The Mayflower 400 events programme

In light of the latest UK, USA and Dutch Government information and guidance regarding coronavirus, we are currently in contact with our many partners, event organisers and host venues around the UK, in the Netherlands and USA to work through the implications on the Mayflower 400 events and activity programme.

Many national Mayflower 400 events have been cancelled or postponed and we will announce further details of what is happening on the website and through our social channels as soon as we have clarity on the programme changes.

Individual location events schedules are in the process of being updated on the website to allow the public to find out what is happening in their area.

Plymouth has already released details of an exciting year of events and activities starting from the exact date the Mayflower ship set sail 400 years ago. Find out more here.

Commenting on the programme, Charles Hackett, Mayflower 400 CEO, said: "It is hugely disappointing that we are going to have to make changes to the programme that people have worked so hard on and that so many have engaged with and supported.

"However, the health and safety of the public and performers is paramount at this time. We will work quickly to provide further clarity on the aspects of Mayflower 400 in the coming days."

For ticketed events please speak to the event organiser. More details on the revised schedule will be published as they become available.

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