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Seven Days ... your guide to what's on

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: February 20, 2014

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9.30am – Coffee morning at the Royal British Legion, St Just, raising money for Nicola Ellis to teach deprived children in Mumbai.

8pm – Illustrated talk at Penzance Sailing Club from Jean and Steve Hall on their sail last year to the Antarctic, South Georgia and Tristan da Cunha on Dutch barque 'Europa'.


6.30pm – Clothes Swap Party at the Shekinah Church, Penzance.

7pm – Loose Muse, a women's spoken word event, is launched at the Acorn, Penzance; part of the Penzance Literary Festival.

7pm – Bingo at Praze Institute.

7.30pm – "Under the Paving Stones, the Beach" play by George Yates, Imago Theatre Company, Arts Club, Westcott's Quay, St Ives (and Saturday).

7.30pm – Quiz night at Gulval village hall in aid of Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).


9.30am – Farmers' Market in St Buryan village hall.

10am – Animal Charities' Big Sale at Rosudgeon Hall.

10am – Coffee morning at 7 Penmare Court, Copperhouse, for the Godrevy Team Churches in the Hayle area; includes exhibition of Australian and Maori artefacts.

10am – Coffee morning at Leedstown Methodist church Sunday school room, in aid of church funds and to purchase paper for printing Bibles for Chinese Christians.

10am – Coffee morning in Crowan Parish Rooms in aid of St Crewenna church funds.

10am – Farmers' Market at St Just Legion.

10am – Scrapbooking workshop at the Centre, Newlyn.

10.30am – Jumble Rumble sale at the Lost and Found Café, Hypatia Trust House, Chapel Street, Penzance.

1.30pm – Car Boot Sale in Gulval Village Hall.

6.30pm – Family disco at Newlyn Legion.

7pm – Cinema Lafrowda showing Behind The Candelabra at the St Just WI hall.

8pm – Cube Theatre's Lessons In Love at the Hall for Gwinear.

8.30pm – Quiz Night at Mousehole Legion.


8pm – Light-hearted LitFest literary-ish quiz at the Crown Inn, Penzance, in aid of LitFest.


3pm – Drop-in public consultation on housing at Ponsandane Farm at Gulval village hall (to 7pm).

7pm – Quiz night in aid of Morvah Schoolhouse, in the schoolhouse.

7.30pm – Stennack Nurse Practitioner Kate Stuart talks on delivering medical care in the Congo and Mongolia, at the Stennack Surgery Patient Participation Group AGM in the surgery conference room, St Ives.


2pm – St Just Memory Café meets in the St Just Royal British Legion.

2.30pm – Penwith National Trust Association meets at Marazion Community Centre; speaker Louise Connell, director of Penlee House Museum and Gallery.

8pm – Hayle Lions Club quiz night at the Old Quay House, Lelant.

8pm – Josh Kemp's Jazz Prophets at St Ives Jazz Club at the Western Hotel, Royal Square, St Ives.


6pm – Talk at the Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno, by John Wallis, "A Cat, Three Telegrams and a Herring Drifter: Rosebud and the Newlyn Slum Clearances".

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

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