St Keverne village church, the village square. Image courtesy Vicky Wiltshire.
CAST-Away 2022, image credit Lucy Grant

Music, procession and fire.

For the CAST-Away finale, gather near the church in St Keverne village square to make sound sticks with shells and bells for a musical procession down the valley to the beach at Porthoustock. On the beach, make and play with clay and come together for the Snail’s Creep dance. Help build a bonfire on the beach. We’ll be firing pottery made at CAST-Off and CAST-Away sessions. We’re bringing our special treat buns, but be sure to bring a picnic or something to cook over the fire and plenty to drink, or buy something hot or cold at the beach.

All the activities are free and offered on a drop-in basis, no booking required. Donations welcome.

We won’t be put off by a bit of drizzle and hope you won’t either, but check on the day in case of extreme weather or last-minute changes.

This summer, for the first time, CAST is extending its programme of creative adventures out onto the Lizard peninsula.
Polurrian: 3 August, 10am – 4pm
Gweek: 10 August, 12 noon – 6pm
Poltesco: 17 August, 10am – 4pm
Porthoustock: 24 August, 12 noon – 6pm

We are also running a programme of free CAST-Off activities in the walled garden at Penrose. These take place each Saturday from 30 July to 20 August, from 10am – 12pm and 2pm – 4pm. For more information click here.

CAST-Off and CAST-Away are made possible by the generous support of The National Lottery Community Fund, FEAST, the Garcia Family Foundation and Helston Town Council.

Wednesday 24 August 2022 12 noon - 6pm Free activities

All welcome

Food: Thirsty Buffalo catering wagon and Steve's Ice Creams will be at the beach.

Toilets: Public toilets near the beach.

Parking: Street Parking in St Keverne and at Porthoustock beach

Bus: 36 stops at St Keverne.

Activity maps for both CAST-Off and CAST-Away will be available to pick up from CAST Café from Tuesday 26 July and at all the sessions.