RNLI Fish Supper at Roselidden – Second Helpings

A big  thank you  to all those who came to the RNLI Fish Supper at Roselidden on the night of Saturday 7th October; we raised a phenomenal  £721 for the Lizard Lifeboat.

This would not have been possible without the sterling efforts of Taor Morris from Potluck Cornwall and John Strike who both helped organise and run the event, and without the generous contributions from suppliers.

We were unable to show all the films that we had prepared, so we are offering a second helping, in the form of a Film Night with Cheese & Wine on Friday 27th October at 8pm.

For £5, you will be offered a glass of wine and a selection from the cheeseboard, and be able to see ‘Empty Shoes’, a film about the 1981 Penlee Lifeboat Disaster, and some other amazing footage of lifeboat rescues.

John Strike will also show some of his original Victorian lantern slides of wrecks and rescues around the Cornish coast.

All proceeds will, once more, go to the Lizard Lifeboat.

It will be an informal affair, and last as long as the wine flows, so bring some friends for a thought provoking yet entertaining night out………..













Practical Details



Please let John Strike or Peter Hadfield know by Wednesday 25th October that you will be coming, so we can provide enough wine and chhese, then pay on the door.

Additional wine and beer will be available by the glass on the night.




Contact us

To reserve your place or for further information, you can contact one of us as follows;

Peter Hadfield on 01326 558748, peter@roselidden.co.uk

John Strike on 01326 574415, johnestrike@gmail.com



Roselidden Farm (TR13 0PT) is 1.5 miles NE of Helston, reached from the A394 or B3297 via Rowes Lane just west of Trevenen Bal.

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Please note that there is a new road layout at the southern end of Rowes Lane to accommodate the new housing development, Parc an Daras.


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Directions to Roselidden Farm Sep 17


Parking There is plenty of free parking on the grass in our seven acre field.