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Start: 11:07
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After almost 50 years of service, the last Sea Kings flying in the UK, are retiring

Sea King Mk7

A 'Farewell Flypast' by this historic aircraft and where in the region you will get to see it

Don’t forget to take your lunch outside tomorrow and turn your eyes to the sky.

On WEDNESDAY 19th SEPTEMBER, 849 Naval Air Squadron will fly their Sea King Mk7 helicopters on a ‘Farewell Tour’ of Devon and Cornwall - the last flying UK military Sea King helicopters.

The aircraft will leave RNAS Culdrose at 1100 and land back in Helston three hours later. A map with approximate timings is below.

We are really looking forward to seeing your pictures and videos. Please share them to this page if you can!

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09 / 21
Start: 16:25

The mobile library stops at Angarrack this Friday - at the Angarrack Inn car park

It's free to join the Mobile Library
There is a lift for easier access. 

Well worth a visit!

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09 / 30
Start: 18:00

Special services are conducted for Harvest Festival – morning service at 11am and an evening service at 6pm. This always takes place on the last Sunday in September.

The celebrations continue on Monday evening at 7pm with Songs of Praise followed by Pasty Supper and sale of surplus produce.

Start: 19:30

100 Club Prize Draw last Sunday of the month for 10 months.

Prizes are £25 or a pair of cinema tickets every month.

The winning numbers will be published on this website.

10 / 1
Start: 19:00

Harvest Festival celebrations continue on Monday evening at 7pm with Songs of Praise followed by Pasty Supper and sale of surplus produce.

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10 / 5
Start: 18:30
Sorry, this has had to be CANCELLED due to circumstances beyond our control, please signup for a different date..

Thank you! to all those that have helped in providing Angarrack with its first Defibrillator. The response to the village collection was astounding.

The first on is on the side of the Angarrack Inn, if you need it call the ambulance 999 and they will give you the code.

The village's spirited generosity has sparked interest in a few other funding streams and we are hopeful to get at least one more in the very near future.

Start: 19:30
Talks are held on the first Friday of each month at The Passmore Edwards Institute, Hayle at 7.30 pm. All are welcome.

Old Cornwall Society talks 2018/2019:

    5th Oct, Testing Times in Cornwall by Peter Channon.
    2nd Nov, Humour in medicine and Surgery by Keith Harrison.
    7th Dec, How it all began by Mr Rodda.
    4th Jan, Social evening.
    1st Feb, Mining in Ancient Europe by Julie Wileman.
    1st March, On the Helston Railway by Ken
    5th April, Cornish Ranges by John Woodward
    3rd May, Arsenic production and use by Kingsley Rickard.

10 / 6
Start: 10:30
End: 11:00

Steam trains over Angarrack about 10:45 am

Leaving from Plymouth our train is hauled by 60103 Flying Scotsman over the Tamar Bridge then through Cornwall to Penzance. After a break in Penzance, of approximately 2 hours we return diesel hauled to Plymouth.This trip will be diesel hauled on the return journey.

Estimated Timings Outward Return
Plymouth 0900 1500
Penzance 1100 1300

 

10 / 7
Start: 10:00
End: 14:00
As the Flying Scotsman is due to pass through the village this Saturday morning, we have decided to change the 'lights' day to Sunday 7th October and meet at 10 am in the square. Please could you pass this info on to anyone you think may be able/likely to come and help.
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Start: 14:00

Angarrack's fortnightly hobby afternoon takes place today between 2pm and 4pm at the Angarrack Community Centre.

Come along and bring something that you enjoy doing - for example, knitting or sewing - or just come along for a chat and a cup of tea and biscuits!

Outings.

£2 per session. All welcome.

Start: 18:30

Thank you! to all those that have helped in providing Angarrack with its first Defibrillator. The response to the village collection was astounding.

The first on is on the side of the Angarrack Inn, if you need it call the ambulance 999 and they will give you the code.

The village's spirited generosity has sparked interest in a few other funding streams and we are hopeful to get at least one more in the very near future.

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Start: 10:00
End: 14:00
Due to Storm Callum, moved from Saturday to Sunday..

Elf callout - Sunday (14th) morning 10am please! at the crossroads... Tea, Coffee... Bacon & Veggie sarnies.

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10 / 19
Start: 10:00

Angarrack's fortnightly coffee morning takes place today between 10am and noon at the Angarrack Community Centre.

Everyone very welcome. Come along and have a chat!

Start: 16:25

The mobile library stops at Angarrack this Friday - at the Angarrack Inn car park

It's free to join the Mobile Library
There is a lift for easier access. 

Well worth a visit!

Start: 18:30

Thank you! to all those that have helped in providing Angarrack with its first Defibrillator. The response to the village collection was astounding.

The first on is on the side of the Angarrack Inn, if you need it call the ambulance 999 and they will give you the code.

The village's spirited generosity has sparked interest in a few other funding streams and we are hopeful to get at least one more in the very near future.

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