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About Truro

The Cornish cathedral city of Truro is located in the south west of the United Kingdom. As the largest town in the county it is Cornwall's centre for retail and also the county's administrative centre. The piazza at Lemon Quay is the where most festivities in the city take place. There are many events throughout the year that attract many visitors to the city. In April, the city prepares for the annual Britain in Bloom competition. The city also hosts a 'continental market' during the same time and features food from across Europe.

Truro also hosts an annual carnival which is held every September and includes music performances, children's activities, a fireworks display, food and drink fairs, a circus and a street parade. The city also hosts an annual half marathon every September which starts in the city centre and then heads out into the nearby countryside and then finishes at Lemon Quay.

Christmas in Truro is not to be missed. The annual Winter Festival includes a paper lantern parade known as the City of Lights Parade. A Christmas tree is erected in the Piazza and another outside the Cathedral at High Cross.

About Plymouth

The city of Plymouth is located on the south coast of Devon, in the south west of England. There are many attractions in and around the city for visitors to enjoy. Plymouth Central Museum and Art Gallery is a family friendly museum on the edge of the city centre. The museum includes natural history and human history exhibits. The museum has 10 permanent galleries, two galleries that hosts changing exhibitions throughout the year, a shop and a cafe. There are plenty of outdoor action packed family experiences to enjoy also. Plymouth Sound, and the rivers that flow into it, bustle with crafts large and small and a fantastic network of water taxis, foot ferries, sightseeing tours and fishing trips offer great family friendly ways to explore. From Stonehouse hop on a ferry and make the ancient crossing to Mount Edgcumbe via the Cremyll Ferry. The ferry route dates back to the 11th century and carries passengers over the River Tamar to the beautiful country park, ideal for a day exploring or relaxing, with plenty of room to kick a ball, ride bikes or fly a kite. Alternatively, join a Tamar Cruise from the Barbican to experience Plymouth from the water and discover the weird and wonderful wildlife that calls our waterfront home.