Village feast celebrations underway with hunting, golf and singing
PAUL village’s annual feast got under way this week, beginning with a civic service on Sunday and events ongoing over seven days.
Following the church celebrations a traditional ceilidh, or Celtic social gathering, took place later in the evening - with performances scheduled from notable acts such as the Blazing Heart Chorus and Shindig.
On Monday morning the cub meet of the Western Hunt featured at the King’s Arms pub, where the Stirrup Cup was presented.
A mix of stalls, coffee and cakes were enjoyed, while other events were set to take place at Mousehole School in the afternoon and evening.
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Monday also saw the Paul Feast Golf Match played at Cape Cornwall, followed by dinner at the pub and a sing song from Mousehole Male Voice Choir.
A number of other events have been happening and are arranged throughout the week, culminating in the annual battle between Paul and Mousehole for the coveted Hump Trophy on Saturday in the renowned boules match and another choir service on Sunday.