Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Key Found

Key found by Perranuthnoe Church Room please call Dave Ellis 01736 711248

Sunday, 16 October 2016

Charity Fun Quiz

Wednesday 19th October
Victoria Inn - Perranuthnoe
8.00 pm start - £2.00 per person - Maximum of 6 per team
Complementary snacks will be provided
Winning team gets to nominate the charity for the prize money!
All Welcome!

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Worls Biggest Coffee Morning

Come along to the world’s biggest coffee morning for Macmillan
To be held in Perranuthnoe Church Room
Saturday 8th October 10 am – 12 noon
Please come along and join us for coffee and cake – all welcome
If you are able to bake a cake, or donate a raffle prize, if would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Do You Love Our Village Christmas Tree Evening?

Do you wonder how it miraculously gets done each year?  

Do you think it could be done differently?

Would you like to be involved and give something back!!!!!  

The evening has traditionally been organised by residents of the village. Those who have made the evening possible have done so for many years and they need help. From time to time there needs to be a change with fresh volunteers and new input. This helps with keeping this traditional, heart warming event going. We all know the children love it and it's part of what makes Christmas special!

Please come to a meeting on wednesday 14th September at 7.30 pm in the Church Room to offer your assistance in deciding the way forward. It would only consist of probably 2 meetings a year but you would be expected to undertake a job or two.

Monday, 8 August 2016

Can Anyone Use These - Free

We are having a clear-out as we are moving. If there is anyone who can use these we are offering them free. (Taker collects and dismantles where necessary)

Ping Pong Table

Ping Pong Table Folded
Skate 'grind' Box
Pool Table

If interested please contact Pippa or David on 07812 653348

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Perranuthnoe Potsherds

Just a quick one to let you know we have an new update on the History pages. It's a great piece submitted by local, Jean Douglas-Wood about the broken pottery/ceramic pieces found in the fields around Perranuthnoe. Very interesting and informative.

You can read it here: http://perranuthnoe-history.blogspot.co.uk/p/potsherd.html