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Wednesday 21st March Devoran Gardening Club Devoran Village Hall 7.45pm
This month’s guest speaker is Charles Fox of Glendurgan who will be talking about the Fox Family Gardens in this area and their history. Charles Fox is a highly respected horticulturist and knows the Devoran area well.
Many of you will know the National Trust garden of Glendurgan which is one of the great Cornish gardens. Other gardens – Trebah, Penjerrick, Fox Rosehill – were also created by this exceptional family.
Refreshments will be available Plants for sale and swap. Contact Steve 01872 864701 or Ian 01872 870170 for more information
Wednesday 28th March C Fylm Devoran Film for our Future Presents WILDLIFE SHORTS EVENING AND “DEMAIN” Devoran Village Hall
Wildlife Shorts from Cornwall featuring the Films of Nina Constable on Samburu Elephants, The Cornwall Butterfly Project, the Release of Beavers in the Upper Fal for water management development and students underwater wildlife film about Falmouth Haven
Tomorrow (Demain) will be the main feature , an award-winning French film about Global Warming – which looks at ways communities across the world are stepping up to the challenge that climate change is presents with innovative collective action.
Following the film Professors Annette Broderick and Brendan Godley, Marine Biologists at Exeter University, Chris Jones local farmer on whose Farm the Beavers are living and Film maker Nina Gold and Gemma Wearing will do a Q&A
Doors open 19.30 Tickets £6 include Membership of Devoran C FylmClub (Members £5) Tickets from 01726 879500 or online at www.carntocove.co.uk/Events
Old Quay Inn Meal “C Fylm” deal from 6.p.m. Pre book special supper 2 for £17 on 01872 863142
Wednesday April 4th 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
Wednesday April 11th The incredible Balti Celtic Carpet Ride 7.30pm Devoran Village Hall
The date is 11th September 1967 and The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour pulls into the Cornish seaside town of Newquay. Long-term fan of the band and new Balti House owner Sandeep Chaudary finds himself intricately caught up with their visit. Events not only lead to him meeting John, Paul, George and Ringo, but also his friends, family and they take their very own surreal tour across the world on the incredible Balti-Celtic carpet ride.
The ride is life-changing for everyone, showing how the past has affected both the territories of Cornwall and India.
In this wildly imaginative new play, Alan M. Kent -prize-winning playwright of The Tin Violin, Surfing Tommies and National Minority, takes audiences on an extraordinary journey through time and space.Here post-colonialism meets pop -all helped along with a mischievous dusting of (L)ucy in the (S)ky with (D)iamondsand a generous helping of hot and spicy Balti-style Vindaloo…
Tickets from CRBO (www.crbo.co.uk) Also available on the door
Saturday 14th April Devoran Village Market Devoran Village Hall 9.30 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, Cornwall Lamb Company and more. There is also a selection of local craft stalls.
Refreshments and tea and coffee available in aid of Cornwall Blood Bikes. During the morning there will be a Blood Bike on site come along with your children and find out more about their service to the community.
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
Friday 20th April Devoran Accoustic Sesssions – Paul Downes and Mick Ryan Devoran Village Hall
Paul Downes has a sensitive, yet fun approach to live performances which puts him among the most respected artists on the British acoustic music scene today. He has been introduced (to his embarrassment) as one of the greatest acoustic guitarist in the world. www.pauldownes.com
Mick Ryan is well known on the folk scene as a fine singer of traditional and original songs. He was described by Folk Roots as ‘definitely the most underrated singer in the country.’ As a duo with Paul Downes they have been described as ‘oozes skill and professionalism’ (Folk North West); ‘the singing, as we have come to expect from Mick Ryan, utterly superb’ (Shreds and Patches). Together, Paul and Mick provide singing, music and entertainment of the very highest quality.
Tickets £10.50 Doors: 19.00 Please bring your own refreshments. Tea and coffee available.
Saturday 28th April Table Top sale Devoran Village Hall 2pm
To book a stall or for more informationcontact Sandra on 01872 864440