Monthly community walks for residents of Gunnislake started over two years ago with local group Gunnislake Community Matters. At first, it was around the local Cornish side of the Tamar Valley. Now the walks are more adventurous and venture on to the Devon side. The most recent walk in mid April took a merry group of twenty folk of
Our walk today takes place on land owned by the National Trust, a charity devoted to preserving and protecting historic places and spaces. The National Trust bought their very first house, Alfriston Clergy House in Sussex in 1896 for £10 (about £600 in today’s money). It is believed that a decorative cornice in one of the rooms there may have given the trust
I offered to lead our group this morning with the help of Rosy as I am familiar with all the paths at Calstock and Danescombe and although this was described as a ‘new walk’ it was mostly just a new configuration of well-trodden paths. The programme said we would make our way along Higher Kelly but it didn’t stipulate how to
The team behind Gunnislake Village Hall have launched a crowdfunder campaign today to try and raise funds to renovate and improve the hallfor the benefit of the local community. Please take a look and donate if possible – there are some great rewards available to choose from, all generously donated by local businesses.
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The first ever Gunnislake St. Pirans Day Festival is fast approaching on Saturday March 3rd in the village hall, as announced by the front page of the East Cornwall Times today:
Photographs from the GLAD Pirate Panto, please click through to the article to access the link to the photographs.