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Hayle Down Your Way January 21 2016

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Column for January 21 2016

 

 

HAYLE FLOWER CLUB MEET:

Hayle flower club will hold its next meeting on Wednesday January 27 at Hayle Day care centre at 7.30pm. Come along and make new friends - visitors £3.

COFFEE MORNING:

Hayle Salvation Army are holding a coffee morning at Cross Street on Thursday January 28 between 10am and 12 noon. Come along and share great fellowship.

HAYLE FILM CLUB:

The next film, Amy, is being shown on Thursday January 28 at 7.30pm

Continuing a musical theme for January, HFC is showing Amy, Asif Kapadia's Oscar-nominated documentary of the life of Amy Winehouse. Everyone remembers the chaotic stick-thin addict of later years, or the the beehived and tattooed diva, but this film goes back to the unaffected, fresh-faced, and extraordinarily talented teenager steeped in jazz classics, and takes us from that to her tragically early death. As in his previous work, Senna, Kapadia shows us all the turns of this messy journey through contemporary footage, much of it personal and previously unseen. Some parts are funny and charming, others undeniably painful, making this a film that is hard to watch at times, but harder not to, and praised by critics and audiences equally. (128 min, rated 15.)

As ever, at the Passmore Edwards Institute, house lights down at 7.30pm. Tickets at £5/£4 for members, reserve on 01736 752319, or book online at www.haylefilmclub.org.uk

COACHING CAFE EVENT:

On Thursday January 28 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm in the Lamb & Flag snug at Canonstown, the new venue from January, this is an empowering personal development discussion group with a life coaching twist!  Hosted by Stacey Halfyard, an accredited professional life coach, trainer and facilitator. It's just £5 to attend, which includes a complimentary coffee/tea/juice/wine: Snacks and meals will be available too.  January's discussion is ‘New Year, New You'. Discover how to make new year resolutions more successful and more lasting in a friendly, informal setting with tips and handouts. Stacey will be available afterwards to arrange a complimentary thirty minute coaching session by telephone or Skype. Please RSVP to book a place. Contact Stacey at stacey@incrediblechanges.co.uk; or phone 07985 959510.

MUSICAL EVENING:

Hayle Friends of Cornwall Hospice Care Musical Evening (songs from shows) presented by members of Penzance Operatic Society on Saturday January 30 at 7:45pm at Angarrack Community Centre. All warmly welcome. Tickets are £5 including finger buffet and are available from Margaret 01736 755335 or Marion 01736 754531.

SMUGGLERS INN:

January & February specials - 2 meals for £10. Monday - Friday 12-2pm & 6-8pm. Acoustic music sessions are held every other Monday from 8pm. Come along and have a listen or even come along and join in. Next session is Monday February 1.

Book now for Valentine's. Menu is now available and will be running on Friday February 12 & Saturday February 13 (Saturday 13 includes karaoke from 9pm). Two main courses for £18 or a three course meal for two people £25. There are also steak specials available. Please call on 01736 850280.

HAYLE TWINNING ASSOCIATION:

A very happy new year to everyone. Memberships are due for renewal and this must be done before the AGM which is on Monday February 8. This year the meeting is being held at the Council Community Centre room 7 which is at the Council offices. The meeting starts at 7:15pm and is open to everyone though only paid up members can take part in any voting. Just to remind you that membership costs are £7.50 single, £10 couple and £12.50 per family.

The friends from twinned town of Pordic will arrive in Hayle late on Wednesday May 4 and depart again on Saturday May 7, so put these dates in to diaries please. There's also the return trip to Pordic to arrange so attend this meeting to know what's happening.  For more information please call Maurice on 01736 753341.

ST ELWYN'S CHURCH:

This Sunday January 24, the Third Sunday of Epiphany, the Eucharist will be celebrated by the Reverend Rosemary Wickremasinghe at 9.30 am. On Wednesday January 20 Said Eucharist will be celebrated by the Reverend Sharon Chalcraft at 10 am. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served after each service.

 

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