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What's on and where to find it in west Cornwall

By The Cornishman  |  Posted: May 16, 2013

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10am – Knit along with Newlyn Knitters at the Giving Shop, Wharfside for Craft Week (to 4pm).

Noon - Nosh and Natter at St Just Wesley Methodist Chapel.

12.30pm – Poetry and Music in Norway Square, St Ives.

2pm - Author and poet Ann Kelley speaking in St Ives Library.

6.30pm – Stories From A Village: a reading with Pauline Sheppard at St Ives Arts Club, Westcott's Quay, St Ives.

6.30pm – Zennor Feast Rounders; to find pitch just head for Pit Prye and follow the noise.

7.15pm – St Just, Penzance & Sennen Community Action Panel (CAP) meeting at Cape Cornwall School.


9am – Car boot sale at Gulval Cricket Club.

10.45am – Release Your Creative Spirit, a writing workshop with Angela Stoner at St Ives Library.

7pm – The Tallest Horse on Earth in St Just WI Hall: a puppet show for children (5-plus) and quirky grown-ups.

7.30pm – First Film Night at the Centre, Newlyn, with dark comedy Weekend Retreat.

8pm – Quiz night in aid of Nancealverne School, at Gulval Village Hall.

8.30pm – Old time music, King's Arms, Paul.

9pm – Tir Ha Tavas, an evening of words and music starring the Cornish language, Kernewek, at the St Ives Arts Club. Part of the St Ives Literature Festival.


10am – Christian Aid coffee morning at the Murley Hall, Ludgvan.

10am – Coffee morning at Lower Poltair Farmhouse, Joseph's Lane, Heamoor.

10am – Vintage fleamarket at St Ives Guildhall (to 4.30pm).

10.15am – Coffee morning at Wesley Rock Hall, Heamoor, for Christian Aid, with bring and buy stall.

10.30am – Coffee morning, St Just Royal British Legion.

10.30am – Craft and tabletop sale at All Saints' Church Hall, Marazion.

10.30am – Fun run from Lelant Saltings to St Ives Guildhall.

11am – Nancledra fête, car boot sale and barbecue at Towednack Church and in adjacent fields (to 4pm).

7pm – Impossible God with Mark Topping at St Piran's Hall, Goldsithney.

7pm – Archive film show at Lelant Village Hall, with material on Lelant, St Ives and Hayle.

7pm – Christian Aid curry supper at the Old School Room, St Erth. Book on 758233.

7.30pm – Wall Music Festival final concert featuring the outstanding performers, at Wall Methodist Church.

7.30pm – Choir concert at the Centre, Newlyn, with Mount's Bay Singers and the Staffordshire WI Singers.

7.30pm – Choir concert at St Peter's Church Newlyn with Marazion Apollo Male Choir; in aid of Newlyn Mission to Seamen.

7.30pm – Handel's Samson at the Mary Jackson Memorial Concert, Madron Church.

9pm – David Gaffney's More Sawn-Off Tales – a performance of stories from his new book, at St Ives Arts Club.


9.30am – Rotary Club of Mount's Bay St Michael's Way Walk. The 12-mile route begins at Lelant church at 9.30am; and a three-mile journey around Marazion starts at noon. To register, visit www.macmillan.org.uk/stmichaelsway.

10am – Heyl Town Band's Funday on Hayle recreation ground (to 4pm), with classic vehicles, car boot sale, stalls, SK8 competition plus concert by Heyl Town Band.

10am – St Ives Food and Drink Festival producers' market on Porthminster Beach, St Ives (to 4pm).

10am – Working day at Gwyls Crankan, Newmill.

11am – Sancreed Plant and Produce Sale at Sancreed Village Hall (to 3pm).

1pm – Fun dog show at the Coach and Horses, Kenneggy Downs, Rosudgeon (postponed from last weekend); proceeds to cancer charity LARF.

6pm – Service at St Buryan Methodist Church marking the 90th year of Penzance Rotary.


7pm – St Ives Old Cornwall Society meeting, at St Ives Infant School; speaker Tony Pawlyn of the Falmouth Maritime Museum.


Noon – Ploughman's Lunch in the WI Hall, St Just, in aid of the Heartstart Project.

1pm – Cornish Memory presentation in Leedstown Village Hall: about the on-line audio-visual archive of film, sound and images.

7.30pm – Bingo at St Just Rugby Club.

7.30pm – Penzance/Concarneau Twinning Association social evening at Pirates RFC, Penzance.

8pm – Indigo Kid at the Jazz Club, Western Hotel, St Ives.


9am – RSPB walk at Marazion Marsh. Book on 360624.

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