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What’s going on?


What’s going on around south-east Cornwall in July 2016 to August 2016


There’s just so much going on in our brilliant area. Here’s a pick of a few, but see plenty more at www.saltash.gov.uk/eventslist.php


Sat 9 Jul A Tale of Retail (the changing face of


Fore Street shopping) 10:00am - 4:00pm This year’s exhibition at Saltash Heritage Museum, 17 Lower Fore Street. Free entry. www.Saltash-Heritage.org.uk


Sun 10 Jul


Charity Teddy Bears’ Picnic 11:00am - 2:00pm


Join the Mayor for a Charity Teddy Bears’ Picnic at Longstone Park Saltash. Games & Activities, pocket money stalls


Wed 13 Jul


Saltash Ladies Choir 7:30pm - 9:15pm Saltash Ladies Choir Practise Wednesday nights at Saltash Wesley Church. Mrs. Rita Hannaford, 01752 510344


Fri 15 Jul


Play Rugby all year round 6:00pm


Open to everyone 16+, ladies and beginners especially. Free! Saltash Rugby Club, Moorlands Lane, Saltash PL12 4HJ 02touch@saltashrfc.co.uk


Dates throughout July/August


The Wizard of Oz Sterts Theatre Company. Packed with your favourite songs and colourful characters, this family show is simply spectacular. www.sterts.co.uk/


Tue 2 Aug


Saltash weekly walk 10:00am - 11:30am An easy walk to encourage people to start walking as a way of improving health. Meet and return to Ashtorre Rock, for a drink and socialise. Marcia Henning 07795 496623 marcia.henning@cornwall.nhs.uk


First Thursday of the month


Police drop in 10:30am - 12:00pm Police Community Support Offi cers visit Saltash Library on the fi rst Thursday of each month. They are happy to listen to any community issue and offer advice and support where they can. There is a room for private discussion.


First Friday of the month


Community market 10:00am - 2:00pm Local quality food at 4 Fore Street, Saltash (opposite Specsavers) fi rst Friday of the month


Thu 11 Aug


Gloucester coach trip 8:00am - 8:00pm Visit Gloucester Quays to enjoy the stunning new outlets and Gloucester Cathedral. Leave St. Stephen’s Church. Tickets £17 per person (payment up front please) on sale now from: Steve Hookway 07855600241


Wed 20 Jul


Pregnancy yoga 7:30pm - 9:00pm


Dates throughout July/August


Gentle stretching, breathing and relaxation to nurture and nourish mother and baby. Classes held at The Core in Saltash. For more details and to book your place please contact Abi Cross 07800 595609, abi_cross@hotmail.com


If you would like your club or event mentioned for free please email steve@henningsmoir.com


Fri Aug 12


Phil Cambells All Star Band Livewire Waterfront Saltash 7 -11 www.livewireyouth.com


Sun 21 Aug


Art on the Edge 10:00am - 4:00pm


More than 60 new and original artworks on show by 13 local artists joined by pupils of Bishop Cornwall and Burraton primary schools. Take part in an interactive artwork Please email or post on our ‘Ashtorre Artists’ Facebook page ashtorre.artists@gmail.com www.ashtorre-artists.weebly.com


Crunchy almond and raspberry cake, with dark chocolate


Prep time: 10 mins Cooking: 60-65 mins Serves: 8


WHAT YOU’LL NEED 175g butter at room temp 175g golden caster sugar 3 med free range eggs 150g self-rsg fl our 75g ground almonds


150g amaretti biscuits, crumbled 50g dark chocolate, chopped 200g raspberries


mascarpone or cream, to serve


WHAT TO DO 1. Grease and line the base of a 20cm, loose-bottomed cake tin.


2. Preheat the oven to 160C, gas 3


3. Using an electric whisk, beat the butter, eggs, sugar, fl our and almonds till smooth and creamy. Carefully fold in two-thirds of the biscuits, chocolate and rasbs.


4. Spoon into the prepared tin. Scatter the remaining biscuits rasbs and chocolate on top.


5. Bake for 60-65 minutes or until risen, golden brown and set. Leave to sit in the tin for fi ve minutes, then lift our and leave to cool completely.


6. Slice and serve with a spoon of mascarpone or cream. Delicious!


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CHARITIES: CAN WE HELP?


If any local charity would like some help with fund-raising, please email steve@henningsmoir.com with a brief synopsis of what your charity does and who benefi ts – and we’ll see what we can do!


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Newsletter for Saltash and South East Cornwall July/ August 2016


Referendum: in or out, will it make a difference?


Director Steve Moir looks back: “Now the Referendum is over we can look back and see if it has had any effect on the property market. Forecasters have been predicting doom and gloom in the run up but certainly from our perspective this hasn’t been the case. May was a record month in all departments with sales up, lettings up and more people moving to a new home than any other month this year”.


Looking forward, offi ce manager Alison Palmer says “we have always felt whatever the outcome of the Referendum people still need to move home for a variety of reasons. House prices and rents are still affordable in this area and we still see a growing number of people relocating from the southeast.”


The Experts in Property


When it comes to selling your home it’s important you chose the right estate agent.


Some people like the expertise and knowledge of a local independent agent. Others like the reassurance of a large chain.


But imagine if you could get the best of both worlds ... and all for just one agent’s fee.


Well now you can. Because if you instruct us, then as members of The Experts in Property you don’t just get one agent but 80 agents, right across the Westcountry.


All are experienced, trained agents with knowledge of their local area. When you sell or rent through Hennings Moir this puts your property in front of many, many more buyers or tenants than you’d normally get.


…and £380 for Foodbank


At the Saltash May Fair we helped Saltash Foodbank raise over £380 selling raffl e tickets for over 20 donated hampers. Please drop any food donations to our offi ce on Fore Street, helping much needed short term food for people in crisis.


Amy’s £815 for Huntingdons


Lettings Negotiator Amy Llewellyn ran the Plymouth half marathon raising £815 for Huntingdons, a hereditary disease of the nervous system, from which Amy’s mum suffers so we will continue to raise funds for this worthwhile charity.


If you’re thinking of selling, you can fi nd free and, dare we say, brilliant advice on everything from selling in winter to dealing with bats in the attic! Check out our articles at www.henningsmoir.wordpress.com


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