Friday, 26 June 2020

Perranuthnoe Car Park Update

As you may already be aware the car park is now open!

Unfortunately, after all the moaning about it being closed people are still parking around the village only now it is to avoid the parking fees. Parking outside peoples homes and along the road down in to the village is NOT ON and causes unnecessary congestion.

Please think twice before you leave your car parked where it shouldn't be parked. No one wants to be the cause of a nasty accident or, God forbid death due to roads being blocked by selfish parking. Our roads are not wide enough for this sort of behaviour. THINK, ambulances, fire engines, busses, delivery vehicles.

And a special note to the surfers, SLOW DOWN!

If this virus & lockdown has taught us anything surely it is to be more thoughtful about our actions and show more compassion for others?

Stay safe

Thursday, 25 June 2020

UPDATE: Jean Lake of Fairhavens

We would just like to say a big thank you as we now know the whereabouts of our Aunt Jean. 
Thank you all so much 😊
Terri & Andy

I wonder if anyone could help. I have been trying to contact my aunt Jean who lives at Fairhavens, Boat cove lane, Perranuthnoe.

My brother has tried phoning but had no reply. I would be very grateful for any news of her.

I can be contacted on my landline 01495 447498 or mobile 07833474979
Or you could also try Andy, his mobile number is 07775617383
If there are is no reply could you please leave a message.

Many thanks for your help

Terri & Andy Lake
(Aunt Jeans will know me as Theresa)

Monday, 22 June 2020

Perranuthnoe Car Park

There's been a lot of people asking when the car park will be open again.

The most up to date information we have is that the owners are waiting for Cornwall Council to do a risk assessment so that they can get the required insurance.

As soon as we know anymore we will let you all know.

Take care. Stay safe

Friday, 19 June 2020

Can You Help A Key Worker?

Mark Charlton is a specialist gardener at the new Trenow Fields permaculture project. 
Mark has been in temporary accommodation for the past month but needs to find a new place before that residence reopens for Air B&B business on 4th July. Mark is a non-smoker and works full time. Seeks low budget accommodation within striking distance of Perranuthnoe.