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Trust Founders' Day Dinner in aid of ACE
Saturday 26th November 2005
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Hypatia Trust, based in Penzance, holds an annual dinner at their home, Trevelyan
House, 16 Chapel Street. This year they decided to use the event to raise some
money for ACE.
evening had a Greek theme and ACE have received a cheque for £272.
A coffee morning was held at Point House, Point, near Feock, on Wednesday 23rd
November 2005, by courtesy of Jill and Nick De Sausmarez.
over £700 was raised for ACE.
Evening of Cabaret and Magic
Royal British Legion, Bolitho Road, Heamoor,
on Friday 11th November 2005
Brotherhood of Magicians
Ladies Award Winner
British Juggling Champion
committee member, Roger Drew, who is also a professional entertainer, put together
this fundraising evening, together with some of his show business friends.
large audience enjoyed an evening of humour, skill, and magic, and over £550
was raised for ACE.
Club Quiz Night
Rotary Club held a Quiz Night at The Logan Rock Inn, St. Levan on Monay 17th October
about £200 for ACE.
are very grateful for their support.
by The Perraners
St. John's Church, Penzance
27th September 2005
is very grateful to The Perraners who gave an excellent concert which
raised £325 for the funds.
unaccompanied, the group performed some of their repertoire of Cornish folk, traditional
and pub songs, under their musical director, Ian Marshall. Ian also gave
a memorable rendering of The Barley Mow.
concert also included
Nicholas, who sang several operatic numbers. He also painted 3 pictures during
the evening which were auctioned at the end of the concert.
Harry who told Cornish stories and accompanied Cyril
Murray, the 82-year-old honky-tonk pianist, who stole the show
are also grateful to the members of the Youth Club at St. John's who assisted
throughout the evening.
Gardens in Newmill
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On 19th June
2005 seven private gardens in Newmill village were opened to the public.
a beautiful sunny afternoon a large number of people enjoyed the gardens and purchased
plants, wooden garden items, books and bric-brac items.
Most of them completed their tour with a Cornish cream tea.
was raised for ACE.
Marathon Cycle Ride
Matt Barnes is a 19-year
old from St. Ives, and he rode his bicycle the length of Britain from John O'Groats
to Lands End in July 2005. He stayed overnight in hostels and the distance he
cycled was 1,000 miles.
raised money for ACE through sponsorship.
a friend, who rode for another charity called 'Hand In Hand', he travelled from
Cornwall by train to the north of Scotland. They began their ride south on 4th
July and arrived at Lands End on 23rd July.
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