Community (Your Parish)
Explore the fascinating area around the ancient town of Callington with your companion(s)
The Callington Community Arts Venue – popularly known as “CAVe” – is a much appreciated venue for a wide range or cultural and artistic activities. It has become established as a highly valued part of Callington’s life.
On the second Saturday of each month family films are shown in the Town Hall. The films, which are invariably the latest releases, provide an opportunity for all the generations to come together and enjoy an afternoon out.
A new festival for Callington celebrating the light in the dark on a winter’s evening in November.
Callington Honey Fair is one of the largest street fairs in Cornwall, with hundreds of people visiting the Town to enjoy the one day event. The modern-day fair will be held on Saturday 30th September 2023
Entertainment on the streets of Callington include Music, Dance, Fun and Laughter for all the family along with the annual “Callington Furry Dance” and a specially choreographed accompanying dance routine.
The annual “Tansys Golowan” or St John’s Eve Bonfire is held on Kit Hill every 23rd June. The event, in both Cornish and English, is run by the Callington Old Cornwall Society and celebrates the middle of summer.
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Callington has a long history stretching back many hundreds of years. It was once suggested as one of the possible locations of the ancient site of Celliwig, associated with King Arthur.