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April 6th 2017

LAMA invites you to its Easter Coffee Morning

 

    

 

Saturday 15th April 2017   10.30 am - 12.00 pm

 

Church Rooms, Lostwithiel

 

 

Easter Hamper Raffle

Guess the Weight Of The Simnel Cake

Where is the Easter Bunny Rabbit Hiding?

Second Hand Books

Homemade Cakes and Real Coffee

 

 

All proceeds to the Lerryn Area Minibus Association


SHORT FUNNY PLAYS IN LERRYN THIS WEEKEND


April 4th 2017

Tickets in the shop now for two plays on 7th and 8th April - one by Alan Ayckbourn, the other by Nick Warburton. Tickets £7. Wine, nibbles and raffle available. Don't miss it - it should be a good evening. Doors open 7.00pm for a 7.30 start.


Rockpool Ramble


April 4th 2017

We have our first Rockpool Ramble of 2017 coming up next week on Thursday 13th April at Readymoney Beach, Fowey, 1pm to 3pm, meet on the beach.  Everyone welcome but children must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear sensible footwear.
 
See poster above for more information.
 
This is the first event for our exciting 2017/18 programme. If you haven't already renewed your membership, please do so and we'll send you an events card.


The Great Lerryn Quilt Raffle


April 2nd 2017

Many thanks to everyone who has supported this raffle.  Owing to illness, the draw has not yet taken place and the winning ticket is now proposed to be drawn on Easter Sunday, 16th April 2017 between 2pm and 3pm at The Ship Inn, Lerryn.  So still time to purchase a ticket if you would like to do so from either The Ship Inn, Lerryn or Lerryn River Stores.  We have just hit £400 and it would be great to achieve our target £500 to be shared between two very local causes, the St Winnow and St Veep Bells & Tower appeals.


Local Services


March 31st 2017

Local Services

Did you know that some very useful local services support this website by contributing a small annual fee and appearing on the Local Services section of the website? You might find just what you are looking for and also, in turn, find yourself supporting those services too!

Thank you to the following who have recently renewed their annual fee for the year beginning April 2017:

 

Dave Maclennan - Electrician

Trevor Pearce - Painter & Decorator

Encounter Walking Holidays - Self Guided walking holidays

Lerryn River Stores - Our local shop

Lerryn Minibus Association

Duchy Motors - Vehicle servicing, repairs and MOTs

and welcome to a new addition

Jurgen Koenen - Graphic & Web design & Translation

 

Choose Local Services from the left hand menu or click on the button below to read more:

If you would like to include your own local service in the listings, you can add your details by completing details for a new entry on the local services section. This application will then come through to admin and you will be asked to pay the annual fee of £10 to make the entry "live" on the website

Thank you to all concerned

 


Lerryn panto 2017


March 28th 2017

We are auditioning for this year's panto on Thursday 27th April this year so that rehearsals can begin during the summer term. Please see the poster - and then, if you are interested, come along! We shall be glad to see you.


Recycling


March 24th 2017

The hair of the dog

     

 

No animals were harmed in the taking of these photographs!

 

     

                              Great Tit                                                                         Jackdaw 


WRONG DATE IN 'THE BRIDGE'


March 22nd 2017

The notice in April edition of 'The Bridge' announcing the auditions for this year's pantomime has the wrong date. The auditions are on April 27th, not the 12th. All the other information is correct. See you there!


Come and Support the Fowey Lifeboat


March 19th 2017


Friends of Fowey Estuary event of 28th March 2017


March 8th 2017

Our next event is scheduled for Tuesday 28th March. Our AGM (which is very short!) will be followed by a talk by Capt. Mike Sutherland about the history of the tugs and working vessels of Fowey.  Mike is passionate about this topic having served for over 25 years as Fowey Harbour Master.  We have no doubt that it will be a fascinating talk.

We will meet at 7.30pm at the Royal Fowey Yacht Club.
 
 



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