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Seven Days in Penwith

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: October 31, 2013

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10.30am - Last guided tour of Penzance for the season: meet Anna at Penzance train station.

7.30pm - West Cornwall Garden Club meets at Heamoor British Legion; talk by Stewart Pocock on rose-growing in Cornwall.

8.45pm - Spooky Hallowe'en quiz at Ludgvan Community Centre.


10am - Fundraising coffee morning for Bethesda House children's home in Sierra Leone in the Zion Church coffee shop, St Ives.

1.30pm - St Ives Poetry Circle meets in St Ives Library.

1.30pm - Children's Hallowe'en party at Ludgvan Community Centre.

7pm - Bingo in Phillack Church Hall.

7.30pm - 'The Eve of All Souls', the BBC's atmospheric recording of Father Bernard Walke's play, in St Hilary Church.

7.30pm - Quiz in the Hall for Gwinear, in aid of the Parish Church.

7.30pm - Surrey Opera Company perform 'Iernin' by George Lloyd at St John's Hall, Penzance (and tomorrow).

7.30pm - Hayle Old Cornwall Society at Passmore Edwards Institute, Hayle; talk by Peter Channon, "Hayle & High Octane Fuel".

7.30pm - Hallowe'en party and social evening at the Gilbert Hall, Nancledra.

7.30pm - Anthea Neads and Andy Prince play folk rock music at Lelant Village Hall.

7.30pm - Quiz night at Gulval Village Hall, in aid of Madron YFC.

7.45pm - Pub quiz at the Sportsman's Arms in Heamoor; help Penzance-Madron Beaver Scouts raise money for charity ACE.

9pm - Elementary Penguins entertain in the Lion & Lamb, Ashton.


10am - Phillack Church Fair in Phillack Church Hall, to 1pm.

10am - Cornwall Hospice Care's coffee morning at Wesley Rock, Heamoor.

10am - Make an angel with the Good News Gang at the Church Room, Perranuthnoe (to 4pm).

10am - Books & Beverage coffee morning at St Anta church hall, Carbis Bay, for St Julia's Hospice.

10am - Christmas Bazaar at Leedstown United Methodist Church, in aid of the village chapel.

10am - Farmers' Market at the Centre of Pendeen.

10am - Farmers' Market at the Methodist Chapel, St Erth.

10.30am - 'Drop-in' workshop to 1.30pm at the Centre, Newlyn: create a coloured window for Newlyn Harbour Lights.

11am - Mind, Body and Spirit weekend at St Ives Guildhall (to 4pm, and tomorrow).

2pm - St Ives Area Neighbourhood Plan consultation meeting at Carbis Bay Memorial Hall to 8pm.

5pm - Bonfire and Scarecrow competition in the Well field, Church Street, St Erth.

7pm - St Just Football Club's Harvest Auction at the Clubhouse.

7pm - The Crumblies play rock and roll at Carbis Bay Memorial Hall.

7pm - Hallowe'en Family Disco evening at Community House, St Buryan.

7.30pm - Family Hallowe'en party at Ludgvan Community Centre.

9pm - Fun quiz at the Station House, Long Rock.

9pm - Al Ridout entertains at the Lion & Lamb, Ashton.


11am - Mind, Body and Spirit weekend at St Ives Guildhall (to 4pm, and Saturday).

1pm - Fun Dog Show at St Piran's Hall, Goldsithney, in aid of Cornwall Badger Rescue.

3pm - Pies and Puddings at the Crown Inn, Goldsithney, in aid of the village Christmas lights.


10am - Feast hot chocolate & cookies in St Just parish church, in aid of Children's Hospice South West.

10am - Table top sale at St Ives Guildhall.

10am - Coffee Morning at Barclays Bank, Penzance, in aid of Cancer Research UK.

7pm - Quiz night at Morvah Schoolhouse.

7.30pm - Ludgvan Horticultural Society: Bill Herring on "Exotic Vegetables" at Murley Hall, Ludgvan Churchtown.


10am - Wild Penwith scrub clearance day at Castallack Roundago; meet at Castallack Farm, north-east of Lamorna.

10am - St Ives Business-to-Business Fair at St Ives Guildhall.

6.30pm - Charity Firework Spectacular at the Magpies Football Ground in Penzance.

7pm - Fantastic Firework Display on Porthminster Beach, St Ives.

7.30pm - Fireworks Spectacular at Mousehole.

7.30pm - Whist drive at the Royal Standard, Gwinear.

8pm - Flashmob playing at the Jazz Club, Western Hotel, St Ives.


10am - Marazion Wives group's Poppy Appeal coffee morning at All Saints' Church, Marazion.

1pm - Blood Donor Clinic at St Ives Guildhall.

For further details, see the Down Your Way pages.

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