Coverack news January 2019

Although January is seen as ‘off season’, in Coverack there is still a lot of activity.

Lots of groups continue to meet in Coverack all through the year; for the more energetic there is a Children’s Dance group, Coverack Community Dance Group,  Ju- jitsu, Table Tennis and Pilates. For the creative there is Writers Group, Patchwork, Manacle Voices and Art Society.

Little Fishes Baby and Toddler Group meet every week with an impressive following for a small village and Coverack Primary School has welcomed a new head teacher this term. Currently 41 children attend Coverack School and there are lots of plans for new creative spaces at the school so do keep an eye out for how you can help our community school.

The team of volunteers who work so hard to but up and maintain Coverack Christmas Lights still have the unenviable task of taking down and safely storing all the lights and display equipment for another year, this is a long process and not quite as rewarding as putting them up but just as important.

The Lambeage Hall Committee organised a Crowd Funding launch to help save The Lambeage Hall for future generations. They are raising funds to ensure the structural integrity of the Hall before moving on to refurbishing.

Monday club have had an impressive start to the year with a Junk & Jumble sale in aid of the Sepsis Trust. Not only did this event raise an impressive amount of money more importantly it helped to raise the awareness of sepsis, the symptoms if spotted early enough can lead to successful treatment and therefore can save lives. Please look at the website

Lunch Club continues every other Wednesday in St Peter’s Hall, a team of volunteers share the roles of transporting, hosting, cooking and clearing away so that those who would normally eat alone can enjoy a social occasion and a tasty home cooked meal. Both those help run the event and those who attend enjoy the experience.

And of course CS2000 have been working hard with the website and Facebook page. CS2000 held a meeting at the beginning of January looking back at our progress since September and then planning the year ahead. The majority of events for 2019 are now in place and we have produced a list of those we have been informed about which is now available so that we can all look forward to 2019.

Here are a few photos taken in Coverack in January 2019:

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