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By The Cornishman  |  Posted: August 22, 2013

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11am – Art exhibition at Lamorna Village Hall (until Monday 26): The Edge.

2pm – St Levan church fête at Grey Gables, next to the church.

7.30pm – Live rock and roll at Leedstown Village Hall with the Crumblies.

8.30pm – The Blacksmith's Tale at the Queen's Arms, Botallack.


10am – Drym Valley Centre open day, exhibition of creative work; Drym is between Leedstown and Praze An Beeble.

12.30pm – Lunchtime organ recital by Peter Luing at St Ives parish church.

2pm – Open garden and cream teas at Chynoey, Newmill, in aid of ACE.

5.30pm – Supper night at Community House, St Buryan.

7.30pm – Mousehole Male Voice Choir at the Old Success Inn, Sennen Cove.

7.30pm – Bingo at Leedstown Village Hall.

8pm – Songs From The Shows with Penzance Operatic Society at Gulval Parish Church.


9.30am – Farmers' market, St Buryan Village Hall.

9.30am – Farmers' market at the St Just RBL.

10am – Hayle Model Railway Club summer exhibition at Hayle Day Care Centre, Commercial Road, Hayle (to 5pm; and Sunday, 10am to 4pm).

10am – Memories: four-day event at St Elwyn's church, Hayle.

10am – Coffee morning and open garden at Trenoweth, St Ives Rd, Carbis Bay, in aid of St Anta Flower Fund.

11am – Benefice fête in Breage church, with stalls, games and the famous Germoe snail race.

1pm – Connor Downs Residents' Association's fun dog show in the garden of the Turnpike Inn, Connor Downs.

2pm – Townshend Village Show in the village hall; free entry.

4pm – Kruners choir at the First and Last Inn, Sennen.

7.30pm – Penzance Orpheus Ladies' Choir in concert with Lanner & District Silver Band, St John's Hall, Penzance, for Cornwall Hospice Care.

7.30pm – Evening with the Wesleys in St Anta Church, Carbis Bay: community hymn singing with St Ives Praise Male Voice Choir.

8pm – Chris Bannister's celebration of John Denver at St Ives Guildhall.

8pm – Musical evening with Doc Mustard at Gulval Village Hall.

9pm – Blues Busters Reunion live at the First and Last Inn, Sennen.


10am – Sennen Cove lifeboat day. Tours of the boathouse from noon.

10am – Hayle Model Railway Club summer exhibition at Hayle Day Care Centre, Commercial Road (to 4pm).

10am – Kidz R Us auditions for six to 18-year-olds at St Ives Theatre, Lower Stennack.

11am – St Just Football Club fun day (to 3pm).

Noon – Angarrack Inn summer fête.

Noon – Sandy Sunday with the Physics Buskers from Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno beach.

2.30pm – Mount's Bay Singers and Penzance Orpheus Ladies' Choir sing on St Michael's Mount.

4pm – Pendeen Silver Band at First and Last, Sennen.

6.30pm – Open air service at Mousehole Harbour: blessing of the lifeboat.

7pm – The Kernow King in Splann! S'nives at St Ives Guildhall.

7.30pm – St Buryan Male Voice Choir at St Elwyn's Church, Hayle, with baritone soloist Jonathon Wooldridge.

9pm – High Voltage live at the First & Last, Sennen.


9am – Newlyn Fish Festival. Last entry 4pm.

10am – Arts & crafts fair in St Buryan Village Hall (to 4pm).

10am – Charity car boot sale at Rosudgeon.

10am – Open day at Pengersick Castle, Praa Sands.

10am – Ride 4 Life sponsored ride starts from Bone Valley, Heamoor, in aid of Cancer Relief.

11am – Bank Holiday fun day, fundraising for Cornish Pirates Under-11s, at St Piran's Hall, Goldsithney.

1pm – KRUners choir at Engine Inn, Nancledra.

7.30pm – Charity pairs Euchre drive, St Just FC.


Noon – Car boot sale at old Long Rock cricket club.

12.30pm – Lunchtime concert by Sine Nomine Vocalists at St Ives parish church.

2pm – St Just Memory Café's fundraising cream tea at St Just Royal British Legion.

8pm – Kevin Figes Quartet at the Jazz Club, Western Hotel, St Ives.


10.30am – Coffee morning at Mousehole Methodist Chapel.

1.15pm – Lunchtime recital at St Mary's, Penzance, with the Citron Trio.

7.30pm – Chamber Philharmonia Cologne at St Mary's Church, Penzance.

8.30pm – Dalla live at Penzance Folk Club, Admiral Benbow, Chapel St, Penzance.

For further details, see the Down Your Way pages.

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