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St Veep and St Winnow Parish Councils - First Volunteers Groups event.

May 29th 2017

Because of a recent successful public meeting when more than twenty people attended and a number of suggestions were put forward, the Parish Counils have arranged the following event:


Saturday 3rd June 2017

Parish Litter Pick

From 10.00am until 12.00 noon


Everybody welcome.  We will meet in the car park at 9.45am.  For insurance purposes, all children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

It would be appreciated if you could let us know if you will be taking part by contacting Morley Tubb on 01726 870210 or by e-mail:  stveeppc@gmail.com.  Alternatively, you can contact any member of your Parish Council.

We look forward to seeing you.

DENDROCHRONOLOGY - St Veep leads the way

May 29th 2017

LERRYN HISTORY SOCIETY  in conjunction with St Veep Church presents ‘Dendrochronology’ - St Veep Church leads the way on Monday 12th June 2017 at 7.30 pm at St Veep Church.  Come and find out how and why
Everybody welcome. Entrance free.  Our speaker will be Dr. Joanna Mattingly assisted by Andrew Foot.  For more details of Lerryn History Society visit www.lerrynhistory.co.uk

Open Studios continues for the rest of the week! Come and see us at THE RED STORE!

May 29th 2017

John and I would love to see you at our exhibition at The Red Store during Cornwall Open Studios, 27th May to 4th June.
I have attached a flyer giving details of our exhibition and also information about other artists with open studios in this area.
The brochure giving details of all the artists taking part this year can be found online, openstudioscornwall.co.uk and at various local outlets and shops.
Hoping to see you at The Red Store
With kind regards  

Viva Lerryn Creek - SOLD OUT!

May 29th 2017

¡Viva! Lerryn Creek



Featuring Kabasa - the nearest salsa band to Cuba!

Tickets on sale Monday 1st May at Watts Trading & Lerryn Village Stores

Lerryn Memorial Hall, Friday June 2nd. 

Doors at 7.30pm show at 8pm. Tickets £12 and released on Monday May 1st.
LAMA Bus return Lostwithiel - Lerryn for a small fee. Details with tickets at Watts Trading. Profits from the evening will be donated to Lerryn Memorial Hall & LAMA Bus.
Licenced Wine Bar and Pizza light bites available.
LOSTWITHIEL JAZZ CAFE - the hottest ticket in town

LAMA invites you to its Spring Coffee Morning - TODAY!

May 27th 2017

LAMA invites you to its

Spring Coffee Morning


Saturday 27 May 2017  10.30 am - 12.00 pm

Lerryn Memorial Hall



Second Hand Books and Bric a Brac

Homemade Cakes and Real Coffee


All proceeds to the Lerryn Area Minibus Association


May 25th 2017

The service will take place at St Veep at 2.30pm on Thursday 25th May. The LAMA bus will leave Lerryn car park at 1.30pm to take people to the service and will return there afterwards. There will be a second run if necessary, so nobody will be left behind.

There will be no charge for this service. 

An Unusual Visitor to Lerryn

May 23rd 2017



Mysterious arrival of a Bennett's (Red-necked) wallaby in a garden in Lerryn!

To see a video clip of the wallaby, click on the button below:


St Winnow Parish Church is delighted to be welcoming Resonet - tomorrow

May 20th 2017

St Winnow Parish Church is delighted to be welcoming Resonet, an acapella choir that specialises in Renaissance music from the 14th Century on next Sunday, 21st May 2017 in aid of our Bells & Tower appeal. 

To continue echoes of the early years of the building, the music is unaccompanied and includes four, five, and six part singing by Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass voices. Composers included in the concert are Palestrina, Victoria, Pergolesi and others. 

Resonet members are drawn mainly from the staff of the BBC South West in Plymouth.  Most of the choir spend their professional lives working on the BBC's regional television programmes in the South West - Spotlight, the Politics Show and Inside Out. The Choir conductor is Martyn Oates, whom you may recognise as the BBC’s Political Editor in the South West and you can see further detail at http://resonetchoir.weebly.com
Pre-concert drinks will be available from 6pm, with the concert commencing at 6.30pm.  There are two halves, each around 45 minutes, with a short interval in-between.

Tickets are available from Lerryn River Stores and also Urzella Court Antiques in Fore Street Lostwithiel at £7 each, which includes a glass of wine on arrival. Tickets will also be available on the evening of the concert at the Church. 

Disabled access and a toilet is available.
St Winnow Parish Church, Lostwithiel, PL22 0LF. 
Queries to 

Lerryn to St Winnow Walk & Talk - tomorrow

May 20th 2017


Sunday 21st May (Friends of Fowey Estuary)
Join us on a circular walk from Lerryn to St. Winnow, we will be taking in the the beautiful views from this estuary walk, looking at flora and fauna along the way and show you some of our dormouse monitoring sites in Ethy Woods. We have also invited our friends from the Looe Marine Conservation Group to join us.
Meet at 10.30am in Lerryn Car Park
Please wear sensible footwear and bring a picnic or some money for a cream tea at St Winnow.

Plant Sale & Coffee Morning - today!

May 13th 2017




At 10.30.a.m. in Lerryn Memorial Hall

Get ready for the best plant sale this side of Cornwall!

Do come along and bag a few bargains for the garden -  enjoy delicious coffee and cakes  - and please don’t forget to return your prize winner’s cups to Sue Hancock.

The funds we raise go to putting on the Annual produce show – this year on Saturday 5th August – so any plant donations that we can sell at the Coffee morning will be gratefully received.

There will also be a chance to renew your memberships and collect this year’s show schedule.

Look forward to seeing you there.

Our in-house expert says…

Don’t be fooled by the lovely Spring weather we have being enjoying lately! May is an excellent time to sow all sorts of vegetables including runner beans, carrots, beetroot, lettuce and broad beans, but beware, the night-time cold and frosts can still be harmful to early plantings.

And now is the time to weed, weed, weed, so don’t forget to sharpen your hoes!

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