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Music at MeavyMeavy Music Night

Russell Sinclair and The Smokin Locos

Russell Sinclair and The Smokin LocosMeavy Parish Hall
Friday 21st December, 8:00pm
Licensed Bar

Tickets £8 - from The Royal Oak, WeGotTickets, or pay on the door

A great night of top R’n’B, Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll.

For more info and to listen to tracks head off to

Photos (c) Don D – The Lazy Photographer


Russell Sinclair and The Smokin Locos

Cinema MeavyMeavy Film Night


HampsteadMeavy Parish Hall
Friday 4th January, 8:00pm

(doors open at 7:30 pm)

Admission £5 Children under 12, admission £2, must be with an adult.

Certificate 12A - Run time 102 mins.

Licensed Bar

Hampstead is a 2017 British drama film directed by Joel Hopkins and written by Robert Festinger. It is based on the life of Harry Hallowes who successfully claimed ownership of a half-acre plot of Hampstead Heath.

An American widowed woman left in debt by her unfaithfull husband comes across him living on the land of Hampstead. He lives in a broken down shack but is happy with his life. One day she spots him being beaten up so calls the police and goes to see him. 

After this she starts to fall for him and helps him from being evicted.

Yelverton & District Local History Society

Meavy Parish Hall
Tuesday 15th January, 7:30pm

“Tavistock Canal and its History” 

- a talk by Simon Dell

“Tavistock is now Devon’s “World Heritage” town and this designation was created as a result of the Tavistock Canal and the part it played in the Cornwall and West Devon mining heritage. Constructed to improve transportation from the biggest copper mines in the world in the beginning of the nineteenth century, it linked Tavistock to the port of Morwellham on the River Tamar. This talk looks at the construction of the canal and the effect it had on Tavistock and West Devon.”

For more about Simon Dell see

Yelverton & District Local History Society