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!’ ‘Thanks for making my smile the best ever

ALLY Foster is one of those larger than life individuals who leaves a substantial impression on you once you meet her.

Aged 47, from St Neot, she is full of enthusiasm for life and this is carried forward in a number of different job roles she holds, including being the top Ann Summers sales rep for Cornwall! However, what her outward personality had been hiding was an embarrassment from within, about the unsightly look of her teeth, until she decided one day to follow up on an advert. Here’s a brief insight into Ally’s journey with Changing Faces Cornwall: Q: Explain to me what didn’t you like about your smile before your treatment? A: I looked like Nanny Mcphee! With teeth all over the

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Arty will get your tastebuds tingling

By Student Journalist AS one of Falmouth’s most highly regarded chefs, I was JAMIE-ANN WALL very excited to meet Arty Williams and find out a little bit extremely hard to build myself a more about him.

Born, raised and educated in Falmouth, you can see how he manages to get the whole town’s tastebuds tingling! Head chef and owner of one of Cornwall’s leading restaurantsThe Cove, and regular cook off champion at the Oyster Festival, Arty is clearly a master of his craft. After attending Falmouth School and then going on to Camborne College, Arty decided to take a year out to explore. ‘I travelled around Australia and New Zealand, cooking and working, and drinking a few beers as well,’ he said. Not only did Arty have a amazing time seeing a little bit of the world, he also learnt a lot more about cooking and how a kitchen should be run. However, after a year away Arty soon realised there is no place like home and, in the hope of finding a head chef position in Falmouth, he was ready to launch his career. Before finally opening the renowned Maenporth delightThe Cove and back on Cornish soil, Arty opened up as head chef at what used to be the 3 Mackerels at Swanpool and then Café Citron inTruro. He said:‘Both restaurants were very successful and I worked

solid reputation.At 29 years old I had the chance to open my own restaurant. It’s challenging but enjoyable.’ Not only is the location beautiful, but the food is a cut above the rest, it’s hard not to find something you love on the vast menu. Arty competes in the annual Falmouth Oyster Festival, and having vast seafood knowledge is a certain indicator into why he wins almost every year. He is set to take the cooking podium again this year against fellow chef Nick Hodges. Arty has always been an active person, even as a lad. He said:‘I used to spend my summers sailing and my winters playing rugby.’ His number one interest (besides cooking of course) is sailing.‘I own a working boat with my dad, so two days a week I go out racing, I love it.’ It is clear to see that Arty is not a ‘relaxing’ kind of guy, non-stop working and sailing is sure to keep him busy. A previous favourite pastime for him was playing rugby. He added:‘I played for both Falmouth and Penryn, I was a Falmouth School boy at Penryn Rugby club.’ (laughs)


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LET’S see what else this talented local lad has to offer when I asked him to reveal his most quirky secrets….

Q What did you want to be when you were younger? A Well I always wanted to be a sail maker because I have always been into sailing, but I never pursued it – I still sail so that’s something. Q What are your best qualities? A I’m usually patient, I’m quite chilled out. (Going against the chef stereotype). Q What are your worst qualities? A When I decide to do something I need to do it instantly, it goes against the patience thing a little bit! (laughs) But if you’ve got to get something done then just do it. Q What’s your favourite decade and why? A Ummm, probably have to be the 80s, because of my age, all care free and just growing up. Q What is your favourite thing to do on your day off? A Go sailing generally, but in the winter probably go and have lunch somewhere nice.

Q What do you love about Falmouth? A I just like the beaches, the waterfront, the seaside element – they’re all the best things about Falmouth. Q Who is your celebrity crush? A Mmmmm that’s a tricky one, I’ve had loads of those!Trying to think... I used to like Dido and when I was really young I used to like the girls in Bucks Fizz! Q Who would you like to invite to your ideal dinner party, dead or alive? A Thomas Heller, he’s a chef, probably Russell Coops, the Americas Cup sailor, and New Zealand rugby player Graham Basher (ticking off all of his favourite things). Q What is the most daring or dangerous thing you have ever done? A I did a bungee jump in New Zealand and a skydive, yeah, it was brilliant. Q What person in history would you most like to meet? A Mmmm tricky one again, probably would be the football manager Brian Clough, he’s dead now, I did meet him once but only to say hello, so I’d like to meet him again properly.

Q If you won the lottery what would be the first thing you would do? A Oooh, I don’t know really, I’m quite content as I am.. It would probably be a boat or a car (boy’s things). Q What was the lastTV show, film or sporting event that made you cry? A Well I’m not much of a movie buff... it’s all been pretty good at the moment!We’ve been beating the Aussies, which is great. I am still upset about when we beat Australia in the World Cup Final, because I think we should have won by more! Q What was the first thing you bought with your own money? A When I got my first pay cheque I think I bought a record with it, ummm it was a Matchbox 20 hit. Bit embarrassing that I remember that really! Q What is the most embarrassing thing you have ever done? A I was doing a master class here once and instead of saying tentacles on a squid I said testicles, it went down well but it was bloody embarrassing. It was older women as well, and I said testicles twice, when I did it the second time I couldn’t believe it.

Q Which famous person would you most like to be? A Ummmm, I’m pretty content as I am. Q What super power would you most like to have? A It would be nice to fly around like Superman; yeah flying would be pretty cool I think. Q If you were invisible for the day what would you do and why? A Ha ha can’t tell you that! I’d be all over the shop!Who would I like to sneak up on the most? I would probably go to one of my favourite chef’s kitchens and just watch them for the day. Q Blondes or Brunettes? A I’ve got to say blondes. (sigh) Q What’s next for Arty Williams? A I still have a few more years here and see where we go after that really. It might be nice to have a change at some stage, but when you have got something you’re happy with it’s hard to change. I always fancy doing something else but it’s all about timing. And sometimes you don’t want to do something new and lose the reputation you have already built up.


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JUGGLING all the balls is a skill... a skill that takes practice... but sometimes all the practice in the world does not necessarily mean we won’t drop one at some stage, or maybe even drop the whole lot!

The problem we often face is whether to pick them up and try again, learn from our mistakes and do it better next time, or treat it as a failure and not learn a thing. I always say, you have only failed if you have not learnt from the mistakes you have made. I love a challenge, no matter how much I may curse the stress it can sometimes bring and curse even more when I have made a mistake, but more often than not, good has come out of that mistake... and I never make the same mistake twice! Embrace failure.Accept that choices in life, in business, involve risk and courage and sometimes it does not all go to plan. Failure is an opportunity to reflect, learn the lessons and move on. Many in business have failed spectacularly along the way, but without failure, the successes would never have arrived. So what to do when you have dropped the ball... Allow yourself room to grow and learn from mistakes. From restructuring your life or business to learning when to cut your losses, the lessons from failure will empower you to utilize alternative methods you otherwise might not have stumbled upon had you not failed the first time around. Find what works When it comes to planning, the only way to find out what is really effective is to try it, don’t be afraid to explore uncharted territory in terms of finding new ways of doing things. Give yourself permission to explore new avenues.When you feel stuck, recalibrate your approach and forge ahead. Start again If all else fails, start afresh. Regardless of which business aspect you’re working on, it’s never too late to stop, drop everything, and rework it. Begin anew if you have to. Lay a new, stronger foundation and take only what you need from your prior strategies. Evolve – mistakes yield lessons and growth. As you grow, so will your business.When your mindset evolves, it becomes inevitable that your product or service will evolve as well. Don’t think in terms of rigidity.You and your business are malleable, and when you embrace that malleability, you will reach and serve more people. You can have the best business plan in the world, a fantastic idea, oodles of marketing savvy and money in the bank, but all successful entrepreneurs know that without the right mindset you will flounder and flounder fast. Start with the end in mind.Think big, it takes just as much time and effort to set up and manage a small business as it does to create an empire! Remember when you walked in your parent’s ‘big’ shoes... they were always more exciting than your own! It’s not your baby! Women in particular tend

to place an emotional attachment on their business.They talk about it as ‘their baby’.This attachment is not conducive to growth, in fact it keeps a business small and insignificant and turns the owner into a scary, control freak! Let it go! You have created an amazing team, empower them and let your ‘baby’ become independent of you! Recognise your skill set. Know your value to the business and delegate the rest.Are you the business converter, the number cruncher or the technical genius? You cannot be all things to all people, do what you do well and let

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Introduction- include an overview of her business and lifestyle- awards ect

What did you want to be when you were younger? What drives you to succeed? What are your best qualities? What are your worst qualities? Any tatoos or piecings? What is your favourite decade and why? What is your favourite thing to do on a day off? What do you love about Falmouth? Who is your celebrity crush? What the last film, tv show or book that made you cry Have you read 50 shades of grey, if so what did you think about it? Who would you invite to your ideal dinner party dead or alive Who’s the most famous person you have ever met? Favourite quote? What’s the most embarrassing song on your ipod? What couldn’t you leave the house without? What’s your top beauty tip? Apart from Falmouth, whereas would you like to live? George Clooney or Brad Pitt? If you could be anyone, who would you be A little birdy told me you use to be a pretty good gymnast, are you still flexible? If you had unlimited money for one week how would you spend it Who do you think is the sexiest man/woman alive What is the most daring or dangerous thing you have any done What person in history would you most like to meet What is the sexiest part of a man If your life could be a movie which one would it be I

RACHEL Jones

others do the same.. you really can’t do it all! Build a brand – never underestimate how important your company name and positioning is. Competition is tough, original ideas few and far between and the only key differentiator between you and the next guy is service and brand. What is your point of difference? If your lucky enough to get a second chance at something, don’t waste it! So go on... pick up the balls and go make it happen, your life will be all the richer for it! By Rachel Jones

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Wooden Jo

Bead Jo

NAME Jo Thomas CHILDREN Two aged 12 & 8 SISTER’S NAME Amanda Jayne SCHOOL King Charles OCCUPATION Runs a craft stall

NAME Jo Thomas CHILDREN Two aged 13 & 8 SISTER’S NAME Amanda Jayne SCHOOL King Charles OCCUPATION Runs a craft stall

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WITH a friendship based on spooky similarities and bundles of laughter, the name JoThomas is not the only thing this pair of Falmouth women share.

They have both been blessed with the creativity gene and, from this, have set up their own craft and jewellery collection. Alongside the group holidays, Xfactor and takeaway nights they also attend all the craft shows as a pair and set up shop right next to each other, they are well known as ‘the Jos’ among other tradespeople. ‘Wooden Jo’ collects driftwood from local beaches and turns it into nautical collectables, boats, houses, handmade clay pebbles, hearts and fish. Jo has been mastering her craft for more than six years now, selling to many galleries and shops around Cornwall. Whereas ‘Jewellery Jo’ alongside runningThe Bathroom Shop with husband Kent, makes jewellery from fairtrade Kazuri beads which are made by a group of women in Nairobi. Jo is the only person in the UK to buy the beads in bead form so this allows her to design her beads in any way she wants, every design is different. Jo also features in many galleries and shops around Cornwall – the Jo’s usually end up in the same place!

Wooden Jo

Spooky Similarities

The pair first met in Falmouth when, by chance, they both ended up selling their work to the same shop, and in the playground at King Charles School. Alongside sharing the same name, they also both have a sister named Amanda Jayne (who they both admitted was the smart one in there families).

Bead Jo

They both have two children; ‘Wooden Jo’ has a 12-year-old and an 8-year-old. ‘Jewellery Jo’ has a 13-year-old and an 8 year old.The younger children are in the same year at school. Who’s who? Who is the funniest? Jewellery Jo – with OCD according to Wooden Jo. Who’s the kindest? Both, they were very lovely in straight away saying each other

Who’s the bossiest? Jewellery Jo – ‘She rules me,’ saysWooden Jo. Who’s the most likely to do a skydive? Wooden Jo Who drinks the most? Wooden Jo ‘I’m a regular steady drinker,’ she says. Who’s the best dancer? Neither of them sees themselves as the dancing type. Who’s the best singer? Jewellery Jo.‘Yeah I’ll take that one.’ Who’s the best cook?They both said each other! Awwww Who’s the most likely to win Mastermind? Jewellery Jo ‘Why not?’ (Laughs) Who’s the most likely to star in a realityTV show? Jewellery Jo. She adds,‘If I had to pick one it would probably be Come Dine With Me.’ Who’s the most vain? Neither. Who’s the most patient? Wooden Jo.‘That just shows our relationship; Jewellery Jo is the control freak!’ (They both laugh) Don’t forget to go and see the Jos at this year’s Oyster Festival, their collections never disappoint! Wooden Jo – jo@thewoodenfishcompany.co.uk 07737 331076 Bead Jo – kenjo_@talktalk.net 07773 175204


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Runner Bean Chutney

Ingredients

2 lbs of runner beans 1 ½ lbs of onions 1 ½ pints of malt vinegar 2 lbs of Demerara sugar 1 ½ tablespoons of cornflour 1 ½ tablespoons of turmeric 1 teaspoon of mustard powder A little salt

Method

COOK beans in salt water until tender, strain and chop. Boil onions in half a pint of vinegar until tender then chop. Add rest of vinegar, add beans, and boil for 15 minutes. Add sugar. Mix cornflour, turmeric and

mustard and add to the boiling pan. Boil for a further 15 minutes. Allow to cool and decant into jars and seal.

Often found in contemporary hotels, wet rooms are a trendy way to achieve a streamlined bathroom. But before you remodel your existing bathroom to embrace this open-plan style, consider carefully whether a wet room would make the best use of the space..

What is a wet room?

A wet room is created when the whole bathroom area is tiled or finished in the same material as the shower. There is also no tray so the floor is level with the rest of the room. Often, if the floor area is large enough, there will be no shower enclosure at all and there might not even be bathtub. Why not add some under floor heating, to give a warm feel under foot. Perhaps use a wall hung toilet and basin unit, to give the feeling of a bigger room with everything off the floor.

Is a wet room right for me?

A wet room can be a good way to make the most out of a modestly-sized bathroom as you can fit in all your bathroom components without creating awkward corners that you have to squeeze around.

Sore hips? sore joints?

If getting in and out of the bath is difficult, have you thought about taking the bath out and replacing it with a wet room or shower tray? This process is relatively quick, and would make a huge difference to you, young or old; this form of adaptation is extremely popular. If you are interested in having a free estimate from one of our team, please contact Jo on 01326 379911 or call into the shop.

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AS a child, by the end of the summer, I would have had enough of the long summer holidays, the sunburn and the sand covered sandwiches on the beach.

Autumn brought with it the expectancy of something new: a new school term, new shiny school shoes and maybe even new children in class who would become friends. As life whizzed by, Autumn remained as a marker – starting secondary school, sixth form and University – all new adventures, a little scary for the first few weeks but then exciting challenges unfold.

Autumn effect

Here atThe Core, we see ‘the Autumn effect’ within our membership. Having maybe eaten a few too many ice creams and drunk too much chilled Prosecco, many return wanting to shake off the summer indulgences and get back on it, whatever ‘it’ is! A sense of expectancy fills the air with new resolutions ranging from getting back to your weight at the start of the summer, trying a new class for the first time, getting fit and toned or shaving minutes off a personal best. The arrival of the students into Falmouth brings even more energy into the town and into The Core. Fresh goals, new enthusiasm and the opportunity for a challenge rubs off on the Core team and Core members, making it a fantastic place to come in and re-energise. So, what a perfect season is for us to announce the opening of our brand new second studio in the next couple of weeks! Complementing our current facilities of state of the art Precor Gym, personal training and suspension room and main studio, – the second studio will run classes at alternating start times to our main packed

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MY musings are usually ignored and rarely controversial, hopefully they will sometimes amuse and I am aware that as someone once said ‘today’s news is tomorrow’s fish and chip paper’ but, my wittering today is on a much more serious note, hopefully someone will read this and change their mind about the way they were about to do something.

There is a very good article in the current Veterinary Times (vol 43 –No. 47) by James Westergate about the state of puppy welfare in the UK and the effect that indiscriminate breeders have on the health of imported puppies and those bought from some unscrupulous puppy farms. This article alarmed me and so I thought I ought to try and make you the reader think too! This month I don’t intend to make you feel warm, fuzzy and James Herriotish. As a result of this article I have looked a little more closely at this subject. There is an organisation called the Pet Advertising Advisory Group. This is an organisation that wants pet sellers, websites and advertisers to have a minimum standard for offering pets for sale. It has been developed to improve the welfare of pets and to protect members of the public from the risk of ending up with sick, dangerous or even illegal animals. The standards have also been endorsed by Defra (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), and Lord de Mauley, the Minister for Animal Welfare. Here are some of the adverts they found:  Puppy offered for swap with a mobile phone.  Six-week-old Staffie puppy

beware! So why should the buyer beware? – Surely the puppy will be fine. Well is it? The Kennel Club research has thrown up some scary statistics.  More than 30% of puppies bought online or through social media did NOT have overall good health.  12% of puppies bought online or through social media had serious health problems that needed ongoing veterinary treatment.  50% of puppies bought onine or through social media had behavioural problems such as aggression.  70% did not see the pup with its mother.  82% were offered no sale contract.  69% didn’t see health certificates of the parents. The stats are worse for nonpedigree dogs. However when Nurse advice people have bought directly from the breeder and seen the If you go to your vet and have pup with its mother in its home a chat with a registered vet environment, 94% of puppies nurse they can talk to you were reported as having good about what species might be overall health. Makes you think appropriate and go on to then doesn’t it? what breed might suit you. Probably the worst way to These chats should be free and purchase a pet is mail order. hopefully you will come away This, according to the Kennel with a better understanding of Clubs research, is the second lifestyle. your suits pet what most likely way 18- to 24-yearcan life your in pet a Having olds will buy their pet – up to pets but g, rewardin be hugely 31% will choose mail order! owners that costs come with So what should you do? – need to be aware of, they There are two parts to my shouldn’t be swapped for a new advice on this. phone! Firstly: Know the legislation The Kennel Club has recently – Animal Welfare act 2006. It is done some research with the really clear (odd for legislation I results probably more shocking know but at least they got it than the adverts. One in three right this time). people buy puppies online, By law, owners must not only from a pet shop or via a prevent our pets from suffering, newspaper advert. but we must provide them with There are responsible the things they need to make breeders who use these outlets them healthy and happy – their to sell their puppies but not welfare needs. everyone who uses them is a This includes the need for: responsible breeder and  A suitable place to live ‘caveat emptor’ let the buyer

(a puppy shouldn’t be separated from it’s mother until it is a minimum of eight weeks old).  Pitbull puppy for sale – (illegal to sell in the UK).  A cat for sale in need of severe veterinary treatment due to a badly damaged eye.  Golden Retriever wanted for swap with a Chihuahua. Worrying isn’t it? According to Clarissa Baldwin, Chair of the PAAG, between 100,000 and 120,000 adverts selling pets hit UK websites every day. From a vet’s point of view, the buying of a pet should be a decision that isn’t taken lightly; where you live, how much time you can devote to your pet, can you afford to feed it? Can you afford to pay for it when it becomes ill? Have you got space for it? All are things that need proper consideration.

A suitable diet The animal to exhibit normal behaviour patterns  The animal to be housed with, or apart from, other animals (if applicable).  The animal to be protected from pain, injury, suffering and disease. If someone is cruel to an animal, or does not provide for its welfare needs, they can be banned from owning animals, fined and/or sent to prison. Secondly: A puppy contract – This was developed by the Animal Welfare Foundation and the RSPCA. It is not just for pedigree dogs and it can be used with breeders or private purchases. It is quite detailed but not too difficult. The actual contract is about seven pages long and then there is an information pack that is attached to it which is about the same length. It is comprehensive and asks all the questions you should ask. I am not saying you can’t buy a pet online or through an advert, but I am saying go and see the parents of the puppy, go and see the environment the puppy is coming from, check out the breeder and look for references. If they will not let you do any of this, alarm bells should sound. There are responsible breeders and they will let you come and look around. I hope you are still reading, sorry there are no photos or funny ending to the article. This is important. If people stop buying from bad sources they will stop breeding as there is no money in it and animal health will be greatly improved as a result and that can only be a good thing! 



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Princess Pavilions PAUL DANIELS The First Farewell Tour from Legend to Leg End! You’ll like it, but not a lot ... Doors 7pm, Starts 7:30pm tickets: Adults, £17.50 U16s £12, Seniors £15, Family £50 Wodehouse Texas Hold’em Poker night – sign on 7.30-8pm Falmouth Oyster Festival Celebrating the start of the oyster dredging season, the diversity and quality of Cornish Seafood and, in particular, the last remaining traditional oyster fishery in Europe still dredging by sail and hand punt. A cookery master-class from a celebrity chef opens the event followed by a book signing. Finn M’coul’s Moonlet and the Love Monks

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Stans Games Magic the Gathering Nights 01326 211364 Falmouth Oyster Festival The four day festival is packed with cookery demonstrations by leading local chefs, there are oysters, seafood, wine and local ale to sample along with children's shell painting, entertainment, an oyster shucking competition, a Falmouth Working Boat race and marquees brimming with Cornish produce. Prince of Wales Toilet Monsters

Saturday 12th

Princess Pavilions BLUES IN THE BAY An all day festival celebrating blues and rock music Featuring Focus, Martin Barre Band and Grainne Duffy. Doors 3pm, Starts 3.30pm standing (with some unreserved seating).Tickets £25 Falmouth Oyster Festival Taking place in the town’s Event Square, the Falmouth Oyster Festival has seen an increasing number of Cornish food and drink producers promoting their quality produce alongside the longstanding craft fair. Prince of Wales Cool as ####

Sunday 13th

Falmouth Oyster Festival Did you know? Governed by ancient laws, oystermen fishing in the Port of Truro Oyster Fishery are prohibited from using engines. Instead, sail power and hand-pulled dredges must be used. Prince of Wales Stuart O’Connor

Monday 14th

The Poly FILM Looking for Hortense (12A) The French character

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att a l l - d a y c e l e b r at i o n actor Jean-Pierre Bacri gives a pitch perfect performance. National Maritime Museum Minnows’ Tales Every Monday during term-time, 11-11.30am

Tuesday 15th

The Poly FILM Looking for Hortense (12A) The French character actor Jean-Pierre Bacri gives a pitch perfect performance.

Wednesday 16th

The Poly FILM Blackfish 7:30pm (15) A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a killer whale at its centre. 5 Degrees west Quiz night from 5pm Ocean Bowl £3 per game Finn M’coul’s Weazel Dust

Thursday 17th

Wodehouse Texas Hold’em Poker night – sign on 7.30-8pm Finn M’coul’s Kaj

Friday 18th

Stans Games Magic the Gathering Nights 01326 211364 Prince of Wales The Prevention Finn M’coul’s Jonahs Lift

Saturday 19th

Princess Pavilions THE QUIREBOYS + two band support from Bonafide + Bad Touch. Doors 6.30pm, Starts 7pm Standing. Advance Tickets £15 Prince of Wales Maximum Gain

Sunday 20th

Prince of Wales Rick and apple

Monday 21st

The Poly FILM behind the Candelabra. (15).

Tuesday 22nd

The Poly FILM behind the Candelabra. (15).

Wednesday 23rd

5 Degrees west Quiz night from 5pm Ocean Bowl £3 per game

Thursday 24th

Wodehouse Texas Hold’em Poker night – sign on 7.30 – 8.00pm Finn M’coul’s The Guise

Friday 25th

Princess Pavilions FALMOUTH BEER FESTIVAL from 11am –

11pm General admission is £4, CAMRA members £2.50. Optional admission £10 (includes glass, programme and token starter pack). No advance Tickets available. Stans Games Magic the Gathering Nights 01326 211364 Prince of Wales Shot gun Spooky Tours Pendennis Castle Tours at 6.30 & 8pm. Especially for Halloween (Over 16s only). Finn M’coul’s Shameless

Saturday 26th

Princess Pavilions FALMOUTH BEER FESTIVAL from 11am – 11pm The Poly MUSIC Gerard & the Watchmen 8pm. Rising Stars of the UK’s Alternative Folk Scene Prince of Wales Scarecrows Pendennis Castle Spooky Halloween Trail 10am to 4pm. Find the creepy clues hidden around the Castle grounds and solve the challenge to win a terrible treat! Spooky Tours Pendennis Castle Tours at 6.30 & 8pm. Especially for Halloween (Over 16s only). Finn M’coul’s Bear Knuckles Blues Band

JONAS LIFT: WIll be at Finn M’coul’s on Friday 18th FLAMBOYANT: Behind the Candelabra is on at the Poly on the 21st & 22nd

Sunday 27th

Prince of Wales Graham Hart

Monday 28th

The Poly FILM Before Midnight Dir: Richard Linklater – USA – (15) Pendennis Castle Ghosts & Ghouls challenge 10am to 4pm. Creepy crafts, spooky activities and ghost hunting galore!

Tuesday 29th

The Poly FILM Before Midnight (15) Pendennis Castle Ghosts & Ghouls challenge 10am to 4pm.

Wednesday 30th

Princess Pavilions BIG COUNTRY With a show uniquely crafted for Falmouth. Starts 8.30pm Standing Advance Tickets £20 The Poly THEATRE Cube Theatre presents Freddie Dare & The Ginger Robber 2pm. 5 Degrees west Quiz night from 5pm Ocean Bowl £3 per game Pendennis Castle Ghosts & Ghouls challenge 10am to 4pm.

HALLOWEEN: Keep an eye out for all the SPOOKY goings on at Pendennis Castle throughout October leading up to Halloween on October 31st

Thursday 31st

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Wherever you spot a bright blue Pursee, you can save money Pursee the pound sign loves saving money, so he has joined the Wave team and every month he will help you to spot vouchers, savings, money off and exclusive deals by sitting on the adverts which can save you money. What’s more, we are going to run a reader competition every month. All you have to do for your chance to win £10 is count the correct number of bright blue Pursees in the Wave and fill in the form below. Every month one lucky reader will be drawn at random from correct entries to win the cash prize

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Film review

SLIMY SPEEDSTERS The snails racing in Turbo

ADDICTION Gwyneth Paltrow in Thanks for Sharing

EXPOSING SECRETS The Fifth Estate

What could be faster than a speeding snail?

Turbo

A FREAK accident might just help an everyday garden snail achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500. Release Date: 18/10/13

Thanks For Sharing

DIRECTED and co-written by Stuart Blumberg,Thanks for Sharing follows the lives of three friends who meet while attending 12-step meetings to help treat sex addition. Tim Robbins is Mike, a leader in the sex-addiction community whose 20-something son has turned up at home after months away and is struggling with substance issues. Mike’s sponser is Adam (Mark Ruffalo, a guy who has gone six-years in the programme without falling off the wagon). He starts a relationship with Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow), and finds it difficult after going so long without sex to have it be part of this new relationship. They befriend an obnoxious young doctor (Josh Gad) whose addiction is ruining his medical career. Thanks for Sharing screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. Release Date: 04/10/13

The Fifth Estate

TRIGGERING our age of high-stakes secrecy, explosive news leaks and the trafficking of classified information,WikiLeaks forever changed the game. Now, in a dramatic thriller based on real events, the film reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century’s most fiercely debated organisation. The story begins as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg team up to become underground watchdogs of the privileged and powerful. On a shoestring, they create a platform that allows whistleblowers to anonymously leak covert data, shining a light on the dark recesses of Government secrets and corporate crimes. Soon, they are breaking more hard news than the worlds most legendary media organizations combined. But when Assange and Berg gain access to the biggest trove of confidential intelligence documents in US history, they battle each other and a defining question of our time: what are the costs of keeping secrets in a free

society-and what are the costs of exposing them? Release Date: 11/10/13

The To Do List

Starring: Aubrey Plaza, Johnny Simmons, Bill Hader,Alia Shawkat, Sarah Steele, Rachel Bilson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Donald Glover, Scott Porter, Andy Samberg, Connie Britton and Clark Gregg FEATURING an all-star comedy cast The To Do List is a comedy about close friends and a special summer project, loosely inspired by the real-life adventures of first-time writer/director Maggie Carey. Set in 1993, valedictorian Brandy Klark wants to shed her uptight image before college, so she assembles a to do list of all the ‘activities’ she missed out on in high school. Quickly realising that shes way out of her depth, Brandy solicits her best friends, older sister and burnt-out boss for their help and advice. If the group is going to complete the list by September they’ll need plenty of imagination and very open minds. Release Date: 04/10/13


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The whispering ghost “PAUL, wake up. Wake up.” Paul opened his eyes. His five-year-old sister was standing next to his bed. Morgan’s eyes were wide and she was holding her stuffed pink pig. Moonlight spilled through his window. Paul’s comic, the one he was writing and drawing all by himself, lay next to him. He had fallen asleep while thinking of what to draw next. “What’s the matter, Morgan?” “I can’t sleep. It’s too noisy in my room.” “Noisy? Why?” Paul rubbed his eyes. “There’s a ghost in my room and she keeps whispering to me. She’s keeping me awake.” Paul sat up. A whispering ghost? At 12 years old, Paul knew this needed investigating. They tiptoed down the dark hallway to Morgan’s bedroom. The door was closed. “I closed it so the ghost couldn’t go away,” explained Morgan. Paul looked down the hallway at the door of their parent’s bedroom, wondering if he should wake them up. Morgan opened the door to her room and went inside. “Come on,” she whispered, as usual not afraid of anything. Paul gulped and reached inside the door and found the light switch. Morgan’s room filled with soft light from her bedside lamp. Paul looked around at the toys, books and stuffed animals. “I don’t hear it,” he said. “Her,” corrected Morgan. “She’s a her.” “How do you know?” “Because I’m a girl and this is my room.” Paul didn’t think that made sense but he knew better than to argue. “Well, anyway, I still don’t hear anything.” “Maybe she’s afraid of you.” Paul didn’t think that made sense either. Ghosts are supposed to scare people, not the other way around. He decided to wait in Morgan’s room and see if the ghost would come back. Paul turned off the lamp and sat in the rocking chair while Morgan snuggled into bed with her pink

pig. The room was dark and Paul could hear the ticking of the clock downstairs. Paul was falling asleep when he heard a soft whispering sound. It came from near the bookcase, in the darkest part of Morgan’s room. Morgan also heard the whispering. “Paul, can you hear her?” “Yes, I can. Hold still.” Paul got up and tiptoed over to the light switch and turned it on. The room filled with light again. But there was no ghost to be seen and the whispering stopped. Morgan sat up. “Ghosts don’t like light.” Morgan decided to sleep in Paul’s room for the rest of the night. Paul helped her carry her blanket and pillow and she made a bed on the floor. Morgan went to sleep right away, holding her pink pig. Paul lay awake in the dark, unable to sleep and wondering about the whispering ghost he in Morgan’s room. Paul hurried to Morgan’s room the next morning to investigate. Her bedroom looked normal in the morning sun. He looked at the bookcase where the whispering had come from. Nothing looked out of place. On the shelves were rows of books and shells and pinecones and a jar filled with sticks and leaves where Morgan’s caterpillar was sleeping inside a cocoon. “I told you, ghosts don’t like light,” said Morgan, standing in the doorway. “We have to wait until night to hear her again.” Paul thought about that. He looked over at the window with its thin curtains that filtered the strong morning sunlight and he had an idea. Paul took a folded blanket from the foot of Morgan’s bed, then moved the rocking chair next to the window and tried to stand on it. That didn’t work because the chair rocked too much. Paul went to his room and brought back his desk chair and put it in front of Morgan’s window. He stood on the chair and lifted the blanket and tucked one end into the curtain rod and then he got down from the chair. The blanket covered the window and blocked all the light.

Paul made one more trip to his room. He came back with his flashlight and closed the door to Morgan’s room, shutting out the light from the hallway. The room became dark. Morgan clapped her hands. “Oh good, now we can talk to the ghost. We can ask her what her name is.” “Shhh!” said Paul and he sat in the rocking chair and waited while holding his flashlight and staring in the direction of the bookcase. Soon the soft whispering began again. Paul aimed his flashlight at the bookcase and turned it on. The round spot of light danced across the bookcase but no ghost was there. Yet the whispering continued. “Maybe she’s invisible,” said Morgan from where she sat on her bed with her stuffed animals. Paul got up from the rocking chair and went to the bookcase, keeping his flashlight aimed at where the whispering was coming from. As he got closer, the light reflected off the glass jar on the shelf, the jar with the caterpillar’s cocoon. Paul saw something moving inside the jar and he bent down to look. There was a large moth inside the jar with long, narrow wings! It was fluttering against the sides and top of the jar, trying to get out. That’s what was making ghostly sounds! The moth’s wings were light green and there were two spots on them that looked like eyes. It stopped moving when it saw the light from Paul’s flashlight and closed its wings. Morgan got off her bed and came over. “It’s so pretty,” she said. Paul’s mother knocked on the door and came in. “Why is it so dark in here?” she asked. “Morgan’s cocoon hatched,” said Paul. “Look, it turned into a moth.” Their mother bent down to look. “My, how beautiful it is.”

a spooky children’s story

“I thought it was a ghost,” said Morgan. “She was talking to me.” Paul went to his room and got his Big Book of Bugs. It was his favorite book. He put it on the floor and flipped through the pages. “Look, here it is.” He showed his mother and Morgan. “It’s a Luna Moth.” That evening, as the moon rose over the roof and peeked through the backyard trees, Morgan and Paul brought the jar with the moth in it outside and set it on the grass as their mother and father watched. Paul loosened the top on the jar and Morgan lifted it off. Then Morgan and Paul walked back across the wet grass to where their parents were standing. Together they watched the moth. The big, green moth flexed its wings twice and then, in a magical moment, it flew up out of the jar and into the air. Higher and higher the moth flew with moonlight shining on its wings and then it disappeared into the night. “Goodbye, Moth!” called Morgan and she waved. “Goodbye, Moth,” whispered Paul and that night he started writing a new chapter in his comic book, a chapter about a mysterious, whispering ghost.

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