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Flower festival, teas and a classic film to raise funds for churches
1:00pm Sunday 1st September 2013 in News
A flower festival, teas and the showing of a classic film will all help raise money for three churches in the Grade Ruan parish next week.
All the celebrations will take place on Saturday, September 7 raising funds for the churches of St Ruan, St Grade and St Mary’s at Cadgwith.
Flower arrangements will laid out in St Ruan Church, in the centre of Ruan Minor next to the primary school.
These will all have a connection to theme of ‘Move Magic’ and can be seen between 10am and 4pm.
During these times Angela Thomas, former opera singing landlady of the Halzephron Inn at Gunwalloe and now living in the village, will open up her garage as a tearoom for Mrs T’s Teas.
After a three-hour break in the evening, the church will then reopen at 7pm for a showing of the film The Railway Children, featuring none other than Jenny Agutter who has a house on the outskirts of the village and whose father lives within Ruan Minor itself.
Pat Palmer, who is part of the organising committee, said: “We are trying to raise money for the churches. We have got three to look after, so we’re constantly having to come up with new ideas all the time.”
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