Looe Fire Walk

Are you Fisherman enough or is it mission impossible?

The Fishermen’s Mission launches the Looe Fire walk and challenges you to take part.

mission impossible

Conquer the coals and walk across 20 feet of embers burning at 1236 degrees Fahrenheit without experiencing any pain or injury all whilst raising money for charity.
Taking place in Looe harbour, Cornwall on 17th April 2017 the money raised will help The Fisherman’s Mission continue to provide emergency help and welfare to active and retired fishermen and their families.

You’ll get full training and there will be stalls, music and street food and a fully licensed bar to entertain your supporters whilst you psych yourself up for the main event.

Think you’re Fisherman enough? Sign up today and get your friends to join you too.

The fundraising event has been organised in conjunction with Looe Harbour Commissioners, The Old Sail Loft and Looe Music Festival.

  • 18:30 – Registration
  • 19:00 – Training begins at Looe Guildhall Town Council Chambers
  • 20:30 – The fire is Lit
  • 21:00 Firewalk
  • 21:20 – Debrief and certificates
  • 21:30 Celebration time

You can register for the Looe Firewalk by following this link www.firewalk-looe.eventbrite.co.uk

Looe Music Festival

For three days in September the little town of Looe in South East Cornwall gets hit with big music, manic entertainment and a smattering of culture for good measure. The festival pops up from nowhere to transform the beach and the streets, giving locals & visitors from all over the world a chance to mingle and enjoy the show. Everywhere is the venue, everybody’s welcome to the party. And every year, we try to push it one step further.

Looe Music Festival 2017 takes place between 29th September – 1st October 2017 headliners include Lulu and The Jesus and Mary Chain.

www.looemusic.co.uk

Loow Harbour Commissioners

Established in 1848, the modern Board of Commissioners have control of the two harbour side car parks, lease various units and buildings to fishing related industries as well as employ 10 persons for the ongoing upkeep and maintenance of harbour.

As well as moorings and quayside berths for some 85 private boats and dinghies; the fishing fleet at Looe consists of 47 vessels of various sizes [mainly under 10 metres in length] from Trawlers to hand line mackerel boats. The fleet employs approximately 120 fishermen with another 40 workers employed in the ancillary related industries.

http://looeharbour.com

 

The Old Sail Loft, Looe

The Old Sail Loft is one of the top Restaurants in Looe. Open Evenings and for lunches. We specialise in Steaks & fresh local fish from the quay, a`la carte and bistro. We are on the quay side overlooking the harbour, just see the menu.

http://oldsailloftlooe.co/index.html