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Wednesday 26th August 2015 10.00am to 4.00pm Disability Awareness Day Aylmer Square St Austell.


Saturday 6th December 2014 10.00am to 12.00am at the White River Cinema Aylmer Square Introduction to the Sky at Night by Roseland Observatory Tickets £5 adults & £3 under 12s available from Go St Austell Bookshop Aylmer Square, the unit 2nd floor of White River Car Park or ring 01726 70706.

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3rd Birthday

To celebrate our 3rd birthday we are holding a coffee morning in the Go St Austell Shopmobility Unit 2nd floor of White River Car Park on Tuesday 5th November 2013 11.00am to 2.00pm.  Come along & see what we are about.  Everbody welcome.Publication1

Close-up Magic

On Saturday 27th April top magician Paul Scott will be performing close-up magic in the shop from 10.00am to 3.00pm.  He will be collecting on behalf of Go St Austell Shopmobilility.  Be there, don’t miss out , you’ll like it!

Observatory Visit

On Friday 30th November our volunteers were given a tour of The Roseland Observatory.  Brian Sheen gave us a presentation, with the aid of computer graphics on astronomy.  We then went along to view the night sky’s through their array of telescopes.  Although the forecast was otherwise it turn out to be a clear night & an interesting & informative night was had by all.  If you do not know about the Observatory check out their web-site

2nd Birthday

On the 22nd & 24th of November 2012 we celebrated our 2nd Birthday.  On Thursday we ran a coffee morning at the unit & on Saturday we had Plympton Owls & Roseland Observatory near the shop in Aylmer Square. Although it was terrible weather the owls still managed to make some money for us.  Thanks go out to both of them for their support.

St Austell Zombie Walk

The St Austell Market House proudly presents the 2012nd St Austell Zombie Walk!

Join Zombie Hordes in St Austell on Wednesday 31st of October for the town’s second Zombie Walk. If you dare…

Zombie Walkers will meet at the Market House, Market Street, St Austell at 6pm when you can be helped with make up, scars and bites. We can even give you a full Zombie make over for just a couple of quid. At just after 7.00pm the Zombie Pirates of St Piran will rock you into the mood for your walk with Zombified Shanties and Songs encouraging you to howl in unison as you shuffle aimlessly around. The infected will then leave at 7.30pm to stagger off to Aylmer Square. All you need to do to join in is to turn up in your most horrific make up and throw gallons of blood onto your clothes. Spare body parts, entrails and limbs are optional, but encouraged!

The Walk through the streets will be led by “The Undertaker” heralded by the beat from the “Drummer of the Dead” who will be warning all innocent bystanders of the approaching horde. If you are of a nervous disposition, this gives you the chance to hide or avert your eyes. Last year, despite the torrential rain many of you huddled in shop doorways or beneath umbrellas to watch the spectacle of the Halloween un-dead. You will be protected from infection by the stewards. Well over 100 Zombies took to the streets! All in the name of charity. All monies raised will go towards the Restoration Appeal for the St Austell Market House. Please note that non-teens must be accompanied on the walk by an adult Zombie!

There will be a Mass Dance Routine at a secret undercover location in Aylmer Square. Choreographers will be there to help you with the moves to some horrendous music. Join in even if you don’t know the moves. Who cares, after all you are the spawn of the un-dead! The Walk will then return to the Market House.

For you late owls, the night of the un-dead will die after a rare showing of the titan of all Zombie films, the one every subsequent Zombie film since tried to match, George A Romero’s 1968 black and white classic “Night of the Living Dead.”

There will be prizes for the best made up male and female Zombie. So why not get together with your friends, what about a Zombie Football Team, or a Zombie Band or even Zombie Dr’s and Nurses, maybe a Zombie Scout Troop! Just let your imaginations run riot!

All Walkers pay just £2 each. If you wish to watch the film it will be a further £2.

For Further Information contact

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Photo’s Terry Coles

Plympton Owls supported Go! St Austell on Saturday 8th September by raising money for the unit on our awareness day.  Our thanks go to Russ & the owls.


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Jonathan Fox Paralympic Gold Medallist