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Godrevy Team Ministry
May 2017

Monday 1st May 2017 09:30St Erth Parent & Toddler GroupPARENT & TODDLER GROUP
St Erth Parent & Toddler Group is open from 9.30am until 11am every Monday, term time only, in the Methodist hall.
This is a parent led group; children have access to a wide range of toys and every week there is a different craft theme. Sessions end with a fun sing-along. The cost is £1.50 per child and 50p for each additional child. The group is run by Pene; telephone 07523 493373 for further information.
Tuesday 2nd May 2017 10:00St Erth Methodist Tea & Toast'Tea and Toast' from 10.30-12 noon in the Chapel Hall with company, conversation and craft, a great place to relax and unwind.
14:00St Erth Friendship ClubThe Club meets every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm in the St Erth Old School Room; it only charges £1.50, which includes tea and biscuits. For more information contact Nora Hitchens on 01736 757308.
See the Cornishman Down Your Way section for the current programme.
19:30St Erth Concert BandRehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at the Methodist church hall from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. New members are always welcome. For further information about joining the band pleased contact our Bandmaster, Lester Knight, on 01209 890026. If you would like to book the band please contact Eirian on 01209 718477 or via our website at www.sterthconcertband.co.uk. For other enquiries ring Sylvia, the band secretary, on 01736 752605.
Wednesday 3rd May 2017 13:30 ST ERTH GARDENING CLUB OUTING ST ERTH GARDENING CLUB
On Wednesday, May 10, the Gardening Club has arranged an afternoon visit to The Meudon Hotel. Mawnan Smith, which has 9 acres of tropical gardens leading down to a private cove. A cream tea will be included. Contact Grace Baker on 01736 360336 for further information.
Thursday 4th May 2017 Local Elections Voting 7am to 10pm
19:00Windows Into.....CourseAn introductory course looking at fundamental questions of life. This time, the Lord's Prayer. £5 for the whole course. Further information from the Revd Samuel Marsden (01736 756669)
Friday 5th May 2017 16:30St Erth Rainbow Youth GroupMost Friday's from 4.30-5.30pm (approx), the Rainbow Group for all 8-13 year olds meets; there will be cooking, craft and games. All leaders are CRB-checked.
Saturday 6th May 2017 10:00St Erth Farmers Market St Erth Children's CentreEvery Saturday the Farmers Market is in the chapel hall from 10am to 12 noon, selling fresh local vegetables, free range eggs, and such goodies as home made pasties, pies, preserves, variety bread, fresh fish, locally produced pork, sausages and bacon, cakes, hot curries, flowers, and craft, which vary from week to week. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a chat with different refreshment hosts each week from the local organisations, such as the St Erth Brownies.
19:00St Erth Christian Aid MealCHRISTIAN AID MEAL
The Christian aid supper is this Saturday, May 6th, 7.00 for 7.30 £10 each and of course there will be a raffle. Contrary to rumour, there won't be lamb tagine on the menu, but there will certainly be delicious food as usual! If you are planning to come, please let me know by Wednesday evening, so that we can plan how much food to prepare, and let me know if you have any special dietary requirements. As usual, bring your own drinks and a raffle prize if possible.
It also helps us if you can bring your own plate, glass and cutlery. If that's not possible, let me know and we can get some out from the hall.
Hope to see lots of you there,
Barbara

Sunday 7th May 2017 08:00St Erth Church Eucharist
09:30St Erth Church Parish Eucharist9.30 most weeks followed by Tea & Coffee at the back of the church.
First Sunday of each month the "Tiddler Fund" collection takes place.
See the Cornishman St Erth Down Your Way or the Godrevy News Letter for current events.
10:30Gwinear Feast at Wall ChapelSunday 7 May Feast 10.30am at Wall Chapel
16:00St Erth Messy ChurchMessy Church on Sunday May 7 from 4-6pm a great time of fun, games, craft, lovely grub and short worship for all the family.
Methodist Chapel St Erth
18:00Gwinear Evensong6pm Team Feast Sung Evensong. Preacher Very Revd Roger Bush, Dean of Truro Cathedral.
Monday 8th May 2017 09:30St Erth Parent & Toddler GroupPARENT & TODDLER GROUP
St Erth Parent & Toddler Group is open from 9.30am until 11am every Monday, term time only, in the Methodist hall.
This is a parent led group; children have access to a wide range of toys and every week there is a different craft theme. Sessions end with a fun sing-along. The cost is £1.50 per child and 50p for each additional child. The group is run by Pene; telephone 07523 493373 for further information.
Tuesday 9th May 2017 10:00St Erth Methodist Tea & Toast'Tea and Toast' from 10.30-12 noon in the Chapel Hall with company, conversation and craft, a great place to relax and unwind.
14:00St Erth Friendship ClubThe Club meets every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm in the St Erth Old School Room; it only charges £1.50, which includes tea and biscuits. For more information contact Nora Hitchens on 01736 757308.
See the Cornishman Down Your Way section for the current programme.
19:30St Erth Concert BandRehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at the Methodist church hall from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. New members are always welcome. For further information about joining the band pleased contact our Bandmaster, Lester Knight, on 01209 890026. If you would like to book the band please contact Eirian on 01209 718477 or via our website at www.sterthconcertband.co.uk. For other enquiries ring Sylvia, the band secretary, on 01736 752605.
Wednesday 10th May 2017 12:00Godrevy Team Lunch; West Cornwall Golf ClubWednesday 10 May 12 for 12.30pm Team Lunch at the West Cornwall Golf Club
£13 Tel Val Matthews 01736 752296.
Friday 12th May 2017 16:30St Erth Rainbow Youth GroupMost Friday's from 4.30-5.30pm (approx), the Rainbow Group for all 8-13 year olds meets; there will be cooking, craft and games. All leaders are CRB-checked.
18:30Gwinear Church Feast Supper6.30 for 7pm.
Feast Supper in the Hall for Gwinear. Salads and
home made puddings; raffle. £8 bookings essential; list in church.
Saturday 13th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
10:00St Erth Farmers Market St Erth ToddlersEvery Saturday the Farmers Market is in the chapel hall from 10am to 12 noon, selling fresh local vegetables, free range eggs, and such goodies as home made pasties, pies, preserves, variety bread, fresh fish, locally produced pork, sausages and bacon, cakes, hot curries, flowers, and craft, which vary from week to week. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a chat with different refreshment hosts each week from the local organisations, such as the St Erth Brownies.
12:15Phillack Church Christian Aid LunchPhillack will be holding a Christian Aid lunch in Phillack Church Hall at 12 15pm on Saturday 13th May. Roast beef and yorkshire pudding or vegetarian option followed by a fabulous selection of desserts and tea or coffee--all for £7 Bookings 756669
14:30St Erth Church Spring FayreThe Spring Fayre will be held on Saturday 13 May for a 2:30pm start in the Methodist Hall with bric-a-brac, tombola, handicrafts, homemade cakes and preserves, cards, good as new items, raffle, and refreshments. Plus for the first time a Children’s Competition for a Garden on an 8 inch plate. Entries to be at the hall by 3pm, results at 4pm. Open to all children from age 5 to 10.
Sunday 14th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
08:00St Erth Church Eucharist
09:30St Erth Church Parish Eucharist9.30 most weeks followed by Tea & Coffee at the back of the church.
First Sunday of each month the "Tiddler Fund" collection takes place.
See the Cornishman St Erth Down Your Way or the Godrevy News Letter for current events.
10:00Hayle Clean Up DayMeet at Day Care Centre for orientation. Then at 12.30pm party gathers at Hayle Day Care Centre. 1.30pm: afternoon parties go out
Monday 15th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
09:30St Erth Parent & Toddler GroupPARENT & TODDLER GROUP
St Erth Parent & Toddler Group is open from 9.30am until 11am every Monday, term time only, in the Methodist hall.
This is a parent led group; children have access to a wide range of toys and every week there is a different craft theme. Sessions end with a fun sing-along. The cost is £1.50 per child and 50p for each additional child. The group is run by Pene; telephone 07523 493373 for further information.
19:30St Erth Whist DriveST ERTH FEAST COMMITTEE
The next whist drive will be held at 7.30pm on Monday May 15 at the Star Inn, St Erth. All are welcome. The committee’s friends from Gwinear are holding their next whist drive at 7.30pm on Monday May 8 at Gwinear Village Hall.

Tuesday 16th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
 Wall Music Festival 16 to 20 May WALL MUSIC FESTIVAL SOCIETY
Festival Week 16th - 20th May 2017
Wall Methodist Church, Wall, Hayle TR27 5HA

Tuesday 16th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Verse & Choral Speaking - Evening Adult Vocal)

Wednesday 17th May Morning from 9.45am
Afternoon from 1.15pm - Evening from 6pm
(Morning Junior Vocal & School Choirs
Afternoon School Choirs & Junior Instrumental - Evening Woodwind)

Thursday 18th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Junior Speaking & Brass - Evening Adult Vocal & Choirs)

Friday 19th May Evening from 6pm (Piano, Strings, Composition, Ensemble)

Saturday 20th May Morning from 9am - Afternoon from 2pm
(Morning Woodwind - Afternoon Brass)
Evening Grand Concert 7.30pm Outstanding Performers of this year’s Festival

Festival Secretary Mrs Valerie Pryor 01209 612110 - valpryor@talktalk.net
10:00St Erth Methodist Tea & Toast'Tea and Toast' from 10.30-12 noon in the Chapel Hall with company, conversation and craft, a great place to relax and unwind.
14:00St Erth Friendship ClubThe Club meets every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm in the St Erth Old School Room; it only charges £1.50, which includes tea and biscuits. For more information contact Nora Hitchens on 01736 757308.
See the Cornishman Down Your Way section for the current programme.
19:00ST ERTH PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGLocal elections take place on Thursday May 4 and there are vacancies for St Erth Parish Councillors.
Please contact the Parish Clerk, see details below if you would like to be a councillor and serve your local community.
The next meeting of St Erth Parish Council will be on Tuesday, May 16, at the Vestry Rooms, 25 Fore Street, St Erth, with the Annual Parish Meeting commencing at 7pm and immediately followed by the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council. The agenda will be posted as usual on the notice board outside the Star. Any questions or comments may be addressed to the parish clerk, Peter Rylett, at 25 Fore Street, 01736 757575, e-mail: clerk@sterth-pc.gov.uk.
Wednesday 17th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
 Wall Music Festival 16 to 20 May WALL MUSIC FESTIVAL SOCIETY
Festival Week 16th - 20th May 2017
Wall Methodist Church, Wall, Hayle TR27 5HA

Tuesday 16th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Verse & Choral Speaking - Evening Adult Vocal)

Wednesday 17th May Morning from 9.45am
Afternoon from 1.15pm - Evening from 6pm
(Morning Junior Vocal & School Choirs
Afternoon School Choirs & Junior Instrumental - Evening Woodwind)

Thursday 18th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Junior Speaking & Brass - Evening Adult Vocal & Choirs)

Friday 19th May Evening from 6pm (Piano, Strings, Composition, Ensemble)

Saturday 20th May Morning from 9am - Afternoon from 2pm
(Morning Woodwind - Afternoon Brass)
Evening Grand Concert 7.30pm Outstanding Performers of this year’s Festival

Festival Secretary Mrs Valerie Pryor 01209 612110 - valpryor@talktalk.net
Thursday 18th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
 Wall Music Festival 16 to 20 May WALL MUSIC FESTIVAL SOCIETY
Festival Week 16th - 20th May 2017
Wall Methodist Church, Wall, Hayle TR27 5HA

Tuesday 16th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Verse & Choral Speaking - Evening Adult Vocal)

Wednesday 17th May Morning from 9.45am
Afternoon from 1.15pm - Evening from 6pm
(Morning Junior Vocal & School Choirs
Afternoon School Choirs & Junior Instrumental - Evening Woodwind)

Thursday 18th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Junior Speaking & Brass - Evening Adult Vocal & Choirs)

Friday 19th May Evening from 6pm (Piano, Strings, Composition, Ensemble)

Saturday 20th May Morning from 9am - Afternoon from 2pm
(Morning Woodwind - Afternoon Brass)
Evening Grand Concert 7.30pm Outstanding Performers of this year’s Festival

Festival Secretary Mrs Valerie Pryor 01209 612110 - valpryor@talktalk.net
Friday 19th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
 Wall Music Festival 16 to 20 May WALL MUSIC FESTIVAL SOCIETY
Festival Week 16th - 20th May 2017
Wall Methodist Church, Wall, Hayle TR27 5HA

Tuesday 16th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Verse & Choral Speaking - Evening Adult Vocal)

Wednesday 17th May Morning from 9.45am
Afternoon from 1.15pm - Evening from 6pm
(Morning Junior Vocal & School Choirs
Afternoon School Choirs & Junior Instrumental - Evening Woodwind)

Thursday 18th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Junior Speaking & Brass - Evening Adult Vocal & Choirs)

Friday 19th May Evening from 6pm (Piano, Strings, Composition, Ensemble)

Saturday 20th May Morning from 9am - Afternoon from 2pm
(Morning Woodwind - Afternoon Brass)
Evening Grand Concert 7.30pm Outstanding Performers of this year’s Festival

Festival Secretary Mrs Valerie Pryor 01209 612110 - valpryor@talktalk.net
16:30St Erth Rainbow Youth GroupMost Friday's from 4.30-5.30pm (approx), the Rainbow Group for all 8-13 year olds meets; there will be cooking, craft and games. All leaders are CRB-checked.
Saturday 20th May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017 St Ives Literary Festival 13 to 20 May 2017
st.iveslitfest.info/events

What’s it all about?
Internationally famous for its artistic connections, St Ives hosts a full programme of literary events featuring writers and poets who descend on the town to share their love of words with locals and visitors alike.
What happens?
Eight days of literature in St Ives featuring book launches, poetry readings, workshops and open air events including poetry and prose readings, live music, comedy acts, creative writing workshops.
How can you take part?
With events taking place in venues close to the town centre, you can listen to poetry and music in Norway Square for free every day and for nominal admission fees listen to some of the UK’s established and upcoming authors and poets reading extracts form their work. There are also drop in workshops where you can learn more about how kick-start your own writing ambitions.
Did you know?
Virginia Woolf spent her childhood holidays in St Ives in the late 1800s. Godrevy Lighthouse across the bay is said to be the inspiration for her famous novel, To the Lighthouse published in 1927.
 Wall Music Festival 16 to 20 May WALL MUSIC FESTIVAL SOCIETY
Festival Week 16th - 20th May 2017
Wall Methodist Church, Wall, Hayle TR27 5HA

Tuesday 16th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Verse & Choral Speaking - Evening Adult Vocal)

Wednesday 17th May Morning from 9.45am
Afternoon from 1.15pm - Evening from 6pm
(Morning Junior Vocal & School Choirs
Afternoon School Choirs & Junior Instrumental - Evening Woodwind)

Thursday 18th May Afternoon from 1.30pm - Evening from 6pm
(Afternoon Junior Speaking & Brass - Evening Adult Vocal & Choirs)

Friday 19th May Evening from 6pm (Piano, Strings, Composition, Ensemble)

Saturday 20th May Morning from 9am - Afternoon from 2pm
(Morning Woodwind - Afternoon Brass)
Evening Grand Concert 7.30pm Outstanding Performers of this year’s Festival

Festival Secretary Mrs Valerie Pryor 01209 612110 - valpryor@talktalk.net
10:00St Erth Farmers Market Christian AidEvery Saturday the Farmers Market is in the chapel hall from 10am to 12 noon, selling fresh local vegetables, free range eggs, and such goodies as home made pasties, pies, preserves, variety bread, fresh fish, locally produced pork, sausages and bacon, cakes, hot curries, flowers, and craft, which vary from week to week. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a chat with different refreshment hosts each week from the local organisations, such as the St Erth Brownies.
Sunday 21st May 2017 08:00St Erth Church Eucharist
09:30St Erth Church Parish Eucharist9.30 most weeks followed by Tea & Coffee at the back of the church.
First Sunday of each month the "Tiddler Fund" collection takes place.
See the Cornishman St Erth Down Your Way or the Godrevy News Letter for current events.
Monday 22nd May 2017 09:30St Erth Parent & Toddler GroupPARENT & TODDLER GROUP
St Erth Parent & Toddler Group is open from 9.30am until 11am every Monday, term time only, in the Methodist hall.
This is a parent led group; children have access to a wide range of toys and every week there is a different craft theme. Sessions end with a fun sing-along. The cost is £1.50 per child and 50p for each additional child. The group is run by Pene; telephone 07523 493373 for further information.
Tuesday 23rd May 2017 10:00St Erth Methodist Tea & Toast'Tea and Toast' from 10.30-12 noon in the Chapel Hall with company, conversation and craft, a great place to relax and unwind.
14:00St Erth Friendship ClubThe Club meets every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm in the St Erth Old School Room; it only charges £1.50, which includes tea and biscuits. For more information contact Nora Hitchens on 01736 757308.
See the Cornishman Down Your Way section for the current programme.
Thursday 25th May 2017 19:00Phillack Ascension ServiceAscension Day 25 May 7.00pm Service at Phillack Church
Friday 26th May 2017 16:30St Erth Rainbow Youth GroupMost Friday's from 4.30-5.30pm (approx), the Rainbow Group for all 8-13 year olds meets; there will be cooking, craft and games. All leaders are CRB-checked.
Saturday 27th May 2017 10:00St Erth Farmers Market Children's HospiceEvery Saturday the Farmers Market is in the chapel hall from 10am to 12 noon, selling fresh local vegetables, free range eggs, and such goodies as home made pasties, pies, preserves, variety bread, fresh fish, locally produced pork, sausages and bacon, cakes, hot curries, flowers, and craft, which vary from week to week. Enjoy a cup of coffee and a chat with different refreshment hosts each week from the local organisations, such as the St Erth Brownies.
10:00PHILLACK SPRING FAYREPHILLACK SPRING FAYRE
Saturday 27 May 10.00 to 12.30pm at Phillack Church Hall’
Bric-a-brac, tombola, new & nearly new, cakes, craft, plants and raffle.
14:00St Erth Methodist Cross Country RunST ERTH FUN RUN:
There will be a Cross Country Fun Run this Saturday May 27 starting at the Well Field with a warm up at 2pm. There are 2 short courses and Entry Forms are available from the Post Office or the Chapel. Following the run there will be a barbecue organised by the Feast Committee. Come and join in if you can't run walkers also welcome, enjoy a fun afternoon.
Sunday 28th May 2017 St Erth Methodist 190th Anniversary St Erh Methodist Chapel:
Our 190th Anniversary will be on Sunday28 May with morning service at 11am, and Anniversary tea at 5pm followed by the evening service at 6pm.
08:00St Erth Church Eucharist
09:30St Erth Church Parish Eucharist9.30 most weeks followed by Tea & Coffee at the back of the church.
First Sunday of each month the "Tiddler Fund" collection takes place.
See the Cornishman St Erth Down Your Way or the Godrevy News Letter for current events.
Monday 29th May 2017 Bank Holiday
09:30St Erth Parent & Toddler GroupPARENT & TODDLER GROUP
St Erth Parent & Toddler Group is open from 9.30am until 11am every Monday, term time only, in the Methodist hall.
This is a parent led group; children have access to a wide range of toys and every week there is a different craft theme. Sessions end with a fun sing-along. The cost is £1.50 per child and 50p for each additional child. The group is run by Pene; telephone 07523 493373 for further information.
Tuesday 30th May 2017 10:00St Erth Methodist Tea & Toast'Tea and Toast' from 10.30-12 noon in the Chapel Hall with company, conversation and craft, a great place to relax and unwind.
14:00St Erth Friendship ClubThe Club meets every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm in the St Erth Old School Room; it only charges £1.50, which includes tea and biscuits. For more information contact Nora Hitchens on 01736 757308.
See the Cornishman Down Your Way section for the current programme.