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Current Issue #99: October/November 2011
  Out now. Print run: 2,500.
 
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Extras for Issue #99
  Extras are items that were late, not included, or that were trimmed due to space constraints in the printed version. The articles are included here.
 

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  Rick Rescorla. Heart of a Soldier: capturing 9/11 in an opera
  Read the Guardian article on this by clicking the link below.
 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2011/aug/25/heart-of-a-soldier-9-11

 
  Hayle Library Book Launch - NEW DATE
 

We are very excited to be hosting a local author book launch and signing on Friday, October 7th from 11.30 - 2.30 selling at £14.99.  I'm sure there will be lots of interest in "Hayle in World War Two" by Brian Sullivan, published by Toni Carver.  Everyone welcome, teas and coffees will be served.

Susan Whitehead, Library Assistant

Hayle Library, Shared Services

Cornwall Council, Tel: 0300 1234 111

suwhitehead@cornwall.gov.uk

 
  NHS Retirement Federation - Talk on Gardening
  The NHS Retirement Federation, Cornwall West Branch is meeting on the 6th October at St Cecilia's Lounge, St Michael's Hospital, Hayle at 6pm for a talk on gardening by Mr Herring of Duchy College, Rosewarne. Mr Herring is the curriculum manager for horticulture and his talk will be followed by a question and answer session.

Nick Morton, Treasurer, Retirement Federation
 
  Are you going to be a part of Team Santa?
  The streets of Cornwall look set to be awash with Santas again this year as Cornwall Hospice Care launches its annual Santa Fun Runs. The charity is calling out to those Cornish folk up for some festive fun to get involved – men and women, boys and girls, young and old – everyone is welcome to join the Christmas fundraiser. Entrants can choose to run, jog or walk around the route with a choice of two distances at all locations.
“Last year we held Santa Runs in Padstow and Falmouth and this year we are delighted to be adding another run at Land’s End. After we had so much fun last year everyone is really excited about them coming around again. We had over 300 runners last year and this year we want to smash that number and get over 600!” said Karen Holman of Cornwall Hospice Care.
There will be festive music at the start, before the Santas take to the street for a lively warm up to get them in the mood and there will be mince pies and a warm drink to greet the runners when they finish.
Every entrant will receive a free Santa suit, so there really will be a sea of Santas by the seaside - a sure way to get into the Christmas spirit and to help raise some vital funds for the charity which provides adult hospice care across Cornwall.
Radio Cornwall is supporting the charity runs not only by entering a team of runners but also with some of their well loved presenters setting the jolly Santas on their way.
Anyone interested in joining one of the Cornwall Hospice Care Santa Fun Runs as a runner or as a volunteer is asked to get in touch with Karen on 01726 66868 or email kholman@cornwallhospice.co.uk

Santa Fun Run Fact File

Saturday 26th November – Land’s End
Saturday 3rd December – Padstow
Saturday 10th December - Falmouth
All runs start at 1pm

To register:

Call 01726 66868
Register online www.cornwallhospicecare.co.uk and click on ‘Events and Challenges’
Or email santa@cornwallhospice.co.uk

 
  CORNWALL ENQUIRY AND INFORMATION SERVICE
 

Unit 17, Threemilestone Industrial Estate, Truro TR4 9LD
Freephone: 0800 032 2345 (or 01872 272702)
E-mail: enquirycentre@cornwall.gov.uk
Live Chat: Ask a librarian and get an answer live from the Libraries front page of the Cornwall Council website at www.cornwall.gov.uk
Opening hours: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Cornwall Enquiry and Information Service is part of Cornwall Libraries, and is accessible to everyone. You don’t need to be a library member to use it. Whatever the nature of your enquiry, ring free of charge, e-mail, write to us or use “live chat” and we will provide an answer. You might want:

  • a contact for a local club or evening class
  • an obscure piece of historical information which you can’t find online
  • a section from an Act of Parliament, or access to legal cases
  • a residential or business phone number from anywhere in the country
  • help with finding out how to get grant funding for an individual or group
  • to find help with tackling a consumer problem
  • to know how to borrow a book not in Cornwall stock

The Enquiry and Information Service is here to help you, and the service is free. We only charge for printing and postage, if required. We have a team of information professionals dedicated to finding an answer to your enquiry. Where we don’t have the information ourselves, we will always try to direct you to someone who does.

 
  NHS Healthy Weight Programme
 
 
  SATURDAY 19 NOV JOURNEY THROUGH JAZZ
 

Cornwall's leading jazz and swing band proudly present
A Journey Through Jazz
New Orleans to Swing … and beyond
We are The Great Western Jazz Company - six experienced
jazz musicians playing regularly throughout Cornwall
and the West Country, who enjoy listening to, and playing in,
a wide variety of jazz styles. This evening, we would like to
take you on an illustrated musical journey, from
the spiritual roots of jazz, through New Orleans and
Dixieland, to the Big Band era and beyond.
Our journey follows the fascinating development
of what has proved to be one of the world's most
enduring and influential musical genres.

THE GREAT WESTERN JAZZ COMPANY

Click here for more information

 
  Therese Hawkins Shiatsu
 
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
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