St Mabyn Village News

News from the village of St.Mabyn in North Cornwall...

Monday, October 21, 2013

Haywood Farm Sunday Cider Social

A great afternoon down at Haywood Farm see lots of photos here

Garden Club

Wednesday 13th November  - a talk on Growing Herbs for the Kitchen by “Yellow Book” gardener Mike Stephens of Coombegate Cottage nr Liskeard.   
7.30 in St Mabyn Village Hall.
Members, would-be members and visitors  are all very welcome.


Due to heavy demand for tickets, the St Mabyn Players' production of 'Allo 'Allo will extend for two further nights and will now include Thursdays 12th and 19th December.

Tickets cost £8, which will include our usual delicious pasty supper, dessert and tea/coffee.   As usual, tables for eight may be booked in advance and over 18s are welcome to bring their own alcohol.   If you do not wish to miss an opportunity to enjoy this extremely popular comedy then please contact Audrey Cooke 01208 841607 as soon as possible.

Saturday, October 19, 2013


When international mezzo soprano Maria Jagusz and company (MJ-UK) performed a series of concerts in North Cornwall, including St Mabyn church, during August, each venue was packed to capacity before delighted audiences. Concert promoter, David Hudson, is now pleased to announce that Maria has agreed to perform a further concert in St Minver church on Sunday 17th November at 8pm. On this occasion she will be joined by special guests Dan Holley and Megan Yates (MJ-UK) who will perform “Songs My Mother Taught Me” - an evening of your favourite songs from the great classics and musicals.
This promises to be yet another fabulous evening in the company of these highly acclaimed performers so early booking will be necessary as numbers are limited.
Interval drinks will be available by donation.
Tickets £10. Enquiries and tickets Audrey 01208 841607 or from St Minver Post Office, Newslines Rock and Cole, Rayment and White Wadebridge.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Against solar and wind power?

For those villagers who are against solar and wind power this blog might be of interest.
Cornwall Protect

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Rainbow over St Mabyn

Monday, October 14, 2013

Missing Cat

Has anyone seen a tabby cat by the name of Florence in the Kelly Park area? Missing since Saturday. Please contact Andy with any news

Friday, October 11, 2013

St Mabyn Mistletoe Fair

The St Mabyn Mistletoe Fair Saturday 7th Dec 12 noon until 4pm
in the Village Hall, St Mabyn.

It’s that time of year again when we appeal for your support to ensure that this event to raise funds for the upkeep of our Village Hall, is a success.

Would you like to run your own stall?
Could you volunteer to help out on the day?
Have you any ideas to make the Fair an even better event .
We would welcome your involvement in this community fund-raising event.
If you would like to have a table (£12 p.t  contact Helen on 841342 at the earliest.   As always we are interested in diverse crafts which will make ideal presents.
Further details from Helen on 01208 841342

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

The Curious Bartender

The Curious Bartender is a fabulous new book about cocktails written by Tristan Stephenson who attended St Mabyn Primary School.

Click for more details about the book

Monday, October 07, 2013

Summer Paintings and The Twilight Project

An exhibition of contemporary landscape paintings by local artist Andrew Jago begins on Thursday 17th of October at Rock Village Institute.

This show will bring together work completed during the summer months and include paintings relating to the theme of the twilight hour.

Saturday, October 05, 2013

Haywood Farm Sunday Cider Social

'Sunday Cider Social', 20th October, 2-6pm, Hog roast and live music from 'Sue White' and folk friends. The Honey House, Haywoood Farm, St Mabyn. £5 to include first drink. For any more details please call Tom on 07919 182196. Good food, cider and music, simples!

Thursday, October 03, 2013

Pencarrow Cricket Club

Missing summer already...we are at Pencarrow Cricket Club!

An idyllic estate ground in East Cornwall, the PCG is one of the oldest and most picturesque cricketing venues in the County.
Having been one of the first cricket clubs formed in Cornwall, Pencarrow CC built a strong side comprised mostly of the estate workforce. Pencarrow followed a trio of Wadebridge District League titles with entry into the fledgling Cornwall Cricket League in 1929.
Having folded some 2 decades earlier, Pencarrow CC were re-formed and re-admitted into the Cornish League during the 1980s.
The team enjoyed consecutive promotions and won a County Final in the mid-nineties. A 2nd XI, launched in the late nineties, was soon forced to withdraw, but youngsters from that team inspired the 1st XI to another era of success. 
A New Era
Pencarrow won the Division 5East title and County Final in 2005. Having been relegated for the first time since reformation after 3 years in Division 4 in 2008, PCC narrowly missed out an immediate return in 2009.
The club has recently attracted a number of new faces and achieved successive promotions in 2012, winning the County Final and 2013, with the Senior side now playing in Division3East. The time is right to improve, develop, grow and sustain cricket at PencarrowCC, so why not join us and share our success.
We are looking for players, supporters, grounds staff and basically anyone who is keen to help us in developing our club, we're very welcoming so why not get in touch.
For more info:
Call/text Oliver on: 07970507109
Visit our website:
Follow us on Twitter: @pencarrowarrows

Pencarrow Cricket Club is affiliated to the Cornwall Cricket League.

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