Tuesday, August 06 2013, 12:39PM
“Saturday 7th September – Pasty Day – 10am onwards• The town centre will be lined with high-quality Cornish food and drink stalls. See how many different pasty fillings you can try!• Back by popular demand the free "make your own pasty" activity! At the former Boots shop near the main stage. 10am-2pm. • Pick up an Oggy Treasure Trail for just 25p and receive a gift at the end. Can you answer all 10 questions correctly? There are special prizes for two lucky winners at 4pm.• Live music on the main stage in order of appearance from 10am:- Evco Acoustic- The Scarecrows- The Money Shot- Black Top Deluxe- Hanterhir• Street entertainment at the Tinners Hounds/Tatie Court:- 11am Boekka and Penkevyll (with the famous 'Oss)- 12pm & 1:30 Aberfal Oggymen- 12:50 Stamp and Go- 3pm Pirates of St Piran• New children's fair at Flowerpot Chapel car park featuring:- Surf simulator- Archery- Ponies- Bouncy Castle- Pillow wars and many more!• Meet the celebrities at the cooking demonstrations; featuring James Strawbridge, Paul Young, Eunice Woolcock, Marion Symonds and Elaine Ead; all at St Rumon's Club• Crafty Pasties - children's crafts 10am to 2pm. Exhibitions continuing from Friday plus display of original documents from the Cornwall Record Office on the history of pasty making throughout the day – all at the Cornish Studies Library• Refreshments and displays at Murdoch House, including exhibitions from pasty making firms, and a talk by a local producer at 2pm• Live entertainment at St Rumon's Club: - 12pm St Aubyn Singers- 2pm Illogan Sparnon Silver Band- 9:30pm The Bubble – 70s/80s New Wave, Pop and Punk• Get yourself a brand new Pasty Festival keyring, and look out for FREE Pasty Festival badges• This year we are delighted to welcome back visitors from our twin town in Mexico, Real Del Monte. Look out for Mexican musicians over the weekend who have come to serenade you in the street!Sunday 8th September – Memorial Day – 10am onwards• 10am Pilgrimage from Bassett Stamp House to St Euny Church via Wheal Euny• 11am Remembering in the Churchyards and in Church• 11.30 In St Euny Church:- The Redruth Community Choir bring Remembering in Song- Music from official Mexican visitors- Demonstration of Cornish Dance- Exhibition of paintings and photographs• 12.30 Pasty Lunch [order in advance - contact Rev Olive Stevens 01209 842372]• 3pm Remembering again: A talk by Mr Alan Buckley and Cream Teas.ALSO ON SUNDAY!• Redruth Fun day – afternoon of music, performances and fair stalls at Victoria Park (TR15 2HQ). Refreshments, beer tent, bouncy castle, go karts and more. Run by Redruth Lions, opened by the Mayor at 12 midday.• Los Pacaminos featuring Paul Young live in concert, 7pm The Zone Nightclub. Tickets £14, book online: lospacaminospastyfestival.eventbrite.com – tel: 01209 210038Redruth is easily accessible by car and public transport. See more on getting to Redruth here: nullDownload the FREE "Visit Redruth" App, including interactive mapThe Mining and Pasty Festival is organised by a community working group led by Redruth Town Council. It is a non-profit community event. With thanks to our sponsors and partners for their support. For more information please contact Lee Dunkley, Community Partnership Officer, on 01209 210038 or email@example.comPaul Young and Los Pacaminos live concert at the Pasty Festival! Tickets here: null”
Tuesday, August 06 2013, 12:52PM
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Tuesday, August 06 2013, 2:19PM
“Cant beat a decent pasty,be he crimped along the side,or up an over.all washed down with a mug of sweet tea.”
Tuesday, August 06 2013, 2:57PM
“Too true 'everywhere'......I think I shall go along to this......looks brilliant”
Wednesday, August 07 2013, 10:17AM
“Last years "pasty day" was great fun, I shall go again this year!”
Wednesday, August 07 2013, 7:02PM
“We have all worked hard on our assignments to make this a success. I shall be proud to once again participate over the event and along with others will be wearing my black kilt and speaking Kernewek. We are working hard on Piranfest '14 already. Proper Cornish. Proper job.”
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