LSTD at Cornwall Tourism Awards

Organisers and volunteers of the Looe Saves the Day festival almost stole the show at this year’s Cornwall Tourism Awards as guests at the glittering ceremony clapped and cheered as the team were presented with a special community award for their amazing achievement in organising a community led event for thousands of music lovers in just 18 days.

Although the timing of the festival meant it was not eligible to be considered for a main award, the judges at the Cornwall Tourism Awards were so impressed by the way the local community pulled together to rescue the festival at such short notice, they decided to present the town with a special award.

Announcing the award host Daphne Skinnard said that the town had refused to accept the loss of the original festival and had “pulled out all the stops” to ensure that an event took place.  “You are a credit to the town and to the people of Looe” she said.

The glass award, designed by Jo Downs, was presented to Festival Directors Armand Toms, the Mayor of Looe, and local Cornwall Councillor Edwina Hannaford by Robin Barker, organiser of Cornwall Tourism Awards.

 “Tourism is all about teams, and events are about teams coming together to create something that attracts visitors to a destination to have a great experience” he said.  “This year’s Awards panel were hugely impressed by how the Looe community worked together to create something out of a crisis, showing how well community teams can deliver if there’s a will and shared passion. 

“The panel unanimously decided to award a special community award to Looe Saves the Day – and to offer congratulations to everyone involved.”

Accepting the award on behalf of the Looe Saves the Day festival team and the residents and businesses of Looe, an emotional Armand Toms and Edwina Hannaford said they were very proud of what had been achieved.

“We recognised that the festival was very important to our local economy, generating more than £18m over the past seven years.  Everyone was disappointed by the unexpected cancellation at such short notice and so we decided to see if we could put on an event to replace it.

 “Normally organising an event on this scale would take many months of preparation – we had just three weeks – but we were determined to give it a go if the local community were behind the idea.“

 The local community certainly were behind the idea. With funding in place, the stage built, hundreds of acts booked – both for the main stage and the 28 bars, cafes and restaurants throughout the town, and more than 250 volunteers recruited, the Looe Saves the Day group welcomed thousands of people to the town during the three day event.

The decision to come together to stage a festival after the official  Looe Music Festival was cancelled less than three weeks before it was due to take place has received widespread praise from individuals and communities across the country, with many highlighting the incredible community spirit which made it possible.

The LSTD team are already looking ahead to next year . Following a packed public meeting which gave a massive thumbs up to the principle of staging a community led festival in 2019, the group are working on drawing up a detailed business plan which looks at the practicalities of staging an event.

The costs of staging this year’s festival were just under £60,000, with the money raised through a mixture of donations, sponsorship, fund raising events, crowdfunding, street collections and the sale of Looe Saves the Day merchandise. The true costs of replicating the event next year with some refinements are predicted at around £200,000 and the team are working on attracting more sponsorship and looking at fund raising options, including charging for tickets.

 “People at the public meeting were clear they want any future festival to be community led “ said Edwina and Armand.  “But we also need to ensure that it is financially sustainable and does not overload the infrastructure of the town.

“This award shows just what can happen when businesses and residents in Looe get together to make something happen.  We know we have a bigger mountain to climb this time but we also know that if we all work together we can get to the top”.

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Public support for 2019 festival

Overwhelming public support for staging 2019 community led music festival in Looe

25 October 2018

Looe residents and businesses attending a packed public meeting in the town’s Guildhall last night have given a massive thumbs up to the principle of staging a community led festival in 2019.

This year’s Looe Saves the Day festival saw thousands of people flock to the town during the last week of September to take part in the event which was arranged in less than three weeks following the last minute cancellation of the original festival. Despite some slight wet weather issues, the feedback from visitors, local residents and businesses taking part was amazingly positive, with enormous praise for the atmosphere and community spirit and the range of music on offer.

Last week LSTD organisers heard that judges at this year’s Cornwall Tourism Awards were giving the town a special award for its amazing achievement in organising a community led event at such short notice. This will be presented to the team at Truro Cathedral on 1 November. If that was not enough the group has just received a letter of congratulations from Her Majesty The Queen after a local resident wrote to Buckingham Palace.

With 96% of those taking part in an online survey also backing the idea of a festival next year, organisers are now looking in detail at the practicalities, including the format and timing of a future event, and how to meet the potential £200,000 costs.

Thanking people for their support, LSTD Directors Armand Toms and Edwina Hannaford, said a huge amount of work needed to be done quickly if the town wanted to stage a successful festival in September 2019.

“This year’s festival was an extraordinary event, with hundreds of people and organisations giving up their time to help us stage an event in less than three weeks” said Armand Toms. “This included the many bands which either played for free or for reduced fees.  

“We also had incredible support from Devon and Cornwall Police and Cornwall Council, who worked with us to ensure that all the health and safety arrangements were in place, from local pubs, cafes, restaurants and hotels who put on their own events, from individuals and sponsors who helped us raise the money we needed to stage the festival at such short notice, and from the local community who came forward to act as volunteers.  

“While we are certain that Looe’s amazing community spirit will still be here, organising an event next year will require the town to make some key decisions and do a huge amount of work within the next few weeks if we want to go ahead. “ 

The costs of staging this year’s festival were just under £70,000, with the money raised through a mixture of donations, sponsorship, fund raising events, crowdfunding, street collections and the sale of Looe Saves the Day merchandise. The true costs of replicating the event next year with some refinements are predicted at around £200,000 and the team are already working on attracting more sponsorship and looking at fund raising options, including charging for tickets.

“ People have told us that they want any future festival to be community led, and to showcase local talent as well as having headline acts and crowd pleasers” said Edwina Hannaford. “We agree. We also want to make sure that all sections of the community are included, young and old, and that local businesses are involved from the start so everyone can benefit.

“It is vital that any future event is financially sustainable and this may mean charging for tickets. If this does happen we are committed to ensuring that tickets prices are kept as low as possible. If we do raise more than £200,000 we can look at doing more, but we need to keep a balance between the needs of local people and visitors, and ensure that the scale of the event remains manageable and does not overload the infrastructure of the town.

 “The enthusiasm of people at last night’s public meeting and the feedback we have received over the past month have shown there is strong support for staging a festival next year. We now need to harness this support and draw up a detailed business plan so we can take this forward.

“We know we have a bigger mountain to climb this time but we also know that Looe Saved the Day in less than three weeks – just imagine what we can achieve in the next 11 months”.  

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LSTD receives Cornwall Tourism Award

Organisers and volunteers of the Looe Saves the Day festival will be presented with a very special award by judges at this year’s Cornwall Tourism Awards on 1 November for their amazing achievement in organising a community led event for thousands of music lovers in just 18 days.

Although the timing of the Looe Saves the Day festival meant it was not eligible to be considered for a main award in this year’s Tourism Event and Festival category, the judges at the Cornwall Tourism Awards were so impressed by the way the local community pulled together to rescue the festival at such short notice, they have decided to present the town with a special award.

News of the surprise award was announced to more than 250 LSTD volunteers during the wrap party held at Trelawne Manor Holiday Park on 19 October.

 “Tourism is all about teams, and events are about teams coming together to create something that attracts visitors to a destination to have a great experience” said Robin Barker, organiser of  Cornwall Tourism Awards.. “This year’s Awards panel were hugely impressed by how the Looe community worked together to create something out of a crisis, showing how well community teams can deliver if there’s a will and shared passion.

“The panel unanimously decided to award a special community award to Looe Saves the Day – and to offer congratulations to everyone involved.”

 “This really is the icing on the cake” said Festival Directors Armand Toms, the Mayor of Looe, and local Cornwall Councillor Edwina Hannaford.  “The wrap party was always going to be a special night for everyone involved in the Looe Saves the Day festival but the news that we are going to receive a special award has made it a real night to remember.

The decision by residents and businesses from the small Cornish fishing port to come together to stage a festival after the official Looe Music Festival was cancelled less than three weeks before it was due to take place, has received widespread praise from individuals and communities across the country, with many highlighting the incredible community spirit which made it possible.

 “We recognised that the festival was very important to our local economy, generating more than £18m over the past seven years said Edwina Hannaford.  “Everyone was disappointed by the unexpected cancellation at such short notice and so we decided to see if we could put on an event to replace it.

 “Normally organising an event on this scale would take many months of preparation – we had just three weeks – but we were determined to give it a go if the local community were behind the idea.”

The local community certainly were behind the idea, and with funding in place, the stage built, hundreds of acts booked – both for the main stage and the 28 bars, cafes and restaurants throughout the town, and more than 250 volunteers recruited, the Looe Saves the Day group prepared to welcome thousands of people to the town.

This was no easy feat – the group had to pull together an event management plan and 20 individual appendices covering everything from crowd and traffic management, health and safety to providing public toilets, as well as raising the money needed to stage the festival, which included meeting extensive safety requirements.

Led by  Looe Town Council, which agreed to take on the role of official event organiser, and despite some weather issues on one of the days, the group staged an incredibly successful community inspired and community organised Looe Saves the Day event, with enthusiastic festival goers enjoying an incredible range of music over the three days.

While the acts which took part were awesome, this was always about more than just the music” said Armand Toms.  “This was about a community coming together to turn a potential disaster into a success for the whole town. I said at the end of the festival that I was incredibly proud of everyone who worked so hard over to make it happen and I am delighted that this hard work and community spirit has now been recognised by judges at the Cornwall Tourism Awards”.

Many of those who attended the festival were full of praise for the community feel of the event and are keen to see it repeated next year. Looe Saves the Day organisers are also keen to ensure that Looe stages a music festival in 2019 and have been seeking the views of local residents and businesses on the kind of event they would like to see. A public meeting is being held on 24 October to enable people to have their say, with organisers planning to announce a final decision in November.

“Everyone who was involved with this year’s event wants to be involved next year which is fantastic news for Looe “ said Edwina Hannaford. “While we managed to stage an incredible festival in less than three weeks this time, it was certainly a challenge and relied on the goodwill of large numbers of people.

“While I am sure we will have the same positive support for whatever kind of event is decided for next year, we need to start planning now to ensure that the proper processes are in place. “

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Notes to editors

Please see below a selection of videos about Looe Saves the Day festival :

https://www.dropbox.com/s/igkw32xayboyzbu/Sunday%20Press%20Release.mp4?dl=0

Have Your Say

Many of you have already given us feedback in person, by email and social media about the Looe Saves The Day festival which informed our initial post festival meeting and helped with the decision in principle to hold a festival in 2019, subject to gaining all the necessary permissions. We have a number of fundamental decisions to make regarding the format of the festival and it would be very helpful and wise to get some quantitative input from you, the people who the festival is for. To this end could you click on the link below to complete a short survey. Thank you.

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The Day Was Saved

Community spirit Saves the Day in Looe

LOOE HAS DONE IT ! Residents and businesses from a small Cornish fishing port came together to Save the Day by organising a three day community festival for thousands of music lovers – in just 19 incredible days.

When the official Looe Music Festival was cancelled less than three weeks before it was due to take place, many local communities would have just shrugged, expressed disappointment at the news, and possibly grumbled a bit. Not Looe.

A small group of local people decided to try and do something positive and the Looe Saves The Day festival was born.

Local Cornwall Councillor Edwina Hannaford, who had been involved in setting up the first Looe community music festival seven years ago, put out a call for help on social media and was immediately inundated with offers of support.

Working with the Mayor of Looe and fellow Cornwall Councillor Armand Toms, the duo recruited a small team to help draw up plans for staging an alternative community led event – going back to the roots of the original festival.

“We recognised that the festival was very important to our local economy, generating around £18m over the past seven years “ said Edwina Hannaford. “Everyone was disappointed by the unexpected cancellation at such short notice and so we decided to see if we could put on an event to replace it.

 “Normally organising an event on this scale would take many months of preparation – we had just three weeks – but we were determined to give it a go if the local community were behind the idea. “

 Following a packed public meeting where virtually the whole town turned out to offer support, the group set about turning their vision into reality. With the help of the Perfect Events Group (PEG) team led by MD Samantha Groom and event safety manager Mike Ward, the LSTD group pulled together an event management plan and 20 individual appendices covering everything from crowd and traffic management, health and safety to providing public toilets.

Looe Town Council agreed to take on the role of official event organiser, with Mayor Armand Toms, Edwina Hannaford and Looe Town Council clerk Anne Frith becoming the three Festival Directors.

With the help of a small army of volunteers, the group launched a campaign to raise the funds needed to stage the festival. With donations ranging from a few pounds to a significant donation from an individual anonymous benefactor, and a successful crowd funder appeal, they reached their original £30,000 target within 48 hours of the appeal. As the costs of meeting the safety requirements rose, so the fund raising target increased – and still people kept donating. The final amount raised is still being calculated but the organisers are confident that they will meet their costs.

With funding in place, the stage built, hundreds of acts booked – both for the main stage and the 28 bars, cafes and restaurants throughout the town, the town was ready for the start of the community inspired and community organised Looe Saves the Day festival.

Despite the weather leading to the postponement of some of the acts on the first warm up evening, the first full day of the official festival on Friday, 21 September was a triumph – with thousands of people enjoying the music and other Looe attractions in the sunshine.

One act which caught the attention of festival goers was 17 year old local singer Charlie Harris who had been busking around the town to raise money for the festival. She did such an amazing job the LSTD organisers gave her a slot on the main stage on the final evening as a thank you for her hard work.

Other highlights included the Mamma Mia dance-a-long on the beach organised by Sheila’s School of Dancing to raise funds for the Stand Up for Cancer campaign for Cancer Research and the acoustic set performed by Uncle Frank in Ecotricity on Friday night when Sunday night headline act P.P Arnold joined in.

Despite some further weather issues on Saturday afternoon, which caused a small number of acts to be cancelled, everything went according to plan, with enthusiastic festival goers enjoying an incredible range of music over the three days.

While the acts have been awesome, this has always been about more than just the music “ said Armand. “This is about a community coming together to turn a potential disaster into a success for the whole town. I am incredibly proud of everyone who has worked so hard over the past few weeks.

 One of the key linchpins of the festival has been the work of the 250 volunteers. Organised by Looe Town Councillor Viv Sullivan, the teams have done everything from marshalling the traffic and supporting Coast 2 Coast security in managing the 3,000 people in the main arena, to giving out programmes, litter picking to keep the streets clean and making thousands of bacon and sausage baps and cups of tea.

They have all done an outstanding job “ said Viv Sullivan. “But it is not just about the individuals – we have also had incredible support from local businesses which donated food and drink – including a special chocolate cake – for the volunteers. I would like to give special thanks to the South Coast Bakery, The Cornish Bakery, Harbour Café, Sara’s Pasty Shop, St Martin’s Bakery, Looe Bakery, The Co-op, and The Cornish Tea Company “.

So what do the festival goers think about the Looe Saves the Day festival and the group which organised it .

“Fabulous thank you guys – love this place and really appreciate the effort made by all concerned “ said one enthusiastic festival goer, while another added “ I really hope the same team organise an event for next year. Everyone should be so proud. Let’s keep this going. Looe is the best place to be come rain or shine! Throw lots of excellent music in and you just can’t beat it!

Other comments include “ It’s been absolutely amazing so far really great fun – thank you all for such a super festival “ and “ From the people we’ve spoken to we all prefer this festival than previous ones! It’s been all about the local bands and town which is how it should be. Brilliant weekend. Thank you.”

Reading the positive comments from festival goers and local residents after the final performance by headliner P.P. Arnold late on Sunday evening , the exhausted but very happy LTSTD group could hardly believe their own achievements.

“If you had told me three weeks ago I would be part of a team organising a three day music festival, I would have just laughed” said Edwina Hannaford. “But we have done it – this small Cornish fishing port has pulled off an amazing achievement and has given thousands of people an unforgettable experience.

 So what of the future?. Mayor Armand Toms says they need a few days to reflect over what has been achieved over the past three weeks and will then ask the town to decide what they want to see in the future.

Until then the town can be forgiven for just enjoying their moment – after all LOOE HAS SAVED THE DAY.

Last day of festival fun

We’re getting ready for the last day of festival fun …..

Intrepid festival goers in Looe were determined not to let a little rain spoil their party yesterday – filling the bars, cafes and restaurants to listen to the live music and comedy acts being performed in the other 28 venues while the main stage was temporarily closed.

The combination of strong winds and heavy rain during the afternoon unfortunately meant that the stage had to be temporarily shut down for safety reasons – leading to some acts being cancelled.

Luckily the weather improved in time for crowd favourite Mad Dog Mcrae to take to the stage just after 6pm. The excited crowd then gave an equally enthusiastic welcome to The Correspondents before going wild for the arrival of headline act Uncle Frank.

“Saturday was certainly a little soggy but there was still an amazing atmosphere in the town“ said Armand Toms. “As well as the acts in the centre of the town, there were some fantastic performances in the cafes and restaurants in the quay and in West Looe.

“It really was like Glastonbury but luckily with a little rain rather than mud”.

One of the unexpected highlights was an impromptu acoustic performance by Uncle Frank in Ecotricity where one of the audience was tomorrow’s headline act P.P.Arnold who then joined Uncle Frank on stage – a real treat for those festival goers lucky enough to catch the performance.

The Boscarn again hosted acts from the BBC Introducing in Devon and Cornwall stage where a packed crowd watched performances from The Normals, Charlie Harris, Sam Richardson, Velvet Echoes and Helm and the All Star Band.

Eagle eyed visitors to Looe yesterday may have noticed a worrying number of Viking warriors striding along the streets complete with helmets and braids. Don’t worry this was not a serious Viking invasion –just an invitation to dress like a Viking and have some fun. The last day of the festival is traditionally “dress up Sunday” and LSTD organisers are encouraging people to get out their Viking gear or any other fancy dress costumes tucked at the back of their wardrobe and join in .

“Today is all about having fun” said Edwina Hannaford. “Whether you want to dress like a Viking, don your favourite superhero costume or just come as you are – please come and help us celebrate the end of an incredible festival weekend. “

Today’s action starts on the main stage at 12 with Sonic Kingdom, followed by The Viewers, the Grenaways and then Kernow King. Then it is the turn of Russel Sinclair and The Smokin Locos and Vince Lee and the Big Combo before 17 year old busker Charlie Harris takes to the stage for her first big festival performance.

Charlie, who lives in Menheniot , has been busking to raise money for the Looe Saves the Day festival and has been given a slot on the main stage as a thank you for her hard work. Thank you Charlie – you have been amazing!

After Charlie’s performance, The Good Old Fashioned Lover Boys will perform before awesome singer PP Arnold closes the festival with a very special tribute to soul diva Aretha Franklin.

There will also be acts performing in the 28 other venues across the town throughout the day, with highlights including Marley White at the Old Boat House at 3.30; Lost in Space and Blue River at The Boscarn; Will Keating, Harri Larkin and Green Haze at The Portbyhan; Dr Thuds Remedy and Dr Oz at the Quayside Centre, and the Looe Valley Singers, Lanreath Community Music, Sterts Singers and Keltique at the Lifeboat Station … and much, much, much more. Details of all the acts performing in the town are on the website or you can pick up a programme.

“Yesterday was a fantastic day” said Edwina. “We were very grateful for the patience of festival goers while the stage was shut but luckily there were lots of other things for people to see and do.

“Today is going to be even better. This is the last day of the Looe Saves the Day festival 2018 and the weather is looking a little kinder today. We are determined to make sure everyone has a real day to remember”.

Glastonbury without the mud

The sun came out to shine on Looe yesterday and the whole town joined in the party.

From the thousands dancing and singing in the main arena to the amazing sounds of the Huckleberry Finns, the Countrymen and Los Pacamionos featuring Paul Young, to the happy crowds listening to live music in the 28 pubs, cafes and restaurants throughout the town, everyone was having fun.

 “It was like New Year’s Eve with live music “ said an exhausted but very happy Edwina Hannaford, one of the festival’s directors, who had put glitter in her hair to reflect the party mood.“All the artists said they had thoroughly enjoyed performing in Looe, whether that was on the main stage or in one of the other venues.”

The festival was officially launched by BBC Radio Cornwall Breakfast show presenter Julie Skentelbery who proudly told the crowd she was Looe born and bred and was very, very proud of what her town had achieved. Calling on the town to give itself a huge round of applause Julie said that the community spirit in the town was a real inspiration.

Mayor of Looe, and festival director Armand Toms praised the positive attitude and behaviour of everyone in the town. “It was an incredible evening “ he said. “Everyone was having a great time and the whole town was buzzing. “

Certainly the good natured crowds filling the streets, pubs and restaurants in the town seemed to be having a wonderful evening. Everywhere you looked people were laughing and smiling and hugging each other. And everyone was full of praise for the efforts of the Looe Saves the Day team and the hundreds of volunteers who had made it all possible.

 “I can’t believe you did this in just three weeks” said one festival goer to Mayor Armand Toms, while another said that they had never been to a festival with such an incredible community spirit.

Teams of volunteers were out on the streets litter picking early this morning, with others getting the stage ready for today’s acts. The first band Falmouth Soul Sensation will be on the main stage at 12 noon. They will be followed by Helm and the All Star Band, The Trees, The Flaming Infidels, King Creature, Mad Dog Mcrae and the Correspondents, with headline Uncle Frank taking the stage at 9.30pm.

As well as the live music, there are a number of other activities taking place indoors in pubs, cafes and restaurants throughout the town today. There will be a series of silent discos taking place in The Boscarn today – the first for children (accompanied by adults) between 1 and 3 pm. This will be followed by one for teenagers between 5.30 and 7.30 pm with the adult one taking place at 8pm. The Normals, Charlie Harris, Sam Richardson, Velvet Echoes and Helm and the All Star Band will also be playing at The Boscarn.

There are also plenty of things happening along the quay – check out what is happening at The Look Out, the Old Boat House, where Candles, Chloe Carrubba, Velvet Echoes and Jaded Angel will be performing,  and the Rame Peninsula Male Voice Choir in the RNLI boathouse.

You can also get friendly with the Talons raptor and reptile show in the TOC H centre at the Millpool Centre and learn about Cornish language and history in the Cornish corner by the TIC where members of Kowethas will teach you some Cornish words and phrases, with activities for children, and the Mobile Museum.

And don’t forget the pubs, restaurants and cafes in West Looe. There are some amazing live acts performing at these venues all day. These include The Jolly Sailor , the oldest pub in Looe, who have Dark Station performing at 4pm. Oh Majester are at the Quayside Centre at 3.30pm; Eagle Empire and Quo no Uk tribute band are at the Porthbyan Hotel, and Alley Cat Kings are at the Harbour Moon at 2pm. You can use the ferry to cross the river to get there.

Although the weather does not look as good as yesterday, the organisers are determined that they will not let it spoil the fun. “There are lots and lots of activities taking place indoors as well as the amazing acts on the main stage” said Armand Toms. “Looe Saves the Day festival is Glastonbury without the mud – so come along and have a great day”.

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Press Release 7

PHEW … that was an interesting night !

We were disappointed to have to shut the stage after the first act Three Minute Warning had performed last night but the 60 mile an hour gusts of wind meant that it would have been dangerous to continue.

The good news is that we tested the equipment and it all worked very well. The sound was great – as were Three Minute Warning whose performance had the somewhat wet and bedraggled crowd singing and dancing along with the music.

The even better news is that the weather is looking much better today with a few showers but very little wind . We are certainly not going to let the rain stop us having a great time and we know that the thousands of people expected to come to Looe today will be determined to have fun.

The music starts on the main stage at 6pm with the Huckleberry Finns, The Countrymen and then headline act Los Pacaminos featuring Paul Young and we will be there to join in with the fun. Access to the main arena is on a first come, first served basis but if you are not one of the 3,000 people in the arena, don’t worry – there are some fantastic acts taking place in the 28 venues throughout the town. The whole of Looe has become one single venue for the weekend. Details of all the activities are on the Looe Saves The Day website – www.looesavestheday.co.uk and hard copies are available in the TIC and from the information point just outside the entrance to the main stage.

Please try and use public transport to come to Looe is possible as the car parks will be very busy. Details of the bus and train timetables, and local taxis, are available on the website. The main car park is the Millpool, with four overflow car parks available if the Millpool becomes full. Signs will be erected at the entrance roads into the town to direct people to the overflow car parks.

We have got more than 250 volunteers helping to manage the car parks, the stage arena and the various venues around the town but could still do with a few more.

There are plenty of great places to eat and drink throughout the town, with many pubs, cafes and restaurants putting on special festival menus. We will certainly be trying them out.

While we have had a great response to our fund raising efforts, we still need to raise more money to cover the costs of the additional safety arrangements which we have been required to meet. We will have a team of volunteers out with collection buckets during the festival so please give generously.

At the moment the sun is shining and Looe is looking beautiful. We will be continuing to monitor the weather today and over the next two days to ensure the safety of festival goers but are hopeful that the rain and wind will stay away and let the whole of Looe enjoy the party.

We have done a video of yesterday’s activities

(made by Kailan Blanks )
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