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Newquay Voice > Issue 545 - 08/02/2012
St Mawgan"s Eccentric Gentleman"s Mutual Association (SMEGMA) donated £1,000 apiece to Cornwall Air Ambulance and the Sunrise Appeal at the Merrymoor Inn, Mawgan Porth.
St Columb Rotary held it's annual President's Night, at the Hotel Bristol on Saturday 4 February 2012
Voluteers were out in force in Newquay this Weekend, tending to Trenance's Rose Garden - kick-starting four weeks of improvement works taking place at the area.
Sharon Hindley of St Columb Major raised money from a series of fundraising events for a specialist touch screen laptop for her 5-year-old autistic son Alfie.
Five Tretherras students entries were chosen in a competition got the chance to visit the Island and meet lady Long and talk about their ideas for how to improve the town.
Police Cadets in Newquay were rewarded for their efforts as they were presented with their latest certificates.
Harry Anning, a promising young Newquay bowler is to represent the County, and maybe even the region after fighting off fierce competition at a recent event.
Cornwall"s Air Ambulance landed at its newly built home at Newquay Cornwall Airport of the first time on Wednesday, February 1st.
Newquay Lions held an open day at the Sandy Lodge Hotel for members of the public to see what work they do.
Harry and Evelyn Burnett - the new landlords of the Old Albion pub in Crantock held a party to welcome all locals back to their pub.
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