Welcome to the Lerryn area community website
Lerryn.net is the website for our local community, where residents in the Lerryn area can find the latest news and information about what is happening in and around the village. The site also provides access to detailed information about all the local groups and clubs, several of which have their own pages. We are delighted that the website is helping former residents reconnect with their past and that visitors find it useful to help them plan their holiday and/or revisit cherished memories of their stay.
The website belongs to the village and every group or organisation has been given log-in rights to enter information about planned events and activities, and also to contribute news items and photographs.
Like any website, Lerryn.net needs to be constantly open to improvement so that it can always be fresh and relevant to changing needs. Please get in touch with any ideas for improvements, additions or updates. Just submit your comments by visiting the Contact Us page.
This week's photoLow Tide at Penquite
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Published on 14th JuneThis week I've been concerned about the very early hedge and verge cutting that is being carried out by Cormac on behalf of Cornwall Council. As we all know the wild flowers are still blooming, and birds and other wildlife are still in their nests... Read more
Successful morning for LAMA
Published on 9th JuneEverybody had a good morning at the LAMA coffee morning: lots of people to talk to, good books and bric-a-brac to browse, excellent raffle prizes, homemade bread and cakes to buy to take home - and such wonderful sweet and savoury tarts that Robin and Bernice Guest , having arrived early to help, decided to turn the coffee morning snack into brunch! The bus cleared well over £200 and many thanks are due to all the many people who helped.
Three minutes to take-off
Published on 9th JuneLerryn WI always open up the second part of their meeting so that anyone in the village is free to come and hear the guest speaker. When David Earl came to talk to us about the Cornish Air Ambulance, we had to get out extra chairs... Read more
Jazz Cafe tickets on sale from 7th June
Published on 7th JuneTickets for the two concerts hosted by the Duchy Nurseries on Friday 9th August (The Fabulous Dino Baptiste Trio) and on Saturday 10th August (The Anita Skoog Quintet) will be on sale on 7th June at 9... Read more
Long delays in Penpol
Published on 30th MayThis Thursday, 30th May, Cornwall Council are carrying out tree works and repair to a bank slippage in Penpol. Although the road will not be closed they have advised to expect long delays... Read more
Tuesday Club visit to Gardens Cottage, St Blazey
Published on 29th MayOn Tuesday 28th May, ten members of the Tuesday Club made their way to Prideaux, near St Luxulyan to visit Sue Newton's garden. Gardens Cottage is a newly-created garden of about 1½ acres set in tranquil location on the edge of the Luxulyan Valley... Read more
Walk from St Mary Bradoc to Bury Down Iron Age Hill Fort
19th JuneStep back in time through glorious countryside on Wednesday 19th June. We will meet at 10.30am at St Mary Bradoc Church (PL22 0RN). We will walk to Bury Down Iron Age Hill Fort to raise funds for our church... Read more
22nd JuneThis concert by the East Cornwall Bach Choir will take place at 7.30pm on Saturday 22nd June in the Priory Church at St Germans. Tickets are £14 for adults, £7... Read more
Friends of St Winnow AGM
23rd JuneThe AGM of The Friends of St Winnow will be held at 2.30pm on Sunday 23rd June. Everyone is welcome to attend and refreshments will be served
FoFE Wildlife Walk around Golant
25th JuneOn Tuesday 25th June, we have organised a wildlife walk around the village of Golant. We will visit the northern end of the Golant Pill where Liz Anderson and a team of local residents have been working hard to tidy the area and create a wildlife haven... Read more
Diary for the next week
Fowey tidal forecast
Notes for visitors:
1. The car park by the Red Store floods on each high tide
2. When the high tide is above 5.3m, depending on wind, air pressure and recent rainfall, the main car park may flood
3. You can use the stepping stones up to 2.45 hours before or after high tidePolruan NCI weather page