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[November 09, 2012]

Your weekly guide to community events in and around Plymouth [Herald, The (Plymouth, England)]

(Herald, The (Plymouth, England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Abbey Hall, Catherine Street: Alzheimer's Society City Centre Carer's Support Group, 1.30-3.30pm, (last Friday of the month) Abbey Hall, Catherine Street: The Lighthouse Club (sequence dancing), 1.30-3.30pm Devonport Guildhall, Ker Street, Devonport: Freestyle dance evening, 7.30-11pm Elizabethan House, 32 New Street, The Barbican: Open to the public from 10am-12 and 1-5pm Lower Guildhall, Royal Parade: Plymouth City Council Retired Workers Association Friday Club, 10-11.30am National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily Talks, 11am-4pm Oasis Training, The Crown Centre, Manor Street, Stonehouse: Job Club, 1-4pm, open to anyone hoping to gain employment, (every Friday) Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Plymstock: Plymstock St Mary's Short Mat Bowls, 1.45-4pm Plymouth Age Concern, William Venton Centre, Plymstock: Forget Me Not club, activities for sufferers of memory loss and their carers, 2-4pm Plymouth Guildhall foyer: Cards for good causes - charity Christmas cards on sale, 10am to 4pm (on sale Monday's to Saturday's until December 18) Plymstock United Church, 70-74 Plymstock Road, Oreston: Blood donor sessions, 1.15-3.15pm and 4.45-7.15pm St Matthias Church Hall, North Hill: Road to Recovery Group of Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting, 7.30-9pm Salvation Army Congress Hall, Armada Way: Youth Activities, 6.30-8.30pm; Craft Club, 6.30- 8.30pm Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe: Open to the public, 10am-12 and 1- 4.30pm Stoke Library, Albert Road: Display; Monet and his friends, library opening times apply (closed Wednesday's) The Crown Centre, Manor Street, Stonehouse: Oasis Training Job Club, 1-4pm, open to anyone hoping to gain employment, (every Friday) The Mind Centre, 8 Woodside: Drug Addicts Anonymous, 6.30-9pm Tothill Community Centre, Knighton Road, St Judes: Tothill Short Mat Bowls Club, all abilities welcome, 1.30-4.30pm, (every Friday) Village Hall, Springfield Road, Elburton: Amanda's Pop Kids - fun and fitness for pre-school children, 10am Welcome Hall, Fore Street, Devonport: Luncheon club for over 50's, 12.30pm; Craft Variety Club, 2-4pm Wolseley Trust Community Building, 27 Wolseley Road: The Plymouth and District Pensioners Action Group (every 2nd Friday of month), 11am-1pm SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 City College Plymouth, Kings Road, Devonport: Social Dancing (ballroom, Latin and sequence), 8-11pm, (every two weeks - 10/11, 24/11, 8/12, 22/12) Community Centre, The Broadway, Plymstock: Flea Market/Antiques Fayre, 9am-3pm, (2nd Saturday of each month) Elizabethan House, 32 New Street, The Barbican: Open to the public from 10am-12noon and 1-5pm Main Hall, Ridgeway School, Moorland Road, Plympton: Puttin' On The Ritz (ballroom and Latin), 7.30-10.30pm, (10/11, 24/11, 8/12) Mary Newman''s Cottage, 48 Culver Road, Saltash: Open to the public, 12noon-4pm Maurice Baptist Church, Ham Drive: 10th Plymouth Girls Brigade Coffee Morning, 10am- 12noon National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily Talks, 11am-4pm Plymouth Guildhall foyer: Cards for good causes - charity Christmas cards on sale, 10am to 4pm (on sale Monday's to Saturday's until December 18) St Anne''s Church, Glenholt Road, Glenholt: Autumn Fair, 11am-12.30pm St Gabriel's Church Hall, Hyde Park Road, Peverell: Sequence dance, 7.30-10pm St James the less Church Hall, Ham Drive: Christmas Fete, 2pm St John Ambulance Hall, Launceston: Bingo, in aid of Cornish Air Ambulance Appeal, doors 6.30pm eyes down 7.30pm, St Mary's Parish Centre, Market Road, Plympton: Table Top Sale, 10am-1.30pm, (1st Saturday of each month) St Mary's and All Saints Church Hall, Plymstock: Table Top Sale, 10am-12, (2nd Saturday of every other month) St Peter's Church, Wyndham Square, Plymouth: The Phoenix Chorale Concert to include Handel's Messiah and Bach's excerpts, 7.30pm Salvation Army Young Persons Hall, Armada Way: Drug Addicts Anonymous 12 step meeting, 5.30-8pm Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe: Open to the public, 10am-12 and 1-4pm 45 Stentaway Road, Plymstock: Coffee morning in aid of Special Olympics Plymouth and District (SOPD), 10am-4pm Stoke Library, Albert Road: Display; Monet and his friends, library opening times apply (closed Wednesday's) Tothill Community Centre, Knighton Road, St Judes: Modern sequence dance club, 7.30-10pm Trinity United Reformed Church, Hartley: The Rainbow Project, aid for Romania, 10am-12 Unitarian Church Hall, Notte Street: Plymouth LETS (Local Exchange Trading Scheme), 2-3.30pm. Come and share your skills and goods.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Elburton Villa Football Club, Haye Road, Elburton: Mini Soccer Sundays (for 4-11yrs), 10.30am-12 Life Centre, Milehouse: Pisces Disabled Swimming Club, 11.15am-1.15pm Mary Newman''s Cottage, 48 Culver Road, Saltash: Open to the public, 12- 4pm National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily Talks, 11am- 4pm Railway Club, Pennycomequick: Social Dancing, 7.30pm, all welcome Royal British Legion, Tailyour Road, Crownhill: Weekly Social Dancing (ballroom, sequence, Latin etc), 8pm, new members welcome St Matthias Church Hall, North Hill: Road to Recovery Group of Alcoholics Anonymous Topic Meeting, 7.30-9pm MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12 Carbeile Inn, Carbeile: CHAT luncheon club, (every 2nd Monday) tickets from CHAT community shop Church of Christ The King, Armada Way: Plymouth Voices Choir, singing for everyone (every Monday), 7.30-9.15pm Cornerstone Church, Torpoint: Torpoint Lady Singers practice, 7.15pm Harewood House, The Ridgeway, Plympton: Coffee bar run by Woodford Wives, 10am; Carers Champions - Carers Group, 2.30- 4pm Legacy Hotel, Marsh Mills: Blood donor sessions, 1.15-3.15pm and 4.45-7.15pm National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily talks, 11am-4pm Notre Dame RC School, Looseleigh Lane, Derriford:Athletics Club (all levels welcome), 6-7.30pm (8-10yrs), 6.30-8pm (11-15yrs) Notte Street Unitarian Church: Alzheimer's Society Memory Cafe, 2-4pm, (every two weeks - 19/11, 3/12, 17/12) Oasis Training, The Crown Centre, Manor Street, Stonehouse: Basic Computer Class, 9.30-11.30am (every Monday and Tuesday); Community Music Group, 4.30-5.30pm (every Monday); Book Club, 4.30-5.30pm (1st Monday of every month) Old Treasury Building, Catherine Street: Parents Again Group, 11.20am-1pm, (1st Monday of the month) Plymouth Age Concern, William Venton Centre, Plymstock: Forget Me Not club, various activities for sufferers of memory loss and their carers, 2- 4pm Plymouth Guildhall foyer: Cards for good causes - charity Christmas cards on sale, 10am to 4pm (on sale Monday's to Saturday's until December 18) Reestart Recovery House, 17 Stoke Road, Wyndham Square: Keep it Simple 12 step meeting, 5.45-6.45pm, (every Monday) St James Church Hall, Torpoint: Community Health Around Torpoint (CHAT), exercise group (every Monday, open to everyone) St Mary's Church Hall, Church Row Lane, Tamerton Foliot: Selfdefence and fitness courses for adults, 7.30-9pm St Barnabas Church, St Barnabas Terrace: Plymouth Community Choir, 7-8.30pm Salvation Army Congress Hall, Armada Way: Plymouth U3A, guest speaker Jeanette Nichols chairman of TRAC, 10.15am-12.45pm Stoke Library, Albert Road: Display; Monet and his friends, library opening times apply (closed Wednesday's) Woolwell Community Centre, Darklake Lane: Amanda's Pop Kids - fun and fitness for pre-school children, 10am TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 Abbey Hall, Catherine Street: New Plymouth Forum Coffee Morning and Bring 'n' Buy, 10.15-11.45am Anchorage Centre, Tavistock: Book and Recorded Music Club sale, in aid of TASS (Tavistock Area Support Services), 9.30am-1pm Ashtorre Rock, Saltash: Saltash Walking Group, 10am Burraton Community Centre, Saltash: Sequence Dancing, 1.45-4pm Church of the Ascension, Manadon: Music Makers, music and dance for pre-school children, 10.30-11.30am Church of Christ the King, Armada Way: Road to Recovery Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, 7.30-9pm Coffee Corner, St Andrew's Church, Royal Parade: Snack 'n' Chat (Friendship Group for the Bereaved), 11am-12.30pm.

Community Centre, The Broadway, Plymstock: Tea Dance, 2-4pm Community Hall, Bittaford: Ivybridge and District Camera Club, 7.30pm, (1st, 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month) Elizabethan House, 32 New Street, The Barbican: Open to the public from 10am-12 and 1- 5pm Harewood House, Plympton: Coffee bar run by Woodford Wives, 10am Hawkins Meeting House, Buckwell Street, Bretonside: The Rainbow Experience, 2.30pm.

Harewood House, The Ridgeway, Plympton: Plympton Fuchsia and Geranium Group, 7.30pm.

Lounge Two, Wesley Methodist Church, Saltash: Saltash Tuesday Circle, 7.30-9pm Merchant's House, 33 St Andrew Street: Open to the public from 10am-12 and 1-5pm Methodist Church Hall, Crownhill: Plymouth Clarion Male Voice Choir, 7.30-9.30pm Methodist Church Hall, Ivybridge: Amanda's Pop Kids - fun and fitness for pre-school children, 10am Methodist Church Hall, Peverell Park Road, Peverell: Coffee Bar, 10.15-11.45am National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily Talks, 11am-4pm Oasis Training, The Crown Centre, Manor Street, Stonehouse: Art Group, 10am-12noon; Basic Computer Class, 9.30-11.30am. Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Plymstock: Plymstock St Mary's Short Mat Bowls, 1.45-4pm Plymouth Guildhall foyer: Cards for good causes - charity Christmas cards on sale, 10am to 4pm (on sale Monday's to Saturday's until December 18) Room 10, Officers Quarters, Crownhill Fort: Art for Change: Mosaic classes, 10am-12noon St Bartholomew's Church, Milehouse: Exercise class for Parkinson''s Disease sufferers and carers, 10am-12noon St Gabriel's Church Hall, Hyde Park Road, Peverell: Latest and New Sequence Dances, 7.30pm Salvation Army Congress Hall, Armada Way: Open door cafe, 10am-1pm; United fellowship, 1.30-2.45pm Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe: Open to the public, 10am-12noon and 1-4.30pm Stoke Library, Albert Road: Display; Monet and his friends, library opening times apply (closed Wednesday's) Torpoint Community College, Trevol Road: CHAT line dancing classes, 6.15pm.

Tothill Community Centre, Knighton Road, St Judes: Breathe Easy Plymouth, 1.30-3.30pm, (1st Tuesday of every month); Tothill Short Mat Bowls Club, all abilities welcome, 7-10pm.

Trinity United Reformed Church Hall, Tor Lane: Country Dance Plymouth, beginners welcome, 8-10pm Unitarian Church, Notte Street: Drug Addicts Anonymous 12 step meeting, 6.30-8pm Welcome Hall, Fore Street, Devonport: Luncheon club for over 50's, 12.30pm William Venton Centre, top of Broadway car park, Plymstock: Plymouth Age Concern, Bingo, 2-4pm WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Abbey Hall, Catherine Street, Plymouth: Plymouth HealthServices Retired Staff Association coffee morning, 10.30am Burraton Methodist Church, Liskeard Road, Saltash: Memory Cafe for people suffering from dementia or their carers, 2-4pm, (every two weeks - 21/11, 5/12, 19/12) Citybus Social Club, Milehouse: Plymouth Morris Men, traditional English dance, (every Wednesday), 8-10pm City College Plymouth, Kings Road, Devonport: Social Dancing (ballroom, Latin and sequence), 8-11pm, (every two weeks - 21/11, 5/ 12, 19/12) Community Centre, The Broadway, Plymstock: Alzheimer's Society Memory Cafe, 2-4pm, (every two weeks - 14/11, 28/11, 12/12) Community Hall, Sparkwell: Sandy's Songbirds (fun-loving ladies choir) rehearsals, coffee and chat, 10am-12.

Community Clinic, Torpoint: CHAT (Community Health Around Torpoint), 7.30pm Conservative Club, The Ridgeway, Plympton: Whist drive (club members and guests only), 7pm Elizabethan House, 32 New Street, The Barbican: Open to the public from 10am-12 and 1-5pm Harewood House, Plympton: Coffee bar run by Woodford Wives, 10am Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre, Scott Business Park, Beacon Park Road: Alcoholics Anonymous, 7.30-9pm Mary Newman''s Cottage, 48 Culver Road, Saltash: Open to the public, 12-4pm Methodist Church, Crownhill: Alzheimer's Society Memory Cafe, 2-4pm, (every two weeks - 14/11, 28/11, 12/12) Methodist Church, Mount Gould: Exercise class for Parkinson''s Disease sufferers and carers, 10.30-11.30am; Teenies Toddler Group, 1.15-3.15pm National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily Talks, 11am-4pm North Plymouth Community Church Worship Centre, Plymbridge Road, Estover: Gingerbread Single Parent Support Group Coffee Morning, 9.30-11.30am Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Plymstock: Plymstock Harmony Drop-In Singing Group, 7.15-9.15pm (term time only) Pennycross Methodist Church Hall, Pridham Lane, Peverell: Getaway Club, 7.30pm, (3rd Wednesday of each month) Plymouth Guildhall foyer: Cards for good causes - charity Christmas cards on sale, 10am to 4pm (on sale Monday's to Saturday's until December 18) Pomphlett Methodist Church: Music Makers, music and dance for preschool children, 10.30-11.30am Recreational Hall, Roborough: Bickleigh WI, 2.30pm. St Aidan's Church Hall, West Malling Avenue, Ernesettle: Tea dance, 2-4pm, (every two weeks - 14/ 11, 28/11, 12/12) St Edwards Church Hall, Home Park Avenue, Peverell: Gamblers Anonymous, 7-8.30pm St Gabriel's Church Hall, Hyde Park Road, Peverell: Coffee Morning, 10am; Sequence dancing for all, 7.45pm St Mary's Parish Church Hall, Plymstock: Whist Drive, 2pm, (until October 31) St Mary's Church Hall, Church Row Lane, Tamerton Foliot: Selfdefence and fitness courses for adults, 7.30- 9pm Saltash United Football Club: Saltash Royal Naval Association (2nd Wednesday of month) 8pm Salvation Army Young Persons Hall, Armada Way: Drug Addicts Anonymous 12 step meeting, 6.30-8pm Scott Centre, Manadon: Plymouth Postcard Club, Home Guard tribute by Arthur Cook, doors open 7pm talk 8pm Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe: Open to the public, 10am-12 and 1-4.30pm Tothill Community Centre, Knighton Road, St Judes: Sequence tea dance, 2-4pm Unitarian Church, Notte Street: Oasis of Calm (tranquil music and a time of reflection - not a service), 1-1.45pm William Sutton Memorial Hall, 6 Shelley Way, St Budeaux: Adventure play for under 5's, 10-11am; Luncheon club followed by bingo session, 12noon-2pm William Venton Centre, Top of Broadway Car Park, Plymstock: Plymouth 50+ (work club for the over 50s), 10am-12noon Woodland Fort Community Centre, Honicknowle: Plymouth Jigsaw Library, 10am-12 YMCA Plymouth Kitto Centre, Honicknowle Lane: Special Olympics Plymouth and District, Sports and Social Club for anyone with Learning Disability, 6.30-8.30pm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 Abbey Hall, Catherine Street: Exercise for Mature Movers, 10.30-11.30am; New Plymouth Forum Music and Movement for Senior Citizens, 2.15pm Burraton Community Centre, Saltash: Come Dine With Us Lunch Club for Senior Citizens, 10.30am-3pm Catherine Street Baptist Church, Catherine Street: Alzheimer's Society Singing for the Brain Group, 2-4pm Community Centre, Kings Tamerton: Plymouth Musketeers Running Club, 6.45pm Community Centre, Mainstone: Coffee afternoon, 2pm Cornerstone Church, Torpoint: Torpoint Wives Group, 7.15pm. Courtlands School, Eggbuckland: Plymouth Musical Activities Club, 7-9.15pm (term time only) Elizabethan House, 32 New Street, The Barbican: Open to the public from 10am-12 and 1-5pm Ernest English House, Bretonside: Plymouth Branch of Arthritis Care, 7-9pm, (1st Thursday of each month) Harewood House, Plympton: Coffee bar run by Woodford Wives, 10am Hope Baptist Church: Music Makers, music and dance for pre-school children, 10.30-11.30am Mary Newman''s Cottage, 48 Culver Road, Saltash: Open to the public, 12noon-4pm Memory Conservatory, Chaplins Superstore, Plympton: Alzheimer''s drop-in centre, 11am- 2pm, (every two weeks - 22/11, 6/12) Methodist Church, Crownhill: Coffee Morning and Book Stall, 10-11.30am Methodist Church Hall, Peverell Park Road, Peverell: Coffee Bar, 10.15-11.45am National Marine Aquarium, Rope Walk, Coxside: Daily Talks, 11am-4pm Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Plymstock: Plymstock St Mary's Short Mat Bowls, 6.45-9pm Plymouth Guildhall foyer: Cards for good causes - charity Christmas cards on sale, 10am to 4pm (on sale Monday's to Saturday's until December 18) Plymouth Mind Centre, 8 Woodside, Greenbank: Alcoholics Anonymous, 7.30-9pm Plymouth Proprietary Library, 111 North Hill: Lecture by Cllr David Stark, The War Between the States: The name give by the Americans to their Civil War, 12-1pm Pyramid Suite, PAFC, Home Park, Milehouse: Plymouth Argyle Extra Time Activities for the Over 50's Group Tea Dance with Wally, 2-4pm. Reading and Recreational Hall, Butt Park Road, Honicknowle: Parent and Toddler Playgroup, 10-11.30am (term time only) St Budeaux Community Centre, Wolseley Road: The Oddfellows friendship for the over 50s, 2pm.

St Catherine's Church Hall, Catherine Street: NHS Retirement Fellowship, 11am.

St Paul's Extra Care Centre, Torridge Way, Efford: Singing-4- Fun, 2-3.30pm St Peter's Church, Wyndham Square: Tea dance with Len Jackman, 2-4pm Salvation Army Congress Hall, Armada Way: Open door cafe, 10am-1pm; Silver Lining Club, 1.30-2.45pm; Bible Study and Fellowship, 7.30-9pm Sherwell Church Centre, North Hill: Plymouth Forum offers friendship and a variety of leisure activities for the retired, 10.15am-11.45am; Alcoholic Anonymous, 6-7pm Smeaton's Tower, The Hoe: Open to the public, 10am-12 and 1-4.30pm Stoke Library, Albert Road: Display; Monet and his friends, library opening times apply (closed Wednesday's) The Guildhall, Lower Fore Street, Saltash: Amanda's Pop Kids - fun and fitness for pre-school children, 10am The Log Cabin, Pembroke Street, Devonport: Aces over 50s Club (meet weekly), 12.30-3pm Torpoint Community College, Trevol Road: CHAT line dancing classes, 6.15pm (every Tuesday and Thursday) Tothill Community Centre, Knighton Road, St Judes: Tothill Short Mat Bowls Club, all abilities welcome, 10am-1pm, (every Thursday) Unitarian Church, Princess Street: Drug Addicts Anonymous 12 step meeting, 6.30-9pm Village Hall, Elburton: Elburton WI, 7.30pm, (1st Thursday of month) William Sutton Memorial Hall, 6 Shelley Way, St Budeaux: Seated keep fit circuits (for all ages), 11.30am-12.30pm William Venton Centre, Plymstock: Yoga, 10-11.30am Woodford Methodist Community Church, Greenway Avenue, Plympton: Craft workshop, 7-9pm Woodland Fort Community Centre, Honicknowle: Plymouth Jigsaw Library, 2-3pm Woolwell Community Centre, Darklake Lane: Amanda's Pop Kids Over 5's Dance Class, 4pm Don't miss Nicky's daily community guide in The Herald, with a full week-ahead list every Friday in What's On. Please submit events taking place during the festive season earlier rather than later to ensure inclusion in the listings. Email her your event at whatson@theplymouthherald.co.uk (c) 2012 ProQuest Information and Learning Company; All Rights Reserved.

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