Quay Road, Devoran, Truro, TR3 6PW.

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 16th January Devoran Gardening Club   Devoran Village Hall  7.30pm for 7.45pm

We begin the new year and hopefully will be providing members with interesting talks and discussions on all gardening matters. We begin our season on January 16 when we welcome back one of our first speakers, Liam Shoesmith, deputy parks manager for Truro City Council and a well known gardening broadcaster on local radio and contributor to local newspapers.

Truro City council’s parks and gardens together with other areas is an award winning authority and the first part of Liam’s talk will appropriately be called Blooming Truro to be followed by Blooming Wildlife which will be of particular interest to all of us who want to encourage birds and bees and other wildlife to our gardens.

“My interest in horticulture started at an early age, as my father was the head gardener at Truro Cathedral  School  and I use to go with him to work at the weekends or during the holidays.  He introduced me to how great it was to sow a seed and watch it grow into something wonderful, as well as all the nature around us in the garden i.e butterflies, birds and bees,” said Liam.

Please try and attend this meeting as it is only with the support of members we can continue enjoying such prestigious speakers at the same time as bringing advice to members of how to enjoy their gardening.

Doors to the Devoran Village Hall will be open before 7.30pm with the talk expected to begin by 7.45pm January 16.

We will also have refreshments available along with a plant swap and sale.

Saturday January 19th  The Bully Wee Band and Phil Beer   Devoran Village Hall  7.30pm

Since their reformation in 2004, the Bully Wee Band have had no trouble proving that they are still a force to be reckoned with as one of Britain’s foremost exponents of acoustic folk/rock music.
They have an extensive repertoire, which has been added to since they reformed and in 2015 they recorded their first album in 35 years. The result shows how they and their sound has matured over the years.

For this show the Bully Wee Band will be joined by Phil Beer (Show of Hands), for an evening of great music.

Tickets £16.50  Bookings   01872 262466  Monday – Friday 11:00am – 4.00pm
Online: www.hallforcornwall.co.uk

PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN REFRESHMENTS, REUSABLE PLASTIC GLASSES PLEASE.

 

Sunday 20th January Creative Writing on winter Sundays 9.45am – 4.0pm Devoran Village Hall

A writing retreat in one day with the opportunity to learn new skills, enjoy time to write and be indulged with delicious food.

Get the writing habit This one day retreat helps you get into a regfular writing habit, with tools and techniques to sustain your writing throughout the year.

More dates:-

Sunday 17th February: Show and tell. Writers talk about ‘showing’ and ‘telling’ but what does that really mean? Learn how to invite the reader into your characters’ world and make your storytelling vivid and compelling.

Sunday 17th March: Play with point of view. Whose story is it anyway? Learn techniques to help you try on different voices and judge which point of view will serve your story best.

Cost: £45 for single days or £120 for all three, including all refreshments and lunch.

How to book: Visit our website http://www.thewritingretreat.co.uk    or call 01326 377419

 

 Sunday 3rd February Uchenna Dance will come to Devoran Village Hall with their family show Hansel and Gretel. Doors open at 2:45pm for refreshments and activities.

Hansel and Gretel, our superhero guides discover a strange and colourful world. Finding themselves in a new country, full of strange sights and smells, Hansel & Gretel must outwit the adults to find their way back to their father.
The story celebrates children’s tenacity as we watch Hansel & Gretel tackle situations that would have the bravest of adults shaking in their boots.
Uchenna’s choreographer Vicki Igpokwe will bring her fierce movement vocabulary, a blend of House, Waacking, Vogue, African and Contemporary, to tell this story with an Uchenna twist.
Audience: Families 5+

Ticketshttp://www.crbo.co.uk/eventDetail.php?evGrp=5&evId=17454

Further information: https://www.facebook.com/UpTheCreekPromotions/