There will be a free concert for the wall fund with a leaving collection on
Friday 14 November at 7.30pm in the Church
The programme includes well known light classical pieces such as the Magic Flute overture and Handel's Water Music, a selection of folk tunes, vaudeville songs and a piece by local composer Judith Bailey based on Cornish folk tunes called Stems from Cornwall.
Force Five consists of 3 professional musicians, a dentist and our very own Iain Vosper on horn.
Sold in aid of the Perranuthnoe Christmas Tree Fund
Copies of the popular Perranuthnoe Calendar for 2015 are now available at a cost of £6 each. Obtain your copy from Andrea at The Old Post Office (email@example.com) Village Crafts or The Cabin. Numbers are limited, so get yours early!
The photos are by Jim and Sue Mason and the calendars are printed by VistaPrint. Profits will go towards this years Village Christmas lights and the children's gifts from Santa!
Wanted to know if any of the cottages are winter-letting this year? I have one well behaved dog and need reliable wi-fi/internet as I'm a journalist who works remotely. Be great to hear if anything's available as I love Perranuthnoe! Thank you Richard Hardy
Hello from a new arrival in Perranuthnoe! Sally and I (plus Rosie our English setter cross) moved into St Pirans Way last week... quick question - our broadband was switched on today but it's only 1.8Mb. Has anybody tried BT Infinity? They predicted 2-4Mb so not sure it's worth the upgrade.
If you see us about say hello!
Westminster Abbey will be holding a vigil on the night of August the 4th, 2014. Drawing upon Sir Edward Grey's famous remark that "the lights are going out all over Europe", Westminster Abbey will mark the centenary by moving from light into darkness, until one candle remains at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior, which will be extinguished at 11.00pm to mark the moment of the declaration of war. The Vigil will include music, scriptural readings, psalmody, poetry, and contemporary reflection (such as diary entries and letters) from 1914.
If, by any chance, your holiday home is available anytime after 6 September 2014 then please do contact us and hopefully we could find a mutual agreement to rent your holiday home. This would be a great help for us whilst we are looking for a long term rental property.
We are an honest, trustworthy couple who would take good care of your property as if it were our own home. We can provide local references.
Please see below for our original request.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Mark & Diane
Wanted: Long term unfurnished rental accommodation
Quiet couple seeking a long term unfurnished rental with washing machine, fridge freezer, cooker ideally with a small garden/yard. Preferably in a rural location or on outskirts of village.
Should you feel that you may have something suitable please don't hesitate to contact us:
Jim Scobie (parish councillor) has suggested that we all report any "silly parking" to the police as it will be the only way we will be able to get any yellow lines. He says that if the police get enough reports they will then get the council to do something about it.
It is a serious problem as we all know. If there is an accident in the village during the silly season then the emergency services will not be able to get through, especially anything as large as a fire engine! So please follow his advice and report silly parking, whether its outside your own property or anywhere else in the village.
The number to call is the non-emergency number which is 101
Thanks are expressed to all who helped make the opening night of the photographic exhibition such a great success. To date £280 from print sales and donations has been raised for Surf Action. It is hoped to sell further first edition prints before the exhibition ends mid-May.
To view the exhibition by appointment and/or purchase cards contact:
Martin Holland on 07714 846849.
I would be happy to hear from anyone who has anything to add, in terms of comments and if there are any more old photographs which people would like to share on the website I would be happy to receive copies of these and I will do the rest.
Finally, I'd like to thank Marazion Memories for some of the images contained within this volume.