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Friends of the Towans – Butterfly Management

Jun 13 , 2019 - Thu - 10:00 am
That’s code for ‘raking bramble cuttings from some of the slopes’. It’ll be hot work if it’s sunny, so we’ll go gently and hopefully treat ourselves to some lovely views of silver-studded blues in their peak flying season. Meet in National Trust (NT) car park at Godrevy (the one with the main cafe) at 10.00am on Thursday 13 June 2019. Fee payable for non-NT members.

Ranger Martin Rule will bring tools, gloves, tea, coffee and biscuits, but please make sure you bring some lunch and appropriate clothing and footwear suitable for working in the exposed Towans’ environment.

(All Friends of the Towans events start at 10.00am and run until about 2.00pm.)  read more »

Friends of the Towans – Botany Walk

May 30 , 2019 - Thu - 10:00 am

Colin carried out a survey of Godrevy Warren last year and will share some of his vast knowledge of the area’s plants with us. We may well head up around the headland as well. Meet in National Trust (NT) car park at Godrevy (the one with the main cafe) at 10.00am on Thursday 30 May 2019. Fee payable for non-NT members. Likely to finish 3.00pm or later.

Ranger Martin Rule will bring tools, gloves, tea, coffee and biscuits, but please make sure you bring some lunch and appropriate clothing and footwear suitable for working in the exposed Towans’ environment.  read more »

Day 3 | Saturday | Harbour Fest Hayle 2019

Jul 27 , 2019 - Sat - 12:00 pm

This year’s Hayle Fest is due to take place on 25, 26 and 27 July 2019.

SATURDAY

FRI / SAT  TICKETS:  £10 PER DAY 

GOOD OLD FASHION
LOVER BOYS

ELVIS

3 MIN WARNING  read more »

190415 | Roadworks | Carwinard Close 18 Apr 11:46 - 24 Apr | Delays unlikely | BT

Apr 18 , 2019 - Thu - 11:46 am
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Apr 24, 2019 - Wed - 5:00 pm

Roadworks, delays unlikely

18 Apr 11:46 - 24 Apr

Carwinard Close, Angarrack, Cornwall...  read more »

2019 Carnivals Ocean Court | Hayle Carnival

May 17 , 2019 - Fri - 6:00 pm

Hayle Carnival is running its Carnival Court on 17 May 2019 at 6pm.

For further details see Hayle Carnival’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/haylecarnival/ .

Fun Dog Show and Stalls | NAWT

May 19 , 2019 - Sun - 12:00 pm

NAWT are holding a Fun Dog Show, with rosettes 1st - 5th place, goodie bags for 1st place winners and trophies for Reserve and Best in Show and Best Rescue, at Hayle Recreation Ground.

There'll also be food and refreshments available along with stalls selling a variety of items!

https://www.nawt.org.uk/events/fun-dog-show-and-stalls-0

Day 1 | Thursday | Harbour Fest Hayle 2019

Jul 25 , 2019 - Thu - 12:00 pm

This year’s Hayle Fest is due to take place on 25, 26 and 27 July 2019.

Thursday

LAUNCH NIGHT SPECIAL £5 

REGGAE/SKA NIGHT

MIGHTY

OFF BEATS

REGGAE DJ

THE ELLIMINATORS

SPECIAL GUESTS  read more »

Day 2 | Friday | Harbour Fest Hayle 2019

Jul 26 , 2019 - Fri - 12:00 pm

This year’s Hayle Fest is due to take place on 25 and 26 July 2019.

Further information and contact details to be confirmed.  read more »

"Prehistoric Industry Of Hayle & Surroundings- Recent Excavations At Trevassack Hill" James Gossip | Hayle Old Cornwall Society

Jun 5 , 2019 - Wed - 7:00 pm

Join us on the 5th of June for a talk on Hayle’s prehistoric industry, discussing the recent excavations at Trevassack Hill. This event forms part of our Summer talks programme.

This event will take place from 7pm-9pm, and entry is £4. Places are limited so please book by calling the Hayle Heritage Centre on 01736 757683 or email daisy@harveysfoundrytrust.org.uk

 

More information https://www.hayleheritagecentre.org.uk/event/the-prehistoric-industry-of...

"Reading The Cunaide Stone: 3D Technologies In Archaeology" by Tom Goskar | Hayle Old Cornwall Society

Jul 3 , 2019 - Wed - 7:00 pm

Come along to the Hayle Heritage Centre on the 3rd of July at 7pm for a talk on the 3D scanning of the Cunaide Stone. The stone forms part of the Hayle Heritage Centre’s new exhibition on the early history of Hayle, from the Paleolithic Era to the 5th Century. The mysterious stone is Cornwall’s oldest identified burial stone, so this talk promises to be fascinating.

This event forms part of out Summer talks programme.

The talk runs from 7pm-9pm and entry is £4. Booking is essential as places are limited, so please call the Heritage Centre on 01736 757683 or email daisy@harveysfoundrytrust.org.uk

 

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