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Quiz Night – Organised by the Tresillian Village Improvement Group – Tuesday 13 February at the Wheel Inn 8.30pm
A quiz night organised by the Tresillian Village Improvement Group (TVIG). There is a £5 entry fee per team of 4 people.
A raffle will also be held in aid of the Village Improvement Group’s planting schemes. Please come and support us and have some fun at the same time.
Tresillian Walking Group – A walk from King’s Wood to Pentewan – Saturday 3 February
A walk from King’s Wood to Pentewan. This is classed as an easy walk and is 3.2 miles long. We will meet at Shepherdshill Wood car park Satnav PL266DN and recommended footwear, walking boots (and sticks).
The walk descends to the valley floor and follows paths along the bottom of the valley, eventually emerging beside the St Austell River and joining the Pentewan Valley Trail. We could stop at the Ship Inn, Pentewan for refreshments before returning along the St Austell River to the King’s Wood car park.
As usual, please let me know if you can come on Saturday, we will start the walk at 10:30 a.m.
01872 520 568
Tresillian Village Hall Annual General Meeting – Tuesday 30 January 2018 7.30pm
This is an open meeting to be held at the Tresillian Village Hall to which all village residents and Hall users are welcome.
The Management Committee would welcome opinions on and input to the running and maintenance of Tresillian Village Hall.
Clive Grose, Chairman
TVH Management Committee
Tresillian Village has 2 Defibrillator Units fully operational
Go to the Community>Health>Tresillian Defibrillators section of our website for full details
Remember. Always dial 999 for ambulance services first! This is vital so that professional medical personnel can respond to an emergency and make their way as soon as possible to the patient’s location.
A Sample of Website Testimonials Received
“What an amazing memory of the afternoon [Cream Tea for The Queen 2016]. Well done to Keith for producing it. Very well put together and excellent music choice.”
“Thank you, Keith. Looks very good [swans] on the website along with all the other information you have published – well done!”
“Just seen this new site. Lovely photos of Tresillian and interesting facts. Wish you well with it. Hope you get lots of comments and participation”
“Website is great – thank you. Just a quick note to say ‘Thank You’ for getting a Tresillian website up and running well.”
“Thank you for your beautiful pictures and website design for the village.”
“Great to meet you, and much thanks for including church activities on the village website, it really is the way forward!”
“After getting the leaflet delivered by ‘Keith’ this week and having a quick chat in the garden at time of delivery. I thought I would check the website out. Absolutely fantastic, beautiful photo’s and puts the village in the here and now. Well done to you and I really hope the site goes from strength to strength. I am going to give the details to some family members to check it out. Well done and thank you so much for all the effort you have put into it, to make it so professional and enjoyable.”
“A friend of ours in Sussex, who used to live in the village, is thrilled with the site as it will keep her up to date on what is happening here.”
“Fantastic website, well done to all who was involved.”
“What a wonderful community website for our village with lots of information and history. Well done and very impressed. Keep up the good work.”
Karl Russell, Treglyn, Tresillian
“I’ve had a look round – its very easy to use!”
“I enjoyed looking at the site and thank you for the lovely photo of the Tresillian road sign for which I designed the emblem of the Roundhead and Cavalier at the invitation of the Highways dept. of course a reference to the civil war battle nearby. I wonder if there are any rusting cannon balls in the river.”