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Newquay Voice > Issue 537 - 14/12/2011
Loved ones are being remembered with a memorial tree at Ken Newcombe Funeral Directors on Marcus Hill.
St Mawgan held its annual Pram Push on Sunday, residents dressed as egyptians, the Beatles, flower power and many more with their "pram" contraptions.
Visitors to Trerice at Kestle Mill enjoyed a special day with making Christmas trees and a traditional Tudor Father Christmas.
Newquay"s Hotel Victoria hosted a special Christmas Fayre, helping local charities and organisations to raise money.
Towan Blystra Lions and the Joe Way Appeal hosted a Christmas dinner at the Sandy Lodge on Friday.
Wildlife artist Dick Twinney helped raise £1,162 for the Phoenix Stroke Appeal by raffling a painting of a robin at Mawgan Porth.
St Columb Minor Village Christmas Tree lights were switched on by Newquay Mayor Andy Hannan with the help of Rev Chris McQuillen-Wright. Organised by Basil Skinner.
Trenance school has been presented with a 100% award from Compass Chartwells for its fantastic kitchen. Paula Hughes and Claire Hayes were presented after an inspection by Cornwall Council.
Judith and Ted Pinguey were thanked for their commitment to Newquay Choral Society at St Michaels Church on 6 December 2011
Crantock Village Hall held its annual Christmas fayre helping spread the Christmas spirit through the community.
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