Flora Day Stewards

Mr John Eddy – Chairman of Stewards
Mr Nigel Pascoe – Deputy Chairman
Mr Nick Wills – Hon Secretary
Mr Mike Atkins – Hon. Treasurer
Mr Alan Bradley – Association Chairman
Mr Chris Oliver
Mr George Pascoe
Mr Baden Christophers
Mr Hugh Bassett
Mr John Liddicoat
Mr Derek Goodhall
Mr Richard Gilbert
Mr Steve Pascoe
Mr Carlton Real

Mr John Penaluna
Mr John White
Mr Graham Pascoe
Mr Graham Rogers
Mr Mike Ruberry
Mr Bryan Cuddy
Mr Alan Christophers
Mr Vince Davis
Mr Barry Drew
Mr Peter Ferris
Mr Chris Heaps
Mr Roger James
Mr David Brown

Mr Mike Williams
Mr John Hocking
Mr Kevin James
Mr Matt Penaluna
Mr Richard Harvey
Mr Nic Drew
Mr Martin Wallis
Mr Jay Willey
Mr Kevin Williams
Mr James Bassett
Mrs Kate Williams
Mrs Sharon Ashton
Mr Ian Fitter

The Morning Dance

Dancing begins at 7am when the early morning dance takes to the streets. This is the longest dance of the day and follows a route roughly outlining the extremities of "the old town". This dance was originally for the workers and servants who could have their enjoyment for the day before attending to their duties.

The Hal-an-Tow

At 8.30am the Mummers' play known as the Hal-An-Tow starts at St Johns Bridge and is then performed at several more venues around the town. Watch St George and St Michael slay the Dragon and the Devil, cheered on by a crowd dressed in Lincoln green and Elizabethan robes.

The Children's Dance

The children of the town dance at 9.40am. Over 1,000 take part all dressed in white with the boys wearing their school ties and the girls wearing head dresses in their school colours. This dance starts at the bottom of Wendron Street.

The Midday Dance

At midday, there's the principal dance. This is The Ancient Furry Dance and was, in the past, reserved for the gentry of Helston and the surrounding district. Participation is still by invitation only and there is no greater honour for a Helstonian than to be asked to lead the dance. To do so you have to be Helston born.