Helston young farmers swap ploughs for play
11:40am Sunday 3rd February 2013 in News
Members of Helston and St Keverne Young Farmers’ Club enjoyed a return to their childhood for the evening with a visit to an activity centre.
The group were able to act like big kids in the play area of Raze the Roof in Penryn, as well as challenge each other to laser tag.
The bar was open for refreshments and a good time was had by all.
On Saturday members travelled up to Trethorne Game and Country Park in Launceston to take part in a competitions evening.
Members took part in competitions such as pool, dodgem driving, bowling, pub quiz and a speaking competition called ‘Just a Minute’.
Tomorrow, Thursday, members that are involved in the drama production will be performing it to the rest of the club as a final practise before the competition this weekend. The drama evening kicks off at 7pm on Saturday at St Ives Guildhall and there will be two other performances by clubs from the west side of the county.
There will be another round on Sunday, with three other dramas performed by clubs from the east side of the county.
At the end of all of the performances the judges will decide which three productions will get through to the next round, which will take place on Saturday, February 9 at St Johns Hall in Penzance.