This page lists some of the exciting events coming up - put them in your diary now

Saturday 11 January, 6.30 for 7.00pm

Celebrate the immortal memory of Rabbie Burns with traditional Scottish fayre:
Haggis and/or Chicken, with Neeps and Tatties (vegetarian option available – please ask when booking); Scottish Style Dessert; Coffee and Shortbread; Whiskey Toast included.  
Early booking essential. Tickets £13.00 from Monica Biscoe 01209 861035, Mollie Pascoe 01209 860548, Lynne Gluyas 01209 861094, Ann Nicholls 01209 860678. Fundraiser for Cara Coweth Water

Thursday 2nd January 7.15 pm,


Thursday 2 January 7.15 pm

Have you recently welcomed a new puppy into your home?  BOWOW! Dog Training Club is now taking bookings for their next 9 week puppy course starting 2 January, for puppies up to the age of 6 months at the start of the course. Classes are held in the Tregonning Hall at 7.15pm on Thursdays. Receive your own personal Puppy Diary with exercises, handouts, and a BOWOW! DTC Puppy Training Certificate. If you would like to give your puppy the best possible start in life, get in touch and join in the fun! Spaces are limited so we recommend booking early. Contact info@bowowdtc.co.uk or visit WEBSITE for further information.

Friday 10 January,  1.30 to 3.30 pm

Stithians Baby and Toddler Group look forward to seeing old and new faces for play, fun and friendship in the Spring Term, starting on Friday 10 January 2020.  Mums, Dads, Grandparents and carers – All are welcome. The group meets every Friday in term time. SBTG will be running the Market Café in January, to raise funds. The Chocolate Tombola, organised by Libby, at the December Market, netted more than £40.00.  Thanks to all who contributed.
01209 860258: stithiansbtg@gmail.com


Saturday 18 January, 9.30 to 12.30

Visit Stithians first Market of the decade for local produce, gifts, crafts and plants. Locally reared meat, fresh vegetables and fruit, homemade bread, cakes, quiches and pastries,  eggs, cheeses, preserves, as well as crafts, plants, flowers, jewellery and gifts, all from local producers*. Lots of stalls, buy local and help mitigate climate change.

Drop by the Market Cafe for coffee, tea, bacon rolls and teacakes. And Stithians Library, located in The Stithians Centre, will be open from 10.00 to 12.00 noon. New members always welcome, so do come and browse.  *stalls may vary.


For details of stalls contact Michelle Burley on 07779 690504

Saturday 18th January, 9.30 to 12.30

Saturday 1 February, 7.45pm Doors Open & Bar 7.15pm

Our first Movie Night of 2020 is Fisherman's Friends. A fast-living, cynical London music executive heads to a remote Cornish village on a stag weekend where he is pranked by his boss into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen who value friendship and community over fame and fortune. Tickets £5.00 adult, £4.50 U-16 available from Seven Stars Inn Stithians from 2 January or reserve by email tscnews@btinternet.com. 

Pre-show supper offer valid for this event, see offer below.  Big Screen, licensed bar. Cert 12A. In partnership with Carn to Cove.



is located in The Stithians Centre and welcomes new members. A great selection of fiction, non-fiction and children's books. 

Open Tuesdays 6.00-8.00pm; Fridays 10.00-12.00 noon; Saturdays 10.00-12.00noon.


Saturday 4 April

Jeremy's Popmaster style quiz is back!

Book the date, Saturday 4 April, and get your team lined up for an evening of fun and friendly competition.

Teams maximum of 6 people.

More information coming soon.

Saturday 18 April, 8.00 pm, Bar 7.30pm


Jazz returns to The Stithians Centre with  '1959, The Golden Year of Jazz'. 1959 is often  considered an extremely influential year in the development of modern jazz and it spawned some of the genre’s finest albums of all times including Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue and Dave Brubeck’s Time Out.

Neil Maya has been developing the concept of performance focusing on the music of this seminal year since his quartet’s very successful Brubeck Project two years ago. Neil has a real affinity with the ’50s approach to jazz of which 1959 reaches a high point  PREVIEW 
Advance Tickets £9 adult, £7 concession, £25 family BOOK HERE. Seven Stars pre-show supper deal valid for this show, see below. In partnership with Carn to Cove.

Movie Supper Discount at The Seven Stars 

Get 10% off your bill at the Seven Stars Inn when you dine before a Stithians Centre Movie. Tables, for maximum 6 people, must be pre-booked for 6 to 7pm quoting 'Supper offer '. Enjoy a 10% discount on your food and drink on presentation of valid ticket for the movie screening. Next movie screening Saturday 1st February 2020, Fisherman's Friends, details at  stithianscentre.org.uk. You can purchase your film/show tickets in the New Year from the Seven Stars, either cash, or cheque payable to The Stithians Centre. Adult £5, U-15s £4.50. Film Cert 12A.


See Seven Stars Inn FACEBOOK for latest opening times. Phone 01209 860003



New members are very welcome. First meeting free.Coffee and good chat every time. 

The club meets on the third Monday of each month except July and August.

More information from Denis 01209 861309

Fridays,  7.30 to 10.00 pm

A very friendly club of mixed abilities that meets on Friday evenings. Whether you are an experienced player, a lapsed player, or a complete beginner you will be made very welcome. No commitment required. Why not find out more?

Experienced/intermediate level:  contact John Colgate, 01209 860451 colgavh@btinternet.com

Beginners/lapsed:  Judith Twigger, 07931 346998, twigger@btinternet.com or

Margaret Ramsey, 01209 861361, ramsey.kenfield@gmail.com

Friday Coffee Stop

The Friday morning Coffee Stop continues to flourish and welcomes new people. In return for a cup of coffee or tea and a slice of delicious cake, they just ask for a donation and all donations are given to various organisations.


Last year £2000 has been donated to various, mainly local, organisations including Cubs, Guides, Beavers, Brownies, Scouts, Stithians Village Choir, Evergreens, Merlin Centre, The Cove, McMillan Nurses and Children in Need. If you know of any organisations that would benefit from a donation, please contact Margaret Ramsey on 01209 861361.


Everyone welcome.

All proceeds to charitable causes.
Every Friday 10.30 to 12.00 noon

Just moved to Stithians?

The Friday morning Coffee Stop is a great way to meet new people in an informal gathering. They will all be pleased to answer any questions you may have or will at least point you in the direction of someone who can help.


You will be very welcome.

Every Friday 10.30 to 12.00 noon

Friday 10 January, 10.30 am to 12.00 nooon
No Coffee Stop on 3 January.
Organised by St Stythians Parish Church.


Free taster sessions available - please phone or email to enquire.

2 and 3 year old funded places available 
30 hours funding to those who are eligible
Newly landscaped garden area


Preschool hours are 9 – 3 Monday – Friday 

Breakfast club – B4 club - from 3 years old, opens at 8 am

After school club – L8 club - from 3 years old, 3-6pm

Drop off and pick-up service to and from school


Stithians Pre-School offers a warm and nurturing environment to enable every child to learn and develop to the best of their potential. Modern, self-contained, purpose-built premises in The Stithians Centre. Large outside terrace and newly landscaped garden for the children to play in and explore.

Contact: 01209 862727 or general_enquiries@stithianspreschool.org.uk
8 – 6 Mon – Fri (school terms times)

Stithians Noticeboard

All Things Stithians


All Things Stithians is a new Facebook Group that businesses, clubs, organisations and individuals can join to promote their activities and keep everyone informed of things occurring locally including news, incidents & events. Launched on 5 September 2017 by Stithians Parish Council, the Group is growing fast with over 1050

members so check it out and stay in touch with your community 

A great way to promote your event or activity


Stithians Parish Council (SPC)


Your Parish Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7.00pm in the Hendra Room at The Stithians Centre. Everyone is welcome to attend and there is a public participation section at approximately 7.15pm when you can raise any matter you wish with your councillors. 



Next Meeting Tuesday 19th November, 7.00 pm 

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