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Jubilee Weekend May 31st, 2012


On Saturday the 2nd of June there will be several events on Lemon Quay to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Totally TruroThe Hall for CornwallTruro City Council and Truro Farmers Market will be arranging these fun filled events, including a street party lunch, a high tea and live entertainment to be enjoyed by all.

Take pleasure in the atmosphere of bunting decorations, Victoria sponges and cucumber sandwiches, along with the clinking of china tea cups! I am sure the odd glass of Pimm’s, strawberries and all things regal will go down a treat – whilst we celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Details of Saturday the 2nd of June
10am Truro Farmers’ Market on Lemon Quay.

Entertainment – Camborne Youth Brass Band, local poet Salley Crabtree and the Duchy Ballett will be providing highlights from their Jubilee production.

12:00 – 12:45pm Camborne Youth Brass Band

12:30pm the Big Lunch (Bring your own food or pick some up within Truro and  enjoy lunch together with community frienship and fun)

1:45 – 2:30 Camborne Youth Brass Band

2:30pm Afternoon tea party. Long tables will be set up on Lemon Quay and people will be invited to enjoy a cuppa and a piece of cake, in exchange for a voluntary donation.

2:30 – 3:30 Duchy Ballett will be providing highlights from their Jubilee production

2:30 – 4:00 Mobile Tea Dance
3:30 – 4:00 Camborne Youth Brass Band

People are being invited to bring their own cup and saucer, with a fun competition being held to find the most interesting, royal, tasteful or tasteless cup.  The winner will be selected by West Briton editor Richard Best.

The Cathedral has a number of events celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. There is a Special Service on Sunday 27 May at 4pm with Truro Cathedral Choir. This is followed on Sunday3 June (12 noon – 4pm) with Truro Cathedral’s BIG Jubilee Picnic with free fun and games taking place on the Cathedral Green with stalls, food and a Hog Roast. Bouncy Castle, Pimm’s Lawn, followed at 4pm by Jubilee Songs of Praise.

Half-Term Fun for Children and Families 2-9 June (10-5pm) Great fun with activities including a Kings and Queens Trail, Make your own Crown and other craft activities (All free). Children’s Jubilee Fun Day on Wednesday 6 June 10-3.30pm with Duchy College’s Early Years department running a range of fun activities for children to enjoy. The BIG Jubilee Thank you Come and sign a letter to the Queen thanking her for devoted service to the nation for the past 60 years. In Cathedral until end of May. Parishes are also collecting signatures.

Royal Celebrations is a concert performed by St Mary’s Singers and Orchestra to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee and will include Handel’s Coronation Anthems, Walton’s Spitfire Prelude and Fugue and music by Parry, Purcell and Vaughan Williams. Saturday 9th June at 7.30pm. Tickets from Hall For Cornwall, 01872 262466.

The Cathedral shop will be selling Jubilee Souvenir products for those to purchase and remember this special occasion!



Cambiata & The Fold May 3rd, 2012

A few boys from Cambiata and Cornwall Boys Choir sang in the making of the film The Fold, currently being filmed on location in Cornwall. Filmed in Truro Cathedral, 11 boys and 16 adults acted as a choir in the film.

SC Films joins The Fold


EXCLUSIVE: London-based sales company takes on UK drama set in Cornwall.

Simon Crowe’s SC Films has boarded international sales for UK drama The Fold.

Catherine McCormack and Marina Stoimenova star in the story about the volatile relationship between an Anglican priest and a teenage migrant worker.

John Jencks makes his directorial debut from a script by Poppy Cogan.

Producers are Jay Taylor and Alexa Seligman of The Electric Shadow Company whilst Joe Simpson and Margaret Matheson are on board as executive producers.

Simon Crowe said: “I really liked the script; it had some very intense moments… After seeing John’s short films, I believe he has the talent to be a very good director in the future. I look forward to seeing how the film evolves.”