Some natural remedies that may help your flu/cold like symptoms. All but 2 available from us.

For those not already aware. We offer “free” daily local delivery from both our stores and cover a lot of ground with our mobile shop. So if you don’t fancy leaving the house at this worrying time then we can still offer you fresh produce delivered to your door!

We’ll even leave it outside and you can just BACS or ring through payment after delivery to avoid contact if you so wish!!

We’ll even nip to Williams Butchers, Baker Toms &/or Barnies on your behalf as we do already for many customers.

Take care all

www.thevinecornwall.co.uk

The Vine Wadebridge - 01208 815095

The Vine - Bodmin - 01208 76677

We are offering a home delivery service to all those who wish to self isolate during this Coronavirus outbreak.

In particular we would like to help our elderly and vulnerable customers at this uncertain time.

Whether you need;
vitamins ✅
minerals ✅
supplements ✅
toiletries ✅
cleaning products ✅
a store cupboard top up ✅
frozen food ✅
or fridge favourites ✅
we can help. ✅

For people living in a PL27 postcode (Wadebridge) there will be no minimum order, however there will be a delivery fee of £2.00 for orders under £10. Orders over £10 will have free delivery.

For people in surrounding areas the delivery fee is £2.75 for any orders under £25. Orders over £25 will have free delivery.

Give us a call in store on  01208 814500 to place your order and book your delivery slot.

Please share this post and details with family in Wadebridge and surrounding areas who are not on social media.

Our website www.elixirhealth.co.uk will be offering its national & international service as per usual.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus.

Please find the government advice in the link below:

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response

The Little Gin Shack in Wadebridge is delighted to announce the shop has re-opened following the recent refurbishment.

Not only are they continuing to sell a wide range of artisan gins including over 40 Cornish Gins, but the increased floorspace has meant they have been able to include a bar. In addition to their range of gins they will also be serving,

Cornish vodka and rum, soft drinks, delicious Atlantic Brewery Fistral Pilsner on tap (not only organic but also vegan), and bottled real ale.

To celebrate the re-opening The Little Gin Shack is also delighted to announce it has launched its very own organic The Little Gin Shack Gin which is now on sale in the shop and on the website

www.thelittleginshack.co.uk.

The preparations are mighty for Avalon Youth Theatre’s top-notch production of the musical ‘Cats’, which it will perform in February half term at Wadebridge School.

Following the success of last year’s musical of Annie, the troupe began rehearsing the ambitious musical in the summer.

Gemma Crook, who is directing the production with her daughter Liv Crook as choreographer, says:

“We are really going for it this year. Cats has a lot of fantastic music and dancing, but they’re complicated to learn. The kids have been putting their all into rehearsals, and we know this will be a stunning production.

“We chose Cats because it is totally different from our usual productions. This show is sung all the way through with virtually no spoken dialog and the full cast is on stage a lot of the time. The music and movements are challenging but the group have embraced it fully.

“We guarantee our audiences a really stellar experience.”

A well-loved Broadway and West End favourite, Cats features a collection of poems by British-born American author T. S. Elliot, set to music by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The poems introduce a range of different cat characters, beautifully illustrated in the lyrics and music. There’s Jennyanydots, who sits quietly all day, but at night builds a better world for the mice and cockroaches; Bustopher Jones, the gourmand cat-about-town; smash-and-grab artists Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer; and the rock n’ roll rapscallion Rum Tum Tugger, who’s always on the wrong side of every door.

Lloyd Webber’s music takes us through a variety of musical genres, from rock n’roll to classical to jazz, and forges some West End blockbusters; the most memorable is the haunting aria “Memory”. With so much singing involved it has been the talents and hard work from musical director Amy Sapwell that has helped the children bring their characters to life through their songs.

The costume team, led by committee members Jo Pope and Sharon Needham, have been working hard to produce the elaborate costumes, works of art in themselves.

Jo says: “I started with a mood book, and put together ideas from the original production. I wanted to capture the essence of the different cats. It has been great fun getting to know them and trying to recreate distinguishable feline characters. Hopefully you’ll pick your favourite!”

Sharon Needham has made fabulous wigs and tails for each of the 34 performers. “They reflect the character of each cat,” she says. “For instance, Bustopher Jones, the ‘cat about town’, is very well groomed, whereas the Rum Tum Tugger is more dishevelled. My house was covered in tufts of faux fur for weeks.”

Avalon chairman Emma Battle says: “Children wait for years to be in Avalon, and we’ve got a waiting list as long as my arm. It isn’t just about the theatre: it’s about building skills, making friendships, and working together as a team. We’ve been so impressed with the children’s hard work for Cats, and we know we’ve got a really fabulous productions for the audience to enjoy.”

Gemma says: “This year, for the first time, we have joined the Cornwall Drama Association and entered our production of ‘Cats’ into the CDA Theatre Festival in which awards are given for production, costumes, lighting among others. We’re excited to be competing (in a friendly way) alongside some of Cornwall’s other excellent amateur drama associations.”

Cats will be held at Wadebridge School from Wednesday February 19 - Saturday February 22, with evening performances at 7.30pm and a Saturday matinee at 2pm. Tickets are £10 for adults, £5 for children 16 and under, and £25 for a family ticket of two adults, two children. Tickets are available online through Cornish Riviera Box Office (CRBO), www.crbo.co.uk/avalon, or by calling 01726 879500.

There will be a road closure on the B3314 (road between Wadebridge and St Minver).  This is due to take place from 3rd - 14th February details below. 

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

Location: Bodieve, Road Wadebridge and B3314 Between Tregorden Lane And Bodieve Road, Bodieve, Wadebridge and B3314 Between Gutt Road And Tregorden Lane, St Minver, Wadebridge and Gutt Road, Chapel Amble, Wadebridge and B3314 Between Higher Rosewin And Camel Road, St Minver, Wadebridge and B3314 Between Menefreda Way And Higher Rosewin, St Minver, Wadebridge and B3314 Between Windmill Road And Menefreda Way, St Minver, Wadebridge and B3314 Between Plain Street And Windmill Road, St Minver, Wadebridge

Timing: 3rd to 14th February 2020 The prohibition will be in force between the hours of 0800 and 1700 on a daily basis weekdays only with the exception of 12th to 13th February 2020 when the prohibition will be in force 1900 to 0700 hours.
Contact: Steve Pearce, CORMAC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 1234 222

For more details and a map of the affected area click this link:  https://one.network/?tm=115801106

We’re closing the A39 from Wadebridge to Valley Truckle overnight from Monday 27 to Friday 31 January.

The closure will take place from 19:00 to 07:00 and will allow us to complete general maintenance work.

Diversions will be in place via A389 and B3266 in order to accommodate all vehicles. More information can be found on the Streetworks map here:

Road Closure Details

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wadebridge Town Council are pleased to offer free parking over the Wadebridge Christmas Weekend.

We are very excited to present our new website for Wadebridge.

Everyone has admired the flowers of Wadebridge this year and a bg thank you must go to the town council for making the town look beautiful.