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Photos of Steam Train Angarrack viaduct 5 May?

According to Railtour Info 2012 The Railway Touring Company organised The Royal Duchy Saturday 5th May 2012 Penzance    Westbury    Steam 34046+34067 - anyone have any more information?  

 

Or better yet any pictures?

FLOWER ARRANGING

TWO SESSIONS: THURSDAY 10 MAY AND THURSDAY 17 MAY 2012 AT ANGARRACK COMMUNITY CENTRE 1.30 PM TO 4.00 PM - £3.50 PER SESSION

 

THE FIRST SESSION WILL BE AN INFORMAL DEMONSTRATION COVERING INEXPENSIVE IDEAS FOR FLOWER ARRANGING IN THE HOME.

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Christmas Flower arranging

The two afternoons (FLOWER ARRANGING - Christmas Workshop | Thu 24 Nov and FLOWER ARRANGING - Christmas Workshop | Thu 1 Dec) were very well attended and everyone enjoyed themselves. 

Some wonderful work was produced at the workshop - one lady doing her very first Christmas table arrangement! 

I attach some photos of their handiwork  read more »

FLOWER ARRANGING FOR CHRISTMAS

TWO SESSIONS: THURSDAY 24 NOVEMBER AND THURSDAY 1 DECEMBER 2011 AT ANGARRACK COMMUNITY CENTRE 1.30 PM TO 4.00 PM - £3.50 PER SESSION

 

THE FIRST SESSION WILL BE AN INFORMAL DEMONSTRATION COVERING INEXPENSIVE IDEAS FOR FLOWER ARRANGING IN THE HOME AT CHRISTMAS TIME.

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Saturday 30 April 2011 | Steam Train to cross Angarrack viaduct?

Apparently there's going to be a Steam Heritage tour at the end of April 2011.

It would be great if one of the photographers in the village could capture the train crossing the viaduct.

I think the schedule is going west on Saturday 30th April at about 11:30am and returning east about an hour and a quarter later.  read more »

Saturday 23 April 2011 | Steam Train crossed Angarrack viaduct?

Did anyone see - or better yet get a picture of the Steam Trains which crossed the viaduct on Saturday 23rd April 2011? I think it was:
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Farewell to Angarrack

Alan and Sam would like to thank all our friends in Angarrack for a great 12 months. We are sorry to be leaving such a welcoming community and if it were not for such a once in a lifetime opertunity in Wales would have stayed a long time.

Thank you all for the gifts and wishes and we wish all at Angarrack a sad farewell.

 

Nine hours of talks but no verdict

After the Strategic Planning committee's mammoth meeting to discuss the Hayle Supermarket options (see Nine hours of talks but no verdict | thisisccornwall.co.uk) things are not much clearer, though two things do seem clear -  read more »

Hayle is home to war of the supermarkets, while mayor believes none should succeed

Hayle is certainly poised on the brink of a huge decision which will affect the town for the next 50 plus years.The GVA Grimley report states both that a supermarket will lead to a 30% loss in trade and that one is desirable to prevent retail leakage. Can both sides of this circle be squared? Have the implications of a 6'/1.85m landfill site on South Quayin terms of building, ugliness and flood risk been truly appreciated?  read more »

Fantastic Samba at the Switch On

A great turnout for the Switch On night and the weather kindly gave us a quick thaw which made the final push by the Elves and the Switch On much better. Bob McCreadie did his usual magnificent job and the long awaited Twelve Drummers Drumming made its debut as planned. There was terrific Samba beats which had the crowd moving along as well, and the Samba band then escorted Santa to his keen audience.  read more »

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