Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Truro


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Estimated cost Free Estimated duration 50 mins Distance away Less than a mile away
Made by iconic organ manufacturer Father Willis, the organ at Truro Cathedral is in full voice on Friday lunchimes for the cathedral's weekly organ recital. From 1.10pm you'll be able to hear music from across the classical repertoire.
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