Friday: Arrival in Plymouth (20.30) and drive to Dawlish c. 22:00 Saturday: Mayor Reception at 10:30 at The Manor House Tour of the town and judging of the shops window displays Sunday: At Leisure 1900 Reception at The Ley Arms Monday: Tour to Dartmoor, Princetown, the Prison Museum and Plymouth 1930: Arrival at Millbay Docks for the overnight Ferry to Roscoff
A two day event. Tickets £7.50 (£6.00 in advance) Under 16s free. For details or to book visit www.tobygardenfest.co.uk.
Meet a famous bear over these two days, follow the teddy trail and win a prize. Included in admission.
A music recital in the fabulous Music Room. For details and tickets call 01626 890243
7.30pm £3 at the door to imclude refreshments. HEALING AVAILABLE at 645pm - 715 and 845pm - 915 Guiding Light is 'Not for profit' supporting local charities. Our Spiritual evenings are held at 'The Hedley Way Centre'. Follow the brook from the town to the main car park near the rear of the Hospital. We are just over the bridge in the Manor Gardens on the corner of Brook Street. ...
Peter serves churches and centres all along the south coast. Before becoming a medium Peter was an entertainer on stage...so we can expect a fun evening! "Spirit comes with love and laughter, to give evidence that our loved ones never leave us. They know what is going on in our lives always" Peter Langhorn This will be on 13th May in a week when we do not have our usual Tuesday evening. 7,30pm ...
CLAIRVOYANT EVENING ON FRIDAY 15TH MAY AT 7.30 P.M. WITH DAWN LODGE & TINA CORNS. Dawn is a Psychic Artist who is directed by her Spirit Guides to draw portraits and give messages relating to the picture and the person for whom the picture is being drawn. It is fascinating to watch as the lines and shading progress to form a completed picture. Our entry fee of £2.50 goes towards Church Funds ...
Captain Jack and the crew from 'Rusty Pocketwatch' are looking for crew members earlier this year!
For details and tickets for the music recital call 01626 890243
A play by Constance Cox Directed by Don Beesley.