Coverack Lunch Club


The Coverack Lunch Club is for local people who live alone and would benefit from the company of others over a meal. We meet at St. Peter's Hall, Coverack, every other Wednesday during the school term. We do not meet in December, June, July or August. Members arrive at noon and finish about 1.45pm.

New Members and Helpers are welcome to join.  Please contact Mrs Joan Kearsley on 01326 280337 if you wish to join, or know of someone who might be interested.
If you cannot attend, please inform Mrs Chris Lewis on 01326 280291 by the Monday, prior to the lunch on the Wednesday.

Coverack Lunch Club Celebrates 25 Years

Team of helpers

Lunch Club members were treated to a buffet lunch on Wednesday 21st January at St Peter's Hall Coverack. Above you can see the team of helpers who were able to eat with the rest of the members on this special occasion. The lunch club has been meeting fortnightly for 25 years, for eight months of each year.

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Here is a group of original members.

Original members

Most of those standing are original members who first enjoyed the pleasures of the Coverack Lunch Club 25 years ago.


A Tray of Sweet Delights

Sweet Delights

This tempting tray was made by Julia Bates
to celebrate the 25 years of the lunch club.

Five helpers celebrate

Five helpers


Table by the Window

window table

Joan giving thanks

Joan gives thanks

The Buffet Ready to Eat 2015

the buffet

More Members January 2015

More Members

Looking Towards the Kitchen 2015

Looking towards the kitchen

The team ready to serve in 2011

Lunchclub team

Back again after the re-opening
11th November 2011

Parking area

Margaret Parkes parks

Margaret Parkes parks here!
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Celebrating on 30th May 2012


To all Members, Helpers and prospective Helpers. All Wecome.

The annual get together of Helpers will meet in St. Peter's Hall on Wednesday 10th September at 1000. Please come if you can to see a Defibrillator demonstration by Vanessa Millar who has trained 50 people already this summer.

Vanessa is well qualified, having been a Paramedic and a trainer in London. We are privileged to have such expertise in our community. Therefore this annual meeting and coffee is open to helpers and member to give as many as possible the opportunity of seeing what it is all about.

It is not essential to do the training in order to use the Defibrillator but as Dan Beadle commented after doing the training "I wouldn't know where to start if I had not had any training and it would take time to start reading the instructions when I could be on my way to help a casualty."

Sheila Dixon is working to collect recipes used, and eventually to make them available.

Telephone numbers
updated September 2017