Constantine Cornwall

What’s On

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Farmers’ Market

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Constantine Church Hall

Second Saturday
of each month

9.30am to 12 noon

Yoga Classes

yogagrace

Tolmen Centre
Every Tuesday
18.30 - 19.45

07554 184846

yogagrace.co.uk

Tolmen Movies

love&friendship
Wednesday 14th December
7:30pm
Café Tolmen Open

Café Open

Love & Friendship

Love & Friendship is a wonderfully crafted story that will charm Austen fans with its wit and sparkling wordplay.

Tickets £4

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Constantine Social Club

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Saturday 31st December

New Years Eve

New Years Eve extravaganza featuring live music from “Shades of Grey”

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Port Navas

Thursday 5th January
6:00pm

Twelfth Night

Join us to celebrate Epiphany, turn off the lights, and enjoy a drink with friends. Please bring a plate of food to share.

Port Navas

Thursday 19th January
7:00pm

Knickershockerstory

A light hearted and brief (pun intended!) history of underwear since 3000BC. To book a place ring Richard or Gaye on 341185. £7 to include a pasty.

History Group

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Friday 20th January

Perran Foundry

Chris Burton

Port Navas

Wednesday 1st February
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Port Navas

Thursday 16th February
7:00pm

Food for Thought

Mel Chambers

Confused by all the labels? Want to know the real difference between organic and natural? We are forever bombarded by marketing and supermarkets trying to convince us that the food we eat is good quality. But how do we know what is ‘genuine’ and what is just ‘market hype’? Here we expel the myths and confirm the facts to help you make wiser decisions about the food you buy.

£7 to include a pasty.To book a place ring Bernice on 340718

History Group

Friday 17th February

History of the Penrose Estate

National Trust

Port Navas

Wednesday 1st March
12:30pm

Soup Kitchen

Port Navas

Wednesday 8th March
7:00pm

Port Navas Village Hall AGM

Port Navas

Thursday 16th March
7:00pm

Crime and Punishment in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Cornwall

Peter King

The talk will look at issues such as: was Cornwall more or less violent than other parts of Great Britain; were murder rates high or low, and did the Cornish stand up against Parliament’s policy of hanging even minor property offenders?

£7 to include a pasty.To book a place ring Dilys on 340453

History Group

Friday 17th March

History of Culdrose

Lawson Tickell

History Group

Friday 21st April

Life and Times of a Hayle Steamship

Pete Joseph