Coverack, October 2021.
We would like to thank all of those people who are continuing to keep our little village and its occupants as safe as possible. 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 times. Thank you to everyone who has supported Coverack Space 2000’s summer events, and to all those who have volunteered for us. Without your support, we wouldn’t be able to run these popular community events or offer financial support for additional activities at Coverack School.
In particular, thank you to the following people for volunteering to help with our summer events: Paula Shea, Joan Kersley, Jill Newell, Angela Clay, Geoff Clay, Sue Bryant, Terry Thompson, Hannah Dagger, Kate Dagger, Marshall Dagger, Jo Foster, Arthur Foster, Henry Foster, Peter Wood, Vanessa Millar, Graham Swindon, Caroline Beadle and Robert Beadle. (Apologies to anyone I’ve inadvertently missed off.) Many thanks to all those who’ve supported Coverack and CS2000 in other ways.
Essential services in Coverack:
Coverack Village Stores: The team at Coverack Village Stores are working hard keeping everyone supplied with essentials and much more, open 7 days a week.
Post Office services in Coverack are Monday and Thursday 14:00 – 16:00 in St Peter’s Hall.
Coverack School News
Fri 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th Oct Little Fishes Music Group, 9.30-10.30am: Bring your babies and toddlers to Little Fishes music group! Your little ones will love singing, dancing, playing instruments and catching bubbles. Experienced music teacher, Eseld Parker, welcomes you to join us every Friday during term time, 9.30-10.30am at Coverack School.
Fri 1st – Sun 3rd Oct Watercolour with Sue Lewington: Art books and Journals Exploring making and using personal sketch books and journals. £210 for a 3 day course (including lunches and home-made cake!). All profits from this course go back to the community group CS2000.
These courses are suitable for both beginners and more experienced artist. For more information, a brochure, or a booking form, visit our website http://www.coverack.org.uk, contact Caroline 01326 281448 or email email@example.com. Gift Vouchers available. Dates for 2022 will be announced from the end of October for those wanting to book early to avoid disappointment!
Sat 2nd Oct Fisherman’s Rest Official Opening, 3pm. All friends, Coverack residents and those who contributed to the renovation are invited.
Sat 2nd Oct Apple day on the Battery 10.30am-4pm. All things apples and for all ages. Bring your own bucket or 2 of washed apples and have them juiced for a cash donation to the hall. You will need to bring containers for your juice too – plastic bottles are good. Also on offer will be apple games, tea and apple cake, bar open for cider etc, home-made soups (apple and celery and apple and parsnip) and rolls.
Tues 5th Oct Beach Clean day Coverack beach. Anyone can help out, any time of day, low tide is around mid-day so there should be beach to clean all day. Please place collected rubbish in the nearby bins or for large pieces of beach rubbish, by the dog waste bin at North Corner, Coverack. Please consider doing 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.
Thurs 7th Oct Coverack Christmas Tree Committee: ‘Volunteers Meeting’ at The Fisherman’s Rest, 7:30pm. Open to everyone. Coverack Christmas Tree Night is planned for Saturday 11th December (Covid restrictions permitting.) For this event to run smoothly we need volunteers – please come along if you think you can help! We are looking for people who can organise the raffle and the food in advance and those that can help on the night. Jobs range from food preparation and serving food to selling raffle tickets and lots more in between.
Daily 14th Oct – 1st Nov Coverack Village October Half Term Pisky Trail. Pisky Trails available daily until the end of the day on 1st November. Come and find the hiding Cornish Pisky Pals. Varied route and new mystery Pisky phrase. Pisky Trails £2.50 each.
Tues 19th Oct Coverack Films. 7 for 7.30pm. Dream Horse. PG. The inspiring true story of Dream Alliance, an unlikely racehorse bred by small town bartender who convinces her neighbours to chip in their meagre earnings. Their investment pays off as Dream rises through the ranks and becomes a beacon of hope in their struggling community. Tickets on the door or from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/lambeage-hall. Licensed bar and refreshments.
Friday 22nd Oct Hit and Miss. 7 for 7.30pm. Enjoy traditional and modern Cornish songs and join in – or not as you wish! With Cornish pasties – a real Cornish evening.
The Church notices
Services are getting back to normal but masks are still to be worn and social distancing continuing. Singing is permitted ‘masks on’ during the high virus numbers in the county. Viv Lynn and Liz Watts will return to playing the piano and the organ from mid-September.
We hope to return to other activities in St Peter’s Hall. Look out for news of Lunch Club, Table Tennis, Monday Club and other activities. Little Fishes has restarted on Thursday’s 10:00 – 12:00.
Contact Joan Kearsley 280337 if you wish to book the Hall for new activities in the Autumn.
St. Peter’s Church Roof Fund
Funds are building to nearly 50% of the quoted figure thanks to generous donations from church members. We are hopeful of officially launching the project with a concert (covid permitting) and hope to qualify for a grant to enable the work to be done before the winter.
Coverack Space 2000 Community Group: This group was set up to raise funds for additional space at Coverack School, and has continued to organise events in the village, promote Coverack and support the School. It also maintains the Coverack Village Cornwall website, Coverack Village Facebook and Instagram pages and provides a monthly update of What’s On in Coverack. CS2000 actively supported the recent campaign to keep all of Coverack School open and will support funding for wrap-around care for Coverack School children.
The What’s On in Coverack 2021 booklet is in circulation, and was delivered to every household in Coverack. Please consider making a donation to CS2000 if you appreciate receiving this booklet, through the Pay Pal button on our website: Coverack Village Cornwall. What’s On booklets can also be bought from Coverack Village Stores.
The sale of second hand books from the box outside Coverack Village Stores helps raise funds for CS2000 – 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
To check on events or information about Coverack, visit Coverack Village Community on Facebook and Instagram or visit our website http://www.coverack.org.uk please like, share and support!
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Lambeage Hall: Please find the most recent newsletter and updates on planned events on their website: https://www.lambeagehall.org.uk/home
Lambeage Lottery All proceeds from our weekly lottery are supporting the improved access. If you fancy a flutter that will benefit our village hall, please buy some tickets or simply make a donation at https://www.lambeagehall.org.uk/home