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By The Cornishman  |  Posted: April 11, 2013

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TODAY

9.30am – St Ives farmers' market at the St Ives Guildhall.

2pm – Floral art display at Hobby Afternoon at Angarrack Community Centre.

2pm – St Hilary Gardening Club meeting in the Old School; Mike Foy will talk and demonstrate hanging baskets.

7pm – Penzance Amnesty Group quiz night at the Astro Park, St Clare Street, Penzance.

7.30pm – Heyl St Piran Singers' taster evening at Hayle Methodist Church Hall.

7.30pm – St Erth Gardening Club meets in the Methodist hall, for a talk from Tim Ellis of Ellis Gardens and Nursery, entitled Growing Ambitions.

7.30pm – Kepow Theatre Company presents Crazy Little Thing Called Love! at St Ives Guildhall.

7.30pm – Meeting to discuss Ludgvan open village day, in the White Hart.

8.30pm – Eyes down for bingo at the Mexico Inn, Long Rock.

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

TOMORROW

10am – Coffee morning in aid of cancer research at Shun-Lee, Bone Valley, Heamoor.

10am – Craft and produce fair at Phillack Hall, Copperhouse, Hayle.

1.30pm – Meeting for all interested in supporting a St Just and Pendeen food bank at the Methodist Chapel, St Just.

7pm – Cornwall Youth Orchestra presents a programme of popular classics, at St John's Hall, Penzance.

7pm – Hayle Twinning Association fun quiz and curry night at Hayle Day Care Centre.

7.30pm – Eyes down for bingo at Nancegollan village hall.

8pm – Global Folk Roots at the Acorn Theatre, Penzance.

SATURDAY

9.30am – St Buryan farmers' market in St Buryan village hall.

10am – Knit and natter at the Giving Shop in Wharfside, Penzance.

10.30am – Car boot sale at Nancegollan Village Hall (to 1pm).

10.30am – Coffee morning at Higher Rosewarne, near Gwinear School, in aid of Wall Music Festival.

11.30am – Crowlas Methodist Church spring fayre, at the church.

2pm – GDFBA pleasure walk from Gwinear Parish Church.

7.30pm – Hayle Film Club presents Quartet (PG 13) at Passmore Edwards Institute, Hayle.

7.30pm – Geoffrey Rogers memorial quiz at Zennor Village Hall in aid of ACE (Aid for Conservation through Education).

9pm – Live music from Levis at Penzance Royal British Legion.

SUNDAY

10am – Tremenheere Sculpture Garden at Gulval open for Cornwall Wildlife Trust, to 5pm.

Noon – Fun dog show in aid of Chy-Sawel at Anjue House, Trevalgan Hill, St Ives.

2pm – Cornwall Ancient Sites Protection Network site clearance at Treen stone circle; meet on the Newmill to Gurnards Head road near the coast road junction.

7.30pm – Perran Downs Walkers' fun charity quiz at the Falmouth Packet, Rosudgeon.

MONDAY

10am – Flea market and collectables fair at St Ives Guildhall (to 4pm).

7pm – St Ives Old Cornwall Society meets at St Ives Infant School; photographer Andrew Besley will present Lifeboats and Coxswains.

7.30pm – St Levan Sports Club annual meeting at the pavilion.

7.30pm – Whist drive at the Star Inn, St Erth

TUESDAY

9.30am – Donate It Day in aid of Children's Hospice South West at Heamoor Royal British Legion; bring all your unwanted items (to noon).

Noon – Ploughman's lunch in St Just WI hall, in aid of the defibrillators campaign.

1pm – Donate It Day at St Piran's Hall Goldsithney; help CHSW raise funds by bringing your unwanted items along (to 4pm).

2pm – Palm Court tea afternoon at the St Just Wesley Methodist Chapel Hall.

7.15pm – Penzance Old Cornwall Society meeting at the Salvation Army Hall, Queen Street, Penzance, with an illustrated talk about the Cornish in Bendigo, Australia, by Margaret Freeman.

7.30pm – Rosudgeon Sports and Social Club annual meeting.

7.30pm – Cornish baritone and international opera star Ben Luxon discussing his life and career at St Ives Theatre.

8pm – Jazz singer Tina May at the St Ives Jazz Club at the Western Hotel, with the Craig Milverton Trio.

WEDNESDAY

6pm – Working group on housing in the council chamber at St Ives Guildhall.

7pm – Whist drive at Gulval Village Hall.

7pm – Peninsula Garden Society meets at Lamorna village hall; Alistair Rivers will talk on the history of the gardens of Cornwall from 1400 to 1950.

7.30pm – Gardening club meeting at Connor Downs WI hall; Bob Paxton to talk on baskets and boxes.

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

Tremenheere Sculpture Garden at Gulval – open to 5pm on Sunday.

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