The Rusty Bucket

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Sunday Night Sonshine


View from West Looe

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH 

BUT YOU CAN GET A FREE NIGHT OUT !

(and free parking - see bottom of page)

Photo first published on Looe Times facebook page

An exciting  Sunday evening initiative for Looe at St. Nicholas, West Looe Quay, PL13 2DU 

July 2nd: Rebekah Vyce - A voice blending subtle tones of soul, folk and pop from 7.00pm

August 6th: Speak Brother - heartfelt lyrical storytelling, driving melodies and passionate performance. Outdoor event in the Quayside shelter from 5.30pm.  

September 2nd: Chloe Reynolds -  trademark piano vocal style earning comparisons with Joni Mitchell and Alicia Keys. Outdoor event in the Quayside shelter from 5.30pm.  

We are so pleased to be able to use the iconic building that is St. Nicholas, West Looe Quay, PL13 2DU. The building is presently a church, but has a most interesting history

Sunday Night

October 1st: Bean Baker Band  will lead Sunday afternoon worship in the Quayside shelter as part of Looe Music Festival. Please see LMF programme for exact time, but should be around 12.45pm

December 2nd (SATURDAY, not Sunday) we welcome back Redruth based, Wayfarers  from 7.00pm

PARKING - PARKING - PARKING

From 6.00pm the large Millpool carpark is free to all. Park at the town end of the Millpool and follow the Riverside walk under Looe bridge to St. Nicholas - allow for an 8 minute stroll.
For those who prefer or need to be closer, there is the adjacent West Looe Quay car parking - pay and display.

Access: 

St Nicholas is via stone steps (8). There is no level access to this building. 

The Quayside Centre enjoys level access.