Mevagissey harbour  Visiting Cornwall Logo - background is part of Bodmin Moor as seen from Jamaica Inn at Altarnun. The road in the picture is the main A30 through Cornwall. Eden Project near St Austell 
 

Visiting Cornwall's Guide to the
2005 Daphne du Maurier Festival of Arts and Literature
Venues in and around Polruan

 
The Daphne du Maurier Festival of Arts and Literature is a community event co-ordinated by Restormel Borough Council. 2005 is the 9th year of the festival and provides an entertaining 10 days of star names, guided walks, talks, drama, local events and free entertainment. The events are set in the picturesque harbour town of Fowey and neighbouring towns and villages.

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Daphne du Maurier Festival -
Venues in and around Polruan

Coal Wharf, next to the main Quay
 
Patchwork of Gardens, tickets and plans available on the day from Crumpets, Headland, Pencarreg, Furze Park and 18 St Saviour's Hill
 
Polruan Quay, at the bottom of the village opposite Fowey (passenger ferry arrives here from Whitehouse Quay, Fowey)
 
Polruan Village Hall, up the hill at the top end of the village.
 
Polruan WI Hall, up the hill from the Quay
 
St Saviour's Church, Fore Street, Polruan
St Wyllow's Church, Lanteglos-by-Fowey is the parish church of Lanteglos-by- Fowey (OS Map Ref SX145515) where Daphne married Major Frederick Browning on 19th July 1932. The church is north east of Polruan near the head of Pont Pill.


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