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Monday 20 September, 7 for 7.30 pm, Trethorne
Warleggan Young Farmers Club New Members Evening – details
Wednesday 22 September , Jubilee Hall, Mount
12.30 pm: Parish Lunch – see details above and here
7.30 pm: “The Married Widows of Cornwall” – Dr Lesley Trotter relates the untold stories of 19th century emigration from Cornwall when thousands of wives were ‘left behind’ by men leaving to work overseas. – History Group
Wednesday 29 September, 10.30am to midday, St Neot Village Hall
Macmillan Coffee Morning, open to all
TBC Friday 15 October, 7.30 pm, St Bartholomew’s Church
“Bach Pilgrimage” – violinist Thomas Bowes performs – Carn-to-Cove
Wednesday 27 October – 7.30 pm, Jubilee Hall, Mount
“Romans in Cornwall” – Carl Thorpe, Senior Archaeologist with the Cornwall Archaeological Unit will explore the extent of the Roman occupation and trading with Cornwall. – History Group
Wednesday 24 November – 7.30 pm, Jubilee Hall, Mount
“Trades & Occupations of 19th Century Liskeard” – Brian Oldham will share with us the detailed research he has undertaken into the early commercial life of Liskeard. – History Group
Regular events and activities
- Tuesdays, 12 noon – Pilates at Jubilee Hall
- Thursdays, 3 – 4 pm – Village Greens (currently click-collect or delivery only)
- Sundays, 10.30 am – Table Tennis
- Sunday services have resumed – see details Church and Chapel
- Monday and Thursday: Age Concern Bus from your house to Bodmin, £6 return – details
- St Neot Post office: Mon a.m., Wed a.m., Fri p.m. – details
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Warleggan Parish, with its two villages Warleggan and Mount, lies between the parishes of St Neot to the east and Cardinham to the west, up on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. It’s here on this website that you can find out the latest about what’s available, what’s happening, and what’s planned.
Launched in the summer of 2012, this community website seeks to enable residents to be better informed of what’s happening, to join or form local clubs, to be more involved in community decision-making, and to take full advantage of the facilities available.
It also aims to provide both visitors and residents with ideas for things to do, and places to go, and a forum through which ideas can be discussed.
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