around the surrounding landscape, some of which serve as popular visitor attractions to tell stories of how Cornish mining shaped the world we live in today.

East Pool Mine, a National Trust property, is located in Pool on the outskirts of Camborne, and features one of the largest surviving Cornish beam engines in the world.

A trip to Heartlands in Pool is also a must for anyone with a sense of adventure, offering a 19-acre site for discovery, including diverse gardens, art and craft studios, sculptures, exhibitions and a unique cafe.

Situated a few short miles away from Camborne, the award-winning King Edward Mine museum offers an intriguing day out, giving visitors a flavour of what life was like for Cornish miners.
Camborne also hosts cultural events throughout the year, across a variety of venues in this authentically Cornish town. All Saints Church in the Tuckingmill area features performances from local, up and coming performers as well as gig-circuit favourites such as folk music rising stars Philip Henry and Hannah Martin, as well as folk music legend Steve Knightley.

Take a trip to this culturally diverse area of Cornwall and experience its strong community spirit and fascinating history.

categories Community, Film

Troon Film Club

Fri 6th Mar, 2020

Troon Church Hall, Camborne

  £3 — £6

categories Dance, Live Music

Dancing to Red River Rock in Portreath

Sat 7th Mar, 2020

Portreath Millennium Hall, Camborne

  £6 — £6

categories Community, Film

Kehelland Film Club

Sat 21st Mar, 2020

Kellhelland Village Hall, Camborne

  £3 — £6

categories Live Music

Folk Duo: Katie Kirk & Rick Williams

Sun 29th Mar, 2020

Dreamers Folk Club, Sportsman's Arms, Camborne

categories Community, Film

Troon Film Club

Fri 3rd Apr, 2020

Troon Church Hall, Camborne

  £3 — £6

categories Community, Live Music

Ma Polaine’s Great Decline

Sat 4th Apr, 2020

Troon Church Hall, Camborne

  £8 — £8

categories Family, Theatre

Wild Spring Hare

Fri 3rd Apr, 2020 — Mon 13th Apr, 2020

Tehidy Woods, Camborne

  £9.50 — £9.50

categories Community, Cornish & Heritage

Trevithick Day

Sat 25th Apr, 2020

Camborne Town Centre, Camborne

  £0 — £0

categories Cornish & Heritage, Live Music

King Edward Mine Open Day

Sun 26th Apr, 2020

King Edward Mine, Camborne

  £0 — £0

categories Community, Film

BAIT

Fri 1st May, 2020

Troon Church Hall, Camborne

  £3 — £6