Look at our  calendar by clicking this link and see what is going on in the hall –  

to find out more have a look at the bottom of this page

 Townshend Newsletter April 2018

What’s on at Townshend Village Hall in April


Saturday 7th April     Food from 12 noon
Main Course £3.50 : Sweet £1.50 Coffee or Tea 50p

If you would like any more information about our lunches or if you can help with these great community meals, please do get in touch with Sarah on 01736 850287. We can always use more help!

Vegetables kindly donated by Berryman’s Farm Shop Leedstown.

Our First Seedling and Plant Swap

This is taking place from 11am to 2pm
on Saturday 7th April during the village lunch.

Please bring along any seedlings or plants that you have and don’t want and swap them for something else that you do want. There will be tables set up outside the hall entrance for this from 11am and all through the lunch pe- riod until 2pm.

Friends of Godolphin Evening

A Talk by Andrew Eaton entitled

‘Creating Tregonning Garden’

Monday 9th April 7.30pm  Entrance to non-members £4, refreshments and a raffle

Film Club   Saturday 14th April
Please note this is the second Saturday in the month and not our usual third Saturday.

The hilarious and not to be missed ‘Paddington 2’

This film is the sequel to the 2014 film ‘Paddington’ based on the character created by Michael Bond.

Settled in with the Brown family, Paddington the bear is a popular member of the community who spreads joy and marmalade wherever he goes.

One fine day, he spots a pop-up book in an antique shop, which is the perfect present for his beloved aunt’s 100th birthday.

When a thief steals the prized book, Paddington embarks on an epic quest to unmask the culprit before Aunt Lucy’s big celebration.

For all members of C-Fylm – if you are not a member you can join on the night.
Doors open at 7pm—Film starts at 7.30pm – £3

Forthcoming Events May 2018

Lunch   Saturday 5th May

Friends of Godolphin    Monday 14th May

Film Club    Saturday 19th May ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’

Films coming to Townshend in the next few months

Darkest Hour Wadjda
My Cousin Rachel

Mongol Derby 2017

‘The longest, toughest horse race on Earth’

An illustrated talk by Paul Richards about his amazing adventure riding for ‘Little Harbour’ Children’s Hospice South West on Friday 27th April at 7,30pm at The Old School, St Erth

Entrance by ticket only – £10 to include a buffet Proceeds to ‘Little Harbour’ – Contact 01736 756896

Please send any suggestions for inclusion in the newsletter to Rosemary Saunders ehsblue@aol.com or Sarah Chapman or look at our WEBSITE www.townshendvillagehall.org.uk


Townshend hall is a  small friendly space with great facilities and parking

Located in the centre of the village at TR27 6AG

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