Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Truro

MONDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER 2020
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

in TRURO
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Estimated cost Free Estimated duration 5 mins
Welcome to the Cornish Riviera: a silent film shot in 1916 showing the beautiful coastal resorts around the tip of Cornwall during the First World War. Watch online and see how much has changed around - amongst other places - Looe, Newquay, Falmouth and Land's End.
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TRURO
CORNWALL
50.27°N, 5.05°W


Sunrise: 06:16
Sunset: 18:04
Moon Phase: waxing gibbous
Weather: light rain, 14°C max, 10°C min


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