Summer News

There have been a few changes to Trust staff in the last few months Jane Day is now in place as Trust Manager and she has been joined by Nina Bond as Office Administrator.  Our maintenance team of Antony and Billy have been joined for the summer, by Sim Daley.  You will often see them out and about, not only looking after the beach, seafront and Wooldown areas but also doing essential maintenance on our historic buildings such as the Guildhall and the Museum.

Our beautiful, multi award-winning museum is open until November.  Due to the hard work and dedication of our volunteers, our museum was one of five Cornish museums to benefit from a successful bid to the Coastal Communities Fund to use virtual and augmented reality technology to take visitors on a compelling immersive and interactive journey to the past.

We are hoping that visitors and locals will have the time and suitable weather to enjoy our wonderful beach.  The team work hard to maintain the beach and would ask that you use the suitable bins including the cages for larger bulky items.  The Trust work closely with other agencies with regard to water quality and conserving our environment and hope that you will all help keep our beach litter-free.  With help from Looe in Bloom we are now working on improvements to the appearance of the Rose Garden.  For further details on our projects and work within the town, please visit our website -  www.eastlooetowntrust.co.uk  

We look forward to supporting many local events, of which Looe Carnival Week is one of them - with activities starting on 29th July, with the sand modelling competition on the beach on Wednesday 31st July and of course the Grand Carnival Procession on Saturday 3rd August.

 

From the Chairman and Trustees

19th July 2019

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