Bakers from across the globe are perfecting their crimping, ready for the Eden Project’s World Pasty Championships in Cornwall on Saturday 2nd March 2019.
This year’s event will feature the Oggy Oscars ceremony, a Crimp Off challenge, as well as live music and comedy. The championships will be the finale of Cornish Pasty Week, which starts on Sunday 24th February.
The championships will see both professional and amateur competitors, from across the world, hoping to be crowned this year’s winner. Categories include the best traditional Cornish pasties as well as the best savoury pasties. In addition to the main championship, there will also be a Crimp Off challenge. Who will be this year’s fastest pasty crimper?
In addition to the pasty competitions, there will be live music throughout the day. There will be harmony-driven folk from The Trees, acoustic music from Genevieve Miles, and The Fisherman’s Friends will headline.
When: 2nd March 2019
Where: Eden Project, Cornwall PL24 2SG
£: Admission costs from £12.60. Children under 4 years go free. The competition costs from £5 to enter