St Keverne band Chough at sunrise on Easter morning by James Thirlaway-Price Sunset taken by Vivien from Lloyds Lane
Slideshow photos above - click to enlarge

Welcome to our Lizard Lives website

This is a taste of our wonderful, unique village and what happens here. Please let us know what else is about and keep us updated with more information.

If you live in the village and have not received the new magazine through your door, then please let me (Sue) know – my details can be found in 'Contacts'.

Our monthly news magazine has lots of information, some fun items with a quiz page and interesting articles about the area and some of the people who live here.
And see some stories written during Lockdown by our budding young writers in the village …

The Year 5 No. 4 December 2020 - January 2021 Lizard Lives issue is now available here (added 26/11/20).

All contributions/adverts for Lizard Lives please email to: editor@lizard-lives.uk or drop into Chapel House. Sue: 290045.
Would you like an advert in Lizard Lives? £20 - full page; £10 - half page; £5 - quarter page; £2 - 3 lines.
Deadline - 20th of each month.

Landewednack Parish Council link
Parish Council Update and Vacancies - download pdf

The next Parish Council meeting will be on Thursday 10th December at 7.30pm. The Parish Council will continue to follow government guidance and is holding its meetings online via Zoom. Members of the public are invited to attend the meetings, and anyone wishing to do so should contact the Clerk via clerk@landewednackparishcouncil.org.uk in advance of the meeting to receive the joining instructions. Anyone joining the meeting is able to give comments or questions under the regular 'Public Participation' item, or can submit them in advance. Zoom also allows members of the public to join by telephone if they prefer. For copies of meeting agendas and previous minutes please visit www.landewednackparishcouncil.org.uk


Kingsgate Church, Helston
SUNDAY WORSHIP ON YOUTUBE @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am. Please join us on YouTube for our Sunday service.
Visit our website for the link to the service and join us as we lift the name of Jesus over our county!

The Witchball menu updated here 24/10/20.

Lizard Lockdown story competition

Winner of the middle age group: Jack
The judges loved the fishing references and how catching a pollack is better than a gold coin!
"Imaginative winner whose enjoyment of telling a story came through to the reader. Great idea. The development of Joe’s character hooks the reader in so that the Sea Dragon seems very real."

"Joe Walker and the Sea Dragon" pdf.

2nd prize went to Zevi
Judges said, "Zevi - Excellent and once again keeps to the brief of a short story which is difficult to write. Well structured and therefore holds the reader’s attention and is well written. A good ending. Drawings in beautiful colour. Best drawings in the competition."

"Big Blue" pdf.

Third place of the middle age group: Maisie
"This story has immediate pace and verve. Highly imaginative. Winnie, the dog, is an unusual heroine and the Firebird is an exotic creation which holds the attention. Well deserved place."

"The Case of the Missing Firebird" pdf.

Lockdown Competition winner of the oldest age group: 11-16 year-olds first prize to Anna.
She was judged to be a talented young writer!
"Her story stuck to the brief of a short story, which isn't easy, without curtailing it and told a tale which was very captivating and descriptive with a very good command of language."

“An Event on The Lizard” pdf.

This won the second prize for the Lockdown story competition for the oldest age group: 11-16.
Emma - "A budding crime writer has delivered a good but somewhat gruesome short story. Belle is well drawn and gets her just deserts so it has a moral message - Do as you would be done by."
Enjoyed by all the judges.

"The Bells Ring for Murder" pdf.

"The Time that Tarni Ran Away" pdf.

"Based presumably on a true event?? the writer captures vividly the anxiety of the family when Tarni disappears. Tarni is described well and the solution to her waywardness is neat."

Harold equal 3rd place of the top age group with Percy.

"Lucky Escape" pdf.

"A more factual take with very good reportage including newsworthy photographic evidence! The fate of the little calf grabs the reader and sighs of relief were taken at the end."

'Lucky Escape' - Very mature, documentary-style writing.

What is new on this site?

  • Photo added to the slideshow above, 29/11/20 - 'Sunset taken by Vivien from Lloyds Lane'
  • Magazine Year 5 No. 4 December 2020 - January 2021 issue - here added 26/11/20
  • Events updated - here 26/11/20
  • 'Local Business Directories' updated here 26/11/20
  • 'Where to eat and stay' updated here 26/11/20
  • Poster for NIHR added above - 16/11/20
  • Brownie update added 08/10/20 here
  • Pastoral Letter from Revd Deirdre added to messages 08/10/20
  • Landewednack School & Little Lizards Nursery report, plus supplementary information written by Liz Hill, here added 08/10/20
  • The Lizard RNLI Lifeboat Station and Lifeboat Visitor Centre reports here added 08/10/20
  • Parish Council update for October here - download pdf added 08/10/20
  • The Lizard Football and Social Club - Enjoy a fresh pint of Carlsberg! - see above 02/09/20
  • Kingsgate Church have updated details about their services - see above - added 02/09/20
  • Stories of the three winners of the middle age group of the Lockdown Competition added above 30/08/20
  • 'The Time that Tarni Ran Away' and 'Lucky Escape' equal 3rd place of the top age group - added above 21/08/20
  • 'The Bells Ring for Murder' - Second prize winner Emma - added above 17/08/20
  • 'An Event on The Lizard' - Lockdown Competition first winner of the oldest age group: 11-16 year-olds first prize to Anna - added above 15/08/20
  • New email address for Sue for anything to do with the Lizard Lives magazine: editor@lizard-lives.uk added 01/06/20
  • What's on page edited 21/03/20