Coverack May 2021 Update

Government Guidelines are changing as we follow the road map out of lockdown…we would like to thank all of those people who are continuing to keep our little village and its occupants as safe as possible.

Keep Coverack Tidy: Please take your litter home with you and clear up after your dogs. If you are able to safely litter pick, please do so. Also please Carry out a 2 minute beach clean whenever you visit the beach – if everyone did this we would have a lot less litter in the sea. In the current climate please make sure you take particular care: wear gloves, safely dispose of the rubbish and wash your hands after.

The majority of Coverack businesses are open and with hospitality industry planned to open further on 17th May we are heading back to normality. Please support the small independent businesses in Coverack and follow any safety guidelines that they have in place. Please contact individual businesses about their opening dates and times.

Essential services in Coverack:
Coverack Village Stores:
The team at Coverack Village Stores are working hard keeping everyone supplied with essentials and much more. Deliveries are available if you email villagestores@coverack.org.uk or phone 01326 280683. Coverack Village Stores has a website www.coverackvillagestores.com and can be found on Instagram & Facebook.
Post Office services in Coverack are Monday and Thursday 1400 until 1600 in St Peter’s Hall. (Not Bank Holiday Monday) St Peter’s Hall is being used as the Polling Station for the Election on 6th May, therefore instead of Post Office services on 3rd and 6th May, the Post Office will be on Wednesday 5th May that week. We are grateful to Brian for changing his day to the Wednesday.

Events:
Cornish Pisky Pal’s Spring Pisky Trail, Coverack daily until 4pm on Tuesday 4th May. Pisky Trails available from Coverack Village Stores daily or the Old Mill Shop. £2.50 per trail. New phrase and varied route each holiday that we run a Pisky Trail! A Pisky Trail is a great way to explore Coverack! cornishpisky.co.uk Please follow guidelines and respect others, all Piskies will be behind glass/perspex.

Thurs 20th  May – Mon 7th June Coverack Village May Half Term Pisky Trail, Coverack Village. Pisky Trails available daily between those dates. Come and find the hiding Cornish Pisky Pals. Pisky Trails £2.50

Thurs 20th  May Wild Flower Walk – Chyvarloe to Loe Pool,  circular walk. 1.30pm to 4.30pm Meet at: National Trust Car Park near Chyvarloe Grid Ref: SW 652 236  Postcode TR12 7PY Donations for CS2000. Please contact Peter Wood to reserve a place  01326 280926. Email woodpgs@gmail.com and to find out more details of how the walk will be following Covid guidelines.

The Church notices

2nd May 0930 St Peter’s Holy Communion 1100 St. Keverne Morning Prayer 1800 Zoom Evening Service
9th May
0930 St. Peter’s Morning Prayer 1100 St. Keverne Holy Communion 1800 Zoom Evening Service
16th May
0930 St. Peter’s Holy Communion 1100 St Keverne 1800 Zoom Evening Prayer
23rd May
0930 St. Peter’s Morning Prayer 1100 St. Keverne Holy Communion 1800 Zoom Evening Prayer
30th May 
0930 St. Peter’s Morning Prayer 1100 St. Keverne Holy Communion Zoom Evening Prayer Please ring Rev John Ough 281079 for Zoom link.
St. Peter’s Church will be open for Private Prayer on Good Friday, Easter Sunday (the church will be decorated with flowers), and Thursdays and Sundays for the rest of April, all days between 1000 until 1600.  Please us the sanitiser inside the door and wear a mask.
Charles Patten and Joan Kearsley (tel No 280337 for further information) (Church Wardens at St. Peter’s Church) 

Teenage Table Tennis at St. Peter’s Hall from 1900 until 2100 on Thursdays starting 13th May.Please book with Mike Britton 078852338120 or Joan Kearsley 01326 280337

Little Fishes 6th May meet 1030 at Roskily’s for coffee and Ice Cream and feed the ducks.
13th and 20th May meetings at St. Peter’s Hall. No meeting at Half Term. Please book with Vikkie Jenkings on 077760972  

Coverack Space 2000 Community Group: This group maintains the Coverack Village Cornwall website and also Coverack Village Facebook and Instagram pages and provides a monthly update of What’s On in Coverack. The aim is to promote Coverack and to keep people in touch with what is going on in Coverack as well as supporting Coverack School.
CS2000 are currently tentatively preparing a Summer programme of events, less events than pre Covid and only to include those events that are outside and allow people to be in family groups with social distancing but hopefully this will be another step back to normality.
The What’s On in Coverack 2021 booklet, is currently about to head to the printers, just one edition this year, this booklet will be delivered to every household in Coverack. If you appreciate receiving this booklet, please make a donation to CS2000, either through a collection pot in The Old Mill Shop or through the Pay Pal button on our website. Coverack Village Cornwall
After a winter break Coverack Village Stores has now got the box of second hand books outside. The sale of these books help to raise funds for CS2000, after the first 10 days an impressive £75 has been raised so far – thank you so much to everyone who has supported.
Please send community or charity dates to go on the Coverack website and monthly email update before the end of each month to coordinator@coverack.org.uk

Lambeage Hall: Lambeage Hall Please find the most recent newsletter on the website.

Lambeage Lottery Together with other small charities we have joined Onelottery. Each week one of our supporters will win a cash prize and may win up to £25,000. Tickets are only £1 each. If you fancy a flutter that will benefit our village hall, please buy a ticket or two. You can buy as a one off or regularly by direct debit. Via: www.onelottery.co.uk and search for Lambeage Hall. 50% of all our ticket sales go to our village hall – more than any other lottery.

Tickets also available via our website www.lambeagehall.org.uk Thank you to everyone who has bought a ticket so far.

A note from Graham Swindon: I’m pleased to advise that volume 1 of One Good Turn – a social history of St Keverne parish – is available now. The book covers 1799-1910 and comprises 545 pages inc index to vol 1 and 2. The price is £15 inc delivery to TR12 of which I shall donate 10% to Coverack Space 2000/St Keverne School. Enquiries please to: onegoodturn2021@outlook.com

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