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Free Bargains on Classifieds - Greenhouse etc !


April 9th 2009

Various items: free to collector - but please make a donation to the village hall for each item.

 

1 large glass/greenhouse (shape of eden project dome)  - (you will know the one I am sure up on the hillside !)

1 double bed, 1 divan bed (single) 1 small single bed, various dressing tables, bedside tables, 1 green leather 2 seater sofa, 1 x two seater sofa. Various curtains. 


CLICK HERE  to see the details

 

Also turn that old small dingy or any canoes you don't use into some cash - someone is looking for something to take to the water in  !

 

DW


Watch yer outboards off St Winnow Point


April 9th 2009

Its been there a while now so most of you may have clocked it but as we are all getting boats back into the water take care to avoid the huge lump of tree firmly resting in the mud 200m before  St Winnow Point, its massive and is just the right height to take off your outboard if you are racing back from Angies as it sits not far enough under the water on the higher tides but is almost impossible to spot until you are on it even when its only a few inches under water.

Its almost in line with Brockles Quay and around 1/4 of the way across the river from the St Winnow Side  -  be warned its going to catch a few this summer.

Any chance of Charlie going down with his chainsaw to turn it into next years firewood ?

DW


New Playground for Lerryn ? Cuckoo's ?


April 9th 2009

Got your attention now !

The New Lerryn Discussion Forum is now live and on line covering these topics....and whatever else you want to get off your chest or tell others about.

Its quick and easy to read the views or suggestions of others and then post short messages back if you want to join in the discussion.

Anyone can follow the discussions by clicking on the DISCUSSION FORUM button on the home page.

To add your pearls of wisdom or start new discussions, all you need to do is sign in once to get a password and leave your details and then you are free to add discussions or coments to those that others have put on the site.  You can even select to have an email sent automatically when someone adds something to any particular topic.

If anyone has any problems loggin in first time let us know and we can make sure you get online.

Discussions are monitored by the website group, we receive an email everytime something is added so that if there was ever anything inappropriate if can be removed straight away.

It is your village website and this is a great facility for raising issues, asking for help or just having a bit of fun with others using the site in the village.  Please take a look !

 

CLICK HERE to view the discussions currently going on -  as a taster the following are already underway.

 

 

     
Global warming Replies: 1
Last: Apr 8th 2009 21:09
  I heard a cuckoo mid March – is this a sure sign ...  
 
   
Bats - or what ? Replies: 2
Last: Apr 8th 2009 21:07
  Someone told me that the flimsy netting bridges ...  
 
   
Too many ducks on the river? Replies: 1
Last: Apr 8th 2009 21:05
  Are we all being driven "quackers" by ...  
 
   
Village shop and the sort of post office Replies: 0
Last: Apr 8th 2009 21:04
  Just want to say well done everyone at the village ...  
 
   
May Day Pole Things in the Village Replies: 1
Last: Apr 8th 2009 20:55
  So what happened to this - My 80 plus neighbour ...  
 
   
Best Item on the Menu at Angies Replies: 1
Last: Apr 8th 2009 20:53
  Self explanatory really - I vote for the ...  
 
   
The Lerryn Big Cat Replies: 0
Last: Apr 8th 2009 20:24
  We've kept this quiet for a while but many of you ...  
 
   
Playground for Lerryn Replies: 3
Last: Apr 8th 2009 20:21
  On the one hand, planners have made accommodation ...  
 
   
Parking pressures in Lerryn Replies: 2
Last: Apr 8th 2009 20:18
  When will the National Trust help us sort out our ...  
 
   
Speeding in the Village Replies: 0
Last: Apr 8th 2009 20:13

 

 

DW


Police Warning


April 8th 2009

This message relates to Police Log No. 414 of 06/04/09.

We would like to make you aware of the following incidents which have occurred in various parts of Cornwall;

A white male using the names of Mark Antony Rhodes or Grant Tallon has been to the homes of elderly or vulnerable people with a story that he needs assistance and has been sent to them from the vicar at the local church. He has stolen credit cards, pension books and cash.
He is described as a white male about 5ft 10in tall, aged between 20 and 30 years old. He is clean shaven with brown hair and has a tanned complexion. He was wearing blue jeans and a short black jacket. He has a Scottish accent.
He does not stay in one area for long and it is believed that he has been staying at local accomodation.

Please remain observant and if you have any information regarding this incident then please contact us on 08452 777 444 quoting CMS and Police Log No. 414 of 06/04/09. Information can also be passed to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Thank you for your Co-operation.


Dangerous doings for minibus drivers


March 27th 2009

Bernie Gibbons and David St. John, Lerryn minibus drivers and also LAMA committee members, have just spent a strenuous day practising emergency evacuation procedures for minibuses. See the Lerryn Photo Gallery on this website for the pictures. They both came back unharmed, but the next challenge is to ensure that our other drivers get a chance to learn the same things. Watch out for a smoke machine in the car park ... !

AH


Website Group - Inaugural Meeting


March 24th 2009

After a longer than expected gestation period the Lerryn Area Community Website Group are about to hold their Inaugural Meeting to adopt a constitution and elect members to the group.

The proposed constitution can be found by clicking here.

 The Inaugural Meeting will be held at the School at 7.30pm on Monday 6th April and will take the form of:

  1. Opening remarks by Chairman
  2. Adoption of Constitution
  3. Election of members to the Group
  4. Demonstration of next stage of development and an opportunity to suggest any enhancements to the website.

Everyone is invited to attend this meeting and you will be especially welcome if you would like to join the group which steers what is one of the best small village websites in the SW. Experience of computers is not necessary!

RWB


Princes / Wells Cottage - Can you Help


March 21st 2009

   The following message received at Lerryn.net can anyone shed any light on this - if so please just drop Gillian a quick email by clicking on her address below. If you prefer to call let us know as she has left her number with us.


Hello

 

I have been researching my family tree and my great, grandmother Edith Sobey (b 31/10/1870) appears to come from Lerryn (according to census entries).  I recently received her birth certificate and it notes 'Prince's Wells Cottage' as place of birth (although it then mentioned St Winnow - not sure if that was because they recorded the wider Parish).  I just wondered if anyone knows if this cottage still exists and whereabouts in the village it is.

 

Gillian Randall

 

 

gillian.randall@uk.bnpparibas.com  

 

 

DW

 


Lerryn Produce Association News and Plant Sale


March 12th 2009

 

THE GEORGE KEAST SHIELD

 

 

Lerryn Produce Association would like to publicly thank the relatives of George Keast for donating this magnificent shield to the Association.

 

The shield is to be awarded annually to the “Young Gardener of the Year” at Lerryn School. Encouraged by headmaster David Vipond we are jointly, with the school, organising a competition in which the whole school will take part concerning the growing of potatoes. The shield will be presented to the pupil who grows the heaviest weight of the crop and everyone will be encouraged to take their harvest home for all the family to share.

 

The Produce Association will continue to sponsor a digital photographic competition for the school, details will be finalised at the start of the summer term.

 

Finally may I remind you all that our Annual Coffee Morning and Plant Sale will take place on Saturday May 16th. at 10.30 in the Village Hall.

 

Besides the normal plant sale, coffee and biscuits are available plus a raffle and a scrumptious cake stall prepared by the W.I. Also this is a good time to pick up your Show Schedule so you have plenty of time to plan your entries. It is also the time to renew your membership or indeed join the Association. Membership is only £1. and it qualifies you to win many more prizes at the Show as well as generally supporting the Association.

 

Viv Turner our cup steward would be pleased if you could return any cups won in 2008 to her as soon as possible please.

 

Thank you for your support and happy gardening.

 

Peter Bucknell


LAMA fundraising - and all that jazz!


March 10th 2009

The Great Western Jazz Company, who played so memorably on last summer's soggy river trip, will be playing much more comfortably in Lerryn Memorial Hall at 8.00pm on Saturday 14 March. Doors open 7.30pm. Refreshments available. Tickets £8 from Lerryn River Stores. All proceeds to the bus.

 

DW


Calendar Girls in Lerryn


March 8th 2009

 

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
 
come along and meet two of the original Calendar Girls
Angela and Tricia
and hear their story: before and after
 
 
 
Apply for your FREE ticket NOW as numbers are limited
 
 
 

8pm 1st April
2009
All welcome – FREE Admission by ticket only from:
Ann Henderson– tel: 01208-873428; e-mail: annh@mail.com
Lin Briggs – Tel: 01208-872093; e-mail: lin.briggs@btopenworld.com
Lerryn
Memorial Hall

 
London Stage Production of Calendar Girls opening on 4 April

RWB



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