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Upcoming Events

See also regular events – table tennis, pilates, village greens, church and chapel services

Thursday 2 February, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
11 am – 1 pm: Village Greens Monthly Café – tea, coffee, cakes – details
7.30 pm: Parish meeting – and meeting of planning subcommittee – details

Saturday 11 February – 9 am onwards, Bodmin, St Neot, Warleggan, Cardinham, Mount, etc
Dung Run – Warleggan Young Farmers delivering to your door, £3/bag – details

Saturday and Sunday 11 & 12 February – 10 am – 4 pm, Main Car Park, Colliford
Tree planting days – drop in, help plant a tree (or trees), tea, coffee, biscuits – play your part in improving the habitat, with SWLT Colliford Lake ranger Jeremy leading the planting – call Thomas 078548 45413 for details

Wednesday 22 February,  7.30pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
The History of Coinage – History group talk, all welcome (see below) details

Thursday 2 March – 11 am – 1 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Village Greens Monthly Café – tea, coffee, cakes – details

Friday 3 March – 7.30 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Julian Gaskell and the the Ragged Trousered Philanthropist – live music, £10 ticket, a Carn to Cove event – details

Wednesday 22 March,  7.30pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
The Battle Beneath the Trenches – History group talk, all welcome details

Friday 24 March,  7.30 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount 
Skittles Evening – all welcome, whatever your ability, bring your own drinks & nibbles, £3 per head, max four per team – info

Saturday 25 March 2023,  7pm: Cardinham Parish Hall
Quiz Evening –    £8 per person incl pasty –  bring your own drinks –  raffle with quality prizes – organised by, and raising funds for, Cardinham Sports Club  – details*

Wednesday 29 March,  7.30pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Hall Management Meeting – all welcome – bring your ideas!  details

Thursday 6 April – 11 am – 1 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Village Greens Monthly Café – tea, coffee, cakes – details

Friday 7 April – 10.30 am (tbc) , Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Good Friday Reflection – (details to follow)

Wednesday 26 April,  7.30pm, St Bartholomew’s Church, Warleggan
Refugee Brits – the story of Cornwall’s Celtic Saints – History group talk, all welcome details

Thursday 4 May – 11 am – 1 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Village Greens Monthly Café – tea, coffee, cakes – details

Saturday 13 May (tbc) – 10 am – 1 pm (tbc), Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Chapel Plant Sale – also with tea, coffee, cakes, etc.

Wednesday 24 May,  7.30pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Tommy Robartes of Lanhydrock – History group talk, all welcome details

Thursday 1 June – 11 am – 1 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Village Greens Monthly Café – tea, coffee, cakes – details

Wednesday 28 June,  6 pm, field visit to Clay Country
Carglaze, Baal & Carn Grey – History group talk, all welcome details

Thursday 6 July – 11 am – 1 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
Village Greens Monthly Café – tea, coffee, cakes – details

Wednesday 26 July,  6 pm, field visit to Tregrehan
The Tregrehan Village & the Carlyon Family – History group talk, all welcome details

Saturday 29 July 2023, midday start, Warleggan Church Field
The ‘Big Do in the Field’ and Craft/Flower Show – details to be announced

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Regular events and activities
(all at the Jubilee Hall in Mount unless stated otherwise)

  • 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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About us

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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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