St Minver Football Club is very active and runs 2 teams with around 40 players and had a record breaking season in 2016/17 when we won an unprecedented treble including the Cornwall Junior Cup, KMD League Cup and we were crowned Duchy League Premiership Champions.
This term our theme has been Express Myself & the Challenge Badge we worked towards was “If you can’t be a unicorn, be unique, be yourself”.
Girls develop their creativity in all sorts of ways. This term they have made up stories & created inventions to solve problems & started thing laterally & taught creative skills to their friends.
1st St Minver Scout Group has been popular for young people within the Parishes of St Minver and beyond for many generations.
1st St Minver Scout Group offers a fun filled programme of activity and progressive training for young people, boys and girls, from the age of six through to 18.
An afternoon cream tea fundraising event was held on Friday the 12 July to raise funds for the St Minver Community Hub. As well as raising much needed funds, the occasion provided an opportunity to share information with the public about the plans for the Community Hub and the ongoing developments.
Our digital workshop – “Get Confident Online” was designed to help people how to use computers and the internet.
It was a free, friendly and informal training session and was very much appreciated by those who attended.
The Story so far
The recreation ground at Trewint was bequeathed to the Parish in the 1950’s. Since then it has been home to St Minver Football Club. For the last 30 years it has also been home for the St Minver Scouts and Guides, and the pre-school along with the play area that was refurbished with a grant from Cornwall Council in 2002. Lowlands Parish Council maintain the site along with the public toilets. Each group has grown over the years and maintained their own buildings, but despite the best efforts of all those involved, with the exception of the pre-school which is a new, more recent build, the cost of on- going repairs is increasing and beyond the fund raising that each group can achieve.
Countless young people some of whom are now grandparents to the present day Scouts and Guides have used this recreation area and we want to see it continue to be fit for purpose and provide a true community hub in the heart of the village for all to enjoy.Continue reading “New Community Hub – The Journey Begins!”