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Hayle Down Your Way July 7 2016

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Column for July 7 2016

HAYLE PENWITH U3A:

Hayle U3A has the following programme this week.  Today, Thursday July 7, at 10am there is History and Writing; then at 2pm the Social Event "John Knill of St Ives Commemoration" takes place with Alan and Ann Cox. On Tuesday July 12 at 10am there is Art and Poetry Reading. All sessions except Writing are held in the Philip Smith annexe to the Hayle Day Care Centre.  The Writing is held in Hayle Library.

THE TORREY CANYON DISASTER:

The Cornubian Lodge No. 450 is holding an open meeting today Thursday July 7 at 7.30 pm where Mr. Martin Brockman will be giving an illustrated talk on the Torrey Canyon Disaster.  Invite friends and family to a social gathering at the Masonic Hall Hayle to hear a fascinating, illustrated talk on this famous disaster off the coast of Cornwall.  There will be a pasty supper with bar. £5 per head.  Avoid disappointment by booking with Peter Nicholls

07802 984385 -  01736 449621 - peter_nicholls@aol.com by Friday July 1.

HAYLE FILM CLUB:

Son of Saul on Saturday July 9 at 7.30pm.

This Hungarian drama won awards from the Grand Prix at Cannes to the Best Foreign Film Oscar. Saul is a Sonderkommando at Auschwitz, one of the inmates made to clean the gas chambers, dispose of the bodies, and salvage belongings from the corpses. He is stoic until one day he sees a body he thinks is his illegitimate son, and becomes determined that the boy should have a proper burial. He tries to arrange this over two days, becoming involved in efforts to smuggle out photographs, start an uprising, and escape. The film stays closely focused on Saul throughout: this is no schmaltzy tale with a happy ending, but an audacious and stunning debut film with a relentless central performance backed by extraordinary cinematography and sound work. (1hr 47 mins, 15, subtitled)

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

WEST CORNWALL ORDCHID SOCIETY:

The WCOS are holding their first public Open Day on Sunday July 10 from 1.30pm to 4.30pm in the Annex behind Camborne Community Centre which is halfway between Camborne Library and Police station.  Admission plus tea/coffee is FREE and there will be cakes etc. available too. There will be displays of orchids, potting demonstrations, grower sundries for sale, cultural information, plant surgery - bring your problem plants - and the raffle.

Come along and chat about your plants and learn how to keep them going for a very long time.  There are 30,000 species of orchid and interest in growing them is increasing, there will be members who can help - they don't bite!

If you would like to join the Society, the first meeting is free, the Membership Secretary will happily sign you up.  For further information, do not hesitate to contact Suzanne on 01736 754951 or Kit on 01209 717947.

HAYLE HERITAGE CENTRE:

Hayle Heritage Centre is now open for the summer season on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 11am and 4pm.  They are based on Foundry Square, on the historic site of Harvey's Foundry, and offer an insight into Hayle's rich social history. If you would like to volunteer with the centre please contact Daisy Culmer on 01736 757683 or email daisy@harveysfoundrytrust.org.uk

HAYLE TWINNING ASSOCIATION:

The next coach trip the Association is running is a shopping trip to Exeter on Saturday November 5.  The cost is £15 p.p. please book early to reserve a seat. Call Maurice on 01209 753341.

ST ELWYN'S CHURCH:

This Sunday July 10, The Godrevy Team Anniversary and Canon Martyn's 25th Anniversary of his ordination. Team service at St Erth Church at 11am followed by lunch at The Old Quay House at 1.30 pm. There will be no other services in the Team this day. On Wednesday July 13, Said Eucharist will be celebrated by the Reverend Sharon Clifton at 10am. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served after each service.

ST.JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, HAYLE:

St Joseph's Church in Hayle is part of the Roman Catholic Parish of the Holy Family. The 6.30pm Mass was celebrated on Saturday July 2 with readings from Isaiah - Galatians and gospel by Luke.

There will be NO Mass on Friday for the next two weeks.

Sea Sunday is next Sunday July 10 when the church prays for those who live and work at sea.

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