Tremayne Hall Community Centre

Lemon Hill, Mylor Bridge, Cornwall TR11 5NA   Email:
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Tremayne Hall
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January 2024

Events in 2009 (most recent at top)

22 Dec
Lunch Club Christmas dinner with carols. Click here to see pictures
16 Dec
Mylor Singers Christmas Concert.
12 Dec
B.A.T.S. (Blind At Sea) Coffee morning. Books, DVD of activities, big raffle.
8 Dec
Lunch Club Christmas concert. Click here to see pictures.
7 Dec
Christmas Lights Switch-on and Refreshments. Click here to see pictures.
5 Dec
Friends of St Mylor Christmas Market. Click here to see pictures.
28 Nov
Coffee morning to launch a DVD The Film of Mylor 2008 made by Penryn Video Editing Club and Mylor Local History Society. Excerpts were screened and presentations were made. Click here to see pictures.
25 Nov
Mylor Movies - Morris - A Life with Bells. A record capacity audience saw dances performed on stage by various groups before watching a very entertaining film. Click her to see pictures.
24 Nov
Book Group - 'Small Island' by Andrea Levy. 12 people had a very interesting discussion about this book and look forward to the next meeting in the new year. Click here to see poster.
21 Nov

History Group Talk - Footpaths of Cornwall by Peter Robinson. An enchanting account of a remarkable walk round all of Cornwall's coast paths with photographs, sound effects and music held a good sized audience spellbound.

21 Nov
Christmas Gift Fair (including Mylor Made) - Locally made quality goods. Refreshments available all day. Well attended in spite of the rain. Click here to see some pictures.
7 Nov
An evening of song with Kay Deeming - special guests, The Men of Good Fortune.
Click here to see poster
31 Oct
Mylor Movies - Cheri (15) with Michelle Pfeiffer, Kathy Bates, Rupert Friend. Directed by Stephen Frears. A lovely film enjoyed by a disappointingly small audience.
31 Oct
1 Nov
Persian Rug Sale (Pope Room) by John Moss - who also sells teak garden furniture on a regular basis at the Tremayne Hall.
29 Oct
The Singing Bones - The Devil's Violin Company.
A timeless tale of secrets and lies, of love and hate - a captivating storyteller tells a gripping, suspenseful story. Violin, accordian and cello accompany the tale with a haunting melody.
21 Oct
Spanish classes began. Click here to see more details.
20 Oct
Book Group - preliminary meeting. Contact Jean Webster 01326 377179. An enthusiastic group was formed and the programme was planned, as on the poster. Click here to see poster.
16 Oct
History Group Talk - The history of Culdrose by Ian McKay. Well attended and most enjoyable.
12 Oct
IT Workshops - Come and meet Dinah and hear about the workshops she is running. Click here to see poster with more details of future classes.
10 Oct
Cornwall Film Festival - 12 short films from around the world were screened and the audience then voted for their favourite. A small audience but much enjoyed by those who came.
Click here to see poster
7 Oct
Credit Crunch Clothes Swap - A successful trial run. We plan another in January and hope to make it a quarterly event.
3 Oct
Gilbert and Sullivan - The Sorcerer. Click here to see poster
A comic opera performed by The Kenwyn Barton G & S Singers. A very successful evening which attracted a full house. We hope to have another concert next Autumn.
3 Oct
Introduction to Colour - Colour workshop by Janet Hunt. A one-day interactive, fun & inspirational workshop. Pope Room. Contact 01326 375639. See activities page for more details.
29 Sep
Julia Goldsworthy MP - Falmouth & Camborne constituency surgery. All electors welcome for private consultation. Pope Room.
26 Sep
Mylor Movies - Doubt (15) with Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams, Viola Davis. Directed by John Patrick Shanley (and based on his own stage play).
A tough, wonderfully acted story of tensions in the Church following the Vatican Two reforms. A very rewarding drama. All the above stars were nominated for Oscars.
12 Sep
Flower Festival Kernow - A celebration of all things Cornish by Mylor Flower Club. Click for pictures.
7,8 Aug
Art Exhibition by Mylor Art Group.
25 Jul
Mylor Goes Digital - A final presentation with a question and answer session on the imminent switchover to digital TV in the area. Free refreshments. A modest but interested audience.
18 Jul
Mylor Movies - The Young Victoria with Miranda Richardson, Emily Blunt, Paul Bettany, Rupert Friend. Director Jean-Marc Vallée. An excellent audience and a wonderful film.
10 Jul
First writing workshop - Creating effective characters by Kath Morgan.
27 Jun
Mylor Movies - The Reader (15) with Ralph Fiennes, Jeanette Hain, David Kross, Kate Winslet. Director Stephen Daldry. A beautifully produced and memorable film.
Our new blackout now ensures excellent technical presentation.
19 Jun
The Sea Show by The Squashbox Theatre - a quirky and crazy mixture of puppet show, natural history programme and comedy cabaret! Well supported.
6 Jun
Mylor Ladies Choir Concert We'll Meet Again - A mixture of popular music based on a 40's theme, commemerating the 65th anniversary of D-Day. Click here to see pictures.
4 Jun
Polling station for European and Council Elections in the Pope Room.
30 May
Mylor Movies - Vicky Cristina Barcelona (12A) with Rebecca Hall, Scarlett Johansson, Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz. Director Woody Allen. A lovely film and a good and appreciative audience.
27-30 May Art Exhibition by Centenary Centre Society of Art and Crafts. Work by Cornish artists and crafters. Click to see pictures.
16 May
History Group Coffee Morning. Click to see pictures.
2 May
Christmas Lights Coffee Morning.
28 Apr
Thank you presentation to Sarita and Chris Perkins Click to see pictures.
26 Apr
Mylor Movies - Slumdog Millionaire (15) with Dev Patel, Anil Kapoor, Saurabh Shukla. Director Danny Boyle. A good sized and appreciative audience for a really magical film.
21 Apr
History Group visit to St Agnes Museum. Click to see pictures.
17 Apr
Bingo - First session. Click to see pictures.
9 Apr
Mylor Movies - Mongol - The Rise of Genghis Khan (R) with Tadanobu Asano, Amadu Mamadakov. Director Sergei Bodrov. A disappointing audience for a breathtaking film.
28 Mar
Coffee morning in aid of Mylor Bridge Bowls Club.
27 Mar

Mylor Movies - Man on Wire (12) with Philippe Petit as himself. Director James Marsh.
Only one word will describe it - breathtaking!

25 Mar
Travel Talk - Australia by Mike Taylor.
A fascinating DVD followed by a most interesting question and answer session.
20 Mar
History Group Talk - Sailing barges of the river Fal by Mike Grose. £3 including refreshments. A very entertaining and interesting lecture with excellent slides.
14 Mar
Liberal Democrat - Coffee Morning and Grand Book Sale. Julia Goldsworthy MP and the Falmouth and Truro PPC Terrye Teverson will be in attendance.
5 Mar
St Piran's Day - Click to see the flag flying bravely
28 Feb
Mylor Movies - Brideshead Revisited (12A) with Matthew Goode, Ben Whishaw, Hayley Atwell. Director Julian Jarrold. A really beautifully atmospheric and moving film enjoyed by a good audience of nearly 50.
Based on Evelyn Waugh's 1945 classic British novel, Brideshead Revisited is a poignant story of forbidden love and the loss of innocence set in England prior to the Second World War.
27 Feb
History Group Talk - Chacewater and Newquay Railway by Clive Benny. A beautifully presentation with excellent pictures and some wonderful movie clips illustrated the fascinating story of a very successful railway that is now sadly overgrown and obliterated, apart from the short stretch that forms the Lappa Valley railway.
21 Feb
Digital TV switchover presentation - Free refreshments and the opportunity to find out about the digital switchover and what help is available. Sponsored by Age Concern and DigitalUK.
18 Feb
Travel Talk - Curry in Kerala by John Barrett. A holiday in SW India.
Pope Room - Outstanding photographs and a very enjoyable and personal talk attracted a good and appreciative audience.
30 Jan
Mylor Movies - Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (PG) with Frances McDormand, Amy Adams, Clare Clifford, David Alexander. Director Bharat Nalluri. About 50 people enjoyed a real feel-good film and all came out smiling.
23 Jan
History Group Talk - Shipwrecks around the Lizard by Brian Sheriff. A fascinating talk with some wonderful photography using two projectors to give panoramic views of the coast.
21 Jan
Travel Talk - Dogs in France by Michael Jeans-Jakobsson. The first of what we hope will be a series of illustrated talks by local people on their travels.
This one was about a caravan holiday with two dogs in Brittany.

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