Thursday, 18 January 2018

St Ives Arts Club - Spring Exhibitions

St Ives Arts Club - Exhibition
St Ives Arts Club - Exhibitions


The first exhibition of the new season opens at St Ives Arts Club on Saturday 10th February 2018.

A Storm Over St Ives.

An abundance of colour in textiles and metalwork.

Sharon McSwiney and Alison Dupernex.

Open daily from 10.30 am to 4.00 pm until Friday 23rd February 2018.

More exhibitions at the club follow through Spring and Summer including:
  • Arts Club Members Easter Exhibition.
  • Christine Penberthy and Barbara Hoy.
  • Alan Holmes.
  • Catherine Vondrak.
  • Lesley Doswell & Darren Clarke.
Also a new production by Imago Theatre Company
and live music with Nick Harper.

More details of the Spring and Summer programme on:
St Ives Arts Club - What's On

More events in St Ives on:
St Ives Cornwall - What's On

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

St Ives Buses - Winter Timetable

St Ives Cornwall - Buses - Local Services
St Ives Cornwall - Buses - Local Services


Local bus services from St Ives Bus Company will continue to operate through the Winter.

Route 1 runs from Penbeagle, through Ayr to Royal Square then on to Carbis Bay, Lelant and Hayle.
Then returns to St Ives via the same route.

Details of timetable and route can be found on:
St Ives Buses - Website

More routes will re-start in Spring including regular services to / from the car parks, the town centre and Porthmeor Beach.

In the meantime - park and ride services - for coaches parking by arrangement at St Ives Coach Park at the top of The Stennack - also continue to run as needed. More info on:
St Ives Coach Park - Website

Latest news and info will be posted on:
St Ives Buses - Facebook

Monday, 8 January 2018

St Ives Library - Education Hub - New Courses

St Ives Cornwall - Education Hub
St Ives Cornwall - Education Hub

There is a new programme of courses for 2018 at the Education Hub
at St Ives Library.

Run in association with Workers Educational Association (WEA) Cornwall and Penwith College.

Details of the first four - on a varied and interesting range of subjects - are below.

Free places are available on the WEA courses if you are on qualifying benefits. Use the links for each to check details - or call in at the library for more help.

Also - advance booking is essential - you can't just turn up on the day.

If there are not enough students booked in advance the courses will be cancelled. Which would be a shame ... after all the hard work that the library team and others have put in to get this programme up and running ... and after so many people have said that they want to see further education courses return to St Ives.

So please book!
Or call in at the library for more info and help if you need it.

Digital Photography For Beginners.
Starts: Monday 15th January.
10 weeks - evenings - 6.00 to 8.00 pm.
This course covers basic camera techniques coupled with Adobe Photoshop.
Info and booking:
Penwith College - Course Details ......

Exploring Print and Paper - with St Ives Textile Artist Jo McIntosh.
Starts: Tuesday 30th January.
8 weeks - evenings - 7.00 to 9.00 pm.
This course will cover a range of techniques including collage, eco printing, making fabric paper, how to hand dye paper, simple screenprinting, how to make envelopes, make a concertina book and how to make an altered book from an old book.
Info and booking:
WEA Cornwall - Course Details ......

Cornish Folklore and Traditions.
Starts: Monday 5th February.
6 weeks - evenings - 7.00 to 9.00 pm.
Cornwall is well known for its folk customs e.g. the Padstow Obby Oss, Helston Furry Day, St Columb Major hurling etc. with some living customs going back to the medieval catholic 'broad church' days of St George and Robin Hood. Recent revivals include Golowan. This course will explore possible origins and purpose of folklore and folk customs using the following themes - celebrating the seasons, rites of passage, protection against evil, social control and sense of place.
Info and booking:
WEA Cornwall - Course Details ......

Creative Writing For Performance.
Starts: Wednesday 7th February.
6 weeks - afternoons - 1.00 to 3.00 pm.
A course for aspiring writers to produce material they will be able read or perform at local arts and literature festivals.
Info and booking:
WEA Cornwall - Course Details ......

More courses and events are planned for the rest of 2018.

For more information call in at St Ives Library - on Gabriel Street in the town centre. Or - visit:

St Ives Library - Facebook

St Ives Education Hub - Facebook





Friday, 5 January 2018

What's On In St Ives - January 2018

St Ives Cornwall - Porthmeor In Winter
St Ives Cornwall - Porthmeor In Winter


A varied selection of events around town in January.
Lots going on here even in the depths of Winter!

The Castle Inn
Continuing their tradition of keeping things going for both locals and visitors through Winter, not just in the main tourist season.
The popular Fun Pub Quiz with Lovely Auntie Liz is on every Monday night at 8.30 pm.
Plus live music every weekend - although dates may vary slightly so check out:
The Castle Inn - Facebook

St Ives Community Orchard
Apple Wassail - Sunday 14th January at 3.00 pm.
A very old tradition to 'bless' the trees to produce a good harvest for the coming year.
Also - Working Parties - all welcome to come along and help to maintain the orchard. The first is on Sunday 7th January at 11.00 am. After that dates and times may vary - and more wassailing may be scheduled - so for info check out:
St Ives Community Orchard - Facebook

St Ives Library
Community events through the week including Bounce and Rhyme for little ones and parents on Wednesdays, Family History Group on Fridays, monthly Sewing Group on Friday 12th January and Poetry Workshop on Friday 19th. Plus a new programme of further education courses - for more info go to:
St Ives Library - Facebook

St Ives Farmers Market
Fresh local produce, made in Cornwall crafts, music and a wonderful cafe. Every Thursday from 9.30 am to 2.00 pm at St Ives Guildhall - all year round. Recently awarded the title of "Best Farmers Market in the South West" by Taste of the West.
The other regular markets return to The Guildhall at Easter.
St Ives Farmers Market - Facebook

St Ives Glass Art
Get creative with Taster Workshops on Tuesday 9th, Thursday 18th and Saturday 27th January. Contact Terri Bunn to book - call 01736 601 968 or message via:
St Ives Glass Art - Facebook

Pipeline Theatre - The Angels of Fore Street
A community show made by people of Camborne and Redruth.
At St Ives Theatre on Tuesday 23rd January at 7.30 pm.
"Livvy and her parents aren't from round here. They're on their way home to London when disaster strikes, their dog runs away, and they are stranded in Cornwall on Christmas Eve ...... "
Sounds interesting - and its always nice to see more theatre in town - more details and very reasonably priced tickets on:
Cornish Riviera Box Office - Angels of Fore Street

More events through January - and the rest of 2018 - on:
St Ives Cornwall - What's On



If you are interested in advertising your events on my St Ives Whats's On - get in touch:
One St Ives - Facebook