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 photoGreenshank on Lerryn River
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Cornwall Live article on Tivoli Park
Published on 20th OctoberOn Saturday 18th October 2019, the Cornish Guardian published an article on Tivoli Park which is hidden in the wood just below the village. https://www... Read more
LAMA charity auction
Published on 19th OctoberWhat do a strimmer, five one-hour French classes, a trip for two in a Mercedes, a vintage beaded evening bag, a cream tea for two, a hair do and an original soft pastel drawing have in common? They all feature on the extensive list of goods and services which will be auctioned by LAMA in the Memorial Hall on Friday 1st November... Read more
Lerryn History Society outing to Porthcurno
Published on 16th OctoberOn Wednesday 16 October, 14 members of Lerryn History Society set off in the LAMA bus to visit the Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno. Blessed with good weather we made excellent time arriving at the Museum in time for a much welcome refreshment break before starting our visit... Read more
Lerryn bridge clean up!
Published on 14th OctoberSigns went up in the summer promising that the bridge would be cleaned up. Finally early October a team from Cormac arrived and spent a few days cleaning up the bridge: they weeded it, pressure washed it and carried out some repointing where required... Read more
The Gallery’s renovated floor
Published on 11th OctoberDuring last month, September 2019, a group of keen people took on the task of giving the floor of the gallery a facelift. Following local advice as The Red Store is an historic building, the floor was washed with a sympathetic detergent, then cleaned with brushes & pieces of wool blankets to remove all the old polish, the bare wood was then left to air & dry prior to the application of wax then a non slip wax was the final coating prior to polishing... Read more
Don't miss out!
Published on 21st SeptemberTickets for the next Jazz Cafe events of 8th and 9th November at Duchy Nurseries went on sale this morning! Contact CRBO on 01726 879500 or buy on line at crbo... Read more
New LAMA Charity Auction
1st NovemberCome & support this new event at Lerryn memorial hall & grab some exciting bargains into the process! Truly something for everyone!
Jazz Cafe - TAKE TWO
8th NovemberThe two sessions will take place at Duchy Nurseries on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th November. The Goonzion Quintet will play on Friday. They are an exciting improvised jazz combo made up of drums, upright bass, guitar, piano and trumpet playing arrangements from the 50s and 60s cool jazz and bebop repertoire... Read more
16th NovemberHi we are holding a Craft Fayre at Lerryn Memorial Hall on November 16th from 10am to 3pm, come along and get some unique gifts for Christmas from local Crafters... 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