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Devoran Village events

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Friday November 17th Geoff Lakeman  Doors 7pm    Devoran Village Hall

A Cornishman who has lived on Dartmoor for 40 years, has been described as “A stalwart of the West Country Folk scene and the father of a virtual folk dynasty.” He’s the dad of Sean, Sam and Seth Lakeman, who are all internationally renowned folk musicians. They began playing as children in a family band with Geoff and their violinist mum, Joy. Geoff is a leading exponent of the rare Crane Duet concertina. He performs self-written and West Country songs, English, Irish and Scottish folk and other music as varied as Jimmie Rodgers, the Louvin Brothers, Richard Thompson and Randy Newman. He’s also one of the few to play 1920’s/ 30’s jazz on an authentic 1920’s instrument. His smooth tenor vocals and unique concertina accompaniment have won him plaudits and fans over the years but it has only been since retiring from a long career as a Fleet Street Journalist that Geoff has truly spread his wings musically. 2016 saw the release of Geoff’s debut album ‘After All These Years’. With a stellar line up of musical family and friends it showcases his talents perfectly and illustrates the high regard and affection in which he is held

Tickets £10.50   Please bring your own refreshments. Tea and coffee available.


Saturday November 18th  Devoran Parish Church Bazaar   2.15pm Devoran Village Hall

Stalls, Teas, Raffles and Gifts


Sunday November 19th        The Adventures of Prince Achmed   2pm      Devoran Village Hall     

A fairy-tale film based on tales of the Arabian Nights, this is one of the oldest surviving animated feature films, and still stands as one of the great classics of its genre.

Musician Chris Davies reinvigorates the film with his skilful composition and live performance using a spectacular array of instruments from around the world to accompany Prince Achmed’s journey from the Middle East, to China and beyond. Great for children and adults alike!

Doors open at 2pm for children’s crafts and refreshments. The film itself starts at 3.30pm.

Tickets from http://www.crbo.co.uk. Adults £7; Child £5; Family £20.


Wednesday November 22nd      Devoran Gardening Club   from 7.30pm Devoran Village Hall

Unfortunately, we have had to change our speaker, Mr Pocock, who was booked to give a talk on roses. He will be recuperating following hospital treatment and sends his apologies. As a result we have asked him to come to talk at a meeting in the new year.

But not all is lost. We are delighted to welcome horticulturist Ian Martin, who is from the Eden Project where he is technical advisor and consultant.

Ian is a busy man but has agreed to come to Devoran when I am sure we will give him a warm welcome. He will be talking about the Eden Project from 1996 to the present, a most interesting subject.

An extract about Ian Martin taken from the Eden Project Website says:

Was first involved with planning of the Eden Project, then curator for the plant nursery, the specialist for outside project collaboration, especially in areas of the world with a hot summers and a dry season. This had followed on from 23 years in Latin America and more especially in Africa – always preferring to work on small scale rural development involving plants and people.”

Why not bring a friend and introduce them to the club? We hope you will all be able to attend and help continue making our club enjoy the success it has experienced over past two years. Please do not be put off by the dark winter nights – I am sure anyone having difficulty in attending or getting home will find a willing helper among us all.


Saturday 25th November     Art and Craft Fair      10am to 4pm    Devoran Village Hall

A selection of contemporary sculpture, jewellery, silverware, ceramics, printmaking, photography and textiles.

Festive food available.

Wednesday November 29th     SLOW AND EASY FOLK SESSION  Devoran Village Hall 6.30pm to 8.30pm

SLOW & EASY FOLK …is for anyone who wants to play along with others at an easy pace and where it doesn’t matter if you can only catch one note in 4!

You WILL pick it up over time and we make sure that no-one is left  behind.  Any instrument or age welcome


Wednesday November 29th    Devoran Films for the Future  DYING BREED    Devoran Village Hall 7.30pm

A year in the making, shot on three small cattle farms in West Cornwall, Dying Breed is film makers Mick Catmull’s love letter to a disappearing way of life. Post film discussion with Film Maker Mick Catmull and a panel of local farmers Geoffrey Giles (farmer), Rose Barnecut (FEAST) and Andrew Body (Lodge & Thomas).

Pre order your Cornish Beef (and vegetable) Burger Supper online (£6)

Tickets £6 new members, £5 members call 01726879500 or www.carntocove.co.uk/event


Starting November 30th Christmas Textile Workshop  10am to 12 noon. Devoran Village Lower Hall

Three-week workshop November 30th, December 7th and 14th.

Run by Sue Newell. Materials and refreshments included. Limited numbers.  Contact email: newesue(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)aol.com

Tickets Available on Eventbrite and from Sue on 01872 865040


Saturday December 2nd  Christmas Fair 11am to 3pm  Devoran Village Hall

Lots of stalls full of Christmas presents and tea and cakes.

In aid of Cats Protection Cornwall Adoption Centre


Wednesday December 6th  Meet and Eat  12.30    Devoran Village Hall

Everyone Welcome.!       Just turn up or for help with transport call 07904547288.

Delicious homemade soups, puddings, tea and coffee.  £4 per person.

We are a friendly gang looking for more people to join us.

For more information call Anne 07971 522479  or Parish Office 01872 863333