‘The Lambeage’ is a beautiful plot of land by the sea 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, a children’s playground and the Summer Fete.

Rod Pierce and the team are calling for donations from our community – residents, visitors and businesses – to help to save the Lambeage Hall for future generations. 

Check out our Newsletter and Events and Activities pages for details of our up-coming events – film nights, shows, quizzes, afternoon teas and more!

For more information please click here, or to make a donation please visit our My Donate page -   Visit our charity page on BT MyDonate


A summertime BBQ on the Lambeage



Website lambeage hall and swings April 2013

The Lambeage, swings and new steps – April 2013


Things that happen here: Fêtes, Fashion Shows, Zumba displays, Ju-Jitsu, Art Club, RNLI and Coastwatch days, Carn-to-Cove Live performances, Horticultural Shows, PTFA events, Coverack school events, Manacle Voices choir, Parish Council meetings, Fund raising events,Regular films shows and lots more……read on through our website to find out more !



Have a look at our current facilities!

 The Lambeage Hall is a Registered Charity – Number 207905