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Start: 19:30

100 Club Prize Draw last Sunday of the month for 10 months.

Prizes are £25 or a pair of cinema tickets every month.

The winning numbers will be published on this website.

The first draw for the new 100 club was on Sunday 28th April. ACL committee members have been out and about but if we have missed you and you would like to join the club again this year please contact Nikki, Russell or Nigel. Alternatively, you can email Gail on secretary@angarrack.info. Thank you for your support.
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Start: 10:00

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.

05 / 31
Start: 07:40
End: 17:00

Road Closure – Roseworthy

27 March to 5 April 2019

Due to resurfacing works the road through Roseworthy will be closed between 0730 and 1700 on Mondays to Fridays from 27 March to 5 April. During the closure hours First Kernow services T1 and T2 will operate diversions. Customer notice for Roseworthy and Commercial Road closures.

Start: 16:25
CANCELLED

The mobile library stops at Angarrack this Friday - at the Angarrack Inn car park

It's free to join the Mobile Library
There is a lift for easier access. 

Well worth a visit!

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06 / 2
Start: 15:00

The Duck Races are coming!!

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06 / 5
Start: 19:00
End: 21:00

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...

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06 / 13
Start: 10:00
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.)

06 / 14
Start: 18:30

Event Details

Date:
14th June 2019
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Event type:
Our Supporters' Events
Fees and sponsorship requirements:
£5
Contact details:
Sharon Clifton 07506 363305
Location:
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06 / 20
Start: 19:30
Thursday 20th June, we'll present our only foreign-language film of the summer, the extraordinary social-realist drama CAPERNAUM, in which a streetwise 12-year-old boy in Beirut takes his negligent parents to court (in Arabic, with English subtitles).

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Start: 12:00

St Michael’s Hospital is holding a summer fete in the grounds of the hospital on Saturday 22nd June 12 from noon.

The Friends of St Michael's Hospital are assisting in the coordination of the forthcoming hospital fete and are keen to ensure that it is high profile and is a well supported event.

The proceeds of the fete will be used to improve facilities for patients, visitor and staff at the hospital and their will be an opportunity to hear about the current and future developments on site.

The organisation of the event has a number of partners including the Royal British Legion who are celebrating Armed Forces day and will be setting up a Veterans Village on site.

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