Events taking place in South Hill, in nearby villages, in Callington and further afield…
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The Christmas Lights will be in place (thanks to the volenteers of the Chamber of Commerce.), the tree will be decked, join us for the countdown to light up our town! We will be joined by Pop Choir, Kj’s Entertainment – Magic Martin and Launceston Town Band too!
Fun and fesitivies in the square, music, minces pies, entertainment and more. Please come and join us!
New players, All ages and ability welcome. Instruments are available on free loan and less experienced players who want to brush up their skills with the Training Band.
Join a happy group that plays at engagements in and around Callington throughout the year. Rehearsals take place in the Heritage Centre Band room, Liskeard Road, Callington on Thursday evenings.
Training Band 6.15 – 7.15pm,
Main Band 7.30 – 9.30pm.
For more info contact Shirley Morse 01579 350336
A fun Circuits Class which is based on a full body approach…there will be several different stations which you’ll work round! Includes cardio exercises as well as toning exercises!
mobile number 07875507758
Plymouth will see Royal William Yard illuminated by design, art and inspiration inspired by the values of Mayflower 400; freedom, humanity, imagination and future. The four day event will start with a civic reception on Thursday 23rd November where the Lord Mayor along with representatives from Mayflower 400 will board a boat near to the Mayflower Step…s and journey by water to Royal William Yard.
Emily Handslip, Director of Urban Splash said: “The festive season at The Yard is one of the most magical and important times of the year, so we are delighted to be working with Plymouth City Council to celebrate this incredible festival of light. Our amazing buildings at Royal William Yard will provide the perfect backdrop for the Illuminate light art and we hope everyone visiting The Yard over this four-day event has a fantastic time.”
The big night will then take place on Friday 24th November, with workshops, installations, performance and projections continuing through to Sunday 26th offering various opportunities for families and children to take part in activities or simply to wonder at the incredible illuminations lighting up the former naval victualling yard.
Charles Hackett, Chief Executive of Mayflower 400 said: “Illuminate is one of the milestone international events in the Mayflower calendar and we’re really excited to see this year’s event grow and develop into a light festival across multiple days. Our vision is that Illuminate combines community participation with artist exhibition. We aim to build Illuminate year on year to create a signature event that not only forms a signature part of the Mayflower 400 programme, but has the strength and legacy to continue well beyond 2020.
To see Illuminate grow and take on a new location for this year is very positive and I look forward to seeing the event encompass more areas of the city in future years.”
Light projections have been designed and mapped by The Media Workshop and Plymouth College of Art, who as part of the European funded project Euranim, will be working in collaboration with animation students from across France, Belgium, Hungary, Denmark and Finland.
Light Art installations and visual pieces will also form part of the event, created by the staff and students from the University of Plymouth’s School of Art, Design and Architecture, led by Professor Chris Bennewith who was formerly Creative Director for Wellington’s LUX Light Festival in New Zealand and has worked both in the UK and internationally on major light events.
Professor Chris Bennewith, Head of School Art, Design and Architecture of University of Plymouth said: “Light Festivals around the world create wonderfully vibrant and social events for cities and their citizens to enjoy. They are a fantastic display of a city’s creativity and a great, fun, family event that gives people something to look forward to during the dark winter months. We are excited to be able to show off some of the region’s excellent creative talent, something to be really proud of!”
TT TAEKWONDO is a friendly local WTF Olmpic style Taekwondo club. Suitable for all ages. We train weekly at the Parish Hall in Golberdon PL17 7ND every Friday from 7pm – 9pm. Taekwonda is a Koren martial art, great character builder and for fitness and flexibility. We cover all aspects of the dynamic martial art including Fighting, Poomsae (set patterns), Self Defence, One Step sparring, Destruction (board breaking), Regular gradings and competitions. Fully qualifies KOKKIWON instructors.
Chief instructor Master Dale Trevail 5th Black Belt.
For more information please contact Master Trevail on 01579 382908
Enter the Christmas spirit and start your Christmas shopping by supporting local producers at this fantastic craft fair. Locally made products including bags, bunting, jewellery and other unique handmade gifts. Free entry.
1st Sunday – Holy communion
2nd Sunday -Morning Worship
3rd Sunday-Morning Worship
4h Sunday – All Age Worship special services start at 10.00am
5th Sunday – Cluster service, rotates around the five Callington Cluster Churches
WEEKLY PLAYGROUP WITH LOTS OF FUN ACTIVITES and join the facebook page
SUMMER BREAK activities via the FB page
Weekly choir practice at St Sampson church South Hill.
Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Monday evening 7.30pm -10pm and 2nd and 4th Tuesday afternoon of each month 1.30pm -4pm. The cost of membership is £ 30 for a year and entitles you to attend all meetings. If you want to try the group out you can attend up to 3 ‘taster’ sessions (£2 each session) before making a decision to join. We look forward to meeting you.
You can also follow us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/SouthHillPiecemakers/
Ladies Church Choir
All ages welcome