The Fish Festival team, led by chairman Kevin Bennetts with Andrew Wheeler, John Lander, Janette Eathorne, Peter Haddock, Larry Hartwell, and Event Co-ordinator, Leah will open the Festival at 10.00 and will present a cheque to the Fishermans Mission. Over £250,000 has been raised by the Festival over the years for use by the Mission solely in Cornwall.
- 10.00 Official Opening
- 10.10 The Rocking Five
- 10.45 Kerrier Male Choir
- 11.30 Ritzy Belles
- 12.15 Camborne Town Youth Band
- 1.30 Whippletree Celeih Band
- 14.30 Ritzy Belles
- 15:10 Trawler Race results and prize giving
- 15:20 The Rocking Five
- 16.15 Whippletree Celeih Band
The Rockin’5 are a lively 5 piece band playing 50’s & 60’s music, to get the festival off to a rocking start. Come and jive or twist – time to show off your dance moves!
Kerrier Male Choir – formally St Keverne, one of Cornwall’s oldest male choirs, singing an exciting programme of Modern, Traditional and Showstopping songs. Come and be entertained by the men from the most Southerly Point in Cornwall
Camborne Town Youth Band, Cornwall’s most decorated junior band, dynamic, musical and always entertaining. Come and be blown away by the extraordinary talent of this young band.
The Ritzy Belles, Cornwall’s answer to the Andrews Singers, classy, sassy, and hugely entertaining. Dressed in American Army Uniforms, with well polished moves, and fantastic harmonies.Don’t miss this performance, back for the second year due to public demand, a real show stopping routine.
Whippletree Ceilidh Band ,an exciting seven-piece band with a different sound, to get you on your feet dancing or just sitting and clapping along. A Cornish band well known on the band dance circuit and this year it’s their first time on the main stage! Don’t miss your chance to hear them live and loud!
Six members of the Fish Festival Committee led by chairman Kevin Bennetts, Andrew Wheeler ,John Lander, Janette Eathorne, Peter Haddock Larry Hartwell, and Event Co-ordinator Leah, will open the Festival at 10am, and will present a cheque to the Fishermans Mission. Over £250,000 pounds has been raised by the festival over the years – the proceeds go direct to the mission team for use in Cornwall .