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One of Cornwall's oldest festivals celebrating mid summer reached its colourful high point today.
The Golowan Festival in Penzance was outlawed back in the 1890s because of the cost of running it, but a group of artists and local schools revived it in the 1990s.
Francesca Carpenter reports:
One of Cornwall's oldest festivals celebrating mid-summer reaches its colourful high point today.
The Golowan Festival in Penzance is a 10 day event which began on June 21st.
Today is Mazey Day where various processions line the town's streets.