LAMBEAGE HALL, COVERACK
WELCOME TO THE LAMBEAGE HALL
The 'Lambeage' is a beautiful plot of land overlooking Perprean Cove in Coverack, and was donated to the village by a local resident in 1922. It was built as a place of respite for the British Legion and has evolved into a vital community venue, a space for local clubs, village events, entertainment and social gatherings. The Battery is Coverack's only public green space, used for outdoor festivities, concerts, a children's playground and the summer fete. A wonderful place to visit and an ideal location for your next celebration!
Check out our Events page for details of what's on at Lambeage. You will find film nights, quizzes, exhibitions, afternoon teas and more!
The Lambeage Hall registered with One Lottery during Lockdown, as a way of diversifying fund raising, as all events at the hall were cancelled. All proceeds from our weekly lottery are supporting the improved access to the hall. If you fancy a flutter that will benefit our village hall, please buy some tickets or simply make a donation HERE
Read more about One Lottery on our EVENTS page.
Donations to support the Lambeage Hall are always greatly appreciated. All money raised is going to the renovations of the hall with Accessibility being the first main focus. Thank you for your support.
Drop cash or a cheque into the ‘Save Lambeage’ box at the Coverack village store. Please make cheques payable to Lambeage Hall and pledge Gift Aid if you are able.
Or online through our Virgin Giving page.