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St Austell Voice > Issue 300 18/01/12
78 year old Ken Sweet takes to the high seas in a home made canoe to raise funds to erect a memorial stone inside Bethel Chapel commemorating uniformed villagers that lost their lives during the Second World War.
All the photos from Ken's memorial trip
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After more than 100 years AFC St Austell can now play night games courtesy of their brand new floodlights installed on their ground at Poltair Park.
All the photos from Let there be light!
Poltair dancers strut their funky stuff ahead of the Restormel dance festival later this month
All the photos from Poltair dance students
Poltair students fashion a traditional canoe made out of plywood as part of an exercise in sustainability that also includes making their own electric car
All the photos from Without a paddle
Cage fighting comes to Polkyth in March with our local fighters training at Tregorrick Park
All the photos from Uncaged!
St Austell Brewery are presented with a framed shirt as a gift for their continued sponsorship of St Austell Rugby Club.
All the photos from Rugby sponsor
Action from Tregorrick Park
All the photos from Youth football
A 91st minute winner for visitors Morwenstow sunk Sticker and saw the end of manager Phil Dingle who called time on his tenure at Burngullow Park.
All the photos from Sticker v Morwenstow
St Dennis football club are robbed for the second time in a month
All the photos from St Dennis AFC burgled again
St Austell maintain their table top position with another hard fought match at Tregorrick Park
All the photos from St Austell RFC v Devonport Services
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