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Seven days in the Penzance/St Ives area

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: January 10, 2013

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Today

9.30am – St Ives Farmers' Market, Guildhall.

2pm – St Hilary Gardening Club in the old school room; guest Tracey Wilson from Radio Cornwall on plants for small gardens.

2pm – Penzance Memory Café meets at Committee room No 1, the One Stop Shop, St Clare, Penzance (second and fourth Thursdays of every month).

7pm – A sustainable Penzance? Talk on sustainable towns with a special focus on Penzance, at the Queen's Hotel, Penzance, from Mike Jenks, co-founder of the Oxford Institute of Sustainable Development.

7pm – Land's End astronomers invite you to meet the constellations, followed by observing outside – Marazion Community Centre car park (weather permitting).

7pm – Café Polyglot, the club for people who love foreign languages, at the Bath Inn, Cornwall Terrace, Penzance.

7.30pm – St Erth Gardening Club AGM, Methodist Hall, St Erth, followed by John Price's Japan, Sakuri, Tsubaki & Samurai.

7.30pm – Babes In The Wood at the Old Town Hall, St Just. Box office 01736 448495.

9pm – Fun quiz at the Old Success, Sennen.

Tomorrow

10am – Coffee morning at Angarrack Community Centre.

11am – Family and local history group, St Ives library.

2pm – Trencrom Ladies' Club, the village hall with speaker local archivist David Thomas.

2pm – Perranuthnoe WI at St Piran's Hall, Goldsithney; Patrick Gale on his latest book A Perfectly Good Man.

6pm – IMS memorial concert, Paul church: music by Britten, Beethoven, and Brahms.

6.30pm - St Buryan Cricket Club fundraising meal at Community House, St Buryan.

7pm – Penzance Choral Society's first rehearsal for Elgar's Dream Of Gerontius at Humphry Davy School, Penzance.

7.30pm – Babes In The Wood at the Old Town Hall, St Just. Box office 01736 448495.

7.30pm – Whist at St Thomas, Heamoor.

8.30pm – Charity quiz at Rosudgeon Sports and Social Club in aid of Cornwall schools' cricket tour to South Africa.

Saturday

9am – Tabletop sale at Centre, Newlyn (to 3pm).

9.30am – St Buryan Farmers' Market in the village hall, with exhibits from Porthcurno Telegraph Museum.

9.30am – St Just Food and Craft Market in the Royal British Legion, St Just.

9.30am – Who Let The Dads Out? Marazion school hall; play session for dads, grandpas or any male carer with children up to 8.

2.30pm – Babes In The Wood matinée, Old Town Hall, St Just. Box office 01736 448495.

7pm – Miracle Theatre presents Frankenstein! at the St Ives Guildhall.

7pm – Charity bingo at Trevedra Farm, near Sennen.

7.30pm – Hayle Film Club, Hitchcock's Vertigo (PG), Passmore Edwards Institute.

7.30pm – Babes In The Wood at the Old Town Hall, St Just. Box office 01736 448495.

9.15pm – Edison Lighthouse performing at the Fire Engine Inn, Marazion.

Sunday

2pm – Site clearance at Sancreed Well with Cornwall Ancient Sites Protection Network.

7pm – St Hilary Feast Dinner at the Falmouth Packet, with entertainment from Cornish singers.

Monday

11am – Western Hunt meets in Goldsithney as part of St Hilary Feast.

2pm – Alzheimer's Society's Singing for the Brain weekly session at Committee Room 1, One Stop Shop, St Clare, Penzance.

7.30pm – Carbis Bay Country Dance Club meets in the Memorial Hall, Carbis Bay.

7.30pm – Madron WI meets at Landithy Hall; Julian Ellis will talk on farming by the moon.

Tuesday

10.30am – Over-60s' weekly get-together at Mr Billy's Café in Chapel Street, Penzance.

2pm – St Erth Friendship Club meeting, Church School Room.

7.30pm – St Erth WI meets at St Erth Old School. Sandra Goodswen will tak on making a home the hard way.

8pm – Sacred chanting workshop with Melanie Stokes, in St Just Old Town Hall.

8pm – Weeds and wildlife – talk by David Price at Zennor village hall, organised by WI.

Wednesday, January 16

10am – Farmers' market in Paul Church Hall.

11am – Mums, Bumps and Babies at the Centre, Newlyn; drop-in any time, to 3pm.

1pm – Sewing Café, a social group for experienced sewers and newbies, at Community House, St Buryan.

2pm – Cluster Crafters in Paul Church Hall.

6pm – Drawing Closer To Nature, with Kate Walters at Newlyn Art Gallery. Booking essential on 01736 363715.

6pm – Penwith Film Society presents Ginger and Rosa: Royal Cinema, St Ives.

6.30pm – Penwith Access and Rights of Way (PAROW) meeting in Committee Room 1, St Clare; rights of way and historic sites.

7.30pm – Connor Downs Gardening Club at Connor Downs WI Hall; Raymond Yarwood will talk on developing an edible landscape.

7.30pm – Peninsula Garden Society at the Lamorna Village Hall for a talk on growing vegetables by Bill Herring of Duchy College, Rosewarne.

8.30pm – Penzance Folk Club upstairs at the Admiral Benbow in Chapel Street. Free; all welcome.

See the Down Your Way pages for more details on all events.

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