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Location: Perranporth, Cornwall.

Photographer: Paul Watts

Keywords: Coastal Tourist Historic Buildings/Sites Male Female procession / band

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Close up of the band leading crowds of spectators some dressed in the cornish colours of gold & black across the grass covered sand dunes in the annual St Piran's re-enactment processional play about the patron saint of tin-miners life who according to legend was washed up on a millstone from Ireland here in the 5th century AD Sunday 3rd of March 2013 Perran Sands Perranporth near Newquay Mid Cornwall South West England UK closeup; close-up; annual pilgrimage; musicians; saxaphones; flute; clarinets; players; playing; musical instruments; performers; performing; procession; people; men; male; adults; women; ladies; female; kids; children; youngsters; yellow flowering daffodils; celebrating; St Pirans Day; St Piran's Day; St.Pirans day; Saint Pirans Day celebration; St Piran Trust; St Piran Flag; St Piran-tide; Perrantide; Pirran; Pyran; Pieran; St. Piran Play; legend; Penhale Sands; cornish heritage; history; historic; historical patron saint of tin miners; Patron Saint Of Tinners; religion; religious; horizontal; landscape; Perranzabuloe; Kernow; Cornish; Westcountry; SW England; West Country; British; Britain; Great Britain; GB; United Kingdom

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