2pm Sunday 5th March, Piran Point, Perran Sands holiday park
See St Piran, his disciples and relics!
Hear Cornish bagpipes. Walk, sing & be merry!
Parking and toilets by kind permission of Perran Sands holiday park. Parking available at the reception or overflow car parks
The event is organised by St Piran Trust
Revd Canon Anne Brown, the current priest for Perranzabuloe, will start the procession from Piran Point, Penhale Sands holiday park with a blessing at 2pm. The procession will be led by a Cornish piper, St Piran, along with his first disciples, badger, boar and fox. The Gorsedh Chaplain, Revd Canon Jane Kneebone will lead prayers at St Piran’s Oratory and the Grand Bard, Pol Hodge, will give an address. Then onto the second church where Trelawny will be sung and traditionally people leave daffodils at the St Piran’s Cross.