A Taste of Vintage with Tamara Jones and her collection of vintage china. You will be served coffee/tea and cake on arrival.
Choose between a 4.5 or 7.5 mile walk around Prussia Cove and Cudden Point, following minor roads, footpaths and coastal paths. Duration usually 2 to 3 hours. Walkers must set off before 12 noon for the 7.5 mile walk & before 1pm for the 4.5 mile walk.
You can raise sponsorship money to donate to the cause(s) of your choice – 25% of the amount raised will be donated to Penzance Rotary for their chosen charities Cornwall Hospice Care and Cornwall Air Ambulance.
To take part this year and enjoy a great day out raising funds for your chosen cause, register now to receive your Sponsor Forms.
Flower arranging demonstration with Lyn Williams. By kind donation of Trevor Richards a glass of wine and nibbles will be provided for £5 entry. There will also be a raffle.
Tickets available from Old Quay House 01736 753445, Margaret Weirs 01736 755335, Hayle Fundraising Office 01736 755770 and the Big Pink Tree, Hayle 01736 757006.
Come and join in the Great Western Dog Walk from Marazion to Penzance and celebrate dogs being allowed back on Cornwall’s beaches after the summer season ban and help raise funds for Cornwall Hospice Care.
From 10am, take part in the Fun Dog Show on the beach before the walk, with some great prizes available. Walk starts at 11.45am and every dog taking part will receive a Doggy Goody Bag.
Register today by downloading the registration form here or register on the day from 9am at the Godolphin Hotel in the downstairs bar.
To take part in the Great Western Dog Walk you must agree to the terms and conditions of entry which you can see here
A James Bond themed evening with live music by Cornish Roots playing the classic James Bond themes, followed by a disco. You will be offered a Vodka martini and canapés on arrival and casino tables will be there for your entertainment. Formal wear is preferable but not essential.
A ladies day at the Cornwall Hotel: £30 includes coffee on arrival, a two course lunch and two sessions with visiting speakers; Cat Allison “a floristy demonstration with a difference” and Ian Morris “a talk of the Auctioneer & Valuer’s ‘Flog it’. This event is hosted by our St Austell Fundraising Group.