Spring Events

We are one year old! Sunday 5th May, 4pm onwards, all welcome On the 5th of May 2018, we opened our doors to the public for the first time, following major renovation and refurbishment works. To mark the passing of our first year, we want to say thank you to everyone who has supported us […]

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From The Kitchen

  A visit to Trevelyan Farm A couple of weeks ago, on a rather nondescript early Spring day, we paid a visit to Trevelyan Farm, just off the A394, a little beyond Rosudgeon.  The Farm Shop, run by Tim, is well known, and well frequented, and sells produce that comes from the land behind the […]

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New opening hours

We are now open three nights a week, Thursday to Saturday, serving our ever-evolving evening menu from 6pm to 9pm.  And we’ve got the best Summer sunset views in Helston! We also continue to serve Sunday lunch, with meat and vegan roast options available every week. Full opening hours for the spring and summer season can be found […]

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Food For Thought

We screened farming documentary ‘In Our Hands’ on Thursday 28th February, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with representatives from Trevelyan Farm and the recently formed Helston Transition Group.  With the upcoming Extinction Rebellion talk on the 20th March, it seems like a good moment to to remind ourselves of the climate challenges we face and how our […]

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February Events

Thursday 14th February Live Music: Ashley Height If you’re after a different kind of (anti-)Valentine’s night, then this is for you. Bring along your friends as well as your loved ones for a sociable night of live music, to be enjoyed with good company, and good food. Ashley Height is a virtuoso guitarist, innovative songwriter […]

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Solstice Party: a festive freak out

Friday 21st December, doors 6:30pm, free admission Join us for food, music and dancing to mark the passing of the longest night. With musical contributions from: SEAMAS CAREY the accordion-playing human man. BIG VERN BURNS Spinning vinyl with way out sounds from the 50s and 60s. A festive supper served at 8pm: something hot and […]

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