Come and Make a Splash in Looe at a Yellow Fish Parade
Meet 12 noon at the Rose Garden in Looe to join the Yellow Fish Parade. Or just follow the route of the Looe River to Sandplace by car, bus or train to arrive from 1 pm onwards for an afternoon of music, dance and storytelling. If you carry a yellow willow fish on the Looe Valley Line, your train fare will be refunded.
* Train departures: Liskeard 12.47 and Looe 13.19.
Sandplace is a request stop—so ask the guard on board to stop at the station.
Yellow Fish in the Looe Valley
Enjoy an entertaining afternoon in the beautiful Looe Valley in the company of YELLOW FISH! Find out how they and you can help to improve Looe’s Bathing Water. The Entertainment Programme runs from 1-4 pm at The Conservatory Tea Room, Polraen Country House, Sandplace, PL13 1PJ
Looe Uke Band ‘Highly Strung’ is encouraging those attending to bring a ukelele, whistle or tambourine to join in the fun.
A ‘Dance of the Sea’ will be performed by Sheila Brock’s Dancers.
Story telling with puppets by Mazed Tales will help to explain the role of the yellow fish through a fascinating tale involving vengeful mermaids, and slippery smugglers who must learn not to throw Fats, Oils and Greases down the sink.
The Conservatory Team Room will be serving:
*Light Lunches *Cream Teas *Assorted Cakes and Beverages **Fully Licensed Bar *Free Parking *Wheel Chair Access. Tel 01503 263956 Welcome drink courtesy of Cornish Orchards
As part of the Looe Bathing Waters Project, this free event is supported by East Looe Town Trust, Looe and Liskeard Town Councils, Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Looe Marine Conservation Group with additional support from Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership, Cornish Orchards and community groups. The event has been promoted to local schools, parishes, community organisations and children’s groups.