Carn to Cov - Tangram Theatre Team Viking

Team Viking

Five years ago, James's best friend Tom was diagnosed with heart cancer and given three months to live.
His last wish was to be given a full Viking burial.
This is the remarkable, hilarious, heart-lifting and outlandish story of how James actually gave his best mate the send-off he wanted.
Featuring live music, side-splitting anecdotes and an actual Viking helmet, Team Viking is a comic ode to death and friendship, which won the Vaults Festival Origins Award and was a runaway hit at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016.
Tickets are available via Cornish Riviera Box Office


Spring Show 2019


Open for entries 10-12am, judging 12-2pm, public viewing and refreshments 2-4pm


Price of entry 50p, or three entries for £1.00



1. A flowering camellia stem.

2. A bridesmaid bouquet 8 inch diameter maximum

3. A flower arrangement for an Easter dining table

4. A potted cactus or succulent

5. Three stems of herbs



6. A Raisin Malt Loaf from this given recipe:


8 oz. plain flour

1\4 level tsp. salt

1 oz. soft brown sugar

5oz. seedless raisins

2 oz. golden syrup

2 tbsps. malt

1\4 pint milk (approx.)

1 level tsp. bicarbonate of soda.


Set the oven temperature: warm (325F, 160C, Fan 140C gas mark 3)

Grease and line an oblong cake tin about 8 1\2 by 4 1\2. inches.

Sift the flour, salt, sugar and bicarbonate of soda;add the raisins.

Melt the syrup and malt in half of the milk.

Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and pour in the milk mixture.

Gradually work in the dry ingredients, adding more milk if necessary to give a

sticky, stiff consistency. Put into the tin and bake in the middle of the oven

for 1-1 1\4 hours.

Keep for 24 hours before serving sliced and buttered.


7. Four Gluten Free Cheese Scones

8. A roasted Vegetable Quiche (Vegetarian)

9. Your Favourite Cake

10.Four Easter biscuits



11. A jar of jam (1lb/500gm) approx

12. A jar of marmalade (1lb/500gm) approx

13. A jar of chutney (1lb/500gm) approx

14. A jar of jelly (1lb/500gm) approx

15. A citrus curd (1lb/500gm) approx

16. A flavoured spirit in a bottle of your choice





17. 3 Large brown eggs

18. 3 Large white eggs

19. 3 Large any other colour egg

20. 3 Brown bantam eggs

21. 3 White bantam eggs

22. 3 Any other colour bantam eggs





23. 3 Duck eggs

24. 3 Goose eggs



25. Of a Hen egg

26. Of a Bantam egg

27. Of a Waterfowl egg



28. Our mining heritage

29. People at work

30. A rear view

31. A Sancreed landmark

32. A black and white portrait



33. A limerick describing your village or town

34. A handmade Easter card

35. A handmade tote bag

36. An appliqué seascape using any medium

37. A patchwork place mat

38. An A4 advertising poster for Sancreed using any medium

39. A brooch in any medium



40. An Easter garden on a plate

41. A decorated hen or duck's egg

42. 3 decorated Easter biscuits (maybe bought biscuits)

43. A photograph entitled 'Spring has sprung'

44. 'You've made it'. Any piece of art or craft work to be roughly the size of A4


1 - The exhibit must of course be all your own work - minimal help from granny allowed.

2 - You can enter as many times as you like in as many classes as you wish - the more the merrier.
3 - Please label your exhibit with a title (not your name), for the cookery classes give the key ingredients and for preserves please include the month and year it was made.
4 - We will tell you where to display your exhibit, but may need to move it around later as more entries arrive.
5 - we won't necessarily give a prize for every category.
6 - If the exhibit does not fit the schedule it may be disqualified - for example if you put bacon in your roast vegetable quiche.

Christmas Fair

EVERYONE WELCOME Join us at our delightful Christmas Fair on Sunday 2nd December 2018. 10 AM TO 1PM.

Gifts with a difference, mulled wine, mince pies, teas,coffees etc

More information coming soon

100 Year WW1 Commemorations

Please join us, everyone is welcome



Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers is backing a government project inviting all bell ringers to join the nation in marking the end of the First World War by ringing together on Remembrance Sunday.

Ringing Remembers, which is run jointly by the Big Ideas Company and the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers, is aiming to get 1,400 people ringing church bells on the centenary of the Armistice, the number of bell ringers lost in the war.

In Sancreed the local community plan to gather to mark the passing of 100 years since the end of WW1 at 12.30-12.45pm on Sunday, November 11, and the bells of Sancreed Church will be rung to coincide with the nation’s tribute as thousands march past the Cenotaph in London.

Church bells all over Cornwall and the rest of the country will be rung at this time in remembrance of those who have lost their lives in all conflicts. Teas and Coffees will be served at the Mary Williams Hall just south of the church from 11.45am and everyone will be welcome, religious or otherwise.

People will then gather at the war memorial for 12.30pm.

If you would like to read a non denominational and non judgemental piece, remembering those lost in the two World Wars and all the other conflicts please send an email to: 


Supported by the parish Church and the Sancreed Viilage Hall Committee