All Saints Church Community Centre
Funders and Partners
Reopening of the Computer Suite by MP,
Harriet Harman, in April 2005.
Thanks to 771 RNAS Culdrose for the wonderful
aerial photographs of the Centre.
“Lady Rebecca and Norman
Williamson” by Robert Winfield
who attended the We Can Art
This painting reached the final
selection stage for an exhibition of
equestrian artists held at Mall
Objective One plaque presentation at the
All Saints Community Centre.
(Left to Right): Insp. Lyn Gooding, Treve James,
Mark Yeoman, Rev’d. Eddie Woon,
Mayor Cllr. Charles Bickford, Ken Churches.
New Park Rangers (the Centre’s adopted
football team of 2007) in their new Home Kit.
Migrant workers from Eastern Europe using
the Centre’s IT facilities.
Jamie Oliver’s new trainee chefs for 15 Cornwall.
The High Sheriff of Cornwall and Rev’d.
Andrew Yates, the Bishop’s Officer for
Social Responsibility, visiting All Saints.
Camborne Youth Band, National Community
Champions of Great Britain 2007,
performing at the Centre.
Gill, Naomi Kennedy Faith, Presenter BBC
Radio Cornwall, and Ruth at the
Church Urban Fund Believing in Local Action
Conference at the Eden Project.
The launch of the Alzheimer’s Society Memory
Cafe with Liz Wyndham, Alzheimer’s Society
Manager, Jane Grierson, author of
Knickers in the Fridge, Rev’d Eddie Woon,
Julia Goldsworthy, MP, Gillian James, Treve James
and the Bishop of St Germans,
The Rt Rev’d Royden Screech.
James Byers with his award for the
most supportive CLASP Member.
Bishop Tim talking to members
of the luncheon club.
Treve receiving a donation for the Centre
from St Day Line Dancers.
Vicky, Diane and Janet of
The Camborne/Redruth Live at Home Scheme
with their award from
Cornwall Community Foundation.
Students from Cornwall College
Construction Department under supervision
of Richard Wilson, Contractor Penzance.
Geoffrey Wilkinson presenting a
Big Lottery Reaching Communities cheque
to Mrs Gillian Butler, Vice Chair.
Visit from the Duke of Gloucester,
KG GCVO, 9th October 2012
to celebrate the final refurbishment
of the Centre.
Bev, new Centre Manager, getting involved with
Pancake Day fun 2016.
Mavis, Helen, Bev and Ann raising money for
Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital’s
Bad Hair Day, February 2016
In March 2016, the Centre hosted a
Slow Cooker Workshop
run by the CEP Energy Company.
Attendees learned about energy efficiency
and how to prepare a healthy meal.
The Centre, in conjunction with
All Saints Church, held an Art Exhibition
in the Church in May 2016.
One of the paintings on show
in the 2016 Art Exhibition.
Bruce, All Saints’ volunteer
and local artist, helped out during the
Art Exhibition, displayed his work and
held impromptu painting workshops
during the event.
Long-standing All Saints’ volunteer,
Dee, was presented with a town plaque for
her dedicated voluntary work
for community projects in May 2016.
Emily and Harry helping at a K9 Crusaders’
fund-raising event held at the Centre
in September 2016.
Danielle joined the Centre on work placement
in November 2016 – she bakes amazing
cakes and flapjacks, which are very popular
with the Centre’s users.
John and Doris, two of the Hi 5 Youth Club’s
volunteers, getting into the Christmas spirit
for the Youth Club’s party 2016.
Lou and Trixie at the first
Paws for a Chat Drop-in session January 2017.
Working together – Alzheimer’s Society
volunteer, Kay, and K9 Crusaders/All Saints
volunteer, Lou and her dogs
at a Paws for a Chat session.
Marcus, a work placement student who
joined us in January 2017,
making more delicious cakes.
Doris, Hi Five Youth Club volunteer,
making pancakes for Youth Club members.
Denny, 3Cs’ and Rendezvous Club volunteer,
tidying up the hydrangeas.
Kieran, 3Cs’ volunteer and member of CLASP,
demonstrating his carpet bowls’ skills.
Adrian and Kelly, Rendezvous Club members,
enjoying one of their new art sessions.
Rendezvous Club members getting creative.