Festival Shuttle Bus

Cornwall College is running a shuttle bus taking to you all the key destinations of the festival.  The shuttle Bus will run on the hour following the approximate times:


On the hour – Cornwall College St Austell (Tregonissey Road)

10 past – Trinity Street

20 past – Brickfield

30 mins past – Wheal Martyn

Return to – Cornwall College St Austell (Tregonissey Road)

Cornwall College St Austell: Tales of the Bay

10am – 4pm 26th June
Cornwall College St Austell, Tregonissy Road

Cornwall College St Austell will be hosting our very own Tales of The Bay in partnership with the Green and Whitegold Festival. From 10 till 4pm, on our site on Tregonissey Road, you’ll find:

  • Narrative Contemporary Craft and Art Pop Up Fair
  • Traditional Cornish Pasty workshops – Make in the morning and collect at lunchtime
  • Cream Teas
  • Traditional Cornish choir
  • Pop Up Dance and Theatre shows
  • Children’s Storytelling and Morris Dancing
  • Photo booth
  • Magician
  • Print Making workshops

Narrative Pop Up Spring Fair

10am – 4pm, 26th June
St Austell College, Tregonissy Road

Use the free bus service and ‘pop up’ to the Narrative Contemporary Craft and Art Fair taking place at St Austell College run in tandem with the Green and Whitegold Festival and St Austell College Open Day.

Join local makers and artists to see what they’ve been making over lockdown, have a go at making, printing or painting yourself with affordable taster workshops, enjoy cream teas or lolling on the lawn looking at the sea.

The Narrative Craft and Art Fair is being careful with spacing and social distancing measures, and there’s plenty of things going on outside: we want everyone to feel welcome and safe and join us for a day of making, painting and seeing high quality contemporary craft work and art.

Read more about the Narrative Craft Fair’s full programme here.

Narrative Craft Fair St Austell

Craft Fair and Live Music

10am – 4pm
The Market House, St Austell Town Centre
Free entry

The Market House will be hosting a craft fair with live music and singing and will be home to a number of public art displays especially for the Green and Whitegold Festival.

Following the success of previous years craft fairs and meet the maker events, the market house team can’t wait to welcome everyone back and open the doors to the community and visitors on a day full of activity and fun.


Market House Event Logo St Austell

Brickfield at Green and Whitegold

24th  – 26th June
Brickfield, Blackpool Pit, Trewoon

For this year’s Green and Whitegold Festival the Brickfield community brickworks will be opening its site at Blackpool Pit to the general public, running drop in brickmaking workshops, firing their mini beehive kiln and taking participants on a walking tour of Blackpool Lake and up Watch Hill, one of the highest points in Cornwall. Come along and meet the team, make a brick, have a look at the prototype brick structures built by Falmouth University M.Architecture students and see the kiln firing.

Find out more about all the activities taking place between 24th and 26th June here.

Brickfield Kiln Firing in St Austell

Kurt Jackson’s Clay Country Exhibition

10am – 5pm 17th May – 5th September 2021
Wheal Martyn Clayworks
Access to the exhibition is free, as part of the normal museum admission fee*

Pre-booking is required.

Wheal Martyn Clayworks are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works.

Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

Find out more about this exhibition here.


SOSI Kurt Jackson
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