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Seven Days in Penwith

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: January 30, 2014

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TODAY

9.30am – St Ives Farmers' Market in the St Ives Guildhall, to 2pm.

7pm - Café Polyglot Musical Evening at the Bath Inn, Penzance.

7.30pm – 'Up The Beanstalk' pantomime in Pendeen Parish Hall (and Friday and Saturday).

7.30pm – West Cornwall Garden Club meeting at Heamoor British Legion; talk on Japan from Tracy Wilson of BBC Radio Cornwall.

9pm – Live music from 'Mr T' at the First and Last pub, Sennen.

TOMORROW

3.30pm – Sennen Preschool's jumble sale and cake sale, Sennen Community Centre.

7.30pm – Bingo Extra at Nancegollan Village Hall.

7.30pm – Euchre at the Football Club, St Just.

7.30pm – 'Up The Beanstalk' pantomime in Pendeen Parish Hall.

7.45pm – Poetry Prom at the Centre, Newlyn; all welcome to bring along favourite poems to read out or just listen.

9pm – Trio performing live in the Fire Engine Inn, Marazion.

SATURDAY

10am – Table Top Sale in the Centre, Newlyn.

10am – Farmers' Market in the Centre of Pendeen.

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

10am - Breakfast/Coffee morning at St Anta Church Hall, Carbis Bay, in aid of St Julia's Hospice.

10.30am – Scrub clearance and willow coppicing at Drift Reservoir, with Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

2pm – Trencrom Dowsers meeting at Marazion Community Centre; dowser and astrologer Palden Jenkins will be speaking on "Power Points in Time".

7pm – Cinema Lafrowda showing award-winning documentary 'Waste Land' in St Just WI Hall. Proceeds to Lafrowda Festival.

7.30pm – 'Up The Beanstalk' pantomime in Pendeen Parish Hall (also a matinee earlier).

7.30pm – Fun Evening with the Sennen Cove lifeboat crew at the Old Success, in the Cove, Sennen, with St Buryan Male Voice Choir, Nautical Quiz and auction of valuable paintings.

8pm – Quiz evening at Heamoor Legion.

8pm - Feast Quiz at Ludgvan Community Centre, in aid of local football and cricket clubs.

8pm – Casino Night at the PZ Gallery, Penzance, in aid of Philippines typhoon victims.

SUNDAY

10.30am – Penzance Sailing Club walk starts from St Just car park.

2pm – Carfury Antiquarians' display dedicated to the men and women of Madron and Gulval who served their country; at Gulval village hall.

3pm – Mexican afternoon at the Crown Inn, Goldsithney, in aid of Goldsithney Christmas lights.

7.30pm – Fun music quiz in aid of the St Buryan Christmas Lights, at the St Buryan Inn.

7.30pm – Quiz in aid of Penzance Silver Band in the Kings Arms, Paul.

MONDAY

2.30pm – Ludgvan Horticultural Society meets in the Murley Hall, Ludgvan Churchtown; Michael Harvey will give an illustrated talk on garden design.

6.45pm – Meeting at the Fountain Inn, Newbridge, to discuss obtaining a heart defibrillator for the village and surrounding area.

7.30pm – St Buryan Old Cornwall Society meeting at St Buryan Village Hall; speaker Peter Benbow on "The River Cober, from Source to Sea".

7.30pm – Mousehole Women's Club meet at Mousehole Sunday School; talk from Martin Brockman on Penzance, Newlyn & Mousehole (Penlee) Lifeboat Stations.

TUESDAY

10am – Scrub clearance day with Cornwall Wildlife Trust at Bostraze nature reserve; meet at the entrance to Higher Boslow Farm (SW392333), off the B3318, west of Woon Gumpus.

7pm – St Ives Trust Talk at the Porthmeor Studios, Back Road West, St Ives. Dave Slater will talk on the new Cornwall Design Guide.

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

7.30pm – Penzance Floral Club meets at the Queens Hotel, for a demonstration 'Petals to Art' from Donna Ayres.

8pm – Quiz evening at the Commercial Hotel, St Just, in aid of Pendeen Silver Band.

8pm - Played Twice live at St Ives Jazz Club, Western Hotel, Royal Square.

WEDNESDAY

2pm – Land's End & District U3A social meeting at the Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Road, St Just, with a cookery demonstration from Pam Ellis on 'Seasonal Treats'.

For further details on all the above, and more, see the Down Your Way pages.

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