On the afternoon of Wednesday 21 June 2017 a party of 20 Friends visited the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro. We had a very informative guided tour and the opportunity to view the exhibits including the Poldark and WW1 displays. After the…
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On Wednesday 14 June 2017 the Friends had the pleasure of hosting a visit of 35 Friends from Salisbury Cathedral. Their visit commenced with a cream tea in the Chapter House Restaurant where the Dean welcomed the group before they had a presentation…
On Thursday 4th May, a party of 33 Friends visited The Cornish Mill and Bakehouse at the kind invitation of David and Sara Boscombe. We were shown the workings of the equipment at the mill followed by a delicious pasty lunch in their farmhouse…
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On 28th February, the Friends' fundraising event took the form of the Dean interviewing Donna Birrell who presents, and produces, the Saturday and Sunday Breakfast programmes for BBC Radio Cornwall where she is also Religious Affairs Producer. …
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The Friends enjoyed a party, hosted by Roberta Evans, which consisted of an excellent buffet supper prepared by Marilyn and her staff, followed by readings from David Ivall and Keith Sparrow. Keith also sang a couple of songs accompanied by…
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On Wednesday 23 November, a cold and dry day, 26 Friends travelled to Exeter to visit the Cathedral and Christmas market on the Green. We had coffee and biscuits in the Chapter House on arrival, where we were joined by our Chairman, Chris…
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