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.
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Road closure on the Lostwithiel to Lerryn road, mid December
Published on 11th DecemberThe road from Lostwithiel to Lerryn will be closed from 11th December to 17th December to put in a new water main. It is the section of the road near Trewether Farm... Read more
THANK YOU from LAMA
Published on 1st NovemberA big THANK you to everybody who helped us to raise just over £830 towards our next minibus at our charity auction of 1st November: the fundraising committee for working so hard to put on this event, the individuals and businesses who donated goods and services for the auction and last but not least to our supporters from Lerryn and Lostwithiel who attended the event and bid so generously for the 80 items in the catalogue... Read more
Lostwithiel University of The Third Age - Photography Exhibition
Published on 30th OctoberLostwithiel U3A Photographic Group is holding an exhibition of members' work at Shire Hall, Bodmin from Mon 25th to Friday 29th November and Monday 2nd to Friday 6th December from 9am to 2pm... Read more
Ladies Dining Club outing
Published on 30th OctoberA big THANK YOU to Katie, Julie and Viv for organising our meal at Edie's Kitchen in Carlyon Bay. The meal was delicious, the service efficient and £21 for a three course meal including service was excellent value for money... Read more
Tuesday Club visit to Colwith Farm Distillery
Published on 29th OctoberA big THANK YOU to Sue Watts who organised a very informative and enjoyable visit to Colwith Farm Distillery on Tuesday 29th October. We learnt about the distillery process from potato to bottled gin... Read more
Successful RNLI Fish Supper
Published on 23rd OctoberA big THANK YOU from the Lostwithiel and District Branch of the RNLI to everybody who supported our Fish Supper events last week: The Royal Oak in Lostwithiel for hosting the Fish Suppers on 16th, 18th and 19th October; the businesses who kindly donated raffle prizes; the local people and visitors who had a Fish Supper and those who bought raffle tickets... Read more
Whitecross and District Gardening Club
21st NovemberIf you would like to find out what will grow beneath the trees, come and join us on Thursday 21st November in the Whitecross Village Hall. Doors open at 7... Read more
LAMA Christmas Coffee Morning
23rd NovemberLAMA will be holding its annual Christmas Coffee Morning on Saturday 23rd November from 10.30am until 12.00pm in the Lerryn Memorial Hall. There will be a beautiful hamper to be won as well as opportunities to buy lovely things from our stalls... Read more
LERRYN'S CHRISTMAS CRACKERS
6th DecemberThis year's offering from the Lerryn Players isn't a panto. It's a festive experience, taking you from the moment the doors (and the bar!) open at 7.00pm to a rousing finale via songs, jokes, sketches, a Christmas quiz, a raffle and a lot of fun... Read more
Food and Drink Fair
7th DecemberJoin us in the Red Store on Saturday 7th December for our annual Food and Drink Fair when you will have the opportunity to stock up for Christmas on food and drink from local producers.
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