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Remembrance Service


November 12th 2011

For photographs of the Remembrance Service held in Lerryn on Friday, 11th November, organised by Lerryn History Society, Lerryn Branch of the British Legion and the Children of Lerryn School, see the Photo Gallery or click on the image below:


Results of RNLI Coffee Morning


November 9th 2011

The recent Coffee Morning made £517 for the Fowey Lifeboat. An outstanding result. We are grateful to all those who contributed cakes or raffle prizes or helped in other ways to make this such a successful event. To those of you who also came along on the morning we are especially grateful.

RWB


Cob building repair open day


November 9th 2011

On 18th November, the National Trust is hosting an open day at a cob building which is undergoing structural repairs. Come and find out about traditional cob,stone and lime buildings and how the team are carrying out repairs to Saffron Cottage near Polruan. Tea and Coffee will be provided and there is no charge. Please call our office or e-mail for details on tel: 01726 870146 e-mail: southeastcornwall@nationaltrust.org.uk
 


Update on Ethy


November 9th 2011

We have finished the current felling phase of Douglas Fir at Ethy. Fortunately the weather held and the work was able to progress rapidly with minimal damage to the area. The veteran oaks in the area cleared are now free to spread their limbs once again and now we're keeping our fingers crossed that they will make a recovery from the adverse affects of the Douglas Fir plantation.

Our thanks go to the contractors who worked hard to reduce their impact on the site, which is difficult considering the constraints they were working within.

On a separate note, some keen observers may have noticed a large limb that fell off one of the veteran oaks along the parkland edge just before the works began. This limb fell off prior to work commencing on the site and was probably due to "Summer Branch Drop", a response by trees to drought periods during the growing season, like the ones we had earlier in the year. We had quite a few trees this year, lose limbs this way across the Southeast Cornwall area.

Now we are onto the next stages of restoring the wood pasture. We will be fencing the old boundaries of the southern slopes over the coming weeks. This will make the compartments stock proof and help us manage the wood pasture correctly and effectively in the future. New gates and footpath works to the paths that run through the southern slopes will also be going on over the winter period so that walkers will still be able to access these areas.

Further works to remove the remaining brash and reduce the stumps of the felled trees will be going on as well over the winter. This phase of works might go into the spring or early summer depending on the weather. Hopefully by next summer the main infrastructure and big works on the site will be done and it can start to settle down again.

If you would like anymore information or details as to the works and why we are doing the work at Ethy please do get in contact by phone or e-mail or stop one of our Rangers when we there.

Thanks for reading and we'll be keeping you posted with events and ongoing works at Ethy in the upcoming months.

The Ranger Team, Southeast Cornwall, National Trust
 


Remembrance


November 8th 2011

This year, Remembrance takes on an added significance, as the traditional 2 minutes silence commences at 11 o'clock on Friday 11th November 2011.

To mark the occasion, Lerryn History Society, Lerryn Branch of the Royal British Legion, and the children of Lerryn School are co-ordinating a special service to honour the men who gave their lives in 2 World Wars, and whose names appear on the Rolls of Honour in Lerryn Memorial Hall.

Revs. John Halkes and Philip Conway will lead a short service which will take place in the Memorial Hall, and commence at about 10.50 a.m. Everyone is welcome to attend, and you are requested to assemble in the Memorial Hall from 10.30 a.m.onwards. After the service, light refreshments will be provided thanks to the generosity of the members of Lerryn W.I.

Following the service, there will be exhibitions in the Drill Hall and the Red Store to illustrate the history of the 2 World Wars, and these will continue on Saturday 12th November (11.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.) and Sunday 13th November (1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.)

Please give us your support on this special occasion.

 


Alan Henderson


November 4th 2011

 

Ann Henderson has asked me to let everyone know via the website that Alan died this morning of a chest infection.
 
I am sure that we all have admired the stoic way Ann has dealt with Alan’s illness. We wish to offer a lasting peace to Alan and our sincere condolences to Ann at this sad time.
 
RWB


Bridge Club at Red Store


November 4th 2011

Bridge Club at Red Store

A group interested in playing bridge met at The Red Store yesterday - 12 people attended.

It's been decided to start an informal bridge club to meet at The Red Store on Thursday afternoons at 2pm

Entrance is free for the first meeting next week  - Thursday 9th November.

All levels of players are welcome

Future entry fee will be £1 per person, tea and coffee will be available

Any queries, please contact Barry Hunt 01208 871044

 


Message from Devon and Cornwall police


November 3rd 2011

This message relates to Police Log 228 31 October 2011.

We have received reports of persons cold calling in West Devon and East Cornwall canvassing to collect funds for Crimestoppers as well as offering other services.

One male has stated that he is from a Safety Company, the group are not affiliated to Crimestoppers or Devon and Cornwall Police.

We are asking for residents to contact us on 101 if they have persons on their doorstep purporting to be from/ or have support from Crimestoppers or the Police so we can check their identity.  Please also contact us on 101 if you have any caller you are suspicious of.

Thank you.
 


St Veep Church Candlelit Dinner


November 3rd 2011

Further to our news entry of 26th September, we can now confirm the details of our fundraising event taking place in the Lerryn Memorial Hall on Saturday 19th November:

  • Tickets for the Candlelit Super are £16.00 each, which includes a glass of wine
  • Tickets can be bought either from Penny on 873169 or Carol on 872017
  • Doors will open at 7.30pm with dinner being served at 8.00pm

This event is always well supported, so book early to avoid disappointment.


Join the Party and get fit for Christmas!


November 2nd 2011

Come and join a Zumba class every Monday evening at 7.30pm in Lerryn Memorial Hall and have the time of your life. If you love dancing and like Latin music, Zumba is for you. All ages and abilities, shapes and sizes are welcome.

If you are interested and would like to know more, phone Ros on 01208 872 999 or come along to the hall on Monday 7th and sign up for 4 sessions at £16.

Getting fit has never felt like more fun!



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