Past Events is a new page on the Lanreath website, intended to record some recent events that took place in Lanreath and area.
Olympic torch comes to Liskeard 2012
81-year old Francis Johnson from Launceston, a former District Nurse and Midwife, had the honour of carrying the Olympic Torch the length of The Parade, Liskeard - many Lanreath residents were in the crowd
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Celebration 2012
Ringing of the Church bells starts the party.
Photos by Tony Latham
Thanks to Chris Deakin for supplying the photographs below - montage by Tony
May Day 2012
Video Clips from the Lanreath Film and Recording Studio
Video of Samba Unite Singing: Camborne Hill
Video of Samba Unite Singing and Playing: Chitty-chitty Bang-bang
Video of Samba Unite Playing: Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines
(Samba Unite is funded by FEAST - Arts Council)
Raising Funds for May Day 2013 2012
Raising funds for May Day 2013
The table top sale of 2nd February raised £140
Presentation of cheques by the Amenities Group to local organisations at the Music in the Field Evening
Henry Hayward presenting cheques on behalf of the Amenities Group
Live Nativity 2012
Photographs from the Live Nativity in Lanreath - December 18th 2012
Installation and Licensing of Marilyn Elliott 2012
On Friday 1st February, Marilyn Elliott was installed and licensed by the Bishop Tim of Truro as the Priest-in-Charge of Lanreath and Pelynt churches. At the same service, Louise Courtney was installed and licensed as the Curate of Lanreath and Pelynt. Marilyn also became the Curate to Louise for the churches of Bodinnick, Polruan, Lansallos, Lanteglos and Talland. Bishop Tim said, this sharing of duties and co-operation was becoming more the norm in Anglican churches.
On behalf of all the residents of Lanreath, we wish Marilyn and Louise a happy stay.
Bishop Tim in St. Marnarch's Church, Lanreath. 25th November 2012.
Opening of Porfell Maasai Village
Opening of the Porfell Maasai Village in July 2010 by Nick Baker - Presenter of Tvs Weird Creatures