Coverack June 2022 Update

What’s On in Coverack in June 2022

We would like to thank all those people who are continuing to keep our little village and its occupants as wonderful and 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 supports Coverack Space 2000’s events, and to all those who volunteer for us. Without your support, we wouldn’t be able to run popular community events or offer financial support for additional activities at Coverack School.

Essential services in Coverack:
Coverack Village Stores:
The team at Coverack Village Stores is working hard keeping everyone supplied with essentials and much more, open 7 days a week.
Post Office services in Coverack are Monday and Thursday from 14:00 – 16:00 in St Peter’s Hall.  

Coverack Jubilee Celebrations:

The whole community has worked together to put together a fantastic program of events scheduled for 2nd-5th June. For more details of individual events, see below. Additionally, a Jubilee Photo Display will be in Brenda’s Shop all weekend, and a Flower Display will be at St Peter’s Church all weekend, 10:00-17:00.


Fri 27th May – Mon 13th June. Cornish Pisky Pal’s Jubilee Pisky Trail. 4pm finish. Buy your Pisky Trail for £2.50 from Coverack Village Stores or The Old Mill Shop and follow the directions to find all the hiding piskies! Leave the piskies where they are and write down their names, in the correct order, to spell out the mystery Pisky phrase! Enjoy exploring a Jubilee decorated Coverack! Returned Pisky Trails are entered into the prize draw to win a Cornish Pisky Pal!

Thurs 2nd June Jubilee Celebrations

Coverack Historic Display. 11:00-17:00, Fisherman’s Rest. Part of the Jubilee celebrations.

School’s Queen’s Jubilee Project, Art Exhibition and Writing Project. 12:00-16:00, St Peter’s Hall. Part of the Jubilee celebrations.

Royal-themed Sandcastle Competition. Coverack Beach. Register from 13:00, judging from 15:00. Part of the Jubilee celebrations.

Jubilee Film Night. Free films at the Lambeage Hall: Born of The Sea & other short local films.

Fri 3rd June Jubilee Celebrations

Competitions & Flower Display in St Peter’s Hall. Puddings to St Peter’s Hall 09:00-11:00. St Peter’s Hall is open to the public from 12:00-16:00.

Music with RUE and BBQ on the Bay Hotel Lawn. Free admittance from 12:30, with BBQ, bar, and ice cream. From 14:00, singer, guitarist, and songwriter ‘RUE’ will be performing live music.

Beach Volleyball and Tug of War. 15:00 on Mill Beach. Part of the Jubilee celebrations.

Sat 4th June Jubilee Celebrations

Parade of Boats. Saturday, 10:00. For Coverack Boats.

Displays in St Peter’s Hall are open to the public. 10:00-16:00. Part of the Jubilee celebrations.

Queen’s Pageant. Entrants of all ages to congregate on the Bay Hotel Lawn at 13:00. Parade to the Fisherman’s Rest at 14:00.

Street Party and Prize Givings. 15:00, Coverack Harbour – bring your own food & drinks, or takeaway available from local businesses. Patrick the Busker live on the harbour from 16:00-18:00. Accidental Hero performing 18:00 – 20:00

Sun 5th June Jubilee Celebrations

‘The Finale’.  Dress code for the day: red, white & blue.

Church Service, Commemorative Tree Planting and Cake Cutting. 14:00 on The Battery. Church service with Rev. John Ough and recorded music from Falmouth Gospel Choir, followed by Commemorative Tree Planting & Cake Cutting by Dr Ian Wort & the Royal Pageant.

Sports on The Battery from 15.30. Bring your own picnic. The bar at the Lambeage Hall open.

Sports Prize Giving and Closing Ceremony, from 17:00. Prize giving by Pageant Queen and Queen’s Consort.

Sun 12th Explore Coverack with a history, geology and wildlife walk with Dan Beadle. Sun 12th June. Meet at the bottom of North Corner Car Park at 10am. 

Tues 14th Coverack Film Night. Lambeage Hall, 7 for 7.30pm. Death on the Nile (12A). Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot’s Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer turns into a terrifying search for a murderer when a picture-perfect couple’s idyllic honeymoon is tragically cut short. Set against an epic landscape of sweeping desert vistas and the majestic Giza pyramids, this tale of unbridled passion and incapacitating jealousy features a cosmopolitan group of impeccably dressed travellers, and enough wicked twists and turns to leave audiences guessing until the final, shocking denouement.

Tickets are £5 on the door or click to book online in advance. Doors and bar open at 7pm. Film starts 7.30pm

Thurs 16th  Wild Flower Walk – Grade Ruan, Poltesco, Carleon Cove and Cadgwith 1.30pm to 4.30pm with Peter Wood. Meet at Grade Ruan Car Park. Grid ref. 

SW71941526. Post code TR12 7LF. Donations for CS2000.

Wed 1st , 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th  Quiz Night at The Paris. 8pm. Come and test your brain power!

The Church notices

Sunday 5th Outdoor Jubilee Service on the Battery at 14:00.  Recorded Music from the Falmouth Gospel Choir & a short Service led by Rev John Ough.

Saturday 25th – St Peter’s Patronal weekend Concert by the Pentyre Singers, from 7.30pm.

St Peter’s Church Services

12th – Morning Worship at 09:30

19th – Holy Communion at 09:30

26th – Holy Communion at 09:30

St. Peter’s Church Hall Activities

Table Tennis: Teenage Table Tennis Thursdays 1900 – 2100 at St Peter’s Hall. 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th June. Contact Mike Britton 0788523 8120

Adult Table Tennis: Tuesdays 1400 – 1530 at St. Peter’s Hall 

7th, 14th, 21st and 28th June. Contact Joan Kearsley 280337

Little Fishes: (Toddlers) Thursdays 1000 -1200 at St. Peter’s Hall

9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th June. Contact Vikkie Jenking or Joan Kearsley 280337

Sue Lewington Art Courses in 2022

Watercolour with Sue Lewington:  Sept 23rd-25th Aimed at developing your personal skills and techniques with watercolour paint.
Art, Books and Journals with Sue Lewington: Sept 30th – Oct 2nd Exploring making and using personal sketch books and journals.

All courses are suitable for both beginners and more experienced artist. The courses run from a Friday through to Sunday and allow for much individual time with Sue (approx. 10 people on each course)           
£210 for a 3 day course (including lunches and home-made cake!)
All profits from this course go back to the community group CS2000, so we can continue to run more events and support Coverack.
For more information, brochure and booking form visit our website or email: Gift Vouchers available

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 2022 booklet is in circulation and is delivered to every household in Coverack. Please consider donating to CS2000 if you appreciate receiving this booklet, either through a collection pot in The Old Mill Shop or 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

To check on events or information about Coverack, visit Coverack Village Community on Facebook and Instagram or visit our website please like, share and support!
If you would like to receive a monthly email update of ‘What’s On In Coverack’, then please email to be added to the list.

Lambeage Hall: Please find the most recent newsletter and updates on planned events on their website: 

Lambeage Lottery All proceeds from our weekly lottery are dedicated to hall improvements. Each and every week, one of our own punters wins a cash prize as well as having a punt at the £25,000 jackpot. Minimum purchase is 5 weeks of £1 tickets. Here’s the link; please support our village hall: