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 photoAutumn in Lerryn
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Local Businesses & Services
Published on 28th MarchLerryn Website group would like to thank all our local businesses for their continued support during the past year. We send you all our best wishes for good health and for the successful recovery of your business, once the current crisis is over... Read more
Free Fish deliveries from Nippers Shellfish
Published on 26th MarchNippers Shellfish based in Looe can take telephone orders on 07572365516 they do an awesome mystery selection offered in £20 or £30 boxes with free delivery... Read more
St Winnow and St Veep isolation support scheme
Published on 25th MarchIn addition the Community Buddies scheme which is operating in the St Veep and Penpol area of the parish, please see below another sup[port scheme set up through Kerry Pearce: We have a team of people covering different areas throughout the parishes of St Winnow and St Veep... Read more
Prescriptions collection service
Published on 24th MarchThose of you who have benefited from this service know that every Tuesday, the minibus returns from its weekly trip to Bodmin via the Lostwithiel surgery where our drivers pick up the prescriptions and deliver them to the shop in Lerryn between 12... Read more
Coronavirus and the LAMA bus
Published on 21st MarchThe pandemic is forcing hard choices on all of us. Today, with great sadness, we have had to give notice that we are suspending all LAMA bus trips until the time comes when we can once again provide these very important services without putting passengers, drivers or the public at risk... Read more
Home deliveries from Lerryn River Stores
Published on 19th MarchNick and Michele want their loyal customers to know that if any of them fall ill or have to self-isolate for other reasons, they will deliver your shopping within a 3 mile radius... Read more
Community Buddies scheme set up
Published on 19th MarchA Community Buddies scheme was launched today by Katie Wilks and Annie Singer. All residents living an area of St Veep Parish which includes Wooda Cross, Kinghole, St Veep, Penpol and Trevelyan received a letter today explaining the scheme and inviting other buddies to join Katie and Annie... Read more
COVID-19 delivery help for those in need - Lostwithiel Young Farmers
Published on 19th MarchLostwithiel Young Farmers are offering a collection/delivery service. Contact 0776019384.
Community website AGM Postponed
2nd AprilIn the light of the exceptional circumstances brought about by the Corona Virus pandemic, we have decided to postpone our AGM.
Johnny Inder sings songs from the 50s. 60s and 70s - POSTPONED
3rd AprilAfter his very successful evening in Lerryn last year, Johnny is coming back to the Memorial Hall to sing for us again - this time the songs of the fifties, sixties and seventies... Read more
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