Saturday, 15 December 2018

Looking To Buy Our First Home

My fiance and I are looking to buy our first home. Perranuthnoe is one of our favourite places where we walk and surf often. Our budget is £230.000 and we are looking for somewhere with a garden so we can grow organic veg.

Contact by email is best as we do not get a very good reception where we are now but if you do want to call instead please leave a message and we will get back to you.

Best wishes, Devin and Anna.
Mob: 07866780600

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Bill Gammer RIP

I have been asked by Christine, to pass on the sad news that Bill (Gammer) passed away peacefully on Sunday evening 25th November. The funeral will be held at St Piran and St Michael’s Church, Perranuthnoe, on Friday 14th December at 10.30 am, afterwards at the Victoria Inn. No flowers please, donations, should you wish, to Cornwall Hospice Care.

Christine would like all neighbours, friends and the community of Perranuthnoe to feel welcome to attend and to join her and the family at the Victoria Inn afterwards, in a celebration of Bill’s life!


Friday, 23 November 2018

Public Consultation

The Parish Council is working on a draft Neighbourhood Plan. A Neighbourhood Plan is designed to give communities more control over the type, location, size, pace and design of development in their area. When it is complete, the Neighbourhood Plan will be voted upon by all Parishioners.  If it is passed, it will be used by the Parish Council and Cornwall Council when considering development in the Parish.  A Neighbourhood Plan gives us all a chance to input into the future of our lovely Parish.  As part of the plan drafting process, we are working on a "Landscape Character Assessment" document and, as a vital part of this, we would like to gather your views on what you value particularly in our Parish - be it a place, a memory, a view, etc.  If you can make it to St Piran's Hall this Saturday, you can give us your input in person as we will have a table at the Christmas Fair which is running from 1pm - 4pm. If you cannot make the Fair, then please email your views to us at:  

We will be posting the current draft of the Landscape Character Assessment on the Parish Council website so that you can review the full document.  It has one chapter missing - your views - so please do get in contact and help us to complete that section.

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Long-term Let Wanted

Lovely family looking for long-term let in the village or nearby. A three-bed, unfurnished and spacious property, ideally with a garden, would be perfect. We don't have pets. Currently living at the Doll's House. Please contact Kari at

Monday, 3 September 2018

Where in Perranuthnoe

I've had an email (see below) through the village website and was wondering if anyone knows where this place is?


This is a bit of a long shot but wondered if you can help me please? In 1975/6 my family came to stay for a lovely holiday in Perranuthnoe which I have never forgotten. I was only about 4 or 5 years old and vividly remember watching the sunsets from our cottage's bedroom window over St. Michael's Mount.

All I remember of where we stayed was that it was a Chaplain's or Priest's house and I believe it was remotely situated as I don't recall there being any neighbours. I remember walking down the hill each morning to purchase fresh milk from the Farm.

My question is whether this makes any sense and if you would be able to pin-point on a map or provide a postcode or details where this cottage may have been or still is? I would love to return and watch the sunsets again. Thanks

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Perranuthnoe Photography Club meeting dates

The next meeting dates are: 

Monday 10th September, 1st October, 22nd October, 12th November and 3rd December, 
7pm - 9pm at the Church Room, Perranuthnoe.

Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Updated: Afternoon Tea


Would anyone be able to donate a cake for our cake stall, or a raffle prize, or donation of produce from your garden, or even a bunch of flowers, anything would be much appreciated!

Monday, 9 July 2018

Parking In The Village

A meeting has been arrange to put together a final proposal for parking in the village.

Monday 16th July at 7pm
Church Room

Come along and have your say.

Friday, 22 June 2018

Cottage Available During School Holidays

Kernyk Cottage has three weeks available during the school holidays.

The available weeks are: 21st July 2018, 28th July 2018 and 11th August 2018.

The cottage sleeps three (1 king size bed and 1 single bed) and a "no pets" and "no smoking" policy.

Contact number 01736 601343

Full details can be found here: Kernyk Cottage

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Perranuthnoe Photography Club

The next meeting dates are Monday April 30th, May 21st, June 11th and July 2nd (then it's the summer break), 7pm - 9pm at the Church Room, Perranuthnoe.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Lent Lunch

CHICKS - Cornwall Holidays for Inner City Kids at their centre in St Austell, which our rector Nigel stopped to visit when he passed during his pilgrimage walk through Cornwall. This centre provides holidays for children from cities and towns, including Penzance.
Also, Graham and Natalie Thomas who ran the Alive childrens' group in St. Piran's Hall, now working alongside Pastor Abraham who, having built a school in a poor area of Cambodia, now provides lunches for around 200 children and also Colin & Audrey Gibson working for the Christian Mission Society whom we sponsor with their work helping refugees in the Lebanon. We will be welcoming Colin and Audrey here in the summer to talk about their work.

The lunches are held in the Church Room on Thursdays between 12 and 2. Suggested donation is £5 for fresh homemade soup and bread, coffee and cake. All most welcome to come along.

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Malicious Vandalism

Sadly there was some malicious vandalism over the festive period to the little stone figure which is part of the new wall built at Sea Green opposite the cemetery gates.

Alistair was shocked and saddened to see it on returning from being away visiting family at Christmas. He said, it looks as though someone has beaten the stone figure with a stick. He thought at first maybe kids were playing with stones, but that’s not characteristic of dear Perran and there are no ricochet stone marks.

He just can’t understand why it happened and wondered if anyone knows anything as well as wanting to bring it to people's attention in case it happens elsewhere again.

It has been reported the police.

If anyone knows anything please feel free to make contact.