Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Parish Council And Planning

Perranuthnoe does not seem to have a representative on the parish council anymore so anyone interested in any planning notices is advised to visit St Clare.

Apparently one of the current plans is to knock down 4 Greeb Way and rebuild.

This will be for the foreseeable future as the next parish council elections due in 2011, have been postponed until 2013, to take in to account changes within Cornwall Council. That means that nearly a third of our current parish councillors are in place, unelected, for at least two and half years. Our present parish council seems to have made little attempt to make public who the new councillors are where as most other parish councils at least put a notice in the local papers stating who have been elected or seconded.

What with parish councils likely to be getting new powers under the governments ' big society' including massive changes to how planning permissions are granted, this village will have no proper say in what happens so it is up to all of us to try and keep an eye on things and if necessary make our voice heard and our opinions count.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Warning - Check You Receipts - Cash Back Scam

It has come to my attention that there is a very nasty scam going around. Apparetnly cashiers are adding cash back to purchases that people have not asked for. They then give the cash back to a friend who is in the queue behind you!

The scam involves amounts from £20 - £40 but I guess it can involve any amount, depending on what the cashiers feels he/she can get away with. So far Sainsburys have had the most incidents of this as they are one of the largest retailers but it is certainly not limited to them. This scam can be done anywhere at any store when paying by debit or credit card so please, please check your reciepts!

Stay safe everyone.

Kay

Friday, 3 December 2010

Marazion School Christmas Craft Fair Postponed

Marazion School is closed today due to the weather so the Christmas Craft Fair has been Postponed until next Wednesday 8th at 3:30pm.


The school would welcome any contributions for the cake stall.

Thursday, 2 December 2010

Peppercorn Kitchen Cafe Winter Opening‏

Our winter opening hours from Monday December 6th will be 10am to 4pm.


We will be opening on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day from noon until 4pm and the remaining bank holidays and New Year etc will be 10am 'til 4pm as usual.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Mucking Around At Ednovean Farm

Our muck heap has grown out of all proportions at Ednovean Farm, in fact it is huge! If any body would like a little or a lot for their garden please do come and help yourselves - bring bags barrows or articulated lorries - guaranteed to make your garden grow just call at the yard first then help yourself! Totaly free!!!!

Thanks!

Christine Taylor

Updated - Perranuthnoe Oil Group

Please see comment below if you ARE or WANT to be in this group

I have recieved an email today which I think you should all be aware of:

I was a little concerned at the size of my oil bill after the recent delivery from Watsons (Perranuthnoe group) so I rang round various oil companies for an on-the-spot price. I'm sorry to report that, even with the group discount, Watsons were six pence per litre more expensive than the best price (Semmens)I have now withdrawn from the group and am left wondering how much less I could have paid over the last couple of years!


Best check your prices everyone!
Kay

Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Perranuthnoe Christmas Tree 2010

Our Christmas tree will once again be in the village for all to see and will be lit on Friday 17th December

The approximate schedule of events is:

Lynfield Craft Centre Christmas Extravaganza
6.00pm onwards

6.00pm – 7.00pm
  • Jenny of Toppers Too invites you for complimentary “drinks and nibbles”.

6.00pm onwards
  • Val & Kevin of Village Crafts invite you for Cornish mulled apple juice and offer 10% discount on purchases for this evening only.
 
Tree Illumination and Carols
 
 
7.00pm
  • The tree will be blessed and illuminated and the carols begin. We hope that everyone will join in the carol singing (bring a torch to light up your hymn sheet!).
7.15pm
  • Father Christmas will arrive with a gift for all village children (under the age of twelve).
Hot sausage rolls and mince pies will be handed around during the carols followed by punch, made to a secret recipe especially for the occasion at the Victoria Inn (courtesy of Stewart & Anna).

It has become the tradition for us to ask for “volunteers” to bake (or supply) a dozen sausage rolls and/or mince pies, which will be handed round at the above event. If you are able to contribute you can find a copy of the slip here please fill it in and return it to Andrea at The Old Post Office by Friday 10th December.

Place your contribution in the box located in the garden of An Gwythow (Diane Hutchinson) on Friday 17th December.

Village children under 12 years of age, (present on the night) will be eligible for a gift from Father Christmas. Additional gifts can be arranged for grandchildren and/or visitors at a cost of £7.50 per child.

A copy of this information and the slip to fill in can be found here http://www.perranuthnoe.com/Perranuthnoe_Christmas_Tree_2010.doc

Sunday, 14 November 2010

Rare Breed Heifers

Just to let everyone know I now have 2 rare breed heifers by the name of Daisy and Buttercup. They are Whitebred Shorthorns of which there are only 250 registered cows in the world. They are a small dual purpose cow - good for beef and milking. They came down from the Scottish boarders on Monday (thats where most of them can be found). When they are old enough I will breed them with a bull of that breed at Pendeen where 6 other cows are grazing the moors. They are housed in one of my fields at present but if anyone would like to see them - just give me a phone 711875 Karen

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Wanted: Colour TV

If anyone has a colour TV they no longer want/need please could you give Kev a call on 07136 711808

Thank you

Monday, 8 November 2010

Around Perranuthnoe Calendar 2011

The 'Around Perranuthnoe Calendar 2011' produced by Jim & Sue Mason is now available at a cost of £4 with profits going towards the Village Christmas Tree fund.

Anyone who is willing to support the Christmas Tree fund by purchasing a calendar can do so by contacting Andrea on 719042

This is a limited edition calendar and numbers are limited!!

Friday, 29 October 2010

Peppercorn Kitchen Cafe Opening


Lisa and Jenni are delighted to announce the opening of Peppercorn Kitchen Café on Friday 5th November.

We would like to invite you to join us for cakes and beverage of your choice from 2pm until 5pm – we can’t wait to show you around and thank you personally for all the support and interest you’ve shown over the last few months.

We aim to be a Dog-Friendly Café, we have outside seating as usual and welcome particularly well-brought up dogs inside.  We open for business on Saturday 6th November from 9am until 5pm and will be open every day except Christmas Day.

Saturday, 23 October 2010

Website News

Hi everyone, just to let you all know that I am in the process of moving the Perranuthnoe website to a different hosting company. The site may be down for a day or two then again it might not! All depends how smoothly the process goes.

The Village News, Church News, Church Room Renovations, Neighbourhood Watch and Photography Group pages will be unaffected however you will only be able to access them directly.
Here's the links to each of those pages:

Village News

Church News

Church Room Renovations

Neighbourhood Watch

Photography Group

I apologise for any inconvenience caused. This is a necessary move to be able to add improved features to the site.

Kay Bowman

Saturday, 16 October 2010

Lovely Day For A Wedding

Local couple Sarah & Tim love Perranuthnoe so much that they chose to hold their wedding here. The ceremony took place in St. Piran & St. Michael's Church and the reception was held in the garden of the Cabin overlooking Perran bay. At one point the wedding party moved down to the beach, some took a swim while others chatted. It finished with some of the party walking the coastal path back to Prussia Cove. As Tim is a member of a band called Pondlife many guests bought their instruments, as the sun shone the musicians played.



























Congratulations Sarah & Tim

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Updated - Bomb Disposal On Perran Beach

There was some excitement on the beach today as a bomb disposal team set off a small explosion.
Apparently there were some items that needed disposing of and our beach has good sand for the job!


The Bomb Disposal Team

Beach goers watch on as team prepare
Police move people back to safe area

The fuse is laid
video
The explosion!

Update: Apparently the item was a grenade which was found at David Lays auction house in a box from a house clearance.  They called the police who called the Navy who came down and blew it up on the beach.
Pictures and video provided by Kirk Bowman

Friday, 20 August 2010

Updated - Dispute Over Land Access

Disputes over access to land are far from uncommon, in fact there is one going on right now, right under our noses.



As you walk down the lane at Trenow if you look to the right you will see the area where two farmers are in dispute over access.

Updated

Farmer 'A' rented the fields from farmer 'C' who reportedly made a gap in the hedge and put up a gate to gain access to the fields beyond. Farmer 'A' intends to graze cattle in the fields.

Farmer 'B' responded by taking down the gate and dumping a load of earth in its place, preventing access to the fields.







Farmer 'A' believes they are perfectly entitled to access due to a track being marked on an old Ordnance Survey map (1910). This is not the same map as the one in a post earlier this year relating to Trenow Quarry Footpath.

Farmer 'B' believes there is not, and never has been a track which would allow access to the fields.

Things like this are upsetting for all concerned, it seems a shame that some sort of arrangement could not have been made before things went this far.

Meanwhile the cow and her calf, having been purchased by farmer 'A' are left to chew the cud in their paddock until something is sorted.



The matter is in the hands of solicitors.

NB - Neither farmer 'A', 'B' or 'C' asked for this report in an effort to rally support.
Farmers 'A' and 'B' are currently in negotiations.

Saturday, 14 August 2010

Photos Of Perrans 1st 'Arty Party Wednesday at Lynfield Craft Centre'

Perranuthnoes first "'Arty Party Wednesday" organised by Lynfield Craft Centre businesses and The Victoria was held in Lynfield Craft Centre on Wednesday 11th August. The evening was reported to be "really good fun" with everyone looking forward to the next ones.

























The next evening is due to take place on
Wednesday 18th August 6pm - 9pm