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 September 20th DEVORAN GARDENING CLUB   Devoran Village Hall 7.30pm

Guest speaker, Peter Auger who is the retired head gardener of Blenheim Palace.

Visitors welcome. Usual bring and buy and refreshments.

 

 Saturday September 23rd  DEVORAN GARDENING CLUB SHOW   Devoran Village Hall
The fun show is open to members and non-members and all age groups.
Schedules for the show are available locally at the parish council offices, Old Quay Inn and in the porch of 5 St Johns Terrace.

Link to Schedule:-   http://devoranvillagehall.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Devoran-Gardening-Club-show-programme-2017.pdf

More information from 01872 870170 and 01872 864701

 

Wednesday September 27th   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

 

Saturday October 14th     DEVORAN VILLAGE MARKET 9.30 to 12 noon Devoran Village Hall

Come along and buy, meet with friends and enjoy a drink and a cake.  There is a large selection of produce from local suppliers including Baker Tom’s bread, fresh fish, preserves, Olivers Olives, Scamps bulbs, pies, cheese, Indian masalas, vegan food, Cornish produce, vegetables and more. There is also a small selection of craft stalls.

Refreshment provided by Devoran Parish Church

If you are a local supplier and would like a stall or if your charity group would like to provide the refreshments in aid of their charity contact Sue Thomas on 07949 823800

 

Wednesday October 18th    DEVORAN GARDENING CLUB   Devoran Village Hall 7.30pm     Details later

 

Wednesday October 25th  ANTIQUE FAKE OR FORTUNE? and COFFEE MORNING  10am   Devoran Village Hall

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood, South-West’s largest fine art auctioneers and valuers will be visiting to talk about and value your family heirlooms and attic treasures. Richard Hamm is an antiques and art valuer with 44 years experience in Cornwall, formerly principal of Lambrays Auction Galleries of Wadebridge for 24 years.

Richard is inviting people to bring their treasures and curios along to the Village Hall from 10am for some refreshments & cake, and at 10.30am he will ‘entertain’ you by talking to everyone about the antiques you bring along.

‘You never know what will turn up. I’ve had a Tang camel, items from the Titantic and many times some stunning jewellery. I doubt whether the owner of a Yorkshire knitting sheath was expecting me to identify it, but I did confess to being a Kaffe Fasset knitter!’

Bearnes has 10 specialist valuers at their centre in Exeter covering jewellery, maritime art, oriental & European ceramics, paintings & sculpture, books & maps, sporting and collectors items, silver, works of art, furniture and rugs.

Richard has donated his time to help raise funds for the Village Hall and is willing to do house calls in the afternoon. Contact Richard on 01208 813593 for more information

Entrance fee £2 in aid of Devoran Village Hall Lower Hall improvement fund. No additional charge for items to be valued.

 

 

Wednesday October 25th    SLOW AND EASY FOLK SESSION  Devoran Village Hall 6.30pm mto 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

 

Saturday October 28th    CRAFT MARKET    Devoran Village Hall 2pm to 4.30pm     More details later.

If you would like a table please contact Sue on 07949 823800

 

Wednesday November 1st    Devoran Films of our Future C Fylm Club  Devoran Village Hall 20.00

“Sisters in Law”  A film by Kim Longinotto and Florence Ayisi concerning Women and Children’s Rights presented by CFylm in partnership with Afrika Eye Film Festival.   Film Director Florence Ayisi will discuss the film and the issues with local women’s rights workers in Cornwall

Cameroonian West African  Supper served at 19.30  price £5 per head.  Further details of other screenings during the Africa day will be published in due course

Tickets £6 (£5 to C Fylm members)    CRBO box office -1726 879500  www.carntocove.co.uk/events  Doors 19.30

 

Batik Workshop Devoran Village Hall (Lower Hall)  starting 2nd November for 4 weeks 10am to 12 noon. All materials and refreshments provided.

Please bring an apron.  Tickets available at Eventbrite