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What's On for Devon and Cornwall from March 2-9

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: March 03, 2014

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ANTONY nr TORPOINT

Village Hall: New Social Table Tennis Sessions Friday 7-9pm.

AWLISCOMBE

St Michael’s Church: Christopher Evesham Solo Guitar Recital, A Villages in Action event. Adult £7, chd £5, Family £20. 01404 43480. Saturday 7.30pm.

BODMIN

Dunmere car par, The Camel Trail: Newquay Pentire Probus Club Walking Group meet Wednesday 10.30am for 10.45am start. Lunch at Dunmere Arms at 12.30pm. New members always welcome. Details 01637 878990.

BRATTON CLOVELLY nr OKEHAMPTON

Parish Hall: The Torridge Male Voice Choir in Concert. Tickets £6 incl refreshments, available at the door. for Boasley Methodist Church. Wheelchair access. Friday 7.30pm.

BRIXHAM

Brixham Theatre, New Road: Gigspanner and Steeleye Span legend, Peter Knight return to Brixham. Friday 7.30pm.

BUDE

The Castle: Great War Exhibition, Mon-March 21 incl fromm 10am-4pm. (no Sat or Sun).

BUGLE

Village Hall: Bingo in aid of Bugle Silver Band supporters committee. Monday 7.30pm.

CALSTOCK

The Old Chapel: Sonia McLean with Tom Quirke and Chris Jones, jazz and blues piano. Donations welcomed. Friday 8.30pm.

CAMBORNE

The Wesley Centre: The Camborne Old Cornwall Society present The Pentewan Railway and the Tea Treat Train by Robert Evans. Tuesday 7.30pm.

CAMELFORD

Clease Hall: Jan Wonnacott from Brradworthy With Mother’s Day in Mind; Fundraiser, soup and sweet. Wednesday 7.30pm.

Sir James Smith Community School: Camelford Folk Dance Club every Thursday. 7.30-9.30pm.

DARTINGTON

Great Hall: Schubertiade 4: Doric String Quartet. Friday 7.30pm.

Village Hall: Playford style country dancing. Friday 7.30pm.

EXETER

Exeter Cathedral: Exeter Symphony Orchestra, Exeter Philharmonic choir. Saturday 7.30pm.

Westpoint Centre: ICE from Tues-Saturday.

The Devon Heritage Centre, Great Moor House, Sowton: An Audience with Peter Thomas, My Life and Work in Exeter. Tickets £6.50 on the door. Monday 2.30pm.

Exeter Conference Centre, Northernay Street: 150 Years of Exeter Archive Photos 1860-2012. Wednesday 7.30pm.

Poltimore House: The grounds will be on Saturday between 12-4pm. Strong, waterproof footwear recommended.

Phoenix Theatre: Jamie Smith’s Mabon & Maz O’Connor. Tuesday 8pm; Solarference - Jekyll and Hyde, Sunday 8pm.

EXMOUTH

Glenorchy Church Hall: Country Market every Friday 8.30-11.30am.

GOLDSITHNEY

Methodist church: Feast of St Piran Gift Evening with The Richmond Singers. All are welcome. Monday 7.30pm.

GWEEK

Village Hall: Bathroom/Sequence Dance, Saturday 8pm.

HELSTON

The Old Cattle Market: Farmers’ Market. Saturday 9.30am-1.30pm.

ILLOGAN

Harris Mill Hall: Illogan Folk Dance Club. Thursday 7.30pm.

Paynters Lane End Hall: Country Market. Tuesday 9.15-11am.

KINGSBRIDGE

Harbour House: Visions by the VI Form students. Tuesday -March 16. 10am-5pm daily.

KINGSKERSWELL

Community Centre: Kingskerswell Natural History Society. Presentation by Tom Coleman on scenery, wildlife and history of the Orkneys. Newcomers are always welcome. Tuesday 7.30pm.

LAUNCESTON

Central Methodist church: St Piran’s Evening with Launceston Male Voice choir and The Fluteaholics. Tickets £5 from 01566 772846. Wednesday 7.15pm.

St Mary’s Church Hall: Launceston Area Wildlife Group present an illustrated talk by Malcolm Wright on The Birds & Beasts of Ontario. Admission £3. Thursday 7.30pm.

St John Ambulance Hall: Launceston Folk Dance Club meet every Tuesday 8pm-10pm. Beginners welcome.

LEWDOWN

Victory Hall: Table Top Sale every Thursday 5.30pm sellers, 7pm buyers.

LISKEARD

Long Room: Country market. Friday 8.30am-noon.

MEVAGISSEY

Jubilee Hall: Jumble Sale. Saturday 11am.

MODBURY

Devon Rural Archive, Shilstone: Devon’s beautiful gardens, their history and the art depicting them is the subject of the lecture. Thursday 7pm, by Dr Todd Gray MBE, Exeter University.

NEWTON ST CYRES

St Cyr & St Ulita Church: Tamar Valley Male Voice choir in Concert. Saturday 7.30pm.

NEWQUAY

Newquay Community Centre: Cruse Bereavement Care meeting of Newquay Friendship Group. Tuesday 2-4pm. Ring 01637 874823 before attending for the first time.

Meldon Village Hall: Okehampton Sequence Dance Club meet Wednesday 8pm-10.30pm. £1.50 pp. Beginners welcome.

PAR GREEN

The Gott Hall: Coffee and Craft Group meet every Friday. New members welcome. Details 01726 812944. 10.30am-12.30pm.

The Gott Hall: Soup N Sweet Lunches. Monday 12noon-1.30pm. No need to book. Wheelchair facilties.

PLYMOUTH

Davenport Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, University of Plymouth: Lecture by Dartmoor-based Dr Sebastian Payne on Did People Use Milk in the Neolithic? Non-members £4. Monday 7pm.

Roborough Methodist Church, Roborough: Plymouth Clarion Choir for the Ladies Meeting. Saturday 7.30pm.

SIDMOUTH

St Sidwell’s Community Centre: Young at Heart Club for over 50s.£1. Every Friday 1.30pm-3.30pm.

TAVISTOCK

The Wharf: Tavistock Youth Theatre present Little Shop of Horrors, Monday 7.30pm; Open Mic Night, Thurs 8pm; the Mods Sixties Party, Fri 8pm; The Rollin Clones, Saturday 8pm.

TINTAGEL

Methodist Schoolroom: Tintagel Churchs Together Lent Lunch. Wednesday 12-1.30pm.

School room: Gift Day Coffee Morning, Thursday 10.30am-noon; Cornish Pasty Supper, Thursday 6pm (ring Joyce 770671 to order pasty) food, fun and fellowship.

TRURO

The Town Hall: Indian Rail Odyssey by Jill and Nick Hammans. Tuesday 7pm.

Hall for Cornwall: Country Market. Tuesday 9.15am-3pm.

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