This year’s Port Navas Regatta will be starting at 1.00pm on Saturday July 30th
We’re not being allowed the use of the Ponsaverran field this year so sadly there will be no children’s races, but there will be a grand fancy dress parade with the theme: ‘Carnival’. The games will be sited along Quay Road adjacent to the creek, and the catering and bar will be in the Yacht Club Car Park. There will be all the usual excitement on the water and everyone is welcome, so do come along for a great family afternoon out.
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The Port Navas Village Hall has a full programme of talks, courses and exhibitions. Please check our programme and do come along and support our events. The hall is here for the benefit of the village and we hope the programme is to your liking. All comments and suggestions would be most welcome.
You can book the hall for private and group events by ringing Bernice Wickins on 01326 340718. There is a modest charge.
Visit the Port Navas Yacht Club website.
The Helford Ladies Supervets were #1 at the recent World Gig Rowing Championships held in the Scillies.
Congratulations to Misri Dey, Penny McGovern, Kim Lyall, Laura Brittain-Long, Nicky Wilson, Tracey Rickard and their cox Phil Badger.
It was lovely to have so many people from Port Navas – and seemingly everywhere else, to help make the celebration of my first hundred years such a happy time. I’ve been overwhelmed with good wishes, cards and suchlike – for which very many thanks. The most important thing though has been to share it with so many friends! Thank you all for just being yourselves.
Here’s wishing that the next 100 years and more at Port Navas are marked with as much fun, joy and comradeship.
With love to you all,
Saturday April 2nd 2016
Fifty of Peggy Shepperd’s friends and family, neighbours and fellow painters, squeezed into The Port Navas Yacht club for a wonderful evening to celebrate Peggy’s centenary. …more
April 1st 2016
The Village Hall was packed with family, friends and neighbours for Peggy Shepperd’s 100th birthday. Dilys presented a card which everyone had signed and a £100 voucher for Peggy to spend at Marks and Spencers with the help of a personal shopper.
View the first batch of photos.
On Good Friday, just a week before her 100th birthday, Peggy Shepperd and son Andrew hosted a special event to open Peggy’s exhibition and launch the second edition of her book: The Port Navas Story. Hot cross buns and sherry were served as friends and neighbours enjoyed the sunshine; the occasion; the company, and the chance to see Peggy’s lovely paintings.
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