Thursday, 29 December 2016

Variety Of Household Items For Sale

As we will no longer be holiday letting The Dubban and in preparation for renovations we have furniture and a variety of household items for sale.

4 Single bed frames,
6ft bed frame,
Mattresses for above if wanted
2 wardrobes,
4 bedside tables,
2 chest of drawers,
Dining table and  8 chairs,
2 sideboards,
2 fridges, washer,
Gas cooker,
Conservatory furniture.
High chair
Pine chairs
Wicker chairs
Large sofa bed
Large amount of matching crockery – ideal for holiday home of small B&B

For further information please call Alison 01736 710264 Mobile 07742223644

Friday, 16 December 2016

Pink Granite Cider Trough

Hello everyone, as most of you know by now we are moving to Exmoor. We are taking the cows with us - they are currently on an extended holiday at Pendeen. The family that are moving in are French with two little girls. Their English is excellent. For the first couple of years the cottage will be a holiday home whilst M. Chevalier finishes his training as a Chiropractor, (he was an air line pilot).  Once qualified they will live here permanently. At least that's the plan at the moment.

Meanwhile we are busy packing up. The Chevaliers don't want our granite cider trough so its up for sale. Its 38 inches in diameter- we have used it as a big bird bath (placed with a slight slope backwards to hold water) or trigged up on some rings of wood to make a coffee table. Or start your own cider production!

Anyway, its currently on a pallet ready for moving. If it is bought within the village we will make a donation to the church room funds. Looking for about £450 but quite happy to haggle. That's what was paid at Lodge and Thomas many years ago - so it will go back there if not sold.

Phone Nick or Karen on 711875 if interested. Thanks

Monday, 5 December 2016

Perranuthnoe Christmas Tree

Volunteers are needed to help put up the tree on
Saturday 10th December at 9am.
For further information telephone Yvonne on 710070
On the evening itself
The Cabin will be serving Christmas Fayre between 4.30 - 6.30
The Peppercorn will be serving hot soup between 4.30 - 6.30.
The tree will be lit at 7pm followed by the arrival of Father Christmas
For further information please call Yvonne on 710070

Monday, 14 November 2016

Perranuthnoe Calandar 2017

Perranuthnoe Calendars 2017 are now available here in Perranuthnoe at The Cabin Beach Cafe and The Victoria Inn at a cost of £7.00.

Fund. If you would like one to be posted to you then the cost will be £8.27 including envelope & postage. Message me and I can give you the PayPal address - will need you to send me the postal address for the calendar email me on
The postage has now been reduced as the new envelopes I've just received are slightly lighter - result!

Not as many calendars available as previous years so when they're gone they're gone and this will be the last year they are available as it's getting increasingly difficult and more expensive.

All profits go to the Perranuthnoe Christmas

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Christmas Tree Evening

A new Group have now been formed to organize the Christmas Tree evening.
For any information please contact:
 Mrs Yvonne Groves PZ 710070 or Mrs Diane Hutchinson PZ 711523.
Further information about the evening will be posted in the near future.

Monday, 24 October 2016

Charity ‘fun’ pub Quiz at the Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe

The next two Quizzes at the Victoria Inn will be held on
Wednesday 2nd November and Wednesday 16th November at 8.00 pm
Maximum of 6 per team please – Entry fee £2.00 per person (to include complementary snacks)
Winning team gets to nominate the charity to receive the prize money!
All welcome.

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:

Monday, 4 July 2016

Number 3, St Piran’s Cottages

Due to a last minute cancellation, we have 2 weeks available from 23rd July 2016

Our self-catering cottage is located in the heart of Perranuthnoe and sleeps 5, bedroom 1 - with a double bed and bedroom 2 - with 3 full sized single beds, all bed linen provided.

Dining kitchen with washer/dryer, dishwasher, and large fridge/freezer.

Comfortable lounge with t.v. and DVD player – shared front and rear garden, car parking for 1 car

£500 per week – for further details contact Mrs Jane Gresswell

Monday, 27 June 2016

Perranuthnoe Film Night

Thursday 30th June at 7pm in the Church Room
(Refreshments at the interval)

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Unattended Tent

Can anybody help with information?

There is an unattended tent erected just off of the footpath in our newly seeded front field - they have already damaged the grass with a fire. Has anybody seen the occupants. Does anybody know the phone number for the community police officer?

Thanks Christine

Sunday, 12 June 2016

MISSING: Can you help?

Two kayak wheel trolleys have gone missing from Perranuthnoe beach yesterday. They were on the top of the rocks on the right hand side as you come down the slip. They were there from about 10am on Saturday 11 June but were gone when the owners returned around 5.30 - 6pm

It is understood from people on the beach that some children were playing with them.

If anyone has any information at all please could you leave a comment or contact us through Facebook, Twitter, Perranuthnoe Website or telephone 01736 710565.

Alternatively, if someone has taken them they can be easily returned and left outside The Old Chapel, Perranuthnoe anonymously.

Please share this so that we can try and recover these two trolleys to their owner.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Thoughts On The Roads In Perranuthnoe‏

Dear all,

Your Parish Council is still trying to get something done about problem parking in our village.

Some years ago, a scheme requiring double yellow lines throughout the village and along the access road was proposed, but it met with opposition from some businesses and some residents. Because there was no consensus, the scheme could not go forward.

The option of having double yellow lines still divides opinion, so we are trying to find some possible alternatives.

As an alternative start point for a scheme, how about at least designating some "no parking allowed" passing places on the village access road and some no parking areas at key "pinch points" in the village?

Or, does anyone have any other ideas or suggestions?

Could residents please email me at with ideas. I'd appreciate inputs by June 15th, so that I can collate everything and communicate back to you on options.

In particular, if we go ahead with the suggested alternative, please help identify where passing places should be and where the key "pinch points" are within our village.

Your inputs will help me to go back to the PC with a concrete proposal as an alternative to blanket yellow lines.

If residents wish to form a committee on this topic, then I can facilitate this as well.

Thanks for your time,
Theresa Strawson

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

UPDATE: Strawberry Tea Event

We would like to thank everyone for supporting this event.

It was a great day on Saturday and despite the weather we had a great event, raising £232.10 for the church and £100.05 for our charity, Christian Mission Society.

Monday, 14 March 2016

Charity Pub Quiz at the Victoria Inn

Wednesday 16th March – 8.00 pm start
Entry £2.00 per person – maximum 6 per team please!
All proceeds are donated to the charity nominated by the winning team!
Complementary nibbles are provided at half time – tables are available for dinner prior to the quiz –  book early to avoid disappointment!
All Welcome!
The last quiz on 2nd March raised £36 for the English Springer Spaniel Welfare Trust

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Queens 90th Birthday Celebrations‏

The Queen will be celebrating her 90th birthday this year and street parties will be held across the Nation on June 12th

A meeting will be held in Perranuthnoe Church Room on Saturday 12th March at 2.30 pm to discuss the possibility of hosting our own village celebrations.  If you have any ideas/suggestions and are willing to help with the planning and organisation, it would be lovely to see you there.  If you are unable to attend, but are willing to help, or have any ideas, please email me at

Thank you


Monday, 15 February 2016

Charity Pub Quiz at the Victoria Inn

Wednesday 17th February – 8.00 pm
Entry £2 per person – Maximum of 6 per team please
All proceeds donated to the charity nominated by the winning team – 3rd February’s quiz monies, £46, were donated to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Complementary nibbles are provided at ‘half time’
Tables for dinner at The Victoria Inn are available if you wish to dine before the quiz
Dine in style menu available, 2 courses for £15, 3 courses for £20
 (booking essential – please mention offer when reserving your table)
All welcome!

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Street Party To Celebrate The Queen’s 90th Birthday

The Queen will be celebrating her 90th birthday this year and street parties will be held across the nation on June 12th.  It would be lovely for Perranuthnoe to join in with the celebrations and host our own street party. 
Now would be the ideal time to start planning so if we would like to host our own event, we would need a team of volunteers to come forward and someone to ‘spear head’ the plans.  If enough people are interested we could perhaps organise a get together to discuss further.
If you are interested, or know of others who would be interested, please leave a comment below or on our Facebook page or drop me an email,
Thank you

Monday, 8 February 2016

Parish Council Open Day

The Parish Council has arranged an open day on Thursday 18th February between 3pm and 7pm at St Piran’s Hall for residents to drop in meet their local Parish and Cornwall Councillors, learn more about the potential benefits of a Neighbourhood Plan for our area and express your views on priorities.

We have distributed posters in Goldsithney, Perranuthnoe and Rosudgeon and are keen to get as many residents along as possible.

As you will have read in my previous email Perranuthnoe Parish Council has been working with Cornwall Council on this issue and following the general support of residents in a community survey we are now proposing to develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the Parish which includes Goldsithney, Perran Downs, Perranuthnoe and (most of) Rosudgeon.

The advantage of an agreed Neighbourhood Plan is that it can potentially give the community more influence over the size and type of any development proposed within the Parish whether it is housing or commercial as well as an opportunity to prioritise and protect local amenities and open space.

Please spare some time to drop into St Piran's Hall on Thursday 18th February between 3pm and 7pm to learn about the plan and express your views.

We look forward to seeing you.

Perranuthnoe Parish Council

Monday, 25 January 2016

Charity Pub Quiz

Charity Pub Quiz at the Victoria Inn
Wednesday 3rd February – 8.00 pm
Entry £2 per person – Maximum of 6 per team please
All proceeds donated to the charity nominated by the winning team – 20th January’s quiz monies, £86, were donated to Cancer Research UK
Complementary nibbles are provided at ‘half time’
Tables for dinner are available if you wish to dine before the quiz – Dine in style menu available, 2 courses for £15, 3 courses for £20 (booking essential – please mention offer when reserving your table)
All welcome!

Monday, 18 January 2016

Update On Trenow Quarry Footpath

Hello Perranuthnoe,

Some of you may remember filling in footpath forms a few years back, to get the footpath reopened up through the quarry gate at Trenow. I thought it about time you had an update.

It is still lodged with the County Council and has now moved up to 21 out of 151 applications. They did say it would take a while but it looks like we may get to the top of the list in the next 18 months or so. You needed 20 applications spanning the 20 years prior to the gate being locked. In the end I had 38 applications spanning 96 years, so we will get there.

Some of you may have heard rumours that I am moving. I am selling the smaller meadows to buy bigger fields to put the cows in. I will certainly be seeing the application through to its conclusion.

Happy new year to you all Karen

Original Quarry Footpath post can be found here:

Monday, 11 January 2016

Charity Pub Quiz

There will be a Charity Pub Quiz at the Victoria Inn on Wednesday
20th January – 8.00 pm

Entry £2 per person – Maximum of 6 per team please

All proceeds donated to the charity nominated by the winning team – 6th January’s quiz monies were donated to the Alzheimer’s Society!

Complementary nibbles are provided at ‘half time’

Tables for dinner are available if you wish to dine before the quiz – Dine in style menu available, 2 courses for £15, 3 courses for £20

All welcome!