Tremeer Home Improvements

01208 851182

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Rivendell, Tremeer Lane, PL30 3NF

"Tremeer Home Improvements - Recent Projects"

"Tremeer HI at Old Chapel"

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"Tremeer HI at Willows"

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"Tremeer HI at Penvose"

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"Guinea Port - Inside Outside"

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"Old Station - New Space"
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"Old Chapel - New Space"
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"Summer Style"

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Team "Tremeer Home Improvements"

Trefeock Cottage - Refurbished Granite Conservatory

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Tremeer Home Improvements - "Back Catalogue"


Pete's "Perfect Weekend"

Peter Lobb was born and brought up in St Tudy. He is 49 and married to Julie, nee Bishop. They have a son Tom currently touring Western Australia and a daughter Kerrie who loves her job at the Oyster Catcher in Polzeath. Pete is a keen sportsman who historically played football in the local league. He has always maintained a rigorous fitness regime. He takes a broad interest in all aspects of contemporary life and can be counted on to have a considered point of view that he is generally ready to share if invited. He takes a great deal of pride in all the work he undertakes as owner of home improvements company Tremeer Conservatories. He is always in demand, so book early if you are looking for a true craftsman!

A perfect weekend would probably start with an early finish around Friday lunchtime. Julie would have returned home from her busy role at St Tudy Primary Academy and would already be loading up our motorhome with all my favourite foods, a bottle of wine or two and some cracking bottle conditioned beers. A quick wash and brush up and we’re on our way heading for St Ives. We park up with a view of the sea and within hearing distance of the breaking waves and circling gulls. Then it’s into town to find one of our favourite pubs for supper. If there is a band playing later that would be all well and good. We heard “Joker” and “High Voltage” a few weeks ago at the Lifeboat on the edge of the harbour. A slow walk back through the narrow streets, under the moonlight would be followed by an easy shift into deep dreamy sleep.

Saturday morning arrives all too soon. I’ll be checking out the sea whilst making Ju a cup of tea. In good time we make our way back into town for a sizeable breakfast. Soon afterwards we head out of town along the coast path for a bracing walk, breathing in the fresh Atlantic air and enjoying the sights. Since the sun is in the sky and there’s not a single cloud in sight we’ll spend the rest of the day on Porth Meor beach. Ju will be sunbathing, enjoying her latest read and dropping into the sea from time to time. I’ll be surfing, snorkeling and paddling in the tall straight waves. As the sun goes down we make our way to “The Balcony” for a sundowner and to watch the boats, perhaps dreaming of the Sunseeker I will one day own. It’s on to the Seafood café for fine dining, perhaps sea bream if it’s in season.

Sunday we’ll rise quite early and drive along the coast to meet Tom and Kerrie at Sennen. A full day of coast, beach and sea activities will only be punctuated by a light picnic lunch. The afternoon will find us meandering along the coast path to Landsend keeping a watchful eye open for any big ships on the horizon. As we approach Sennen the sun is beginning to set seeming to fill the sky with fire. Once dark we head for home already looking forward to the traditional Sunday evening’s gathering of the extended family, Mum and Dad, my sister Julie and her boys Sam, Max and Harry. It’s roast chicken with all the trimmings cooked in my Mum’s own inimitable style, so once again all’s well with the world.