Constantine Cornwall

Tea in the Garden

Cream tea at Poltoge, Port Navas.

Courtesy of Tiffa and Jeff Meadows.

Tickets £5  from Tiffa 340340

Pope’s Garden Squad

Come and give our community garden a summer tidy up.

Make Pope’s Garden a pleasant place to sit.

Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits! Bring your own gloves, trowels etc.

Port Navas Art Group Exhibition

The group’s ninth exhibition, a display in various mediums by amateur local artists.

Port Navas Regatta

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Pope’s Garden Squad

Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits!
Bring your own gloves, trowels etc

Stay for the soup kitchen to warm up.

The Port of Gweek and the Gweek River

John Shepperd

Gweek from early times to the present.

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

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3.  Booking not required.

What makes coffee special

Richard Blake

An introduction to speciality coffee and what makes this industry different from the norm. How the coffee is sourced, the process involved in roasting it for flavour and the company’s guiding principles.

To book a place ring Margaret on 340214   £7 to include a pasty.

Lighting the Christmas Tree

Mulled wine and mince pies, followed at 6pm by the lighting of the Christmas tree and singing of carols with Constantine Silver Band.

Port Navas Village Hall Annual General Meeting

Refreshments after the business!

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required

Pope’s Garden Squad

Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits!
 Bring your own gloves, trowels etc

Stay for the soup kitchen to warm up.

Soup Kitchen

 Soup and Crusty bread. £3.  Booking not required.

Yallah Coffee Roasters – what makes coffee special

Richard Blake

An introduction to speciality coffee and what makes this industry different from the norm. How the coffee is sourced, the process involved in roasting it for flavour and the company’s guiding principles.

To book a place ring Margaret on 340214   £7 to include a pasty.

Decennial Photograph


Calling all Port Navas Residents!

In 2000, to celebrate the Millennium, the residents of the village assembled at the slipway for a group photograph. In 2010 this was repeated. Both these photos can be seen on the website and in the Hall.

It is nearly time to have our decennial photograph taken again. Please come down to the Hall at 10.45, in time for the photographer to position us all.

Orders for copies of the photograph will be taken.

Christmas Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required. Christmas Raffle.

Pope’s Garden Squad

Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits!

Bring your own gloves, trowels etc

How about a bowl, or two, of soup afterwards?

Captain John H. Illingworth RN.

Charles Richardson

Capt. Illingworth was a  famous yachtsman who died in 1980 but is hardly known these days; he had a huge influence on yacht racing, winning the Fastnet race three times and is perhaps best remembered as the designer of Francis Chichester’s Gipsy Moth IV.

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

Port Navas Yacht Club Quiz


Thanks to Ant and Tom for this challenge to our brains and to Nigel and Mike for sustaining us throughout.

A quiz in support of the Village Hall.  Watch out for further details nearer the time.

Soup Kitchen

Soup and Crusty bread. £3.  Booking not required.

Shipwrecks around the Cornish coast

John Strike

£7 to include a pasty. To book a place ring Pauline on 250604

Soup Kitchen

Now a village tradition. This is the first of our monthly gatherings throughout the winter.

The soup, choice of two, is made by local friends.

Soup and Crusty bread. £3. Booking not required.

Port Navas Art Group


An informal group meeting each Thursday through the winter for art enjoyment.  Contact Francesca Stuart on 01326 341119 or franstuart@icloud.com

Frugi


From Fore Street, Constantine to Buckingham Palace, Lucy & Kurt tell the story of the award winning ethical clothing company, which they started in their spare bedroom in 2004 and is now a global brand.

£7 to include a pasty. To book a place ring Margaret on 340214

Healing – A craniosacral therapists perspective

An hours talk and discussion about healing and what it means ‘to be well’. Including a description of craniosacral therapy.

Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st. Arrive at 6.30pm for tea/chat before talk starting at 7pm.

During the days the hall will be open for low cost therapy sessions. Call Eloise on 07761712936 to book an appointment (£25)

Nell Kerr & Bryony Lane

An exhibition of work by artists Nell Kerr and Bryony Lane, celebrating the    powerful allure of the Helford river and its surroundings through painting and glass.

Private View:
Thursday 18th July 6pm – 8pm

Exhibition open daily:
Friday 19th – Sunday 21st 10.30am – 4pm.

Alchemy Tiles Workshop

A great opportunity to make your own Alchemy Tiles (or Encaustic tiles as they are officially known). Using ancient techniques dating back to 13th century you’ll be guided through the skills of carving, applying coloured slip and developing your own tile designs as well as understanding the history and background of this lost craft. This is a great way to hand make your own bespoke gifts or tiles for your own home, as well as relaxing and enjoying the stunning views of Port Navas and delicious vegetarian organic lunch and homemade cake .

You’ll make up to 6 of your own tiles; each tile is approx. 14x14cm with a RRP value of £30. The price of £150 includes full tuition, all materials, glazing, firings and lunch on both days.

To book contact Mel on 07768 193848 or info@melchambers.com

Pope’s Garden Squad

Come and give our community garden an autumn tidy up. Make Pope’s Garden a pleasant place to sit.

Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits!
 Bring your own gloves, trowels etc.

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