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Jill Beard - Funeral Arrangements


January 13th 2010

We are sorry to have to report the sudden death of Jill who many will remember as running the small bric a brac shop in the village.

The funeral arrangements are as follows:

11.30am on Monday 25th January at Glynn Valley Crematorium, Bodmin.

Afterwards at The Ship Inn, Lerryn. 

Our condolences go to all of the family.

RWB


Request for Help


January 8th 2010

From Sally Rumbold in Liskeard

hi...hoping you can suggest alocal historian who would be able to tell me which house in lerryn is 1 the village.or alternatively this house was occupied by my ancestor dr william row in the latter 1800's...we live in liskeard and i would like to be able to see it...thanks regards sally

 

Please email us at info@lerryn.net if you have any info we can pass onto Sally


See Lerryn on West Country News


January 7th 2010

For those who missed it.............relive Lerryn on the West Country News from last night with several dubious local characters !!!!

Click below and get your Oscar nominations in

http://www.itv.com/westcountry-west/villages-isolated28519/


Main Road to Lerryn Gritted 1.30pm Thur


January 7th 2010

Finally a gritter had been down the main road to Lerryn from Lostwithiel at 1.30pm Thur and I am told the road is looking a lot better for cars as a result............  at the minute !!!

Can this really be a coincidence after Rob Briggs was on the Local News yesterday complaining about how we have been let down by the Council Gritting Services !!!!! 

I think not -    Well done ROB.

 

  

 


Recycling Collection


January 7th 2010

 Sita have advised that they have been unable to make recycling collections so far this week and it is unlikely that tomorrow's scheduled collection in Lerryn will take place. The next scheduled collection will be on 22 January.

RWB


Jenny Pearce - Memorial Service


January 7th 2010

 The date and times of the service have now been confirmed:

The funeral will be on Wednesday 13 January when Canon John Halkes will take the services.

The service at the crematorium will be at 3.30pm and is for family members only.

A memorial service will be held at St. Winnow Church at 4.30 pm, when all will be welcome. 

"Family flowers only" have been requested, with donations in lieu to St.Winnow Church.

LAMA are providing a  free minibus journey which will be available as follows:

Message from LAMA:

Many of the people who used to travel with Jenny on the Lerryn minibus will want to attend her memorial service, so we are providing an additional bus service for that day.

The collection times will be as follows:

3.30      Lerryn car park

3.35      Lerryn View

3.55      Grenville Road

4.00      Lostwithiel Library

4.15      St Winnow

4.30    Service starts 

Parking is very limited at St, Winnow, so we want to make maximum use of the bus and seats will be available to everyone on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.  Please phone to book your seat on 01208 871272.

RWB


Police Appeal


January 6th 2010

This message relates to Police Crime No. BE/10/5.

We are appealing for information following a high value burglary in Looe. Entry was forced to a home some time between New Year's Eve and New Years Day.

The thieves stole a number of items including two Apple computers, an Apple iPhone and a digital camera before stealing a grey Honda Civic with Registration WL06 HGO.

Please could residents take safety precautions such as leaving lights on when they are not in their premises and put expensive items and all keys out of sight.

If you have seen this vehicle or have any information please contact us on 08452 777 444 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting CMS and Police reference BE/10/5.


Anyone slid into Lostwithiel ?


January 6th 2010

Anyone made it into Lostwithiel today (Wed)  in anything other than a landrover ?

If you have any info on the road(s) please send a quick email to

info@lerryn.net

We can then display any useful info for everyone else wondering about when to try it

 


Seagull Race - fundraising & thanks


January 6th 2010

A message from the Commodore of the R.L.Y.S.

Further to my report on the Seagull Race I am pleased to say that we raised over £400. In addition to that the RNLI raised over £140 in their raffle. After deduction of expenses the committee decided to distribute £300 to local organisations and charities as follows;

 

Donations of

£100 to Lerryn Area Minibus Association,

£100 to Friends of Lerryn School for purchase of sports equipment

£100 to The Merlin Project.

 


My thanks to the members of the RLYS committee who all had a part to play in the organisation and running of this successful event, to Bill Needs for allowing us to use the Drill Hall, to Annie, Jackie, Lesley and Viv for doing the mulled wine and mince pies which raised £154, to Lerryn River Stores (Deanna judged the fancy dress) and The Ship Inn for their support, to John and David for providing additional rescue boats and marshalling and to many others who have helped in different ways. Thank you all!

Richard Parrott.
 


MINIBUS TO JENNY PEARCE'S MEMORIAL SERVICE


January 6th 2010

Message from LAMA

Many of the people who used to travel with Jenny on the Lerryn minibus will want to attend her memorial service, so we are providing an additional bus service for that day.

The collection times will be as follows:

3.30      Lerryn car park

3.35      Lerryn View

3.55      Grenville Road

4.00      Lostwithiel Library

4.15      St Winnow

4.30    Service starts (provisional time).

Parking is very limited at St, Winnow, so we want to make maximum use of the bus and seats will be available to everyone on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.  Please phone to book your seat on 01208 871272.

 



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