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Hayle Down Your Way June 9 2016

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Column for June 9 2016

HAYLE PENWITH U3A:

Hayle U3A has the following programme this week.  Today, Thursday June 9, at 10am there is History and Writing; then at 2pm the Social Event "Lessons learnt rowing the Atlantic" takes place with Steve Bowens. On Tuesday June 14 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.

HAYLE FILM CLUB:

The Dressmaker on Saturday June 11 at 7.30pm.

Kate Winslet stars in this blackly comic Australian revenge drama as a wronged woman returning to the town where she grew up to nurse her ailing mother. When she left in 1926, she was a schoolgirl suspected of murder and exiled; now it's 1951 and she is an accomplished and glamorous couture dressmaker, determined to find out the truth. Her arrival - and her fabulous dresses - turn the town upside down. Gradually she remembers the past events she had suppressed and discovers who was involved or looked the other way. It's not a pretty story, and Tilly is a femme fatale in every sense. (118 min, rated 12A)

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

JUMBLE SALE:

The Macmillan Cancer Support Jumble Sale will take place on Saturday,

June 18 at 10am in Phillack church hall. Should anyone have some Jumble for the sale people will be at the hall Friday evening from 6pm to 7pm or from 8.30am on the Saturday morning. If the jumble needs to be collected please ring Suzanne on 01736 753635 or Veronica on 01736 753823. Light refreshments will be available.

Macmillan Cancer Support - Hayle Committee and Tolroy Manor are holding a Rock' Roll charity night with local band Play It Cool at Tolroy Manor on Friday June 24 at 8pm. Tickets are £4 from reception 01736 753082  or 07785181976.

CELTIC / CORNISH MUSIC NIGHT:

At the Cornish Arms Hayle on every 3rd Sunday of the Month, next date June 19 at 8pm.  An invite to all musicians, dancers & singers and those who wish to come along and just listen or to take part in an impromptu session of Celtic folk music, dance and song.  All those interested please just turn up or contact Joy or Frank 01736754976.

THE TORREY CANYON DISASTER:

The Cornubian Lodge No. 450 is holding an open meeting on 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.

ST ELWYN'S CHURCH:

On Sunday June 12, the third Sunday after Trinity the Team Service will be at St Elwyn's at 11am to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday. Please bring a plate of food for a shared lunch afterwards. On Wednesday June 15, Said Eucharist will be celebrated by Father Malcolm at 10am.

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 on Saturday June 4 was celebrated with readings from Kings - Galatians and gospel by Luke.

There will be Mass on Friday at 10am.

Royal Cornwall Show - Come along and visit the Churches Together stand at the show.

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