St Goran Church
Bobby Tregunna 01726 843864
Clare Lawrence 07739 468 142
Wednesdays 9.15 to 10.30am Legs, bums and tums-Memorial Village Hall, Gorran Haven
10.30 to 11.15am Movement to Music class- Memorial Village Hall, Gorran Haven
Friends of Gorran Community Bus
Christine Williams (Chair)
Support Gorran community bus by raising funds and also operate the Gorran Bus Supporters Group
Friends of St Goran, St Just and St Michael Caerhays
Secretary Jill Hargraves 01726 842166
email : email@example.com
For Hall Bookings for the West End Room
Margaret Jordan 01726 842836
Fund raising team to support these local churches
Friends of the Triangle
A group of volunteers who try to make the triangle more attractive with plants and bulbs.
Volunteers and donations towards the cost of plants are welcomed.
Gorran Cricket Club
Sally Kendall secretary
Gorran Football Club
Training evening Bell Hill 6.30pm
Gorran and District Phoenix Group
Maureen Scott OR Peggy Wright
01726 842835 01726 842369
3rd Tuesday of month
Bell Hill Community Room
Gorran Haven Beavers
Meet at St Ewe Village Hall
for ages 6-8 years
Gorran Haven Film Society
Chairman. Richard Bennett 01726 842482
Meet First Tuesday of the month at The Memorial Village Hall Gorran Haven at 7.00pm
and Second Tuesday of every month at The Barley Sheaf, Gorran at 700pm
New members who live in the area are most welcome
Steve Williams secretary
For temporary visitors moorings please contact
Gorran Haven Memorial Village Hall
(formerly The Institute)
Looby Barkhuysen secretary
Organise numerous events in the village
Easter Egg Rolling
Please view separate page under COMMUNITY
Gorran Haven and Mevagissey Brownies
Meet Wednesday 5.30-7pm
St Andrews Church, Mevagissey.
for girls aged 7-10 years
Gorran Haven Snooker Club
Secretary:Ray Cresswell 01726 844600
Gorran Haven Yoga Group
Meet St Ewe Village Hall Thursday evenings 7-9pm
Gorran and Mevagissey Cubs
Meet Mondays 6.30-8.15pm
St Ewe Village Hall
for ages 8-11 years
Meet Wednesdays Bell Hill Community Rooms 4.30-5.30pm
This is a pre-brownie group for 5-7 year olds, a section of Girl Guiding.
Gorran under 11’s and under 14’s Football Teams
Jan Bartlett secretary
01726 842595(school) or 01726 844186
For ages 2-4 years
Elliot Hut Gorran School
Knit & Natter Group
Tele: 01726 842873 or 843345
Lodge Art Circle
Ann Kellaway secretary
Meetings held weekly on Thursdays 9am-12 noon at Bell Hill Community Rooms
For membership please contact Ann Kellaway
Chat Club at the Village Hall
A home cooked two course lunch and a get together with friends at the Memorial Village Hall, Gorran Haven.
Open to residents, visitors, young or not – so – young.
Meet at 12 noon alternate Thursdays. Please see Village Diary for confirmation of dates.
Jill Scott secretary
Maureen Pascoe School of Dance
Meet Mevagissey School Tuedays from 3pm
from aged 3 years
Mevagissey Ladies Choir
Judy Fuller secretary
01726 842692 email: Judyifuller@aol.com
Choir practice Thursdays 7.30pm at St Andrews Mevagissey
Welcome visitors to join them and new members
Mother and Babies Toddlers Group
Haven Church 10-11.30am Tuesdays (Term time only)
for 0-5 years
Mount Zion Church Youth Group “Oasis”
Richard & Jayne Holmes
For ages 11 years and over
Meet Friday term-time 7.30-9pm at Mount Zion Chapel, Gorran Haven
Mount Zion Church Youth Group “Quest”
Geoff & Sue Fox
For ages 6-11 years
Meet Fridays term-time 6.00 – 7.15pm at Mount Zion Church, Gorran Haven
Short Mat Bowls
Contact Brian Smelt 01872 530428
Meet St Ewe Village Hall Mondays 2.00pm – 4.00pm
St Goran Old Cornwall Society
Sue Fox secretary
Meetings held first Monday of the month at Bell Hill Community Room
St Goran Parish Council
Mrs Lesley Pothecary
St Goran History Group
Michael Bunney 07572541771
St Goran Playing Field Trust
Michael Bunney secretary
To book Bell Hill Community Rooms
contact Jane Andrews
St.GORAN PLAYING FIELD TRUST
CHILD AND VULNERABLE ADULTS
This statement of policy and procedures applies to users of, and activities in, St.Goran Playing Field and Community Room and any ancillary activities which are the responsibility of the Playing Field Trust.
This policy is in place to protect all children and vulnerable adults regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, religion or faith.
The welfare of the child or vulnerable adult is paramount and is the responsibility of everyone. All children and vulnerable adults have the right to protection from abuse whether physical, verbal, sexual, bullying, exclusion or neglect.
All people associated with the Playing Field and the Community Room and its use have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.
The Trust Management committee will endeavour to keep the premises safe for use.
No member of the Trust Management Committee, outside contractors, hirers or volunteers will have unsupervised access to children or vulnerable adults unless in possession of appropriate clearance such as DBS.
The Trust Management Committee will ensure that all hirers/users of the Hall are aware that any safeguarding of children or vulnerable adults is the responsibility of the hirers.
Hirers need to be aware that facilities such as the toilets might be shared with other groups and that appropriate supervision/arrangements should be made.
The Trust Management Committee will ensure that hirers are made aware of their obligations under the Licensing Act 2003 to ensure that alcohol is not sold to those under the age of 18 and that no gambling or entertainment of an adult or sexual nature shall be permitted on the premises.
Acceptance of the St.Goran Playing Field and Community Room Trust safeguarding policy is part of the agreed contract taken out on hiring the Field and/or Room.
A copy of this policy is available on the village website and will be displayed for the attention of all on the Community Room notice board. The policy will be reviewed on a regular basis.
St Goran Rowing Club
Jackie Enos Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01726 843257
Michael Bunney Chairman- email@example.com
Adult training Sundays from 9.30am
Club night Thursdays 6.30pm Meet at the Gig Shed in the field next to the car park
Membership from 11 years up
Time to Talk (about mental health)
Memorial Village Hall
Looby Barkhuysen 01726 844506
University of the Third Age (U3A)
The primary role of the U3A is to provide opportunities for learning for retired people over 50, either to gain knowledge and insights or to expand on what they already have. In doing so, new interest, companionship and entertainment are enjoyed and members are offered a chance to contribute to something for the benefit of fellow members.
St Austell U3A
Membership Secretary; Pam Yelland