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Santa's  are  coming  to  town....are  you?    

There  won’t  be  just  one  Santa  coming  to  town  in   Falmouth,   but   a   whole   sea   of   them!   Cornwall   Hospice  Care’s  4th  annual  Santa  Fun  Run  is  back   on   14th   December   and   even   bigger   than   ever   with   up   to   1000   'jolly   old   souls'   taking   to   the   streets   of   the   town   as   part   of   'Super   Santa-­‐Day'   raising  money  for  the  cause.         Men  and  women,  boys  and  girls,  young  and  old  –   everyone  is  welcome  to  join  'Team  Santa'  in  this   festive   fundraiser.   You   can   choose   to   run,   jog   or   walk  along  the  route  and  there  is  a  choice  of  1.5   or  3  miles  to  take  on,  with  kids  in  buggies  as  well   as  4  legged  friends  very  welcome.   Sign  up  and  you  will  receive  a  free  Santa  Suit!    

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Join   us   for   a   mince   pie   and   hot   drink   after   the   fun   run   to   continue   the   merry  making  and  join  in   the   Santa   themed   fun   around   town   taking   place   for   'Super   Santa-­‐ Day'   Spaces   are   limited,   so   advanced   registration   is   recommended.     Sign   up   now,   just   £10   for   adults   and   £5   for   children,   plus   this  year  why  not  take  on   the  'Raise  £20.13  in  2013   Challenge'   to   support   local   charity   Cornwall   Hospice   Care.   All   the   funds   raised   from   this   event   will   go   directly   to   this  cause.       For   further   information   contact   Rose   on   01726   66868   or   via   email   :   rwiltshire@cornwallhos pice.co.uk.     Sign   up   now   at   http://www.cornwallho spicecare.co.uk/Help/ev entschallenges/cornwall -­‐hospice-­‐care-­‐ events/santa-­‐fun-­‐runs  

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A  FALMOUTH  CHRISTMAS  

Christmas  in  Falmouth  is  a  special  time.  With  loads  of   events   planned   from   Santa  Fun   Run   and   the   Live   Nativity,   to  FREE      parking  on  the  late  shopping  evenings,  do   support  YOUR  town  this  year!   THURS  28TH  NOV  THE  BIG  CHRISTMAS  LIGHTS  SWITCH  

 

ON  &  CHILDREN’S  PARADE Expect  singing  from  Falmouth's   schoolchildren,  dancing,  a  Lantern  Parade  (leaves  Events  Square  5.30pm)  arriving  on  The  Moor  for  the  lights   switch-­‐on  at  7.00pm  

28TH  NOV,  5TH,  12TH  &  19TH  DEC  -­‐  FROM  5.00PM  FREE  CAR  PARKING  FOR  ALL  THURSDAY  LATE  

 

NIGHTS Park  in  any  of  the  Cornwall  Council,  Maritime  Museum,  Custom  House  Quay  car  parks  for  free  from   5pm  onwards  courtesy  of  the  Falmouth  BID,  no  tickets  required!  

 

28TH  NOV,  5TH,  12TH  &  19TH  DEC  FALMOUTH  LATE  NIGHT  SHOPPING With  FREE  car  parking,  a   traffic  free  environment,  Santa’s  Grotto,  street  entertainment,  bands,  choirs  and  markets,  make  sure  you  get   to  Falmouth  on  Thursdays  during  Christmas!    

28TH  NOV,  5TH,  12TH  &  19TH  DEC  SANTA’S  GROTTO  Organised  and  managed  by  Falmouth  Fire  Brigade  

and  located  on  the  Old  High  Street.  In  conjunction  with  Falmouth  late  night  shopping.  For  venue  and  further   details  see  www.falmouth.co.uk   THURS  5TH  DEC  RNLI  CAROLS  ON  THE  QUAY  –  EVENTS  SQUARE All  monies  raised  for  a  great  cause  so   head  on  down  to  Events  Square  to  join  in!  Two  sessions  6.00-­‐6.45pm  and  7.15-­‐8.00pm.   SAT  7TH  DEC  CHRISTMAS  CARNIVAL Gather  outside  the  Brewery  Yard  at  12.45pm,  leaving  the  Old  High   Street  at  1.00pm  led  by  the  Falmouth  Marine  Band.  People  of  ages  welcome  to  join  the  fun,  walking  through   the  town  to  Events  Square.  Children  to  be  accompanied  by  an  adult.  Tel:  01326  212895  

 

 

28th  NOV,  5th,  12th  &  19th  DEC  (MARKETS  ON  ALL  LATE  NIGHT  SHOPPING   EVENINGS)  CHRISTMAS  MARKETS  We’ve  got  markets  galore!  Head  up  the  Old  Brewery  Yard,  Old  High  

Street  for  a  collection  of  stalls  within  the  courtyard  including  hot  cherry  beer,  roast  chestnuts  and  a  hog  roast.   Then  make  a  beeline  for  Bell’s  Court  for  a  Mexican  themed  market.  Ole!   THURS  5th,  12th  &  19th  DEC  6-­‐7pm  CHRISTMAS  WORKSHOPS  On  the  December  late  night  shopping   evenings.  Fun  for  all  the  family  at  Falmouth  Art  Gallery!  Come  along  and  make  a  Christmas  inspired  gift  or   decoration.  FREE,  all  ages  are  welcome.  6.00-­‐7.00pm.  

SAT  14TH  DEC  SUPER  SANTA  -­‐  DAY  SANTA  RUN  Cornwall’s  largest  Santa  run!  Pull  on  your  free  Santa  suit   and  join  hundreds  of  other  Santa’s  walking,  jogging  or  running  through  the  town.   Starting  at  1.00pm.  Registration  £10  adults,  £5  children  in  aid  of  Cornwall  Hospice   Care  www.cornwallhospicecare.co.uk   SUN  15TH  DEC  LIVE  NATIVITY  Experience  the  Christmas  story  played  out  along   the  town's  main  streets.  Starting  at  Events  Square,  culminating  on  The  Moor  with   carols,  the  nativity  scene  and  animals  including  sheep,  goats  and  a  small  pet  area.  Times-­‐1.00pm-­‐4.00pm  TBC  

 

16TH   -­‐31ST   DEC  CHRISTMAS   TREE   FESTIVAL 39  trees  decorated  by  schools,  shops,  churches  and  charities.   All  Saints  Church  weekdays  10.00am-­‐7.00pm,  Sunday  2.00p-­‐4.00pm.  FREE  admission  and  parking.   TUES  24TH  DEC  HARMONY  CHOIR  One  of  the  highlights  of  the  Christmas  period  with  choirs  from  across   Cornwall  gathering  in  Falmouth  to  sing  Christmas  carols  along  the  main  thoroughfare  as  they  have  done  for   over  100  years.  Leaves  Watersports  Centre   10.30am  finishes  approx.  1.00pm  on  The  Moor     FOR  ALL  CHRISTMAS  INFO  -­‐   WWW.FALMOUTH.CO.UK  FUNDED  AND   ORGANISED  BY:  

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68A:Will run hourly from Monday to Saturday during the daytime. Journeys will operate from Falmouth Moor via Trescobeas and Conway Road to Budock Water and then via the current 35 route to Mawnan Smith and Helford Passage.

Affecting the following routes in the Falmouth area from 3 November: Service 2/2A

Camborne - Falmouth

Will be simplified to an hourly service between Penzance and Falmouth via Helston from Monday to Saturday during the daytime. Evening and Sunday service will be two hourly between Helston and Penzance and hourly between Goldsithney and Penzance. This service will no longer operate via Perranuthnoe – a new service 13 will now serve this village.

This service continues largely unchanged. However on Monday to Saturday daytimes, alternate journeys hourly between Redruth and Camborne will serve Weeth Road, as a 41A (currently served by service 40). The 41B will no longer serve Mabe Burnthouse in the evenings and on Sundays.

Service 35

Helston - Falmouth This service will be split into two separate services; the 35 and 68A. Service 35 will operate between Helston and Falmouth via Gweek, Constantine, Lamanva Cross and direct to/from Falmouth. The Sunday service will be withdrawn for the winter. For journeys between Helford Passage and Falmouth via Mawnan Smith please refer to service 68A to the right.

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Service 41/41B

Penzance - Helston - Falmouth

Services 67/68/68A/68B

Falmouth town services

These Falmouth town services will be replaced by new services. Services 68/69/69A and now wholly supported by Cornwall Council and serve some areas served by the 400 which is being withdrawn: 68: Will run hourly from Monday to Saturday during the daytime. Journeys will operate from Falmouth Moor and either via Swanvale or Swanpool and Pennance Mill to Golden Bank, Swans Reach, Longfield, Swanvale returning to the Moor.

69: New service in part replacing service 400 between Mylor Bridge/Flushing and Falmouth operating via Old Hill. 69A: New service in part replacing service 67 between Mabe, Penryn ASDA and Falmouth operating via Greenwood Road and Old Hill.

To view timetables for these routes please and further information visit www.firstgroup.com/cornwall For regular updates on First services in Devon & Cornwall... Follow us on Twitter @FirstBus_Devon Like us on Facebook, search ‘First in Devon & Cornwall’

Service 88

Newquay - Truro - Falmouth The timetable remains similar to that introduced from 29 September, except that only limited journeys will operate via Ponsanooth and Perranwell.

Service 400

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Truro - Mylor - Falmouth This service is being withdrawn and replaced by local services in Falmouth (please see details for services 68/68A/69).

Service U1

Falmouth University/University of Exeter Penryn Campus - Falmouth The timetable and route for this NEW service introduced from 29 September has been altered slightly to add extra journeys. It will continue to run up to every 15 minutes from Monday to Friday during undergraduate term time. Correct at time of print 15/10/13

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TRESCOBEAS SURGERY Every day we hear how hard pressed the NHS is. A&E, Out of Hours and the GP Surgeries are undoubtedly all feeling the effect of increased demand and reduced budgets. To ease this at Trescobeas we promote a partnership with our patients; you help us to deliver the level of service we want to provide to you. If you have time then you could join either the Patient Participation Group who give us the patient perspective and enable us to prioritise our efforts, or the Friends of Trescobeas. This latter group fund raise for specific pieces of medical equipment and have just raised enough money to buy an INR blood testing machine that will enable us to do the test and give the patient the result and advice in the same consultation. This will greatly improve care for some of our more vulnerable patients. However, we appreciate that not everyone has time and therefore there are other ways you can help. We strive to deal with our patients problems as soon as we can and so if possible ask you to ring before 1030. That way we can concentrate our call handling efforts and tailor our Doctors appointments accordingly. Urgent problems are always afforded same day Doctors consultations but by working with our patients we now offer the same for over 90% of non urgent problems. This is one of the highest in the country. Continuity of care is really important to us and so it is always better, if possible to wait for the Doctor dealing with your problem. An earlier appointment with a new Doctor does not always give you best care. To enable us to communicate with our patients and give them appointment reminders we offer a free text message service. Simply give us your mobile number. Similarly I do e-mail our patients our termly news letter. Again to receive this all we require is your e-mail address.

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Andy McNair

Mum & Baby Mornings

'Learn once, learn well'

Building & Maintenance

New builds Extensions Renovations Plastering Groundworks Fencing Decking General Maintenance For more information Tel: 01326 316986 Mob: 07540 088962 Email: amcnairbuilder@aol.com

Invictus Christm as Event 14th Decem ber 2013 Maritime Museum

Live band - The Shirts. Other entertainment details to follow

Reduced rates for new students! From £7.50 per hour Weekly Music Lessons Group £12.50 Per Hour Private Ensemble £18 Per Hour (see website for online packages)

www.kernowmusicschool.com

Every Tuesday and Friday. Come in for great coffee and all the homemade bakes with easy pram access. A free small bake for children and toys to play with!

VOGUE

H A I R D R E S S I N G 51 K I L L I G R E W S T R E E T , F A L M O U T H . T R 1 1 3 P W

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Without it we wouldn't be here Biodiversity Is best described as variety of life on earth, referring to a wide variety of ecosystems, habitats and even genes. The foundation for life on earth, biodiversity is key for functioning ecosystems so therefore it is essential for us to exist. Take a coral reef for example: The biodiversity of a coral reef is one of the highest in the world and it is a truly unique and wonderful habitat, making up 1% of the earth, however coral reefs contain 25% of the earthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biodiversity. Not only this, 500 million people across the globe are dependent on coral reefs in some form or another for their livelihood. It is believed 20% of coral reefs have already been wiped out or are in a state of disrepair. Even more shocking, 70% are being destroyed or under a great threat. If the reefs were all destroyed the economic effects would be seen on a global scale. This 1% could be the difference as to whether life is able to exist or not, yet we as a race are destroying it at a rapid pace. According to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, between 5 and 30 million species are on earth when only 1.7-2 million species have been formally identified, yet all the species on earth are what facilitates life to exist. The benefits of biodiversity are endless but also truly essential. Biodiversity is what establishes us as a species and also guarantees food and energy security. If biodiversity was depleted further, it would affect our health and also reduce the food availability we have and fundamentally require. This shows just how key to life biodiversity truly is yet we still continue to destroy it. Biodiversity encourages an increase, in terms of variance, to the gene pool, which allows certain species to adapt and become prepared for climate change. These species are adapting to the changes humans have inflicted, however adaptation takes time, time these species do not have. Ecosystems have a value of between $16-$64trillion and this is essential for life. If we were to lessen the extent of biodiversity we would deplete this value, which means that biological diversity should be a major concern of all world governments. After all without it we wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be here. The winning article from a competition between 2nd Year students on the extended diploma course in Marine Biology and Ecology, Falmouth. By Sophie, Kerry, CobiJayne, Cameron, and Anthony. Tutor Rachel Green.

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TR11 Regular Church Programmes & Services:

The  Harbour  Church  a  lively,  informal  

A fresh expression of church in the heart of Falmouth's harbour area. Meeting each week at the National Maritime Museum. All welcome. Sunday meetings start at 10.30AM for coffee. To find out more about the church and other events/mid week meetings visit the website www.theharbourchurch.co.uk or email info@theharbourchurch.co.uk Alternatively telephone 07595676272 The Harbour Church is an Elim Church, a member of the Evangelical Alliance and a registered Charity.

church  that  has  been  meeting  at  the  Maritime   Museum  in  Falmouth,  since  September  2010.   More  information  about  up  and  coming   activities  can  be  found  on  the  Harbour  Church   website  -­‐  www.theharbourchurch.co.uk   or  our  Facebook  page  -­‐   https://www.facebook.com/groups/143186305 716695.   We  are  currently  running  two  Alpha  courses,   one  for  students  at  Tremough  and  one  in  the   town;  we  also  have  mid-­‐week  groups  that  meet   in  and  around  town.  We  have  a  regular  Friday   prayer  get  together  and  always  have  a  wide   range  of  age  groups  in  attendance  at  the   various  events  we  hold.  We  also  hold  a   quarterly  live  worship  event  called  Vertical  in   various  locations  in  Falmouth  -­‐  see   http://verticalmeeting.org  for  details  of  the  next   one  -­‐  we  currently  have  cd  in   production  -­‐  due  for  release   during  November.  For  more   information  please  contact   info@theharbourchurch.co.uk.  

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ST   MARY   IMMACULATE   -­‐   Killigrew   Street,   Falmouth   01326   312763   Our   regular   Mass   times   are   6.30   pm  

Sats  and  10.45  am  Suns,  there  are  also  weekday  Masses  -­‐  subject  to  change   FALMOUTH  PARISH  CHURCH  OF  KING  CHARLES  THE  MARTYR  -­‐  Regular  Services   st nd th rd th Sun   8.30  am  Holy  Communion  10.30  am  Sung  Eucharist  on  1 ,  2  and  4  Suns,  Sung  Matins  on  3  and  5   Suns  6.00  pm  Sung  Evensong  Thurs  10.30  am  Holy  Communion   THE   SALVATION   ARMY   -­‐   Falmouth   Temple   Corps,   Brook   Street,   Falmouth,   TR11   3RJ   Corps   Officers:   Lieutenants  Alison  &  Mark  Godwin  Tel:  01326  314567.  Our  weekly  programme  consists  of  Mon  -­‐  5.30-­‐7.30  pm   -­‐  Pasta  Night  (all  welcome)  Come  and  enjoy  a  bowl  of  Pasta  and  coffee  for  £1  Tues  -­‐  10:30  am  Coffee  and  Chat   followed  by  Community  Lunch  at  12.30  pm  A  two  course  meal  with  tea  and  coffee  for  £3.50  Tues  -­‐  1.45pm   Home   League   (A   ladies   fellowship   meeting)   Wed   -­‐   9.30   to   11:30   am   Parents   and   toddlers   (£1.50   per   family)  Wed  -­‐  5.30  to  6.45  pm  Kid  Zone  -­‐  Fun,  Games,  Music,  Craft  and  Christian  Teaching  for  Primary  school   age   (Years   1-­‐6)   50p.   Tuck   shop   extra   Wed   -­‐   7.00   pm   to   8.15   pm   is   Nexus   (Youth   Venue)   Games,   Music   and   Chat   for   Senior   School   age.   (Years   7   to   11)   50p   Tuck   shop   extra   Thurs  -­‐   10:30   am   Coffee   and   Chat   followed   by   Community  Lunch  at  12.30  pm  A  two  course  meal  with  tea  and  coffee  for  £3.50  Thursday  -­‐  Evergreens  at  2pm   (Entertainment   and   fellowship   club   for   the   Over   60s)   Sat   -­‐   various   coffee   mornings   Sun   -­‐   Worship   Services   10.30  and  5.30pm   EMMANUEL  BAPTIST  CHURCH  Western  Terrace,  Falmouth,  TR11  4QJ  Tel:  01326  315249   nd Mon   P&T   9.30-­‐11.30am,   Aerobics   6.30-­‐8.30pm,   weight   watchers   5.30-­‐7.15pm,   WI   2   of   month   7.30-­‐9.30pm.   nd th st rd Tues  P&T  9.30-­‐11.30am,  Memory  Café  (2  &  4 )  1.30-­‐4.30pm,  craftea  (1  &  3 )  2-­‐4pm,     Brownies  5.45-­‐7.15pm.     Wed   P&T   9.30-­‐11.30am,   Leys’   Gospel   Group   10am-­‐12.30,   CORE   12.30-­‐2pm,   Shallal   Dance   5-­‐6.30pm,   WEA   Deaf  Signing  Class  2-­‐4pm,  Scouts  7.30-­‐9.30pm,  Children  Theatre  5.15-­‐7pm.     Thurs  Bounce  Dance  4-­‐7pm,  Kidz  Klub  3.15-­‐4.30pm.     Fri  P&T  9.30-­‐11.30am,  CU  Breakfast  7-­‐9.45am,  Beavers  5-­‐6.30pm,  Youth  6.30pm.     Sat  Todlins    9.45  -­‐10.30am,  Torch  1st  Sat  of  month.     Sun    Service  10.30-­‐12.15ish                       BUDOCK  PARISH  CHURCH  Churchtown,  Budock  Water,  Falmouth,  TR11  5BZ  Tel:  01326  376422:   nd th st rd Sunday   Services:   Holy   Communion   8.00am   every   Sun,   10.00am   2   and   5   Sun   and   6.30pm   1   and   3   Sun   st nd monthly.   Morning   Prayer   10.00am   1   Sun   of   Month.   Evening   Prayer   6.30pm   2   Sun   of   month.     Morning   rd th Worship   10.00am   3   Sun   of   month.     Family   Communion   10.00am   4   Sun   of   month.   Songs   of   Praise   or   th equivalent  6.30pm  5  Sun  of  month.  Weekday  Services:  Mon,  Tues,  Thurs  9.00am  Morning  Prayer  and  Weds   10.30am  Holy  Communion.   FALMOUTH  NEW  LIFE  CHURCH  (AOG)  -­‐  Dracaena  Avenue,  Falmouth,  TR11  2EG  Tel:  01326  313004   Sunday  Live  (Worship)  –  10.30am  Wednesday  Prayer  and  Praise  –  7.30pm.  All  welcome.   FALMOUTH  METHODIST  CHURCH  Killigrew  Street    Falmouth,  TR11  3PG  01326  211549.   rd th Sunday  service  commences  at  10.30am  3  Nov  Cafe  style  with  Deacon  Michelle  Legumi.  10  Nov     th th Remembrance  Sunday  Pastor  Mike  Ely.  17  Nov  Rev.  Mark  Liddicoat  Holy  Communion.  24  Nov  The  Falmouth   th Methodist  Worship  Group.  Mid-­‐week  communion  Thurs  7  Nov  10.30am    Rev.  Celia  Phillips.  Our  regular   th coffee  mornings  continue  on  Thurs  and  Fris.  Wed  6  Nov  Coffee  morning  in  aid  of  Samaritans  10am  to  12   th th noon.  Wed  6  Nov  Men's  Fellowship  7.30pm  Mr  Paul  Langford.  Wed  13  Nov  Wednesday  Welcome  2pm  to   rd th st 4pm.    Sat  23  Nov  Falmouth  Methodist  Christmas  Fayre  10am.  Sat  30  Nov  Circuit  Craft  Fayre  10am.    Sun  1     Dec  RNLI  Christmas  Concert  with  Pendennis  Brass  and  Holman  Climax  Choir  7.30pm.  Cards  for  Good  Causes   th until  6  Dec  on  sale  in  the  foyer  10am  to  4.30pm. All  Methodist  Churches  in  TR11  or  near,  service  times:  Flushing  6pm,  Mawnan  Smith  11am,  Mylor  10.30am,   Penryn  10.30am,  Trenoweth  which  meets  in  Mabe  Village  Hall  10.45am   FALMOUTH   UNITED   REFORMED   CHURCH   with   TRINITY   BAPTIST-­‐Berkeley  Vale,  Falmouth.  Tel:01326   312878.  Church  Minister-­‐  Rev.Colin  Biggs.  Tel-­‐01326  319953.  Our  weekly  programme  consists  of  Tues  0930-­‐ 11.30-­‐Parents  and  Toddlers  Club.  Thurs  10-­‐11.30am  Coffee  morning.  Fri  7-­‐8p.m  Music  Group  practice.  Sunday   worship  service  -­‐10.30a.m.  Holy  Communion  service  is  on  the  first  Sunday  of  each  month.  

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Your Postcode -Your Community TR11 WHAT’S ON CALENDAR NOVEMBER 2013 Alex Horne Lies is performing at the Poly on November 1st at 8pm (http://thepoly.org/whats-on/all-shows/) Nick Harper is playing at Miss Pea Pods on November 2nd at 8pm (http://www.misspeapod.co.uk/woson.php) Kitty Gubins Vintage Flea Market has two dates (November the 16th and 30th) at the Women's Institute in Falmouth (https://www.facebook.com/kittygubbins) Budock Feast Night Concert with the Lemonnaires at Budock Village Hall Tuesday 19th November at 7:30pm- tickets £4 including pasty supper - tickets available at Budock village shop or call 01326 372697. st Thursday 21 November, 2.30-4.30pm Brian Moore & Summercourt Singers. Friend of the Princess Pavilion & Gardens Guildhall & friends present...An evening on Motown, northern soul and classic tracks Saturday 23rd November at The Guildhall in St Ives Tickets are £5-00adv from www.crbo.co.uk Tickets are £6-00 on the door Doors at 8-00pm until late. Fully licensed bar. Music will be spun by local resident DJ's Tuesday 26th November we have another Telltales at Dolly’s. The theme will be “Home” Bi-monthly night for readers, writers and listeners. Short stories, novel extracts, poetry or prose. Come along and listen - all ears welcome.

Regular TR11 Clubs, Classes, Meetings

Little Treasures Parent & Toddlers: Emmanuel Baptist Church, Western Terrace Falmouth. 01326 315249. Karen Lewis. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Fridays 9.30am-11.30am Toy Library at Budock Water Parent & Toddler Group 9:30am - 11:30am Budock Water Village Hall contact The Park Centre on 01326 312493 The Falmouth Dementia Action Alliance THANKS FOR THE MEMORY, sessions are held on the first and third Tuesdays each month, from 10:30 for 2 hours at Emmanuel Baptist Church, Western Terrace, Falmouth, £2.50 per session to cover costs. Contact 07570 808677 for further information, or by e-mail, mylorbridges@gmail.com 14 week beginners Art Class Wednesdays 10-1pm or 2-5pm. Drawings, Watercolours & Acrylic. 01872 519443. Crafthandy Village Hall, Near St Day, TR8 'Angelic Meditation group' Fridays 10-12pm £5. In Falmouth call Theresa on 07708565820 www.unityofheart.weebly.com Saturdays - Pendennis Youth Training Band, Budock Village Hall, Lower Room. 10.30am-12pm. For Young People & Experienced players welcome. Lessons provided if required. Arthur Allen 01326 315585

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Daytime Music Activities for Young Children

Sing, Clap & Read Music, with Hannah & her Magic Flute Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 12:30pm at Kernow Music School, 3 children per group (ages 3-5yrs) Classes 30 minutes duration Intro Package £24 for first four intro classes (£6 per lesson) Call to Book: 01326-741-270 Book online: www.kernowmusicschool.com

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November is a month of garden housekeeping, with yet more leaves to clear and add to the compost heap, faded herbaceous plants to cut back (but leave those with good seedheads or form for winter interest), roses to prune to prevent wind rock and the last opportunity to plant your bulbs - tulips are happy to be planted this late. You can also dig up borderline hardy plants like dahlias, cannas and begonias and plant them in pots in dry compost in a greenhouse or dark dry place. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re happy to take the risk of leaving these plants in the ground then give them a good covering of garden compost to keep any frost from the tubers. Looking forward, however, you can order and plant bare root roses - the David Austin catalogue is so tempting - and the choice of plants is much bigger when bought direct from the grower. Despite the plants looking like dead sticks when they arrive they spend the winter establishing roots and grow off with a burst in the spring. In fact November is a good month to plant bare root trees, shrubs and hedging - plants are very much cheaper when bought bare root and establish well but beware: plants must be put into the ground as soon as you receive them and should not be allowed to dry out.

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Flowering plants for November

Salvia elegans - the pineapple sage really does smell of pineapple and is quite a tall growing perennial (1.2-1.5m)which spends all summer growing & bursts into flower at the end of October, lasting often into December with intense red flowers which brighten up the dullest days AND you can garnish your salad with the flowers! Nerine bowdenii - this is the most amazing & unexpected candy pink flower in late autumn. It grows from crowded bulbs, the leaves appearing in the spring then dying down, before the flower stalks appear from nothing in October, flowering into November. It looks tender but is hardy but prefers a sunny dry spot without competition from other flowers - the bottom of a house wall is perfect NOVEMBER 2013

FALMOUTH HEIGHTS ABOVE CHART DATUM High Water

Date

Morning

Low Water

Afternoon

Morning

Afternoon

Time

m

Time

m

Time

m

Time

m

1 2 3 4 5

F SA SU O M TU

03 16 03 56 04 36 05 18 06 01

4.7 5.0 5.1 5.3 5.3

15 30 16 11 16 54 17 39 18 23

4.9 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.2

09 41 10 28 11 13 11 56 00 16

1.1 0.8 0.6 0.5 0.4

22 05 22 50 23 34

0.9 0.6 0.5

12 39

0.4

6 7 8 9 10

W TH F SA SU d

06 45 07 29 08 15 09 08 10 12

5.3 5.2 5.1 4.8 4.6

19 09 19 55 20 45 21 45 23 00

5.1 4.9 4.7 4.4 4.2

00 58 01 39 02 21 03 08 04 06

0.5 0.6 0.8 1.1 1.4

13 20 14 02 14 48 15 41 16 47

0.5 0.6 0.9 1.1 1.4

11 12 13 14 15

M TU W TH F

11 27 00 22 01 34 02 32 03 19

4.4 4.2 4.3 4.5 4.8

12 45 13 53 14 48 15 35

4.4 4.6 4.7 4.9

05 17 06 38 07 58 09 03 09 56

1.6 1.6 1.4 1.1 0.9

18 06 19 27 20 36 21 32 22 20

1.5 1.4 1.1 0.9 0.7

16 17 18 19 20

SA SU O M TU W

04 00 04 38 05 14 05 50 06 26

4.9 5.0 5.1 5.1 5.1

16 17 16 57 17 34 18 10 18 44

5.0 5.0 5.0 4.9 4.9

10 42 11 24

0.7 0.6

00 19 00 51

0.7 0.8

23 03 23 43 12 03 12 38 13 11

0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.8

21 22 23 24 25

TH F SA SU M e

07 00 07 34 08 08 08 47 09 37

5.0 4.9 4.7 4.6 4.4

19 17 19 51 20 29 21 15 22 13

4.7 4.6 4.4 4.2 4.1

01 21 01 47 02 13 02 44 03 25

1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8

13 40 14 07 14 34 15 09 16 00

1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8

26 27 28 29 30

TU W TH F SA

10 36 11 40 00 25 01 31 02 29

4.3 4.3 4.1 4.3 4.6

23 18

4.0

12 47 13 51 14 48

4.4 4.6 4.8

04 25 05 42 06 57 08 04 09 03

1.9 2.0 1.8 1.6 1.2

17 11 18 28 19 36 20 37 21 31

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Supporting Homes, Small Businesses and Primary Schools throughout Cornwall Services provided include: Â&#x2021; PC and Laptop repairs Â&#x2021; Sales of new and refurbished hardware Â&#x2021; CCTV specialist (remote viewing RIKRPHRURIÂżFHRQDFRPSXWHU smartphone or iPad) Â&#x2021; Wireless networks Â&#x2021; Data cabling Â&#x2021; Provision of internet services including Superfast Broadband Monthly IT maintenance contracts available; contact us for further details: Tel: 01326 312664 Mobile: 07771 347848 Email: info@gyllycomputers.co.uk Web: www.gyllycomputers.co.uk

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Cornwall wetrooms is a wetroom specification and installation specialist with a focus on first class customer service. Whether you’re looking to convert your bathroom to level access, to address mobility issues, or simply to add a touch of luxury and elegance to your home, your wetroom will be designed and installed to match your exact needs.

We are proud to deliver wetroom solutions that not only enhance our customers’ lifestyles but also increase the value of their property. If you’d like to speak to us about what we can offer, get in touch to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.


November 2013