BYO Barbecue at the Lostwithiel Rectory
June 23rd 2011
Philip, Katie, Bethany and Joshua invite everyone to a BYO Barbecue at 12.30pm on Sunday 26th June at Lostwithiel Rectory.
No need to RSVP. We will provide the venue, the salad and the barbecues.
Bring your own meat (or alternative) and drinks.
Summer Solstice Event 2011
June 19th 2011
For photos of this year's Summer Solstice event go to the Photo Gallery by clicking on the image below:
At present, the images are on Pages 4 & 5 but this will change as more photos are added to the Gallery.
The West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, 28th July 1887
June 17th 2011
This news item was passed onto me by David Row of Newquay.
Accident to Mr W Row. About two years ago we recorded an accident which befell Mr William Row, Surgeon practising at Lerryn.
About three miles from Lostwithiel Mr Row was then thrown out of his carriage on Trevamp Hill and broke his thigh. We regret to say that he has just met with another misfortune of a similar character.
On Monday he went on a journey by rail, and in the evening one of his daughters, Miss Fanny Row met him with a four wheeler at Lostwithiel Station, and shortly after left for Lerryn, the Doctor driving. On reaching a place called Redlake, about a mile and a half from Lostwithiel, the horse shied at a piece of brown paper in the road, and Mr Row was thrown onto the lamp stand of the carriage. The occupants of the cottage near by, hearing the Doctors cries rushed out and caught hold of the horse, whilst Miss Row, who was much frightened, succeeded in extricating her father who was to have broken his thigh. A messenger was at once dispatched to Lostwithiel for Mr Rows brother, Dr Charles Row, and the unfortunate gentleman was carried on a gate to his residence, where Dr Row of Lostwithiel visited him and did what was necessary. At first it was thought that one of Miss Row's arms was broken, but it is now understood that this is not so, although it is seriously injured. The front of the carriage was smashed, but beyond a bruise or two the horse escaped injury.
Lerryn School Kayak Trip
June 15th 2011
For photographs of the Lerryn School Kayak Trip with Encounter Cornwall see the Photo Gallery.
LERRYN AND DISTRICT PRODUCE ASSOCIATION
June 13th 2011
The 61st Annual Produce Show takes place on Saturday, August 6th.
This year’s annual show promises a bumper crop of prize-winning blooms and perfectly-formed vegetables. As usual, we are looking forward to seeing lots of colourful flower arrangements and this year there are some especially imaginative Decorative classes to delight and inspire you, with subjects such as ‘A Decorated Cushion’ or ‘Down Memory Lane’. We hear the sunflowers from the school are growing taller by the day, so there’s going to be some fierce competition in this class! Oh, and don’t forget to start snapping away on your prize-winning photograph! The Under 16’s ‘Self-portrait’ and the Adults class ‘All in a working day’, allows for plenty of interesting thoughts, too.
‘Anything Goes’ - our fabulous band - is booked, cream teas to enjoy and a raffle. The afternoon promises to be unmissable, so please make a note of the date in your diary and show your support by entering lots and lots of flowers, fruit, vegetables, photography and home produce.
See you there!
Lerryn Photo Archive 2011
June 7th 2011
We have now added 22 more photographs to the year 2010s in the Lerryn Photo Archive. Most were taken in Fore Street and eight were taken in Lerryn View, luckily the weather held out as it started to rain at first.
Summer Solstice - A Taste of India !
June 6th 2011
SOLSTICE EVENT 2011.....GET THIS DATE IN YOUR DIARY .....
A reminder of this event which has the makings of a great night on the river.
DO remember to call up to order your food if you want to sample some Indian delights at the new and revamped Penmarlam Quay Cafe.
St Veep Feast Day lunch
June 5th 2011
This Feast Day lunch will take place on Sunday 3rd July. For information and tickets, please contact Penny Philp on 01208 873169 or Carol Langmaid on 01208 872017
Lostwithiel Education Trust
June 5th 2011
The Lostwithiel Educational Trust exists to benefit the young people up to 25 years old who live in Lostwithiel and the St Winnow parishes. The Trustees are looking to be able to support individuals and local organisations, as well as the two schools, with innovative educational projects (including social, physical and Christian education).
Applications for grants with as much supporting information should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or to PO Box21, Lostwithiel.
June 5th 2011
I don't recall these new dwellings being approved by the St Veep Parish Council!
House Martins at work in Lerryn
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