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Crantock Bale Man and his dog torched

Posted on 08/09/2014 by Bale Push Administrator in The Bale Man General News

Two giant straw bale figures at Crantock which were made to help promote a charity event were torched overnight on Saturday.

The figures of a man and his dog, created by Crantock Bale Push using large bales of straw and some wonderful cartoon art work, were both destroyed after they were set alight at around 12:15am by persons unknown.

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John O’Groats to Land’s End with a twist

Posted on 18/08/2014 by Bale Push Administrator in Charity Support General News Press Releases

Local ex Newquay Hornets RFC player will be taking part on a solo 10 day cycle from John O’Groats to Lands End starting on 4th September.

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This Year the Bale Push is supporting

Posted on 11/08/2014 by Bale Push Administrator in Charity Support General News Press Releases

The Crantock Bale Push is all about supporting good causes and doing our part to give back to our local community. Each year the event is held to support a number of worthwhile organizations to help raise both money and awareness. This year we are supporting the following organizations:• Crantock Church Roof • Macmillan Cancer Support in Cornwall • Cubert School • Crantock Memory Café • St Petroc’s Society

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The Baleman's new adventures

Posted on 11/08/2014 by Bale Push Administrator in The Bale Man

1st September - Great excitement this morning as I woke up to the headline 'Real Madrid pay £85 million for Bale.' I thought that someone had finally appreciated my true value. I reckoned Spain sounded all right, I never liked bulls anyway, they always look at me like I'm something to eat. Turns out it was all to do with some Welsh footballer, £85 million for kicking a ball about! I bet he doesn't even provide his own tractor.

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The 14th annual Crantock Bale Push 2013 was an outstanding success.

Posted on 14/09/2013 by Bale Push Administrator in Charity Support General News Press Releases

The Crantock Bale Push was another outstanding success last Friday, despite the early evening rain attempting to put a dampener on this great annual charity event.

A wonderful 101 teams of all ages enjoyed a fun evening racing Straw Bales though Crantock village. Hundreds of smiling people enjoyed another immensely successful evening whilst helping to raise more than £5,000 for various Cornish and local charities.

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