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Saturday October 20th at 7.30pm THE GREATEST SHOW SONGS From Stage & Screen Devoran Village Hall
A CHARITY EVENING OF CHEESE, WINE & CABARET ENTERTAINMENT compered by Mike Bearcroft – Performed by Local Cabaret Artiste SYLVIA McEWEN
Phantom of the Opera * Mamma Mia * The Greatest Showman * A Chorus Line….and many more.
A fantastic evening of entertainment with complimentary cheeseboard, nibbles & soft drinks
GRAND RAFFLE – CASH WINE BAR Tickets ONLY £12
BOOK ONLINE at www.crbo.co.uk/devoran or CALL 01726 879500 or BUY-OVER-THE-COUNTER at Tourist Offices in Truro & Falmouth
In support of Devoran Village Hall Restoration Fund & Penhaligon’s Friends Charity No 1053968
Wednesday October 24th Devoran Gardening Club 7.30 Devoran Village Hall
Our guest will be John Moreland from Penzance. He has been designing for more than 45 years both in the UK and abroad, especially in the Mediterranean area. John’s designs can be seen in many parts of Cornwall.
He has won many accolades including three times Gold Medal winner for Show Gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show with colleague Arabella Lennox-Boyd. He is also involved in a wide variety of projects both in terms of size and style: traditional or contemporary. He was the winner of the Society of Garden Designers National Awards in 2016, for Large Residential Garden (3 acres plus) and the Judge’s Choice for all designs submitted.
Recently John has been teaching Design for Construction to student gardeners at the Tresco Abbey Sub-Tropical Gardens on the Isles of Scilly with the Garden’s Curator Mike Nelhams.
Why not bring along a friend and introduce them to the Devoran Gardening Club?
Wednesday 31st October La Grande Illusion plus Cornish Tommies- commissioned by C Fylm Devoran Village Hall
Doors 7.30pm Film 7.45pm.
A new short documentary accompanies a season of First World War films across Cornwall this autumn.
To celebrate the Centenary of Armistice Day, C Fylm has commissioned a young student team and school and college children to get involved in telling and learning about Cornwall’s First World War stories by producing a short documentary film. The Cornish Tommies project will enable local people throughout Cornwall to come together to preserve the memories and heritage of Cornish families who lived through the First World War.
In the La Grande Illusion two French soldiers are captured and imprisoned in a German POW camp during WW1. Several escape attempts follow until they are sent to a seemingly impenetrable fortress which seems impossible to escape from.
Cornish Tommies tells the story of an 18 year old Cornish Miner from St Agnes called up in 1917.
Booking www.crbo.co.uk or 01726 879500
Wednesday November 7th 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
Saturday 10th November Devoran Village Market 9.30am to 12 noon.
Come along and buy, meet with friends and enjoy a cuppa. There is a large selection of produce from local suppliers including Baker Tom’s Bread, fresh fish, preserves, Oliver’s Olives, Penny’s Pies, Colliers Cheese, Juniper Club Gin, Cligga Hill Farm pork and more including a selection of local craft stalls.
Refreshments and tea and coffee provided by Devoran Guides and Brownies
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 on 07949 823800 or email devoranvillagemarket(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)outlook.com
Sunday 11 November 11.30am Devoran Village Hall 100 Remembered
Join us for coffee in the home of the Devoran Roll of Honour to remember the end of WW1 and the changes it brought to Devoran and the surrounding area. The Roll of Honour was restored in 2015, thanks to a Heritage Lottery grant. The restoration revealed a first draft of the Roll of Honour and the initials of the calligrapher ‘GLB’. The initials are thought to be those of the village doctor’s daughter Gwendoline Layton Blunt nee Edwards. Since discovering the initials Devoran Village Hall and the Devoran War memorial Project have been searching for an image of Gwendoline Layton Blunt, unsuccessfully. They would be delighted to hear from anyone who has an image of her. There will be a display by Devoran War Memorial Project about those men on the Roll of Honour who did not return. All welcome.
Sunday 11th November Devoran Village Hall, 7.30pm Devoran Accoustic Sessions presents Martyn Joseph
Martyn is a performer like no other: Shades of Springsteen, John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews there may be – but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives delivering his “songs of lyrical intelligence” according to BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris. Tickets £16.50. Further details 0776 5423751.
Monday 12 November, 9.30-13.30 Devoran Village Hall Recording Audio At Home
A FREE Cornwall Film Festival workshop looking at some of the best and inexpensive ways to record your own audio at home. Be it for a podcast, singing or playing guitar. A great chance to get hands on and understand the theory behind the sound waves! Further information and to book a place www.cornwallfilmfestival.com.