- Parish Newsletter ~ MAWL May 2022
- £370 raised for Ukraine appeal at Thursday café (7 April) – details
- 100 Club winners – May 2022 – Shirley & Barbara – details
>>> More news and discussions in the independently-run community Facebook group*
Thursday 30 June – 7.30 pm, Snooker/Reading Room, Mount crossroads
Snooker/Reading Room AGM – Discuss the future of this historic building – all residents are encouraged to attend this important meeting – details
Saturday 2 July – 1 pm til approx. 5 pm, Jubilee Hall, Mount, and field opposite
Big Do in the Field, and Flower Craft and Veg Show – yes, it’s back – the Big Do and Show – see details
Sunday 4 July – 11am – 5 pm, Cardinham, various gardens
Cardinham Gardens Open Day – four gardens open to public under National Gardens Scheme, cream teas at Cardinham Hall, £6 to see all four gardens – more info*
Thursday 7 July – 11am – 1 pm, Jubilee Hall, Mount
Thursday Café – the monthly teas, coffees, cakes, etc., open to all, any profits go to St Bartholomew’s Church, Warleggan – more info
Wednesday 20 July – 7 pm, starting Lostwithiel Community Centre
Guided tour of Lostwithiel – History Group tour, open to all, with John Pegg as our guide, £4 a head – details
Wednesday 24 August – 12 noon, St Bartholomew’s Church, Warleggan
Church Tidy-Up – tidy up church field, bring picnic lunch, strimmer, clippers, barrow, dusters, polish etc., whatever you can bring – details
Friday 16 September – 7.30 pm, Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount
“Looking For Me Friend – the Music of Victoria Wood” – a tribute to Victoria Wood, supported by Carn to Cove – see details
Wednesday 28 September – 12.30 pm, Jubilee Hall, Mount
Parish Lunch – book your place by 22 September, Gill, 821494 – details
Regular events and activities
(all at the Jubilee Hall in Mount unless stated otherwise)
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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.
Join in! Make your views known by using the ‘comments’ feature at the foot of the relevant page, or send in your contributions and suggestions.
Please contact us if you’d like to send in your photos, comments, questions, articles and ideas for new discussions points.