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Looe Lions are getting ready for their carnival procession on the 5th August. This year we would like to see as many Box Cars or Go Karts. So show off your school club or business. You have plenty of time to Design It, Build It and Enter It. There are a few safety rules. Risk Assessment is complete. Further details from Lion Roger Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Roger Lane on 01503262775 Contact by email
The event is in aid of general fundraising for the Poly, and although we do not know the finalized times for the actual event yet, it will be on the 7th October.
Colin Leggo is currently a headline act, and we are looking for other variety performers such as musicians, other comedians, magicians etc.
The open call auditions are on the 1st July from 11 am to 4 pm, and more details will follow.
Both the auditions and the show itself will be put on at The Poly, Falmouth.
If you need any more information feel free to contact me.
Contact Tom Clements on 01326 319461 Contact by email
I am hosting a Charity TAPfit Fiesta in Tavistock Town Hall at 10am-1pm on Saturday 13th May.
100% of proceeds from the event will go to Devon Air Ambulance Trust.
The event will consist of:
Cakes & Refreshments
TAPfit (£3 for 30 minutes, £5 for 1 hour, £8 for 2 hours, or tap through sponsorship with the three people who raise the most gaining a prize)!
TAPfit is a new dance fitness class from Australia - It combines tap steps with cardio and strength training. No dance experience is necessary and I provide tap attachments which slip over canvas shoes/plimsolls/trainers. People just need to be prepared to have fun!
If you don't fancy tapping, don't worry - The event will be open for people to wander in, have a go on the tombola or raffle, have a sit down, drink, cake and a natter!
The raffle has been well supported by fabulous businesses around Devon!
Feel free to contact me for further details! Would love to see lots of people there to raise money for a fabulous charity!
Contact Hannah Holland on +447702594004 Contact by email
On Saturday 13th May Truro Neighbourhood Police are working in conjunction with Truro Cathedral to set up a Community day.
So far we have secured our Drone & Dog section to attend and to do some exhibitions possibly along with the local fire brigade. We shall also be there to offer any crime prevention advice to all members of the public. We will have a photo opportunity with a cops & robbers photo board and finger printing for the children.
If you would like a table to promote your business, then feel free to let me know & we will secure one for you.
As you can appreciate, this is a charity run event and all proceeds go to the cathedral.
Contact PCSO Deborah Sleeman on 08456567705 Contact by email
Truro Neighbourhood Watch Community Support Day. April 27th 2017
Truro Neighbourhood Watch are seeking funding to run a Community Support Day on Lemon Quay Truro on Thursday 27th April 2017.
The Watch covers the whole of the Truro Beat Area, from Perranporth in the North to Veryan in the South. There are over 170 coordinators who pass on relevant Police messages to their own groups of about 20 householders each, and feed back any concerns to the Watch Office Team. They are in touch with their Community and the purpose of our event is to enable them to understand what services are available to the Community thus making them an invaluable resource to these communities. The General Public are also invited making it a truly Community Support Day.
The topics covered include;
SAFETY Crime prevention, safety in the home, how to deal with scams etc Crime Prevention, Fire Brigade and Trading Standards will be amongst those involved.
MONEY sources when in difficulty, budgeting, money advice. CAB, Kernow Credit Union and a bank will be on hand.
SUPPORT FOR SERVICEMEN Acitive Partnership and the British Legion.
HEALTH How to contact a doctor after hours, Dementia Awareness, homelessness.etc.
Thank you for reading this and I do hope that you can support this worthwhile event
Contact Bernie Watters on 01872 227145 Contact by email
The aim is to facilitate meaningful, potentially lifelong friendships, peer support groups, social networks and promote fun activities between young people with and without a learning disability.
We hope that friendships can be formed which will enable the person / people with a learning disability, to participate and get involved in social and community fun activities, i.e. go to clubs, concerts, activity groups, football matches, the cinema, play X box with a friend, go shopping, go to the beach, go swimming, do all the things that other young people do, but which they may have never been able to do before. Moreover, the person with a learning disability will be learning new life skills i.e. traveling on public transport, using and dealing with money, interacting and behaving in social and community settings. All of which will enhance and promote their own self-esteem, confidence and well-being, enabling them to become more independent and less isolated and vulnerable.
The initiative will also raise awareness and reduce stigma of learning disabilities in the younger generation, their friends and family and throughout local communities as a whole. Mencap Best Buddies may also enhance the employability of both the person with and without a learning disability via participation, skills attained and links and activities undertaken by collaborating organisations i.e. Colleges, Volunteer Cornwall, Cornwall Sports Partnership.
The project is open to everyone in Cornwall and we are currently forming relationships and collaborations with numerous other organisations, who can support and work with us to ensure the initiative is viable and sustainable for eventual national roll out.
Contact Su Hodgson on 07989 448606 Contact by email
The University of Exeter's Penryn Campus have organised some 'Return to Learning Workshops' as part of the European Social Fund, Widening Participation Through Skills. We are hosting these workshops in Heartlands, St Austell Conference Centre and Penwith College as an introduction to higher education for mature learners. Please see http://www.exeter.ac.uk/cornwall/events/returntolearning/ or https://www.facebook.com/UoEPenrynCampus/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED or https://twitter.com/UoEPenrynCampus/status/856532767114448896
Contact Charlotte Bailey on 01326 370412 Contact by email
If you are a Co-op member please don't forget to register Friends of the Erme Primary School Victoria Park Play Development as your charity cause. All funds will go to resurfacing the tarmac area in Victoria Park, Ivybridge, adding football goals and new basket ball/net ball hoops. This will be for the whole community to use free of charge not just the children at the Erme Primary School. Please help us if you can.
You have 3 ways to register us you can do this by calling the Co-op on
0800 023 4708
Lines are open 9am-7pm Monday to Friday and 9am-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Or Email us at email@example.com
Or go online coop.co.uk/membership to your account
Contact Kay on 0800 023 4708
We are trying to raise money for my severely disabled daughter Daisy.we need to raise £8,000 for a special bed as the local authorities will not provide it. Despite it being a necessity for Daisys safety and wellbeing. Please find link below, any donations are greatly received. Thank you in advance.
Contact Tanya on 00000000000
Hayle Heritage Centre will be re-opening on the 12th of April. The centre has had a makeover during winter with lots more exciting displays, artefacts and children’s activities on offer.
To celebrate our new look we are going to run a coffee morning on the 12th. Come along from 11am to take a look around the new displays and eat some yummy cakes.
We are also running a family friendly craft workshop in the afternoon from 1-3 in making paper mâché baskets (This is limited to 10 spaces so please contact us to book a place). On Saturday the 15th we will be running a drop in children’s Easter craft session from11- 3, also running all day on the 12th and 15th will be an Easter egg hunt. Children and families will need to solve a puzzle through the centre to claim their Easter egg!
A new display will explore the topic of ‘Hayle at Leisure’, showcasing objects relating to the regatta, early surfing and sport in the town. Our redeveloped ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ features WW11 memorabilia, Cornish studio pottery and more. We also have a new dressing up space where children can become historical figures from the town. A new shop area has been created offering books, cards and unique gifts, including original artwork made in the town.
This year you will now be able to watch volunteers and staff working on our collection at our ‘Heritage in Action’ area; witness the careful restoration of the Biggleston paper collection, or the cataloguing and photography of our ever-growing permanent collection.
Our website is also having a makeover; you will be able to view our previous exhibitions and events, listen to forty oral history stories, and see some of our most treasured items in our star object collection. The website address will stay the same (hayleheritagecentre.org.uk). It’s hoped that the website will launch at the beginning of April.
We rely on the enduring support of our volunteers. If you have a love of history and have a few hours to spare please get in contact. Equally, if you have any artefacts or material that you would like to donate to the centre we would be keen to hear from you.
The Heritage Centre will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 11-4; we are also going to trial being open on the first Saturday of each month 11-3.
For more information you can visit our website (hayleheritagecentre.org.uk), check our social media (Facebook – Hayle Heritage Centre; Twitter - @hayleheritage; Instagram - @hayleheritagecentre) or give us a call on 01736 757683.
Contact Laura Walton on 01736 757683 Contact by email
Hop over to Redannick Park, Truro on Good Friday at 10.30am for an Egg Roll and Egg Hunt.
Bring a decorated hard boiled egg to roll and a basket or bucket for collecting chocolate eggs.
Organised by the Friends of Redannick Park. Donations welcome.
Contact Mike Rabey on 01872 264721 Contact by email
On the 8th of April a the Moores family (a family of 8), lost their home and most of their belongings, leaving them homeless along with their dogs ,including a mum and her few week old puppies, and a cat, which are having to split up so they have somewhere to sleep . There are 2 boys aged 17 and 7 (8 on Thursday the 13th) ,3 girls aged 5,10 and 14 and the parents who are in their 30's and a cousin who is in his 20's. Since then we have been collecting clothing items and toiletries for the family including school uniform. We have set up a collection point in the Treasure Chest in Liskeard where there is storage space for bigger donated items. They are still in need of school uniform for Stoke Climsland and Callington Community College. A fund me page has been set up so money can be raised to help them with buying necessary items that can't be donated. At the moment they are in need of a way moving a caravan (36ft long and 12ft wide) from Kelly Bray to Coxpark Latchely/Gunnislake area so the family an all be under one roof again. The caravan would need to be put on a trailer as it has wheels but is not road worthy.
For more information feel free to contact Ruth Baker on 01579 362119.
Any Easter goodies will be also gratefully welcomed.
Contact Ruth Baker on 01579 362119 Contact by email
Made Well CIC are going to be doing a sponsored walk to raise money for charities such as Devon Air Ambulance, Greenpeace and Cancer Research UK.
Made Well at Hatherleigh are doing this charity walk on Monday 10th April and are in need of some support.
Please come along and bring any equipment that will help in their trek as well as food and drink.
Contact Laura on 01837 810 584
Come along with all the family and enjoy a fun packed day at the Draceana Centre, Draceana Rd falmouth from 10.00-16.30. Fashion & all the essential clothing unique gifts,Baby advise With Tarquin childrens entertainer sth wst entertainments face painting the Palm cafe will be open all day. Raising funds the Neonatal and maternity unit at Treliske.
All Profits go to the Royal Cornwall Hospital. The Birth and baby Project raising funds. To provide equipment for the New birthing unit, with water birth facilities and to refurbish excising areas to go 'above and beyond' in maternity and newborn care in Cornwall.
Contact Angie stanforth on 07801955186 Contact by email
Both myself and good friend Ann-Marie Chater are going to be completing a cycling event in July 2017. We will be cycling from London to Paris in 3 days. This is a huge challenge for us and there be lots of training over the next few months. We are completing this challenge to raise money for British Heart Foundation the target is to reach £2,500 per person cycling. Therefore we will be holding the event below to help us reach our target.
We would love to have as many people there as possible. It will be a great night. Please share with your friends and please contact myself or Ann Marie for tickets or they will be on sale soon in Strawberry Fields Lifton or No 8 in Launceston. £10 per person for an evening out and a great local band .
Contact Emma Wild on 07814 515766 Contact by email
I represent Polperro Refugee Aid, a community group involved in raising funds for child victims of war. We are currently organising a 24 hour music marathon, which will be held at the Blue Peter Inn, Polperro. The event will begin at midday on Saturday 1st April and finish at midday on Sunday 2nd April. Local musicians are giving their time to provide non-stop music during opening hours and the music will continue through the night by invite only.
Polperro Refugee Aid came about when Rosie, aged 11, saw some harrowing footage of the plight of the Syrian refugee children, fleeing their homeland in search of safety. She found it very upsetting and decided that she would like to do something to help. Rosie teamed up with friends and fellow villagers in Polperro to raise funds for child victims of war, by holding a series of events in and around the village, mainly themed around a combined love of music.
Our first fundraiser, in 2016, managed to raise over £800.00 for Refugee Aid, a charity which provides direct aid to refugees in Europe. Refugee Aid is a Penzance-born organisation with a mission to take support to refugees where it is most needed, without any large organisational costs. The donations they receive go to the families and children that are suffering in the wake of war, ecological disasters and political tyranny.
We are now pleased to be organising our second event, a 24 hour music marathon, this time raising funds for Human Care Syria. HCS are a charity dedicated to restoring stability to war torn Syria by providing immediate humanitarian aid and relief as well as being committed to the long term development of building a peaceful community. Funds raised from our event will be supporting three projects: Education, Physiotherapy and Psychological support.
You can find out more about both charities by visiting Refugee Aid and Human Care Syria
There is also more information about Polperro Refugee Aid on our Facebook and Just Giving pages.
We would really appreciate it if you could mention our event on your show.
If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Contact Mandy on 07970 992402 Contact by email
Army veteran Michael Stawrowski, from Bristol, is planning to undertake two long-distance treks to raise money for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and The Royal Marines Charity.
The first will be a 100-mile walk through the hills of Nepal and the second, separated only by the long flight back to the UK, will consist of a 150-mile trek from Land’s End in Cornwall to Norton Manor in Somerset, all while carrying a 40lb ‘Bergen’. He aims to complete the UK leg of the challenge in just 10 days.
To support Michael, please visit: https://www.soldierscharity.org/donate/make-donation/
Contact Michael Standen on 07413 982178 Contact by email
St. Stephen in Brannel Bowling Club is holding a Coffee Morning on the 25th March 2017 at the Bowling Club Pavilion from 10.00 a.m. - 12 noon. There will be Cakes, Bring and Buy Stall, Tombola and Raffle. All welcome.
Contact Christine Hore on 01726 822897 Contact by email
Do you want to have a say on local issues? If so, this is your opportunity to make a difference. You could stand as a town Councillor in the local elections in May.
To explain to people what this involves, St Ives town council is holding an open evening in the council chamber at the Guildhall at 7 pm. Here you will be able to find out about the committees, meetings, issues, budgets and future plans of the council. As town councillor Tamsyn Williams points out, ' Being on the council is more rewarding and enjoyable than many people seem to assume. I would urge anyone who cares about the area to come along and find out more'. It will be an informal evening with simple refreshments.
Contact Jeremy on 01736 797840 Contact by email
We are holding a Charity Bingo for Macmillan Cancer Research on April 2nd at the Launceston White Hart doors open 6:30 eyes down 7:30 Cash prizes 6 pounds for books .2 bumper draws around a thousand pounds so far come along and support this much needed support for Macmillan nurses and support teams thanks again. Peter
Contact Peter Prynne on 01566777538 Contact by email
Animals of hope 1167483 are looking for Good Quality Donations to raise funds for Animals of Hope Redruth charity dog rescue - we are collecting Donations clothes household bulk carboot
Contact Miles Darwin on 01209217897 Contact by email
25TH MARCH 2017. Homemade Crafts and Cakes! Charity craft sale in support of the International Glaucoma Association. Carnon Downs Village Hall (2pm-5.30pm).
Turn up and kids will receive a FREE SNAP BAND (72 available)! Tombola (prizes include family tickets to the Eden Project, local crafts and much more), amazing locally handmade gifts, tables to sit down and enjoy homemade cakes, teas/coffee/squash.
Craft stalls include local designers and crafters:
Liz May Designs, Tabbi's knitted hats, Opalmoon Creations, Pat's Nelly Bags, Roger Gluyas (Cornwall Woodcarvers), Made With Love By Lor, Discobeads by Katie, Jewellery, scarves and Reiki by Jenny, Jojangles, The Cornish Hooker, and more...
FREE ENTRANCE and parking available.
The IGA provide information, literature, advice and fund essential research to prevent unnecessary loss of sight through early detection, diagnosis and treatment. I work as a glaucoma (nurse) practitioner, and see the benefits first hand. This is an amazing charity and and everyone is encouraged and welcome to pop in at anytime during the afternoon of the 25th March. General information about glaucoma is also available on the day.
I am also running the London Marathon for this charity. If you can't make the event but would still like to support me I have a JustGiving site.
There are other local events on the same day.
Why not visit the Carnon Downs Village Market (Carnon Downs Village Hall (9-12), and the Devoran Village flower show before or after my IGA village craft fair on the afternoon of 25th March
Contact Nicky Townend on 07956719080 Contact by email
Myself and my fellow students are studying Children’s and Young People’s workforce FdA through Plymouth university. We are currently doing a Module called personal employability skills development.
For our assignment, we have to do a team project, we have a chosen to crowdfund to raise money to have a book (Ted rules the world by Frank Cottrell Boyce) published in Cornish. The aim of our project is to raise somewhere around the region of three thousand pounds.
Here is the link to our Crowdfunding page
our twitter page https://twitter.com/tedarewlanbys
We would like to ask for your help in publicising our project and helping us get the pledges we need to make the project happen.these books will be given to schools as classroom pack of 15 copies free of charge, enough for a full class to use in Cornish lessons. The book will be launched in June 2017.
We hope that you will be able to support us, and will spread the word.
Contact Georgina Chiplin on 07515109444 Contact by email
Nikki White and Tom Grey are running the Vitality Bath Half on the 12th March 2017 in aid of Breast Cancer Now. Boogie Bounce Xtreme Goldsithney are running 2 classes on Saturday 4th March 9:30 to 10:30 and 10:30 to 11:30 at St Pirans Hall St Rd, Goldsithney, TR209LF. It is a complete exercise programme on a mini trampoline, with a safety bar. It is Fab, Fun, Funky and Fat burning. £5:00 per person per session and all monies are being donated to their charity fund.
Contact Nikki White on 07763884190 Contact by email