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Village Groups


The Anvil Trust


Mawnan Smith takes its name from the old smithy in the village centre. The Trust has completed the restoration of this historic building, and added additional CRAFT WORKSHOPS

See photos of official opening
14th Nov 2007,
and 2015 update of craftspersons

Contact: Ian Martin
"Gwanethek"
Carlidnack Lane
Mawnan Smith
TR11 5HE

Telephone : 01326-250415

See the Anvil Trust Website

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Mawnan Village Show

Mawnan Village Show takes place late June/early July.

There are classes for

  • Children's Section
  • Flowers and Floral Art
  • Fruit and vegetables
  • Cookery
  • Preserves
  • Wine
  • Craft
  • Art
  • Photography

Includes an EXHIBITION of art from Mawnan School and other local children's groups.

Contact Gill Glover
Rose Lyon
Grove Hill
Mawnan Smith
TR11 5ES

Telephone : 01326 - 250048

Hedgehog Rescue, Cornwall

We are Bill and Anne-Marie Long and we run Hedgehog Rescue, Cornwall.
We set up over 12 years ago and take in orphaned, injured and sick hedgehogs from
all over Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

We are happy to give advice on the telephone. We are non-profit making and self funding.

Contact Bill or Anne-Marie Long
Armor House
Carlidnack Lane
Mawnan Smith
TR11 5HA

Telephone : 01326 - 251033

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Falmouth & District Young Farmers Club

Meetings are held on Fridays at 7.30 p.m. for activities, outings, charity events,
and inter-club meetings.

Open to ages 10 - 26.

Interested?

Then call Carolyn or Ben on
01326 - 250321

Mawnan Wives

We meet on the first and third Friday of each month (excluding August), at 7.30 p.m. in the Memorial Hall.

A happy, energetic group, we have speakers, social evenings, theatre visits, and
outdoor activities.

Contact Mrs Trudy Smith

Telephone : 01326 - 250398

e-mail me

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Abbeyfield
Scott House

A residential care home,
situated in a central position near to shops, churches,
Memorial Hall and bus services.

Eight rooms, each with en-suite facilities, ready carpeted and curtained.
Lunch and a light evening meal are provided by the
resident housekeeper and staff

Contact:
The Registration Officer
Angela Tremayne
on 01326-250203

E-mail

Telephone for Scott House is 01326 - 250796

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Women's Institute

Mawnan W I meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month
(except August),
at 7.15 p.m. in the Memorial Hall.

A warm welcome awaits all visitors and new members to an
evening of fun and friendship.

Further details from
Mrs Sally Annan (President)

Telephone : 01326 - 250534

 


Friends of Mawnan Surgery

Support Group linked to Penryn Surgery - fundraising for the benefit of the patients.

Comprises a small committee of 8 people, who hold 4 or 5 meetings a year (normally Mondays or Tuesdays) with the AGM in September.

Anyone interested in helping should contact
Gill Glover
Rose Lyon
Grove Hill
Mawnan Smith
TR11 5ES

Telephone : 01326 - 250048

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Christmas Lights Committee


Start planning your own outside display now, Christmas will be here before
you know it!

Fund raising is always on our minds, if any one has any ideas please let us know.

If you would like to help with the Christmas Lights or find out more contact:-
Penny Salisbury on 250321
or Beth Lawry on 250264

 


Friendship Club

Founded in 1984, the Friendship Club is a Social Club for the Over 50s

We meet in the Memorial Hall every Wednesday at 2 p.m.

Activities include:-

  • Speakers
  • Entertainment
  • Bring & Buy
  • Lunches / Teas

No annual fee

Contact
Veronica Chegwidden
on
01326 - 250713


Bridge
Club

Monday evenings at the Penmorvah Manor Hotel 7pm.
EBU registered.

Duplicate Bridge, (partners found by prior arrangement)

Subscription £5 per year,
then £1.00 per week,
or £1.50 for visitors.

Contact Ann James 01326 250759

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Mothers

Union

Meets on second Wednesday of most months at 2.30 pm in the
Methodist Schoolroom

Contact: Mary Cockeram
01326 250726


A warm welcome to all

 

Mawnan
First
Community
Medical
Responders

This team is trained to give immediate assistance prior to the arrival of an ambulance.

Will you volunteer to join the team?

Contact:

Coordinator Aline Turner

Or 'phone her on 01326-251233

Alternatively, contact

Jo Parsons by email

or on 01326-250152

 

 

 

Mawnan
Old Cornwall Society

Cowethas Kernow Goth Mawnan

All meetings in Mawnan Memorial Hall at 1930

WANTED

Contributions for "Mawnan in the Fifties"

We hope to emulate the book "The Half Crown Banana", which printed marvellous memories and photographs of 1946 - 1954 through the eyes of the people who were
living in Mawnan at the time.

All contributions (written or photographed) welcome.

Please send to Sylvia King, 3 Greenfields Close,
Mawnan Smith TR11 5EX

or you can send it by email to this website

malcolmdearnley@yahoo.co.uk

World Wars 1 & 2 Roll of Honour


Mawnan Allotment Association

Allotments are available on National Trust land at the Durgan cross roads.

Please contact Granville Williamson 01326 250112 or

email me
(granville.williamson@talk21.com)

for details.

Spring in Mawnan Smith is just around the corner. Now is the time to get started on preparing for the new season.


Due to an increased demand for allotments, we have decided to open up a further 9 plots (and most of these have already been allocated to new members).


A single plot from March 2016 will cost just £30 per year including WATER. Half plots and shared plots are also available.


We have an informal meeting in the Red Lion on the second Tuesday of each month gathering at 7:30

 

"Ready to GO / Ready to GROW" service is available.


Alternatively, are you prepared to volunteer, lend a hand or use equipment to help those who may need some assistance ?

Would you consider sponsoring a plot for use by community groups ?

We have recently RECEIVED funding from the
“Awards for ALL” (National Lottery)
to carry out further improvements our on-site
facilities and equipment in 2016

 


Did you know that just 30 minutes of gardening on your allotment can burn around 150 calories, the same as doing low impact aerobics? We call this the Green Gym – no expensive joining fees – pumping iron, lifting weights, bending and stretching in the alternative fashion.


In a recent survey of members of National Allotment Society, nearly every person said that their love of allotment gardening comes from the fresh air, home grown produce, healthy lifestyle and like-minded people this activity offers.


If managed properly, an allotment can produce enough food to supplement a family’s weekly shop, with fresh fruit and vegetables over the year. This does require hard work and dedication but even the smallest crop grown, is money saved from the supermarket.

Even though supermarkets are making more of an effort to source local produce, you can’t beat growing your own; no longer will you be talking about food miles, but instead food metres.

Perhaps you would prefer to lend a hand if you want to offer occasional help with digging or even the use of your equipment. This would enable less able allotment holders to take up and continue to be active. Alternatively, if you would like to sponsor a plot, then you could receive some of the benefits of home grown food, knowing that you have helped in some small way.

 

 

 

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