Christmas pudding, spices and folk music on The Moor
THE Moor played host to the second Food and Folk Festival when children had the chance to get close to sea creatures while adults made a start on Christmas dessert.
Staff from Falmouth Aquarium led a series of workshops for children to touch an edible crab and a spiny sea star.
Families also took part in the Stir It Up Saturday workshops, making their own Christmas pudding mix to take away.
Last year the festival, which is run by the Prince of Wales, Finn McCouls and the Wodehouse Arms pubs and supported by Falmouth Business Improvement District (BID), attracted more than 2,500 visitors.
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Jayne Martin, landlady of the Prince of Wales, said: "Footfall was down on last year but the workshops were great.
"The Christmas pudding workshop sold out. It was quite a mix, we were surprised as there were quite a lot of adults. They thought it was brilliant because they didn't have to buy all the ingredients and measure it out."
Food was on offer from Fal Spice, including a fish curry, and the company exhibited some of its wares alongside Wild Flowers Bakery.
Music was provided by Sam Williams and the Flock of Bats on Friday night, and Cola on Saturday night.