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Plant Sale and Coffee Morning

May 12th 2015

Plant Sale and Coffee morning

Get ready for the best plant sale this side of Cornwall!

Please come along to the Memorial Hall this Saturday morning, 16th May, and bag a few bargains for the garden – and enjoy delicious coffee and cakes – what more can you ask for?

And please don’t forget, the funds we raise go to putting on the Annual Produce Show – now in its 65th year, so any plant donations that we can sell on Saturday will be gratefully received. There will also be a chance to renew your memberships and collect this years’ show schedule.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

LAMA Coffee Morning

May 7th 2015

Seal Sighting

May 5th 2015

A message from Sue Sayer of the Cornish Seal Group:


Yes indeed you are right – it most certainly is a common seal!

Excellent news and sighting.

We have had sightings of a common seal in the Fowey up as far as above Golant and Penpol but not this far up as you say.

The last report I had was 25/01/15 so it is good to see the seal is still about.

Many thanks for your hugely important sighting!

If you see it again – keep a look out when it dives to see if it has rear flipper tag….there is a common on the south coast that has come from mainland Europe!

Common seals are much rarer in our part of Cornwall than Grey seals

Bank Holiday Visitor to Lerryn

May 3rd 2015

Sunday evening on the falling tide by the Red Store


April 29th 2015



The end of the large conifer at Bridge Cottage

Padstow Lobster Hatchery Visit

April 26th 2015

Next Sunday 3rd May, we have planned a visit to Padstow Lobster Hatchery where we will be treated to a 'behind the scenes' tour of this charity which helps to conserve vulnerable lobster populations by rearing and releasing lobsters to our local coastal waters. You can even adopt your own lobster!
The visit is at 11am until 12.30pm, meeting at the Lobster Hatchery, we have a special price of £3 for adults and £1.50 for under 16s.
So we can have an idea of numbers, we ask that you book with Peter on 01726 833141 or email peterj.e@virgin.net

Quiz night in aid of Lerryn Mini Bus

April 25th 2015

This months Quiz is in aid of  of Lerryn Minibus. 

At The Ship this Saturday.

Wild Looe

April 14th 2015

   Local wildlife enthusiast and author, Dr. Derek Spooner, will be giving a talk, sharing the inspiration behind his book “Wild Looe“. Focusing on the wonderful diversity of habitats and wildlife found in and around the Looe Voluntary Marine Conservation Area, from rocky shore to fields and woodlands.
   This fascinating talk will focus on the diversity of Looe, west to Polperro, east to Seaton, and inland to Shallowpool and Sandplace, including the nature reserve of Looe Island. Discovering the rocky shore; the tidal estuary of the West and East Looe rivers; the ancient, semi-natural woodlands of the river valleys – especially Kilminorth Woods, Trenant Woods and Seaton Valley – and the fields and hedgerows of the coast path. It highlights the natural history of these environments, their protection and conservation.
   This is a joint event organised by the Friends of Fowey Estuary and Looe Marine Conservation Group. We hope that it will be a chance to meet some new faces from a like-minded group just along the coast.

Lerryn and District Produce Association

April 11th 2015




Saturday 16th May, Lerryn Memorial Hall. 10.30am

May we ask all our friends who enjoy the August show to sow some extra seeds and plant more than you need this month, so that we can benefit from your efforts and sell your excess plants to raise funds to put on the 65th Annual show.

The plant sale and coffee morning is a famously popular event where we like to catch up with friends and neighbours over a coffee – and bag a few plant bargains for the garden.



Saturday 1st August, Lerryn Memorial Hall.

We’ve thought up some wonderful categories this year for the children’s classes, including “A scarecrow” – just as long as it isn’t bigger than 1metre! “A Clockface” (using fruit and vegetables), and a decorated plant pot. We’ll keep you posted over the coming months on other classes and news, so watch this space!



Please don’t forget to return your prizewinner’s cups to Sue Hancock .



Don’t be fooled by the lovely spring weather we’ve been enjoying lately! April and May is an excellent time to sow all sorts of vegetables including runner beans, carrots, beetroot, lettuce and broad beans, but beware, the night-time cold and frosts can still be harmful to early plantings. And now is the time to weed, weed, weed, so don’t forget to sharpen your hoes!

Lerryn History Society Talk

March 30th 2015

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