Welcome to the South Hill Connection Newsletter!
In the October / November edition of the South Hill connection:
- Tamar Grow Local celebrates its 10th anniversary
- Have you voted? “Power the night with sunlight” – we are trying to get an M&S Energyfund grant
- SHARE update
- Wild Thyngz- new local forest school
- South Hill WI update
- Seedy Sunday- seed exchange for the new planting season
- Church matters
- Developments at St Sampson’s Church
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From Liz Clayton: In March 2013 I was the 1st ‘Made in Cornwall’ member to introduce a new line of stock as in Warming, Cooling and Massaging Cherrystones Pads. These Pads are a replacement of my previous Wheat Pads. My Cherrystones Pads are filled with thoroughly cleaned cherrystones/pips. The covers are made of 100% cotton, fully lined and very importantly, washable. Since I introduced them, I have been so pleased in the many ways they are helping people. Apart from easing aches and pains I have had some delightful feedback for some of the not so common conditions. Polymyalgia Rheumatica / Fibromyalgia Pelvic Girdle Pain in Pregnancy / Breast Feeding discomfort Sports Injuries Stress Busters for ADHD / Autism Cooling for Radiotherapy / Warming for Chemotherapy Comfort Pads for Dementia Precious Pet Pads. Continue reading
I am collecting recycling for Kicks Count to produce leaflets which inform and support pregnant ladies about the important unborn babies small movements during pregnancy, and help reduce the stillbirth rate.
Items I’m collecting are:
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On a peaceful smallholding, our latest advertiser is Coombe Small Animal Hotel, situated just north of Golberdon, run by Richard and Julia Squires.
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I moved to Golberdon with my daughter and Grandson 6 months ago. I work part time for Cornwall NHS as a Podiatrist and help look after my Grandson whilst my daughter goes to Plymouth University to study for her Nursing degree.
Following a GREAT meeting at Gorfenna St Ive, Callington B2B Networking Group have teamed up with the fantastic people there to create a GIANT for Callington Mayfest .
I would like to thank everybody who took time out of their busy schedules and attended the Preview Evenings to the ‘Trio of Art ‘ exhibitions. Both evenings were a resounding success and everyone’s support was appreciated.
Our regular Business 2 Business meetings are held at members’ premises, so we all get to see how the others work.
Below are pictures from a meeting at Pirans Playful Pixies at Polhilsa Business Park.