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Whats On Guide


There are many different events happening at The Well Parc throughout the year. Below we have tried to include as may as possible to give you a fuller picture of what we do, we've also included a little look into the area's around us.

Weekly Events


Annual Events



Depending on how many teams enter the local dart league, two finals nights will be held on two Wednesday's around this time, hosting the finals of all competitions held during the season. This includes the team knock out and team plate knock out and at the end of the evening all the prizes are presented.


Nov 5th:

A bonfire and firework night is always held on this night. It has become very popular with folk coming from far and wide to see the spectacular display.


Dec 21st:

A large Christmas draw is always held around this time with over one hundred prizes to give away. Mince pies and hot punch are handed round during the interval at half time.

Dec 25th:

We open Christmas Day from 11.30 am - 2.00 pm.

Dec 31st:

A grand New Years Eve party is held, beginning with a 5 course meal and followed by open doors to all who would like to join us to celebrate the New Year.


Out & About Guide

Things to do

Cornwall is also home to many world class tourist attractions such as the Eden Project, The Tate Modern - St Ives and The National Maritime Museum Cornwall to name just three. There are many country houses and stately homes in Cornwall both private, English Heritage and National Trust owned. Cornwall also has many fine Gardens which are highly recommended, such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan near St Austell and Trelissick near Truro.

Cornwall Coastal Path

Leading away from both beaches is the Cornwall Coastal Path offering, in one direction a walk into the ancient working fishing port of Padstow and in the other direction the costal path leads to another beautiful sandy beach at Harlyn and onwards to the new Lifeboat Station and the lighthouse at Trevose Head (which is open to visitors). Regardless of which direction you take, or your pace, the coastal path offers unspoilt views, tiny coves and various other routes and footpaths to explore the local area. As a guide the walk into Padstow can take from 30 minutes to an entire afternoon, depending on your chosen route and pace. Harlyn is also approximately 30 minutes away on foot.


Wave breaking at Harlyn Beach

Wave breaking at Harlyn Beach

Coastal Path near Padstow, overlooking Rock

To the south west the Coastal Path passes the impressive Madrips



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