I think you already know how much I love Port Isaac Village Hall. It’s taken up so much of my time for nearly twenty years (I know, I found that hard to believe as well!). We are a really strong Management Committee who run the Hall and we all work our little socks off to keep the Hall looking good and maintaining it, mending it, raising money for it, painting it … but we all have day jobs that seem to get in the way when we have such a bit task ahead of us! That task is to build a side extension to house hall floor level multi-access toilets and baby changing facilities and then extend and refurbish the kitchen, bring our hall into the 21st century and making it truly a Hall for All. We have had so much help since we launched our DIY SOS Appeal at the beginning of the year but we now need hard cash to get this extension built. One of the ways we are trying to raise money is our Crowdfunding Campaign that launched today. And I think you know what’s coming next! If you could support us in any way, it would be lovely.
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The slipway on Port Isaac beach played host to an extremely busy service for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. The service honours and gives thanks for all the Lifeboat crews across the country and blesses the station’s D class lifeboat.
The service raises awareness and much needed funds to keep the lifeboat running and is a very popular event each year for local residents and visitors alike.