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Seven days in West Cornwall – what's on

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: August 08, 2013

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TODAY

10am – and daily, to 9pm, art and craft exhibition at Cape Cornwall School, St Just, in aid of Cancer Research UK.

10am – CRUSE bereavement care group meets at the YMCA, Penzance.

2pm – Summer bazaar in the Methodist Sunday School, Mousehole.

2.30pm – Morvah church walk and cream tea; meet at Men-an-Tol car park.

7.30pm – Imago Theatre Company's On The Terrace, by George Yates, Acorn Theatre, Penzance (and tomorrow).

TOMORROW

Mousehole Carnival starts today and all weekend.

10am – Arts and crafts market in Mousehole chapel hall, to 4pm.

11am – Musical entertainment at the Humphry Davy statue in Market Jew Street, Penzance, to 4pm, in aid of Cornwall Air Ambulance.

2pm – Penwith National Trust Association at Botallack Count House, near St Just; talk by local NT ranger.

2pm – Cream tea at Trengwainton NT gardens near Madron in aid of Penzance Friends of Children's Hospice South West.

2.30pm – Cornwall Hospice Care fundraising cream tea, Wesley Rock Hall, Heamoor.

4pm – Mad Hatter's tea party in the schoolroom at Leedstown Methodist Church.

4pm – Allotment holders and gardeners selling surplus fruit and veg at St John's church, Penzance, to 6pm.

7pm – St Levan sports week auction at Logan Rock Inn, Treen.

7.30pm – St Ives harbour raft race.

7.30pm – Camborne Band in the gardens of the St Aubyn Arms, Praze, in aid of Crowan church.

7.30pm – Bingo at Nancegollan village hall.

7.30pm – Heartbreak Productions Romeo & Juliet, Penlee Park Theatre, Penzance (and tomorrow).

SATURDAY

9.30am – Farmers' market, St Buryan village hall.

10am – Tabletop sale outside Penalverne Drive (opposite police station), Penzance, for SCOPE.

11am – Carnhell Green charity vintage rally, with steam engines, vintage vehicles, etc.

1pm – Shekinah church barbecue at Tennis Club, Penzance; free for community, with food, tennis and rounders.

3pm – Tea at Three at Rectory, Ludgvan parish church, with teas, cakes and produce stalls.

7pm – Barefoot Boogie, alcohol-free and smoke-free event at Lelant Village Hall.

7.30pm – Heartbreak Productions Romeo & Juliet, Penlee Park Theatre, Penzance.

8pm – Live music, Doc Mustard, Gulval Village Hall.

SUNDAY

11am – Sunday market at the Lime Tree Café in Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, near Gulval.

1pm – Storykeepers' event On The Wild Side at Paul church hall, for young people and their families: bring a picnic.

5pm – Craft fayre, Trevedra Farm, Sennen, for Douglas Woolcock Foundation, to 8pm.

7.30pm – Praze Hayle Male Choir with soloist Ellie Sherburn, Music for a Summer Evening at Millpond Gardens Amphitheatre, Hayle; Masonic Hall if wet.

8pm – Cellist Patrick Gale plays at the epilogue in Morvah church.

MONDAY

3pm – Cream tea at Logan Rock Inn, Treen, part of St Levan Sports Week.

4pm – Pirate banquet at St Just Wesley chapel.

TUESDAY

10am – Coffee morning, Marazion Methodist church.

12.30pm – Lunchtime Concert by Sine Nomine Singers at St Ives Parish Church.

2pm – St Levan sports day, and fancy dress, on St Levan Sports Field.

3pm – Squashbox Theatre, Skillywidden, Guildhall, St Ives.

7pm – Talk by Patrick Lynch on the geo-engineering agenda and chemtrails, at the Lugger Hotel, Penzance.

7.30pm – Save Our Sands at the Passmore Edwards Institute, Hayle.

7.30pm – Les Misérables opens, St Ives Theatre.

8pm – Brandon Allen and the Matt Carter Trio at the Jazz Club, Western Hotel, St Ives.

WEDNESDAY

10.30am – Coffee morning, chapel, Mousehole.

1.15pm – Lunchtime concert at St Mary's Church, Penzance: Basically Bassoons.

2pm – Families and fun afternoon at Crowlas Methodist Chapel with barbecue.

7.30pm – Quiz night at Praa Sands & District Community Centre.

7.30pm – Choir concert, St Anta church, Carbis Bay, St Stythians Male Voice Choir and Twin Harmony.

For further details, see Down Your Way pages.

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