Cornwall Life - - THE DIARY -

Newquay has a cen­turies old as­so­ci­a­tion with fish and the an­nual Fish Fes­ti­val in early Septem­ber at­tracts more than 20,000 vis­i­tors to cel­e­brate this con­nec­tion with the sea. There are three days packed with en­ter­tain­ment and the chance to sam­ple and buy lo­cal pro­duce. There are cook­ing demon­stra­tions ev­ery day – in­clud­ing one from Fif­teen Corn­wall head chef Adam Banks – which will all pro­mote the va­ri­ety of fish and shell­fish on of­fer off the Cor­nish coast. Lo­cal ho­tels and res­tau­rants get be­hind the fes­ti­val to pro­mote lo­cal seafood and pro­duce. In the food, craft and arts tents you can sam­ple ev­ery­thing from tra­di­tional pasties and Cor­nish cakes to curry, crepes and choco­late foun­tains.


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