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Murdoch Day, Redruth

June 13

Each year Redruth celebrates its most famous citizen, inventor William Murdoch (1754 – 1839) when the town is packed with events and entertainment throughout the day for the whole family. Murdoch, although not born in Cornwall, is revered locally as a mechanical genius who improved the efficiency of steam engines in Cornwall’s tin mines. He was also a pioneer of gas lighting and famed for building Britain’s first working model of a steam carriage which he demonstrated in and around Redruth in 1784.

For one day only, events include a children’s dance and art procession, all day music and entertainment with local station Radio Cornwall, a street market with more than fifty stalls, an old time fair, locally themed exhibitions and a variety of live concerts and other events dotted round the town. Things kick off from 10am and all of the events are completely free!

Venue

Redruth Town Centre
Redruth, Cornwall TR15 2AT United Kingdom + Google Map
Beachside Holiday Park