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.
Picture of the weekLeaving Lerryn
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News and events
Concert by the children of Lerryn
23rd FebruaryOnce again the chidren of Lerryn will be entertaining us during a coffee morning in the Memorial Hall, this year on Saturday the 23rd February. Come and support them, and enjoy memorable performances as well as fresh coffee and home-made cakes.
Cornwall Coastal Otter Project
12th FebruaryRob Wells has kindly invited members of the FoFEto attend a Cornwall Coastal Otter Project meeting being hosted by the Cornwall Mammal Group (CMG). This will be on Tuesday 12th February at 7pm at Lost Gardens of Heligan (see poster attached) There will be a talk by Dave Groves from the Cornwall Mammal Group about otters and the project and Ian McCarthy will be showing some footage of otters on the Fowey! Please reserve your space by contacting Rob at robawells@gmail.
RNLI Share our Soup (SOS)
26th JanuaryThe Lostwithiel Branch of the RNLI invites you to its annual Share our Soup (SOS). This will take place on Saturday 26th January 2019 in the Lerryn Memorial Hall from 12.
Announcing new Art classes in St Veep
26th JanuaryHere are the details of two classes from the tutor Monica: 1. Introduction to Glass Learn basic glass techniques: fusing, slumping and more Classes every Friday, 9.
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 tide