After a gap of four years Mawgan Church is once again holding a Daffodil Festival in February – starting on Friday 17th and ending on Sunday 19th February.
As usual the church will be decked with thousands of bright yellow daffodils gown locally and will celebrate both the flower and the industry which is such an important part of the local economy and has been for over a hundred years.
In addition there will be displays of art and craft work by local artists and live music provided by a variety of musicians.
As usual the catering team are gearing up to provide lunches and teas and refreshments will be available all day.
Churchwarden Pauline Arnold said “We are so excited to be holding the Festival again especially as we were unable to do so in 2021 because of the covid pandemic. It’s a wonderful community event as so many people are involved in putting it together – from arranging the displays to baking delicious cakes. We have already received lots of enquiries from people who have visited in the past and are looking forward to doing so again.”
The Festival will open at 10.30am each day and finish at 4.30pm and on Sunday Rev’d Lisa Coupland will conclude the Festival with a special Celtic Evensong.