Welcome to the Withiel Village Website

This website is for the people of Withiel, St Wenn and neighbouring communities. Please send any information, news and pictures to info@withiel.com or simoncoy@withiel.com. We welcome feedback

If you have an event for the diary, send date, time and a brief description to jobrackenbury@btconnect.com.

Withiel Toddler Group

Tuesdays 9.30am-12 noon The weekly drop-in Toddler Group run by Wendy Symons is a hit with both children and parents. Babies and their older siblings are all catered for (up…

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Bishop’s Move

The Bishop of St Germans will take services at St Wenn (10am) andWithiel (11.15 am) on Sunday 14th  August 2022. From Simon Coy, Secretary of St Clement, Withiel: We don’t…

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Cream Tea

Cream Tea in the Village Hall.Sunday, 14 August, 2.00 – 4.30 pmAll welcome. Proceeds to Bodmin Memory Café, Maureen Lloyds Music Group & Withiel Village HallSupporting people living with memory…

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Listen to the Moon

This book by Michael Morpurgo, set on Bryher, prompted a lively Second Circle discussion about World War I, the nature of the enemy and the importance of family and friends.…

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Help needed!

Withiel Flower Festival is August Bank Holiday weekend and George Kestell is looking for a few people to help with exhibits. He needs somebody to depict Weddings on the altar…

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Return of the Fete

It drizzled a bit but nobody cared. The village fete was back for the first time since 2019 and the hall was full. Opened by Mr Tony Liddicoat and organised…

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Village Hall back in business

The Hall Social Group is firing on all cylinders. Here’s a taster of what’s coming up: Sunday 14th August 2-4:30pm Cream Tea supporting local memory and dementia charities. Saturday 3rd September Withiel…

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Withiel Flower Festival

Withel flower festival is at the end of August, flower arranging day is 25th August. If you would like to take part please let George Kestell know: 07940 846438 or…

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King Arthur (or Ham-a-lot)
October 20-22

Tickets for the pantomine are now available online: RuthernValleyPlayers.co.uk There will be just four performances: Thursday, October 20 at 7 pm; Friday, Oct 21 at 7 pm; Saturday matinee, October 22…

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Cricket: Withiel v St Wenn

After a dismal morning the sun shone, there was a good crowd and everyone had a lovely afternoon. The match was fiercely contested but St Wenn bowled well and were…

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Jubilee Weekend round-up

Jo Trudgian writes: As I sit writing this article, I am reminded of the various letters, cards, texts and messages thanking me for co-ordinating the St Wenn & Withiel Jubilee…

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Royal teamwork

Dance the Decades over the Jubilee weekend was a great example of what can be achieved when people pull together. Jo Trudgian, one of the Jubilee celebrations team, says: “Shame…

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A cracking fry-up

The Goad men of St Wenn fried more than 150 eggs – and many stacks of pancakes – for the Great British Breakfast on Saturday. Organised by the Friends of…

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Jubilee planters

Thanks to all who bought one of Rob’s Jubilee planters. A further £245 was raised for the church

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Crowning glory

1st prize in the Jubilee Cake Decorating competition went to Sue Bowden for a glorious entry

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Jubilee walk

The rain held off on Saturday morning as dozens of villagers walked from Withiel to St Wenn along a sign-posted route that was new to most. It was uphill towards…

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Fairy dust

If you missed May’s music hall extravaganza you missed a treat: sea shanties, poems on Cornish life, hilarious silent skits, a joyful rendition of Trelawney and, star of the show,…

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