The latest news from the Centre of Pendeen
NEWS Thank you to everyone involved with the Exhibition. It was fabulous and there were so many people inspired by what they’d seen during their visit. Many thanks go to Delia and Paul Webb who had the concept and arranged everything so that we could learn more about what ends up on the beaches in Cornwall.
Thanks also to the team of volunteers who ran the refreshments during the week. The cakes were wonderful.
Thank you everyone who bought a raffle ticket on your way out – the draw is Saturday 16th December at the close of the last Farmers Market before Christmas.
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October is looking a busy month…
The display used by Marna Blundy from Dementia Friends is on display at the Centre.
Pendeen Walks for Health Party…We’ve enjoyed 12 walks now and it’s time to gather and reflect on what to do next. Donations of cake is appreciated. Photographs of the group and the paths we’ve walked, are on display at the Centre.
We had our first Pamper Evening in October, thanks to Darling Angels . Hannah has agreed to return, to do another Pamper evening for us, before Christmas. Book early to avoid disappointment or if you would like a 30 minutes appointment. Tel 786776 leave a message for Mary or contact Hannah directly.
25th October Introduction Day for Who Dares Works. The main course of sessions for this begins in November.
26th October, during Half Term, we’re going to hold a Hallowe’en Film Night. Fancy dress and a film suitable for fans of Hallowe’en, Tim Burton films and things that go bump in the night. FRANKENWEENIE Click on the link to see the preview!! Doors open at 4.00pm for 4.30pm start. Come in fancy dress. Children/adults. £5 per adult. sweets/drinks available for kids. BYO or have a cuppa tea.
2nd November 8.00pm-9.30pm BINGO! Doors open 7.30pm Eyes down 8.00pm. Tea and biscuits included. £2.00 per book of tickets. Donations of prizes welcome.
3rd November 10am-1pm Health & Wellbeing Fayre… we have been helping to organise this event. A similar event proved very successful at Pengarth Day Centre recently. This is a gathering together of many agencies, charities and providers from the local area and you are invited to come along for a chat with them and enjoy a free cup of tea and piece of cake.
4th November 10am-1pm During Farmers Market. Poppies from the Royal British Legion at the Centre.
What’s Ongoing? There is an opportunity to become more involved with the running of the Centre. We are staffed by volunteers and governed by a Committee, also volunteers.
If you have a few hours which you can spare… we need you! We often need folk to serve refreshments and to help with setting things up.