Events in 2014

Events organised by Darite Heritage and other local organisations. If you have ideas for projects or activities you'd like then please contact us.

Quiz night

Saturday, 2014-02-08, 19:00 at Darite village hall

Return of the Heritage Quiz last enjoyed in March 2012 here is another opportunity to test your local knowledge - we guarantee you'll be challenged!

To enter is £5 for a team of four.

Snacks, tea and coffee will be available and you may bring your own alcoholic drinks.

The quiz will start at 19:30.

Organised by Darite Heritage.

Next event:

Return of the Owls

At a date yet to be decided

An opportunity to get up close to Owls native to Cornwall and beyond.

Local Owl expert Brian Hooper will give a presentation with live specimens.

Children are most welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

Admission is free and refreshments will be available at nominal cost.

Organised by Darite Heritage.

Treasure hunt

Saturday, 2014-05-31, starting at Darite village hall

A chance to walk out for an afternoon and exercise your observational skills. The route will take you near sources of refreshment and there will be more at the Village Hall when you return.

More details to follow.

Organised by Darite Heritage.

Annual General Meeting

Date to be decided

The Darite Heritage AGM - a chance to meet with members, discuss our activities and ideas for the future. There will be a short formal section to this meeting when we (re)elect committee members.

Past events

Notes about previous events: 2013 2012 2011


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