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INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE VOICE
GIVING VOICE: Listening Mind, Moving Voice
, The Performance Centre, Falmouth
Giving Voice is a unique celebration of the voice in performance, the spoken voice and the singing voice. This International Festival comes to Falmouth for its 25th edition and offers a compendium of workshops, presentations and performances for professionals and the public led by vocalists from around the world. This years jewel box of a programme includes traditional Georgian polyphony; beatbox and vocal sound sculpture; electronica, folk, pop, indie and experimental.
Foot stomping, eye opening, spine tingling, hauntingly curious, achingly beautiful - performances to make your soul sing and your heart fly at Giving Voice!
St Mawes and other parts of Cornwall are feeling more cutoff than usual right now, as it emerges that Western Greyhound, the Newquay based bus company, has ceased trading.
Western Greyhound operated services between Truro & St Mawes, Newquay, St Austell and other localities in between.
First Kernow have announced that on routes where they provide a service, they will accept Western Greyhound tickets.
Meanwhile, First Kernow, Cornwall Council and other bus operators are in talks to try to restore service to those areas affected by the collapse.
Western Greyhound's website is offline with a single line of text saying "This website is not available until further notice." It had only relaunced the website, back on 25th February.
Our good friends at the Falmouth Packet have more details on this story, including the letter handed out to staff as they arrived for work this morning. http://www.falmouthpacket.co.uk/news/11854272.Jobs_at_risk_as_Western_Greyhound_goes_under/
An appeal has been launched to purchase and install a public access defibrilator, at Pendennis Point in Falmouth.
The defibrilator will be pruchased through local Cornish charity FLEET, the Front Line Emergency Equipment Trust, and dedicated to the memory of PC Andy Hocking, the popular community policeman for Falmouth who died suddenly on Sunday 8th March 2015, aged 52.
In the first 48 hours after te launch of the appeal, on the Just Giving website, over £500 has been raised, towards a target of £3,000.
Anyone who'd like to donate is encouraged to visit the website, at https://www.justgiving.com/FalmouthPADAppeal/ and click on the donate button.