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The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Events in St Teath

More information from Tracy on 01840 211786 or Elaine on 01208 851381

Jubilee Village Lunch

Wednesday 6th June

Over 100 people celebrated the end of the jubilee weekend with a "Red, White and Blue" Lunch in St. Teath, raising £1000 for the charity, Help for Heroes.

Every month a team of volunteers provide a Village Lunch and profits are donated to local charities. However the team decided the jubilee lunch would be a special occasion when every penny raised from ticket sales and a raffle would be donated to the charity.

The hall was especially decked out with the theme colours and the team and many customers wore outfits based on the colour scheme. Live music provided by Alan Dawe added to the party atmosphere.

"We never dreamt of raising so much money," said team leader, Barbara Strachan. "It was a wonderful party atmosphere and I am delighted that everyone enjoyed the day so much, as well as raising money for this very special charity.

"The Lunch Team was brilliant, working hard but also encouraging everyone to enjoy themselves and we also had support from many local people who gave donations and raffle prizes".

The menu for the day - Roast Beef, followed by Strawberry Gateau (red), Chocolate Orange Gateau (white) and Berry Cheesecake (blue).

Barbara Strachan

Wendy Down and Jean Burden with first course
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Stella Poplett and Sylvia Mewton
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Cyril and Pearl Pluess with Cyril's birthday cake
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Village Lunch Ladies
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Immaculate table settings before the lunch ...
... red, white and blue much in eveidence

Jubilee Street Party

Monday 4th June, 3 - 5 pm

Perfect weather, perfect organisation, an abundance of good food and a tremendous turnout. Thank you Jubilee Committee and all those who contributed.

Pearl Pluess, Peggy Crosley and Phyllis Williams with a Jubilee Cake
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Children received a commemorative coin.
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Many more photos from Magicpicturebox photography here.


Village Concert in St Teath Church Hall

Saturday 2nd June

Contributions from:

1 The Fun Club - Food, Glorious Food
2 Val Cleave and Ruby - Do, Re, Mi
3 The Village Show Committee - A Swiss Cafe in 2020
4 St Teath Women's Institute - Strictly Morris Dancing
5 St Teath Drama Youth Group - Disney Princesses
6 Alan Dawe and Cassie Bosdet
7 St Teath Line Dancers
8 St Teath School - A Caribbean Treat
9 The Bell Ringers
10 Djembe Drummers
11 St Teath Church - Cinderella
12 The St Teath Twangers - Ukulele group
13 Adrian Davies - Songs and guitar
14 St Teath Yoga Group - Poetry in Motion
15 St Teath Drama Group - The Pasty Saga
16 Alan Dawe (keyboard) - Cornish Rhapsody
17 St Teath Football Club - Grand Finale

St Teath Drama Youth Group - Disney Princesses
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Part of WI - Strictly Morris Dancing
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St Teath School - A Caribbean Treat
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Best Decorated House

Winner: Pearl and Cyril Pluess    Photo: adrianjasperphotography.co.uk

Fundraising


Coffee Morning

Saturday 5 May

The fundraising committee for St. Teath's Jubilee celebrations held a coffee morning and Grand tombola, so called because there were some fantastic prizes up for grabs, including a spa voucher for a full body massage, a car service and a variety of other donated prizes.

The cakes and savories sold out and helped us raise £301.58 towards our street party in June.

Thank you to everybody who came along, and for all donations received.

Tracy

Rosie Morey and Anne Perisic at the coffee morning
Photo: adrianjasperphotography.co.uk

Pearl's Bingo Night

Raised almost £1,000 - fantastic.


Easter Extravaganza

The St Teath Jubilee fund raising committee held an Easter Extravaganza in the Church Hall. It was a thoroughly enjoyable event with lunches of pasties and/or home made soup, followed by delicious home made cakes, which went down a treat. Second-hand books, plants, a stunning cup cake stall and a raffle were on offer. Just over £350 was raised for the Jubilee Street party - a great start. Photo: adrianjasperphotography.co.uk

At the Easter Extravaganza

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