Here are a selection of highlights:
- Bolster Day at Chapel Porth - The legend of Giant Bolster is still celebrated today at events such as the Bolster Pageant and Bolster Ball. Also, the giant regularly leads the Carnival procession.
- Bolster Bonfire on the Beacon
- Victorian Fayre held along the main street in the village
- Hampers and Champers (summer ball)
- Carnival Week - Procession on Saturday plus various events daily, last night is Caribbean Evening with Steel Band
- Steam Rally
- RNLI (lifeboat) Day
A full list of events can be found here at the St Agnes website.
The four beaches in St Agnes are Chapel Porth, Trevellas Porth, Porthtowan and Trevaunance Cove, (which is also know as Aggie Beach). Each has its own unique character and variety of attractions. Enysvilla's nearest beach is Trevaunance Cove which offers plenty of parking, shops and a restaurant overlooking the beach, which also has a Lifeguard service.
St Agnes Museum - If you would like to learn more about the rich and varied history of St Agnes, visit the St Agnes Museum. The museum contains a fascinating array of artefacts and exhibits detailing the area's mining and seafaring heritage. Free entry.