Local Organisations and
Keverne Local History Society
The Local History society website
holds the archive of Canon Diggens
who was vicar in St Keverne at the
end of the 19th century.
The archive includes information on
Antiquities, Shipwrecks, Rebellions,
Ancient Customs, Superstitions,
Smuggling, The Old Manors of St -
Also on the site are Parish Records
of baptisms, marriages, burials and
census, some dating from 1580.
Included are tape recorded memories
of people who remembered the Mohegan
disaster in 1898 (mp3), the shipwreck of the Barque John, Old
Parish Photographs of St Keverne and
Coverack, Old Documents, Downloads,
Keverne Parish Churches
The Parish of St. Keverne with Coverack
encompasses a large part of the south east Lizard
peninsular. There are two Anglican churches in
the parish, St. Keverne, which dates from the
15th Century and St. Peter`s at Coverack, built
in the latter part of the 19th Century. The
parish is part of Kerrier deanery which is in the
Diocese of Truro, Cornwall. There are also two
Methodist churches at St. Keverne and Ponsongath.
This web site is mainly concerned with the
Anglican churches. Though there is a lot of inter
church activity. The churches of the parish cater
for a variety of styles of worship and spiritual
The St Keverne band is the most southerly band on
mainland Britain. The village of St Keverne has
maintained a band for over 100 years and
encouraged a large number of players to achieve
success at various levels of music making. The
band is totally self-financing and believe that
their efforts provide valuable opportunities for
all the people of the Lizard Peninsula.
The landscape of the parish is most varied,
ranging from the vast windswept expanse of
Goonhilly Downs which supports many rare heathers
and flowers, it is also home to the Earth
Satellite Station, to sheltered valleys leading
down to many beaches and coves. For Council Minutes
A registered charity organisation, staffed by
volunteers of St Keverne.
Available for public bookings and social events.
Seats up to 340 people.
One of the few Parish Halls with a Licenced
Contact the Secretary Virginia Malcom for more details
Keverne Short Mat Bowls Club
We are a small friendly club in the beautiful
historic village of St Keverne in Cornwall. We
welcome new members regardless of age or gender.
No experience necessary but please bring clean
flat soled shoes or slippers to wear on the mats.
League matches are played from October to March
for those who wish to participate.
We also play a number of "friendlies"
outside the season. Please contact the secretary
if you wish to arrange a match. We would also be
pleased to hear from visiting teams from "up
country" who wish to arrange a
"friendly". Alternatively visitors to
Cornwall might like to call in on club night for
a roll up. Anyone wishing to do so is advised to
contact the secretary Virginia Malcom at firstname.lastname@example.org
to check this does not conflict with a match.
The aim of this website is to provide useful
information to members of the Coverack village
community, and to the many visitors who choose to
spend time in Coverack. The website is run by a
small group living in the village, and working
for the community. Contact the webmaster at email@example.com for more details.
Lambeage Hall, Coverack
This is the official website for Lambeage Hall, Coverack. To find out what is happening
(and when) please phone Mr Jonathan Nias on 01326 280335.
The site also gives details of the history of the Lambeage and its development,
plus plans for the future.
West Cornwall Dowsers
West Cornwall Dowsers was started over 5 years
ago, divining in the Kerrier & Penwith areas.
Membership is of mixed ages and sexes, coming
from Truro, Falmouth, Redruth, down to St. Just
and Lamorna. Outings are never more that an
hour`s drive, Dowsers of all abilities are very
welcome to come and practice with other dowsers.
We`re a friendly bunch - but do not provide
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