Cafe wins a

top award

CORNISH county winners in the Westcountry Cooking Awards included Sleepy Hollow Farm at Harrowbarrow which won the best cafe award.

One of the judges, Sara Paston Williams, food historian for the National Trust, said: 'Sleepy Hollow has only recently opened and we hope that with this encouragement they will go from strength to strength.'

The awards focused on high quality and use of fresh local produce.

Forum at

the school

A FORUM on drugs and sexual health issues is to be held in the main hall of Callington community college on December 5 at 7.30pm.

The aim is to allow parents to share their experiences and learn more about the issues - as well as working together to support others. Those interested in attending should call 01579 383292.

Brotherhood's loss

of vice president

ON November 10, Callington Brotherhood suffered the sad loss of vice president, Brother Jack James.

As the registration secretary and assistant treasurer, Jack was the longest serving officer of the society, having been a member for over 50 years. He passed away suddenly outside the Methodist Church.

Jack was a very loyal member and his support and faithful service will be greatly missed by the Brotherhood and the community. Deepest sympathy is extended to his wife Gwen and family.