Website Group calls for Volunteers!
March 9th 2010
The group running the website would like some more volunteers to assist with the day to day running of the site, gathering News and related activities.
It would also be good to get some fresh ideas for keeping the site relevant to the needs of the Lerryn Area Community which it serves.
The roles are not onerous and you can take on as much or as little as you feel comfortable with, we use email extensively and therefore only meet about three times a year.
If you are interested please contact the website administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lerryn Car Park - Keep it free of charges!
February 27th 2010
Cornwall Council is consulting on Car Parking Charges via a questionnaire, copies of which the Parish Council have made available in Lerryn River Stores.
This is vitally important to Lerryn as the economic viability of the Shop, the Ship and the School (not to mention smaller businesses) rely on the Lerryn Car Park remaining FREE.
Following the formation of the Cornwall Council Unitary Authority, St Veep Parish Council were worried (rightly as it turns out!) that a unified Car Parking policy may be adopted which could result in charges for all car park users. Most of Lerryn Car park is owned by the new Cornwall Council. The Parish Council requested last year that the ownership of the Car Park be transferred to them to secure its future as a free car park. No decision has yet been received regarding this request.
We urge everyone to obtain a copy of this questionnaire from the shop and to complete it supporting Lerryn Car Park remaining free and the ownership passing to St. Veep Parish Council. Completed questionnaires can be returned to the Shop or to a Parish Councillor.
If you do nothing else for the village this year please do this!
February 27th 2010
Advance warning for all those riverside properties there are very high tides from Sunday onwards this week with storms and heavy rain also forecast on Sunday with low pressure. Winds currently forecast from the West / North West so we can only hope they stay in that direction and don't move to the south / south east.
Please remember to check on any more vulnerable residents who may live by the waters edge
Tide information follows
Environment Agency Floodwatch Website CLICK HERE
Latest Weather for Fowey CLICK HERE
Stay Dry !
Men Cooking Dinner ???? !!!!!!
February 22nd 2010