October Newsletter

Village Lunch

Saturday 6th October from 12 noon

Usual Home Cooked Main Course: £3.50; Sweet: £1.50; Coffee orTea: 50p

Xmas Lunch Saturday 8th December

This year  we will be taking bookings for  the Townshend Christmas Lunch at the October lunch. Diane will have all the  details and will be asking for a £3 per person deposit when you book.

Friends of Godolphin

present in the TVHA Hall on Monday 8th October at  7.30pm an illustrated talk by Lottie Allen Head Gardener on

Gardening on the Edge of St Michael’s Mount

Admission Members £3, Visitors £4, Tea/Coffee and a Raffle.

Film Club

Saturday  20th October

‘Lady Bird’

A Magical Portrait of Adolescence.  A sparkling and funny coming-of-age 2017 American comedy, nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture

Marion McPherson, a nurse, works tirelessly to keep her family afloat after her husband loses his job. She also maintains a turbulent bond with a teenage daughter who is just like her: loving, strong-willed and deeply opinionated .

Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7.30pm and is open to all members of C-Film-Admission £3 per person. If you are not a member come along and join on the night-membership £6 per person.

Village Show

Thanks to the dedication of the show committee, we once again had the pleasure of the Townshend Show.  As usual the hall looked splendid, colourful and interesting.  A village show is fun and unites people creating a feeling of well being and a sense of community.  Entering the competition classes can give us new skills and interest; winning is just a bonus.

The show is a very social occasion; renewing friendships and bonding with like minded people over tea and  cake.  Everyone is willing to advise and help beginners, so no one needs to feel they can’t just give it a go!  Look out for the 2019 schedule next year.

A great deal of organising goes on behind the scenes to put on a show, so once again very many thanks to the show committee and their team of helpers for another great day.

See you all next year!  From the Happy Show-goers!

The Show Committee would like to  thank everyone  who contributed  to make the Show such a success, from those of you who entered, to the judges, the stewards and everyone who worked so hard to make the hall look so good and the day a success.  And thank you Happy Show-goers for your kind words.

The People’s Choice Cake competition raised £40 for The Alzheimers Society.  The Show Committee have decided  to donate a further £40 to St Julia’s Hospice.

EVENTS IN NOVEMBER

Village Lunch Saturday3rd November

Rememberance Sunday 11th November 10.45am

Carn to Cove is back on Saturday 24th Nov Tickets from Laura Martin 01736 850789

£10 adults-£8 children-£28 families Or email sarah@davidchapman.org.uk Or look up the Carn to Cove website carntocove.co.uk

‘The Giants of Science’

Howard Coggins knows nothing about Science.  Stu Mcloughlin knows even less.

Nevertheless they have agreed to give a lecture on the subject, and af­ter enlisting the help of the smartest scientific sages of the ages, that’s just what they aim to do.

But even with the likes of Albert Einstein, Galileo, Isaac Newton, Mary Anning and…um…Kris Akabusi along for the ride, the chances of the dim­ witted duo making it through the evening with any sense of dignity re­maining intact seems less than likely.  Still, they’re determined, like a pair of atoms missing a couple of electrons, to stay positive.

With jarring jokes, pitiful puppetry, and the silliest of scientific songs, you can expect this raucous romp through the hilarious history of scientific stupidity to be…well, if nothing else, thoroughly entertaining.

It might even be…Scien-triffic!  It will be hilarious!

Xmas Party 16th December 2018

This event is a Christmas Party for  all the  family on Sunday 16th December from 5 to 8pm.  A date for your diary!

Would anyone like to help organising this? If so please contact Inger on 07528839824

*New Gentle Hatha Yoga Class starting soon on Thursday mornings

Lots of nurturing! Gentle stretches, breath­ing exercises, cleansing techniques & some surprises!  5 week course .   Contact Karly on tophill@hotmail.com

Out and About in Townshend

Look out for Redwings in our hedgerows.  If you see an early arrival tell Sarah, sarah@davidchapman.org.uk or post it on the Townshend Facebook page.

In the Garden

Turn your garden waste into garden gold by making compost for your soil’s health.  Do you lack space for composting?  If so ask a neighbour.  Make hedge-hog homes and beetle food.  Questions?  Email Inger on ingerstoraker@hotmail.co.uk

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