Events Calendar

Join one of our local events, sign up for a challenge or attend an event being organised in support of Cornwall Hospice Care. We’re sure you’ll find something that suits you.

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All Upcoming Events
Apr 6 Sat
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Trenarth Garden

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Trenarth Garden

One of the great summer pleasures is to go and visit wonderful gardens. The Cornwall Hospice Care Open Gardens Programme offers you the chance to see some gardens that are not often open to the public and their owners work very hard to prepare them for us, specifically to raise money towards our care.

About this garden

By appointment only. Please contact Lucie on above contact details to book. Please mention Cornwall Hospice Care when booking.

A 4 acre garden surrounding a 17th century farmhouse, fields and woodland running down to Trenarth Bridge on the Helford river. A varied and quirky garden with year-round interest. Listed garden walls, courtyards, plenty of activities for children, orchard and vegetable garden. Wildlife friendly and tours available for small groups. www.trenarthgardens.com

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

Downloads
Open Gardens Guide 2019

Download the 2019 for the Open Gardens Programme.

Frequently Asked Questions

What facilities are there available?

Refreshments available, toilets and parking are provided. Plants will be available to purchase.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes please feel bring your canine companions along!

Directions by car

Sat Nav: TR11 5JN
From Truro, follow signs for Falmouth and Helston, then Constantine. At High Cross garage, turn left to Mawnan and after 30 yards turn right down dead end lane. Trenarth is 0.5 miles along the lane at the end.

12:00 AM
Trenarth, Constantine
Admission: £5
Children: Free
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Jun 28 Fri
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Coffee Morning

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Coffee Morning

Truro Fundraising Group invite you to a coffee morning with various stalls and a raffle. By kind permission of Nick & Anne Barwell.

10:00 AM
Feock
£5
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Jun 29 Sat
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St Agnes Historic Village Walk

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St Agnes Historic Village Walk

Historic walk with Roger Radcliffe around the village of St Agnes. Cream teas available in Church Hall afterwards, or if you’re not walking come along and enjoy a cream tea and watch the rolling film of the walks historic features. There are two lengths of  the walk. £3.00 with cream tea or cream tea on it’s own £2.50. 2pm start at Methodist Church.

2:00 PM
Truro
£3
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Jun 29 Sat
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Barn Dance with Ransom Crawlers Ceilidh Band

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Barn Dance with Ransom Crawlers Ceilidh Band

The Ransome Crawlers Ceilidh Band invite you to a fabulous evening of barn dancing. All are welcome and no previous experience required! All donations to Cornwall Hospice Care.

8:00 PM
Falmouth
By Donation
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Jun 30 Sun
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Brackenwoods Garden

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Brackenwoods Garden

One of the great summer  pleasures is to go and visit wonderful gardens. The Cornwall Hospice Care Open Gardens Programme offers you the chance to see some gardens that are not often open to the public and their owners work very hard to prepare them for us, specifically to raise money towards our care.

About this garden

After a walk through the woods you enter the quiet oasis of a woodland garden, where there are areas of spring flowering shrubs and bulbs and different areas of hardy perennials, trees and bushes. Among the features there is an orchard with Cornish heritage apple trees, a wildlife pond, remembrance garden and mezzanine areas.

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

Downloads
Open Gardens Guide 2019

Download the 2019 for the Open Gardens Programme.

Frequently Asked Questions

What facilities are there available?

Refreshments available, wheelchair access, toilets and parking are all provided.

Are dogs allowed?

We are sorry, no dogs are permitted in this garden.

Directions by car

Sat Nav: TR4 9HD

From the West: From Chiverton Cross, onto the Zelah bypass, them immediately take slip road to Zelah. From the East: From Carland Cross, take road to Zelah, go through the village and climb hill and cross the junction.


11:00 AM
Truro
Admission: £5
Children under 16: Free
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Jul 5 Fri
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Quiz Night and Raffle Event

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Quiz Night and Raffle Event

This Quiz Night and Raffle is hosted by Lisa and Angela, two intrepid trekkers, fundraising to trek the Great Wall of China in September 2020.

7:30PM start, tickets are just £2 per person for entry to the quiz. Teams are a maximum of 4 people and there is a cash prize for the winning team.

Additionally there will be a raffle of the night.

Tickets available in advance from Lisa Cooke on 07882 379 080.

Lisa is trekking to support Cornwall Hospice Care and Angela, Children’s Hospice South West.

7:30 PM
St Austell
Tickets £2.00 per person - Max 4 people per team.
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Jul 6 Sat
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Helland Barton Open Garden

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Helland Barton Open Garden

One of the great summer pleasures is to go and visit wonderful gardens. The Cornwall Hospice Care Open Gardens Programme offers you the chance to see some gardens that are not often open to the public and their owners work very hard to prepare them for us, specifically to raise money towards our care.

About this garden

Helland Barton House is an old farmhouse set in partially walled grounds with a variety of landscapes; Traditional orchard and extensive vegetable plot, spectacular courtyard garden, traditional herbaceous and woodland area. The focal point is a herring bone walled natural pool.

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

Downloads
Open Gardens Guide 2019

Download the 2019 for the Open Gardens Programme.

Frequently Asked Questions

What facilities are there available?

Refreshments available and parking provided.

Are dogs allowed?

Sorry, no dogs please.

2:00 PM
Delabole
Adults: £5 Under 16s: Free
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Jul 6 Sat
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The Bastions - Charity Gig

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The Bastions - Charity Gig

The Bastions Charity Gig featuring John Morgon. A licensed bar will be available

7:30 PM
Newquay
Entry by donation
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Jul 7 Sun
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Tanglewood Wild Garden

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Tanglewood Wild Garden

One of the great summer pleasures is to go and visit wonderful gardens. The Cornwall Hospice Care Open Gardens Programme offers you the chance to see some gardens that are not often open to the public and their owners work very hard to prepare them for us, specifically to raise money towards our care.

About this garden

9 acres of woodland and ponds, kept as natural and wild as possible with sympathetic planting of native trees and plants mixed with a few exotic varieties, encouraging butterflies and bees.

www.tanglewoodmaycontainnuts.co.uk

Why support Cornwall Hospice Care?

Every year it costs over £5 million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients. Only 20% of this is funded through a contribution from Cornwall’s NHS Commissioners, in simple terms, the NHS contribution pays for 71 days of care each year. In a calendar year that’s only enough to get us to the 12th March. We rely on the generosity of people like you in Cornwall who leave us legacies, support fundraising events, play our lottery and visit our 32 shops.

Downloads
Open Gardens Guide 2019

Download the 2019 for the Open Gardens Programme.

Frequently Asked Questions

What facilities are there available?

Campfire hot drinks available, toilets and parking are provided.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes please feel bring your canine companions along!

Directions by car

Sat Nav: TR20 8PL

A3071 from Penzance to St Just. Go through village of Newbridge and turn left to Sancreed and the house is 500m on your left.


11:00 AM
Penzance
Admission: £5
Children 5+: £2
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Jul 13 Sat
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Afternoon Tea

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Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea with sandwiches and sweet cakes. Ticket only pre booked

1:00 PM
St Austell
£12.00
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Jul 26 Fri
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Machu Picchu Trek

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Machu Picchu Trek

A once in a lifetime experience awaits with this ever popular trek along the Inca trail, leading you to the famous archaeological and World Heritage Site

26/07/2019 - 04/08/2019
Option A - Registration fee £300 + Minimum sponsorship £3,650
Option B - Registration fee £300 + Self Funding £2,565*
Moderate / Hard - Training required
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Jul 27 Sat
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Craft Fair

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Craft Fair

Craft Fair with a chance to buy something handmade locally. Stalls are £10 per table pre booked. Please email bev6536@yahoo.co.uk

10:00 AM
St Austell
Stalls £10 per table
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Frequently Asked Questions

What support is available to help me reach my target?

The fundraising team is on hand to help you achieve your target and to make sure your event is as enjoyable as possible for you. We want you to be as successful as possible so you can fund as much care as possible, and we have lots of ideas and hints and tips to help you spread your target and break it down in to small manageable bit sized chunks.

What I want to do isn’t listed here, can I still do it?

Yes of course you can.  We’ll even support you with anything you need just the same as if you took one of our charity places.