I am very curious about the church in Perranuthnoe and can't find exactly who to ask so here I am. When I visited the church, I noticed the small door cut into the main entry door. I remember someone saying or maybe reading that the door was for farmers to bring their dogs in, sheep dogs?, and would tie them up during services.
I'd love to know: 1. If that is true 2. When that door dates from. When was that little inset door installed?
I thank you so much for reading through this and for any help or direction you might be able to give me.
On Saturday 9th November local people gathered in Perranuthnoe car park to show Cornwall Council how strongly they feel about the closure of the public toilets during weekdays for the winter months. The Perranuthnoe Peeathon event was created on Facebook with around 70 people, several dogs and a horse turning up.
Local people and businesses are feeling let down by Cornwall Council. Comments such as 'we are the ones paying the most council tax yet we are not allowed use of the toilets in winter!' and 'they (Cornwall council) are urging small businesses to stay open all year round yet they themselves are closing the amenities, what sort of message are they trying to send out?'
What's the Cornish motto, ah yes Onan hag Oll -One and all. Cornwall Council showing true Cornish spirit (not).
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Bryan Griffin has been awarded a new lease for the car park starting from April 2014 at which point he will have total responsibility for the public toilets. It is his intention to keep them open throughout the year with help promised by village businesses to keep them clean.
The intention of the Peeathon is to gain some sort of control over the toilets for this winter so that they may be kept open for everybody's convenience.
The hope is for as many people as possible to assemble in the car park tomorrow morning at 11am to show the Council there is support for keeping them open. The Cornishman will be invited. A full bladder is NOT required :-)