CPR Foodbank is run by the fantastic team at Transformation CPR. They have over 50 volunteers helping weekly to distribute around 23,000 meals to over 540 families.
They are operating their normal voucher system and extra e-voucher system via isolated agents. For more information contact email@example.com. Also for home delivery to isolated customers contact 01209 714592.
Donations can be left at St Andrews Church, Redruth and Centenary Methodist Church during opening times. Also, Central Warehouse, Pool Industrial Estate, Wilson Way, Redruth TR15 3RX between 9-3 Monday to Thursday. This is situated behind Bombadingas (Children’s soft play). Local supermarket donation points: Tesco Redruth Tolgus Hill, Redruth TR15 1AX; Tesco Camborne Wesley St, Camborne TR14 8DT; Tesco Pool; Morrisons Pool, Pool, Redruth TR15 3NH
St Andrews Church, Albany Road (Mon)/ Centenary Methodist Church, Centenary Street (Tues-Fri), Redruth/ Cambourne, Cornwall, TR15 2FJ /TR14 8HS
Helston and The Lizard foodbank is run by local people for local people – they rely on the community’s support to ensure they can continue to stop people going hungry. They are also part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust. They are based at the Open Door Community Cafe and provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis.
Although you will not be able to come into the community cafe at the moment, they are still operating the foodbank. If you have a red voucher and need food please contact them by phone or email as detailed below (for emergencies phone 07833892289 and an alternative email address is firstname.lastname@example.org) or post your voucher through the Open Door Cafe post box but please remember to add your contact telephone number on the back of the voucher otherwise they will not be able to process it. They will then let you know how you will be able to obtain your food. If you do not have a red voucher please contact by email or phone and they will direct you as to how you may be able to obtain one.
Anybody wishing to make food donations to the foodbank project, please use the collection points at the following supermarkets; Helston Tesco, Clodgey Ln, Helston TR13 8PJ; Helston Sainsbury’s. Clodgey Lane, HelstonTR13 8BN; Helston Lidl, Penzance Road, Helston TR13 0SF (please check first if this donation point is in operation). They will not be able to accept any food donations at the Open Door Cafe or their warehouse.
The Open Door Community Cafe, 14 Wendron Street, Helston, TR13 8PS
Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 10am and 2pm (on the phone number; 01326 564194)
This free information evening is for anyone interested in finding out more about fostering or adoption, as well as those exploring what fostering and adoption can look like in our churches and communities. There will be a chance to meet the team, hear from experienced carers and adopters and to ask questions.
Home for Good, a national organisation promoting fostering, adoption and special guardianship, has begun to work with Cornwall Council local authority and is hosting this, its first information evening at Bethel Community Church in Redruth.
Home For Good also offers a real sense of of encouraging and helping all churches to provide what is known as wrap-around support to families who do Foster or adopt.
This event is an ideal opportunity for those who have ever been curious about adoption or fostering, have questions and need more info.
During the coronavirus pandemic, please assume that all except online events are cancelled or postponed. We will provide updated information as available
Saturday walk programme 2020
All walkers welcome, just turn up!
Friday 27 March | St Germans To Looe | 9 Miles | 10.30-4.30pm | moderate walking on cliff path
Saturday 28 March | Looe To Lansallos | 6.5 Miles | 10.30-3.15pm moderate walking on cliff path
WITH OPTIONAL OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION
Join us for this great opportunity to walk in Spring on the stunning
first section of the Cornish Celtic Way….. Dogs welcome on leads where
FRIDAY: Meet at St German’s Priory 10.30am. Free car parking is available in St German’s Village. Packed lunch needed. Arrive
in Looe 4.30pm. Drivers can be returned to their cars in St Germans .
We will be having Fish & Chips etc in Looe for an evening meal.
ACCOMMODATION: at Riverside United Church, West Looe. Cost for basic
accommodation (sleeping bag and mat needed) is £20 (including breakfast
and Saturday’s packed lunch, and car support). Other discounted bed and
breakfast accommodation is also available. Please contact Penny for
details or to book, at email@example.com or on 07881791914.
SATURDAY: Meet at Riverside United Church, West Looe, PL13 2BU. Leave
10.30am for Lansallos via Polperro. All drivers will be returned to
their cars. Car support cost for day walkers = £3
Saturday 25 April | Bassett’s cove to Gwithian | 2pm start
Details to follow….
Friday and Saturday 15th-16th May
To be arranged- we will be staying in a church hall overnight. Join us for either or both days…….
Saturday 20 June | Lanivet to Lanhydrock
A walk connecting the Cornish Celtic Way and the Bodmin Way. Details to follow.
For on-the-day weather concerns and further info contact Penny 07881791914
You are warmly invited to join us, the Make Amends team, for a free lunchtime information & volunteer recruitment event.
delivers Restorative Justice (RJ) services throughout Cornwall &
Devon, commissioned by the Office for Police and Crime Commissioner, and
delivered in partnership with Shekinah
– a locally based charity that provides opportunities for people in
recovery or seeking recovery. This may include recovery from
homelessness, drug and alcohol issues, offending behaviours or mental
Restorative justice is a safe and
voluntary process which brings those who have been affected by crime,
into communication with those responsible, to help everyone move forward
from what has happened.
The Event: We are
looking for new volunteers to support our work throughout Cornwall. If
you are interested in people, their stories, healing the harm caused
through crime, are a great listener, with the desire to make a
difference in your community, this event is for you. It will be a great
opportunity to hear about our work, meet the team, find out more about
what is required of an RJ volunteer, and about the excellent training
and professional development opportunities we provide in return.
We really look forward to welcoming you on the 24th of March.
Who can I speak to to find out more about the event? You can call Aisa on 01803 222033 or Helen on 07395796083.
Is the event only for potential volunteers? We
are actively seeking volunteers to join our service, so the event is,
in part, for people who may be interested in volunteering. However,
professionals and general members of the public interested in Make
Amends, and our work in restorative justice, are also very welcome to
come and find out more.
Is lunch provided at the event? Yes a light lunch is provided. When you book your place, please indicate if you have any dietary requirements.
Do I need to book? Yes booking is essential via Eventbrite or you can call Aisa on 01803 222033 to book or Helen on 07395796083.
What time is the event? The event is from 11.30-1.30p.m
What will I find out about? The
event will begin with presentations about the organisation, about
restorative justice and how it is working in Cornwall, information
about volunteering and our upcoming training, and an opportunity to
meet with current volunteers and some of the people we work with.
Presentations will be followed by lunch and an opportunity to chat
Where is the event being held? The event is being held at Kresen Kernow – Cornwall’s Archive Centre. Address: Kresen Kernow, Little Vauxhall, Redruth TR15 1AS
Is there parking at the venue? There is some limited parking at the venue. For further information about parking and public transport options please go to : https://kresenkernow.org/visit-us/
I’m interested in volunteering but cant make it to the event. Who can I speak to? You can call Aisa on 01803 222033
What is restorative justice? Restorative
justice (RJ) is a safe and voluntary process which brings those who
have been affected by crime into communication with those responsible to
help everyone move forward from what has happened. Restorative justice
focuses on the needs of both the victim and the offender, allowing both
to explore what has happened, the impact that the incident has had on
them and what everyone needs to move forward.
Who is it for? Restorative
justice can be used for all types of crime or incident, from those
which have had less impact on the people involved, to more serious or
What are the benefits? Research shows that four out of five victims who have engaged with restorative justice found that it significantly helped them to move on and would recommend it to others. People who have been affected by crime often say that they felt empowered by the process and really appreciated the opportunity to have their say and to ask questions.From an offender’s perspective, understanding the impact their behaviour has caused can help the offender turn their life around and prevent them from offending again. Everyone benefits from restorative justice in different ways because the process aims to support both victim and offender needs.
Showing at Regal Redruth on 29th February at 2:30pm
Pilgrim’s Progress on the big screen. Journey with Christian as he travels from the city of destruction to the celestial city. Experience the friends and foes he meets along the way and the ultimate choice he must make to reach the King. Find more information, including how you can request for your local cinema to show the film, at pilgrimsprogressmovie.co.uk.
Following the positive feedback to
the “Called to the Nations” in February last year, which saw folk
respond to the call to mission and has lead many followers of Jesus in Cornwall
to develop their own vision for worldwide mission, we are planning another missions
day for Saturday 14th March 2020.