Many are asking what is open in Coverack and the answer is everything, slightly altered to previously, but Coverack is open! It’s been a difficult few months for everyone and the independent businesses in Coverack really appreciate your support.
Please check with the businesses for specific details.
Coverack Village Stores: essential food supplies, household goods and so much more available. Open week days between 8:30am – 7pm. Saturday 8:30am – 6pm & Sunday 9am – 2.30pm coverackvillagestores.com Hand sanitiser on entry and two shoppers allowed in at any one time. Please queue outside and wait to be asked in.
Post Office services: St Peter’s Hall on a Monday & Thursday afternoon between 2pm – 4pm
Brenda’s, The Old Mill Shop (Old Mill Shop Coverack) and The Seine Loft, all open for business.
Archie’s Loft, Harbour Lights (Harbour Lights Coverack) and Elizabeth’s Pasties all open for food and drinks. Take away drinks also available from Coverack Village Stores.
Restaurants and bars:
Bay Hotel, Coverack: (The Bay Hotel) Open to residents and non-residents, serving light lunches, cream teas, teas, coffee and drinks from the bar on the terrace and gardens. Bay Hotel Restaurant open for evening meals, booking essential.
The Paris: (Paris Coverack) Open daily for drinks and food, take away available.
The Lifeboat House: (The Lifeboat House) Open for take away drinks and food, currently restaurant closed.
Roskilly’s Farm (Roskillys Croust House Restaurant) open for drinks, food and ice cream, take away available.
Things to do:
Coverack Windsurfing Centre: (Coverack Windsurfing Centre) windsurfing sessions Kayak and paddle board hire. All activities have Covid measures in place.
Coverack Pisky Trail (Cornish Pisky Pals) Coverack’s Early Summer Pisky Trail available daily until 11th August. Coverack Late Summer Pisky Trail available between 13th August & 7th September. Pisky Trails available from Coverack Village Stores and The Old Mill Shop Coverack.
Coverack Church open for private prayer on a Sunday and Thursday between 10:00 – 16:00.
Coverack Harbour: Coverack harbour is privately owned and as such the general public are lucky to be able to use it. Please observe the signs and remember that it is a working space for the fishermen.
Lambeage Hall: Lambeage Hall The play area outside the Lambeage Hall on the Battery is now open, please observe the signs. Please look at the Lambeage Hall newsletter to see the progress they are making and how you can help with fund raising etc.
Coverack’s Carnival and Regatta Committee: It is regretted but we cannot make definite plans when things are so uncertain and so this year both Coverack Carnival and Regatta will be cancelled. Thank you for all support in the past and hoping everyone is keeping safe and well. Wishing everyone all the best from sunny Coverack.
Coverack Space 2000 Community Group: Alongside running this website and Coverack Village Cornwall Facebook page, CS2000 usually run a busy programme of events throughout the year. These events are being cancelled on a month by month but hopefully some people will take part in Pirate & Mermaid Week: from Monday 27th July – until Sunday 2nd August, decorated businesses and homes – please join in if you can, decorating your home, holiday cottage or business in Coverack with a Pirate or Mermaid theme. Please note, this year decorations will need to be where the public can’t touch them to avoid cross contamination. Coverack Village Stores has kindly offered that children can create Pirate & Mermaid pictures to be displayed in the shop window for that week. If you have any clean old socks or gloves, rather than throw them away, see if you can make some ‘sock fish’ that can be turned into environmentally friendly bunting for Pirate and Mermaid week!
Lots of people are working hard to help Coverack to be as safe and as welcoming as possible and we appreciate all the support we receive. The number of people in a shop or business are restricted so you may need to queue but please do support these independent businesses so that they will be able to survive this difficult period and be here in the future. Money spent in a small business makes a big difference to that business and has many knock on effects in the wider community. Please keep it local.