PERRANUTHNOE is a small village on the South Coast of Cornwall, just East of Marazion, there is a Car Park and sloping access to a safe sandy beach and the beachside Cabin Cafe. It has The Victoria a superb multi award winning pub, which serves super food both lunchtimes & evenings, - a Church dating back as far as 1160. The Lynfield Centre which houses The Cowhouse Gallery, Kernewek Ky, Professional dog grooming The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Saturday, 27 September 2014

We then went to the Perranuthnoe version of the "World's Biggest Coffee Morning" in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support - it was such a lovely morning that they had been able to put some tables outside in the sun, which was really nice.

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  1. Hope they raised lots of money ! I wasn't able to get to ours but did some baking and made a donation such a good cause. Enjoyed catching up again ! broadband down again ! the helpline said to visit their website! doh ! I did point out I wasn't able to do that !!!! What a wonderful day you had...,makes you realise how bad the storm damage was. Grey and a bit misty here so I shall continue to veiw your wonderful pictures ! thanks Sue macca

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    1. They raised £420 - really good for a little village like ours. So pleased that the weather was good - makes such a difference when we can sit outside as the hall is so tiny.
      The damage all along the coast of Mount's Bay was bad - a lot of that due to the sandy cliffs, which just can't cope with that kind of onslaught. We could do with more rock armour at the back of our beach - but no funds I assume !
      Hope your broadband is properly sorted, they are like a comedy script when you call them aren't they. Sue

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  2. What a fantastic amount! Up here we have a hill called Tinto. When climbing you are encouraged to carry a stone in your pocket and place it at the top to help raise the height to 749 meters, in a bid to make it taller than a rival hill on the other side of the River Clyde. Perhaps visitors to Perranuthnoe should be encouraged to do the same for the rock armoury? Bearing in mind that they've calculated that it will take 32,000 years to increase the height of Tinto!

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    1. Don't know what you've done to google, but they'd put two of your comments into the Spam folder he he ! Just found them !
      I think the good folk on the Tinto side of the Clyde are onto a bit of a loser there - but I suppose there's always hope.
      Think we need blooming big boulders for the rock armour - so I have a lovely mental picture of our visitors lugging them down the slope onto the beach !

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