Gyllyngvase sea swimmers jumping of the start line.
Under 18 sea swimmers jumping of the start line at the Gyllyngvasebeach annual competitive swim. Gyllyngvasebeach, Falmouth, Cornwall, GB, 25/09/16
Night of neon charity runners.
Participators running in the night of neon 10 mile charity race, dodging dry paint that is being thrown at them at set markers across the course. The race is a 10-mile run around Flambards theme park, participators have to dress in neon colours to raise money for Cornwall hospice. All of the money raised from this event will stay within the county and go towards providing specialist care to people with life limiting illnesses in Cornwall, funding the teams at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell and St Julia's Hospice in Hayle. It costs £8.4 million a year to run Cornwall Hospice Care, but only 11% of this is funded by the health authority, well below the national funding average of 34%. Which is the lowest government funding of any adult hospice in the country. It means Cornwall Hospice Care has to raise 89% of its funds from voluntary sources. Flambards, Helston, Cornwall, GB, 8/10/16
Belinda David’s performing in the Whiney Houston: Greatest love of all experience, at the hall for Cornwall, Truro, Cornwall, GB, 20/10/16
A guitarist at Looe music festival 2016
A teenage girl carries a flaming tar barrel through Mary's St.Ottery on Guy Forks night 2016. Ottery St. Mary is internationally renowned for its Tar Barrels, an old custom said to have originated in the 17th century, and which is held on November 5th each year. Each of Ottery's central public houses sponsors a single barrel. In the weeks prior to the day of the event, November 5th, the barrels are soaked with tar. The barrels are lit outside each of the pubs in turn and once the flames begin to pour out, they are hoisted up onto local people's backs and shoulders.