Golowan 2023 – Road Closures in Penzance

19th June 2023 in Events, Local News, Penzance

A list of road closures in Penzance for Golowan 2023

Here you’ll find a list of the road closures planned for the Golowan Festival in Penzance which runs from Sunday 18th to Sunday 25th June 2023.

Friday 23rd June – Mazey Eve

St John’s Eve Torch Lit Procession:

Chapel Street & Quay Street will be closed 8pm – 12 midnight

Mazey Eve Fireworks:

Coinagehall Street, Quay Street, The Quay, Green Street, Dock Lane, Promenade, Battery Road, Wharf
Road, Under Chapel Yard and Chapel Street will be closed 8pm – 12 midnight

Saturday 24th June – Mazey Day

Blanket closures:

Causewayhead, Alverton Street, The Greenmarket, Princes Street, New Street, Queens Square length, Market Jew Street, Clarence Street, Market Place, Parade Street, Chapel Street, Bread Street will be closed 6am – 7pm

Closures for the parades:

  • Albert Street and Station Road: 11:20am – 11:40am, 1:20pm – 1:40pm, and 3:20pm to 3:40pm
  • Morrab Road (between Alverton Street and Victoria Place): 10:00am to 4:00pm
  • Guildhall Road: 10:30am – 3:30pm

Sunday 25th June – Quay Fair Day

Coinagehall Street, Quay Street, The Quay, Green Street, Dock Lane, Promenade, Battery Road, Wharf
Road, Under Chapel Yard and Chapel Street will be closed 7am – 7pm.

Need more information?

If you need more information please contact the Golowan Festival Team on 01736 369686

Penzance Council & Golowan

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Golowan Festival receives grant funding from Penzance Council. This year we are providing £34,300 in grant funding to Golowan Festival CIC (which includes funding for a youth engagement project ‘Golowan Youth Take Over’ and the famous fireworks on Mazey Eve!)

Grant Funding for community groups

We also provide grants to local community groups and charities who are working to benefit our residents and our Parish environment – find out more about our grants and how to apply.

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