What went on in 2016

Photos are on their way.

We did such a lot during 2016. A high point was a visit from Cornish funny man Kernow King when he brought his dramatic tale of ‘Trevithick’ to life at the Centre.

Crafts at the Farmers Market. A small number of local crafts people brought a new feature to the regular meat and produce events from September until Christmas.

Recycling events were very successful with Bling and Buy and This & That both doing well to raise much needed funds for the Centre.

There were expensive door repairs as well as the replastering to pay for during the early part of the year.

Centre Calendars were produced again, by Liz Holt. These are currently on sale at £5.00 each. Limited stock.DSCN2487Book sales… thanks to many people who regularly use the centres book collection. They are sold from 50p and have included an eclectic range of titles, including some brand new copies. Also children books.

We accommodated the Admin team from Mammoth Screen during the filming locally of the next series of Poldark.