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Rockpool Ramble


February 9th 2016


And Still More to Come!


February 7th 2016

  


Apple Tree Pruning Workshop


February 3rd 2016

The national Trust are organising two pruning workshops

6th February 2016 Mature Apple Tree Pruning Workshop 12:30 -2:30pm

A practical workshop where you can learn to take care of older apple trees , expert advice given on pruning techniques and management of traditional orchard trees. (Near Polruan)

12th February 2016 Young Apple Tree Pruning Workshop 12:30 -2:30pm

A practical workshop where you can learn to take care of younger apple trees , expert advice given on pruning techniques and management of traditional orchard trees. (In Lerryn)

Booking essential, Donations welcome, refreshments provided. Tel: 01726 870146 e-mail: southeastcornwall@nationaltrust.org.uk


Lerry River Stores Delivery Service


January 15th 2016

We are pleased to announce from the 20th of January 2016, we are offering a free delivery service on a Wednesday only, Minimum order is £20 within a 3 mile radius, Place your order before 3pm on a Tuesday for a Wednesday delivery, pop in or telephone 01208 872375 to place your order....

follow us on twitter @lerrynriverstores.


Lerryn Post Office Opening Hours


January 15th 2016

Our new Post Office opening hours are:

Monday 9am to 2pm, Tuesday 8am to 5pm, Wednesday 8am to 5pm, Thursday 8am to 5pm, Friday 8am to 5pm, Saturday 8am to 5pm, Sundays closed.

Lerryn River Stores Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday 8am to 5.30pm, Sunday 8am to 1pm


Talk on Otters


January 7th 2016


Spuds and Puds Lunch


January 5th 2016


Donation


January 3rd 2016

Donation to lerryn.net

Ben Harrild has given a generous donation of £25 towards the upkeep of lerryn.net.  This is in appreciation of the stunning photos of Autumn colours in Lerryn.  Thanks also to Jeff Parfitt, not only for taking the photos, but for loading them onto the website and arranging for copies to be sent to Ben.

Thank you Ben and Jeff !

 


Vacancy For St Veep Parish Councillor


January 2nd 2016

ST VEEP PARISH COUNCIL.

 

Councillor Vacancy

 

 

Due to the resignation of Cllr Andrea Goodenough, a vacancy has occurred for a Councillor to serve on St Veep Parish Council.

 

If you would like to be considered for Co-option to St Veep Parish Council, you should apply in writing to, Mr P.M. Tubb (Clerk), Castleway, Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Cornwall. PL23 1ND.

Applications to be received by no later than noon on Thursday 14th January 2016.

 

In the event of more than one application being received, sitting councillors will select the successful applicant.

 

 

Published By, Mr P.M.Tubb, Clerk to St Veep Parish Council, Castleway, Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Cornwall. PL23 1ND

Dated  30th December 2015.


Seagull Race


December 28th 2015

Report on the Lerryn Seagull Race of Saturday 19th December 2015

 

“What care we though for wind and weather,” was the apt refrain of the intrepid mariners who took part in the 28th annual River Lerryn Yacht Squadron Seagull Race.  Despite gale force gusts, piercing showers and an early 10.15 am start, 34 boats and about 100 hundred people fortified with mulled wine and mince pies, entered the race. The race is open to all, the only requirement being that the boats must  be powered solely by a traditional seagull outboard motor.

The theme this year was “Old Time Music Hall” and many of the competitors and boats, regardless of the conditions, were in appropriate fancy dress.  After a safety briefing and an orderly Le Mans style start, competition was both frenzied and fierce as two laps of the taxing course from Lerryn to St Winnow Point and back were negotiated. To ensure that all was safe six safety boats were deployed in case of incident.  The RLYS would like to give particular thanks to the Devon and Cornwall Police who supplied two officers and a fast response boat to assist in safety cover.

The results were as follows:

Winner largest class and Ship Inn trophy, Richard Philp

Winner over 12', A Southgate

Winner canoe, A Osborne

Team prize, Lowertown

Fast Lady, Becky Bruce

Best dressed boat, R Smith

Best costume, Treeve Fowler

Spirit of the contest, A Reddall

Concours d'elegance, J Kimble

Mystery place. J Hayward

 

The sum of £214 was raised for the RNLI and £261 for local charities.

Thanks to all the members of the RLYS who, once again, put on such a quirky and

entertaining event.

To see more photos of the event, click on the image below:

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