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St Veep Sunshine Boxes


May 1st 2011

On 27th March, we published an article explaining the fundraising project known as "The St Veep Sunshine Boxes" St Veep Church would like to say a big THANK YOU to all those of you who collected their Sunshine Boxes from the Mothering Sunday Service or from the PCC Annual Meeting.  There are a few more still available.  If you would like to get involved with this fundraising scheme, please contact Paul Weatherhogg on 01208 873621


Royal Wedding Day in Lerryn


April 27th 2011

The Programme for Friday 29th April is as follows:

10.00 am:  Lerryn Memorial Hall opens, with Big Screen for BBC broadcast (Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served)

11.00 am:  Marriage Service begins

12.00 pm:  Filled French Sticks available for lunch

1.30 pm:     Broadcast finishes

HALL CLOSED

3.45 pm:    Children arrive for Tea Party

4.00 pm:    Children's entertainer for 1 hour

5.00 pm:    Children's Tea

5.30 pm:    Entertainer gives out commemorative mugs

6.00 pm:     Tea Party finishes

HALL CLOSED

7.00 pm:     Faith Supper with licensed bar from The SHIP INN; please bring a plate to share and enjoy a Lerryn "get together"

9.15 pm:      Disco, with bar until midnight

FOR FURTHER DETAILS, CONTACT ROS ON 872999 OR ELIZABETH ON 873373


Women's Health Promotion Workshop


April 26th 2011

 Message from Brunel University, West London

There are many issues that affect women as they age, for example bone health, depression, memory, sleep problems and bladder health.  We have developed a health education workshop for older women to help them with some of these health problems.

If you are 60 years old or over and are interested in improving your health, please sign up. The workshop is very informal and will last approximately 1-2 hours.  Light refreshments will be provided

Lerryn WI will be hosting this workshop and hope you can join us on Wednesday 27th April 2011 from 3.30 until 5.30pm in Lerryn Memorial Hall

To book a place or for more information on the workshop please contact: Lin Briggs on 01208 872093


Easter Monday


April 26th 2011

Enjoying the sunshine on Easter Bank Holiday Monday

   

    

     

    

 

 

If one swallow does not make a summer, how about two!

 

 

 

  


RNLI AGM and talk on Sea Safety


April 23rd 2011

 

The AGM of Lostwithiel & District RNLI Branch will take place at 7.30pm on Wednesday 4th May in the Red Store, LERRYN.
 
This will be followed by a talk on "Sea Safety" by Simon Hannaford, RNLI Sea Safety Officer, Fowey.
 
Teas and coffee will be served
 
ALL ARE WELCOME
 
 
VOLUNTEERS
The Branch is always keen to welcome volunteers who would like to assist with events or even join the Committee.
If you are interested, do talk to one of the helpers or committee members at the AGM
 
RWB
 


Otters


April 23rd 2011

A delightful clip of two otters filmed yesterday on the River Camel, near Bodmin----------------


Calling all aspiring thespians


April 22nd 2011

Message from Lerryn Players:

Auditions for The Panto of the Opera will take place in Lerryn School on 16th May.   Children's auditions will start at 6.00pm and adults' auditions at  7.00 pm.  If you want to be involved but cannot attend on audition day,  please contact Ann Henderson on 01208 873428 (Annh@mail.com) as soon as possible.
If you are interested in acting, singing, props, scenery, costumes, make-up or back- stage work please come.


Lerryn.net Photo Archive


April 21st 2011

We are now putting photographs onto our Photo Archive for the year 2010. Many of the photos currently in our Photo Gallery will in due course be used by the the History Society to update the CD that was started by Esthermary Todd. We also hope that the History Society can make use of the 2010 photographs now going on Lerryn.net Photo Archive. Please look and we welcome your views through our "contact us" page.

Click on the image to see the photographs being added to the Photo Archive for 2010s ----------------


Outcomes of lerryn.net AGM


April 19th 2011

The AGM took place on 4th April and the key outcomes were as follows:

1.  Election of officers:

  • Annie Singer - Chair
  • Bernie Gibbons - Treasurer
  • Ann Gibbons - Secretary

Other members of the committee are:  Richard Morris, Keith Rooker and Damon Wilcox

2.  Adoption of the amended constitution

The following objects were agreed:

Our overarching objective is to provide and maintain a community website (www.lerryn.net) to benefit the residents of Lerryn and the surrounding areas. Our website will be developed by residents for residents, unlike other village websites that have been developed purely for visitors.

We aim to:

      • Contribute to the development of the real sense of community that exists in Lerryn through sharing news and information
      • Enable those of our elderly/disabled residents, who have Internet access, to have access to news and information which they might otherwise miss out on
      • Support and celebrate the work of local community groups and charities by advertising their events, publishing their reports and giving them the opportunity to buy their own pages
      • Provide a platform where matters of interest to residents can be discussed
      • Enable former residents of Lerryn and surrounding areas, including those who have moved abroad, to keep in touch with life in Lerryn
      • Enable former residents of Lerryn and surrounding areas to reconnect with their past by publishing archive materials
      • Contribute to the on-going development of the village archive by making our news items and photographs available to other community groups, such as the History Society
      • Facilitate the commercial life of the area by providing space on the website whilst ensuring that the costs of providing these services are fully recovered
      • Investigate ways in which those residents who do not have the Internet can have access to the information posted on the website


Protect our NHS petition


April 17th 2011

See the latest topic on the discussion forum which gives you a link to a NHS petition.



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