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Category: Event

Start your summer with a double date

Added on May 24, 2017, in Event - BABA

Atlantic Reach near Newquay and Pentewan Sands near St Austell are holding playdates in support of The Cornwall Birth and Baby Appeal. Here are two dates for your diary to kick start your summer of fun.

A date with ‘Gin and Jazz’ in aid of The Cornwall Birth and Baby Appeal

Added on May 3, 2017, in Event - BABA

A date with ‘Gin and Jazz’ in aid of The Cornwall Birth and Baby Appeal on the 4th May at Penventon Hotel and Spa.

Cornwall Baby Fair gives support to appeal

Added on March 28, 2017, in Event - BABA

The Cornwall Baby Fair taking place in Falmouth on Sunday 9th April will be one of the first fundraising events raising funds for

Jacqui runs marathon for mermaid centre

Added on March 16, 2017, in Event - Events / RCHT Charity

Jacqui Martin from St Austell has been awarded a place in this year’s London Marathon and has decided to run for Royal Cornwall Hospitals Mermaid Centre.

2 lifelong friends, 2 cancer diagnoses and 1 treatment centre

Added on February 20, 2017, in Event - RCHT Charity

Mandy Norton and Kathryn Carey joined forces to raise £2,152 for the Mermaid Centre at Royal Cornwall Hospital.

Run David, Run!

Added on February 15, 2017, in Event - RCHT Charity

David Ralls, a member of St Austell Running Club, has won a place in this year’s London Marathon! The club was awarded two places …

St Austell Running Club donate £500 to Royal Cornwall Hospitals Charity

Added on February 15, 2017, in Event - RCHT Charity

Once a year Imerys Minerals Ltd (Imerys) open the Cornwall China Clay Industrial Land to give a unique running experience.

24 hour Cycle for Cancer and Surgery funds

Added on February 13, 2017, in Event - RCHT Charity

Adam Wheeldon, Deputy Director of Finance, and Kate Plunkett-Reed, Deputy Directorate Manager, Surgical Services, have challenged …

‘It’s good to talk’ says Macmillan Cancer Support

Added on January 16, 2017, in Event - Cancer Services / Events

This Cancer Talk Week (16-22 January), Macmillan Cancer Support wants to encourage more people in Cornwall to open up about their concerns, saying ‘it’s ok to talk about cancer.’

Have your say on the future of local health and social care services

Added on December 29, 2016, in Event - Events / General News

Residents of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly are being urged to have their say on the future of local health and care services – including GPs, community services, hospitals