Camera Club April
It was with great excitement that Camera Club met for their April meeting. They met, in fact, in two groups across two days to comply with the current regulations. The location was Marazion Marshes which proved a great spot for landscape photography, with excellent distant and close up pictures taken.
Book Club met over Zoom for their April meeting to discuss their latest read, Forty Autumns by Nina Willner. Jane chose the book and wrote the following report. The book recounts the history of three generations of Nina Willner’s family separated by forty years of Soviet rule and reunited after the fall of the Berlin… Continue reading Book Club Report -April 2021
The April Monthly Meeting was held, once again, on Zoom. This meeting brought a talk by Richard Haycock, Waste and Recycling Support Officer for West Cornwall. The talk was full of fascinating facts, figures and diagrams on what goes into rubbish bins and what happens to the various types of rubbish that is produced. For… Continue reading April Monthly Meeting
Gail held her first Zoom Craft Demonstrations last week, to make beautiful little Suffolk Puff Flowers. Also known as yo-yos, they are quick and easy to make and require only basic sewing skills and scraps of fabric. This addictive little project can then be used to decorate cards, made into bunting, adorn clothing and accessories…….or… Continue reading Crafting with Gail
Shirley has prepared the Calendar of Walks for 2021, all of which are subject to change and to any guidelines or regulations which are in place at the time. Walks are usually the 3rd Wednesday of the month starting at 10.00. The average distance is 5 miles, a mix of coastal, inland tracks & fields.… Continue reading Walking Group
At our Annual Meeting this month, Wendie Leo was elected president for the coming year. She has been doing a great job as caretaker president for the past few months and members can look forward to a fantastic year ahead with Wendie at the helm, and a wonderful committee to support her.
All Passion Spent by Vita Sackville West was the latest Book Club read. Pat A sent us this report. It was very much enjoyed by members of Book Club, and achieved a nine out of ten score. The novel opens in the aftermath of the death of Lord Slane, a universally admired and respected former… Continue reading Book Club Report
Crowlas and Ludgvan W I was treated to a zoom meeting and demonstration by Christine and Phil Jensen of the famous Peboryon Extreme Cake Makers. Peboryon, Cornish for Bakers, makes innovative cake creations which are famous across the globe. It all started when Christine recalled the wonderful memory of her 4th birthday cake and decided… Continue reading Peboryon Cakes
Many thanks to everyone who donated to the annual Food Bank Appeal. This usually coincides with our Feast Meeting, that we were unfortunately not able to hold due to current restrictions. A whole car boot full of long life produce was delivered to the Penzance Foodbank who thanked members warmly for their support.
Did you know that you can raise money for Crowlas and Ludgvan WI funds when you shop online? With fewer of us visiting shops at the moment, Easyfundraising offers a great way to make a donation just by doing your usual shopping. There are thousands of partners, including Sainsburys, Argos, John Lewis Amazon and eBay,… Continue reading Help us raise money with Easyfundraising
A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson was January’s Book Club choice. Members met on Zoom for a lively discussion about the travel writer’s documenting of his adventures whilst undertaking the Appalachian Trail. The scores for the book ranged from six to nine out of ten, with everyone enjoying the witty writing style, the… Continue reading Book Club – January
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