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Devoran Village events

If you would like your Village event advertised here, please contact our Website Administrator, Sue Thomas, at dvhbookings(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)outlook.com.

 

Wednesday 18th July  Devoran Gardening Club  Devoran Village Hall 7.45pm

The speaker will be Nick Bacon, whose subject will be Garden Medicine.

There will also be a plant swap and sale so bring along any plants surplus to your requirements and help us to raise funds for the gardening club to maintain the high standard of speakers it has been able to attract.

As usual refreshments will be available and new members and guests are always welcome. More information from Ian on 01872 870170 or Steve on 01872 864701.Please support your local Devoran Gardening Club.

There will be no meeting in August, but meetings will resume again in September and with our show being held soon afterwards there is a lot to look forward to. It is hoped you will all take part in what has become a show for everyone and all age groups.

 

No Meet and Eat in August  next  one is on Wednesday September 5th 

 

Sunday August 19th Shallal-igans by Cousin Jack’s  Devoran Village Hall

Make-shift musical mayhem for all the family followed by possibly the most “Kernow Crazy” procession you’ve ever heard!

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A lively, fun and wildly Cornish workshop for all the family.
Join talented local musician and performer from our much-loved adaptation of “The Mousehole Cat”, Richard Trethewey and local artist and performer, Michelle O’Connor on a journey into Cornish musical mayhem.

Start your workshop by learning and singing along to ancient Cornish songs before, as a group, you create your own Cornish folkloric chant. Next, create your own make-shift instrument from all sorts of available noise making materials before heading out through the village to make yourselves heard for miles around!

Practical Stuff You Might Want to Know

  • Workshops last approximately 2 hours depending on group size
  • Arrive at least 10 minutes early to check-in
  • Tickets are priced at £5 per child
  • Adults are free and, as long as we have enough materials, can make their own make-shift instruments too
  • Water and fruit available throughout the workshop
  • Workshop designed to be for children of all ages and the whole family
  • All materials are provided
http:/ www.cousinjacks.org