Our events

October 5 - fundraising coffee morning


It's our twice-yearly coffee morning at the Institute (clock tower) in Kingsand. Please join us from 10 to 12 for coffees and teas, delicious cakes, bric a brac, raffle, etc.
Donations of raffle prizes, cakes and (good) bric a brac gratefully received.
 

October 25 - film screening


Join us at the Congregational Hall on Garrett St, Cawsand for a screening of Cal Major's amazing Paddle Against Plastic film. Cal was the first person to single-handedly paddle board from Land's End to John O'Groats, facing all kinds of challenges along the way, and cleaning up (and raising awareness about) plastic pollution along the way. We are hoping this wonderfully inspirational woman will be with us on the evening to answer questions and tell us more about her work after the screening.
You can watch a trailer for the  film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kV5AazZPOBA
Screening at 7pm so please be there in good time. £2 on the door.

 

October 26 - beach clean

 

Location and time to be confirmed nearer the date.

 

November 10 - screening of 'Chasing Coral'


We are partnering with Rame Climate Action to show this extraordinary film in Millbrook Village Hall. With a Q&A afterwards with Simon Pittman from Plymouth University, who has spent years researching the impact of climate change on marine ecosystems, and footage of the impact of climate change on local fishermen. 
You can watch a trailer for the film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6fHA9R2cKI
Screening at 7pm so please be there in good time. Free entry, but donations gratefully accepted.
 

November 29 - AGM and turtle talk


We hope you can join us for our AGM at Cawsand Congregational Hall, Garrett St. With an overview of everything we've achieved over the past year, a look forward to what's ahead, and an talk by Millbrook's own Jay Boyle, who many of you will know, about his experiences working on a turtle conservation project in Costa Rica. The talk will be illustrated by some of the amazing pictures taken by Jay - some of which won him a National Geographic photography award.
We'll also have mulled wine and RPBC Christmas cards for sale.
Please join us at 7pm.