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Newquay Voice > Issue 560 - 23/05/2012
Newquay Lions Club members enjoyed an afternoon of sunshine on Sunday as they staffed checkpoints around the route of the annual Lions Town Walk which was renamed the Len Skade Walk after it"s Lion founder who sadly passed away a few years ago.
Lion Denis Dent who, with wife Jan were at the Trenance Boating Lake station said: "There were around fifty packs with routes sent out to intested groups and it is a glorious afternoon for a walk".
The idea is that local groups can take the opportunity aforded by the walk to collect funds through sponsorship or just use the time as a fun social activity.
On Saturday 19 May 2012, Newquay played host to the Olympic Flame which wound it"s way through the crowded resort streets on it"s mammoth journey to London.
Newquay Tretherras played host to the Olympic Torch on Saturday 19 May 2012 while 180 young people from local schools took part in duathlon and triathlon competitions held at the Academy and at Newquay Sports Centre.
Sue Robins is to visit 60 Cornish Beaches in 60 hours with her dog Alfie to raise money for the Pinnacle Cancer Research Trust.
The Wellness Area at the Headland Hotel will open on June 11th.
Newquay Old Cornwall Society held their annual Pasty Lunch.
A council-run allotment on St Columb Major is flourishing after a £3000 water pump was installed by Aqua Source.
RAF St Mawgan has staged a Heritage Day to encourage enthusiasts to get involved with plans to stage a permanent exhibition to showcase its history dating back to World War Two.
The Newquay in Bloom Partnership planted wildflower seeds along the Gannel Link Road.
Fundraisers trotted through Newquay last week as part of their trip from John O"Groats to Lands End. In aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust - Newquay Mayor Kevin Towill meet the party.
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