CALSTOCK FOOTPATH SOCIETY
The Society works alongside the Parish Council to ensure that the footpath network is checked at least three times a year to make certain that use is not denied. They also organise regular walks.
CALSTOCK PARISH ARCHIVE
Tamar Valley Centre, Drakewalls. Open Tues/Wed 12-5; Thurs/Fri 9-2 p.m.
Every week on a Thursday morning in the Village Hall from 10 a.m. to 11.30 for coffee, tea, cakes and chat.
Wed 2.30 p.m – St Anne’s Church Hall. All abilities welcome.
Contact: Sue Goodman
01822 258371 firstname.lastname@example.org
See posters on three village noticeboards, one by bus stop, one by toilets and one by the surgery – and
4th Saturday each month – 10:30-12 noon in St Anne’s Church Hall. Bring along your own handiwork or join in the current project.
Contact: Carol Green
Hawkmoor site PL18 9LH, one of the most attractive pitches in the Duchy on the banks of the River Tamar.
or Brian Martin
DRAWN TO THE VALLEY
The aim of the 150 artists is to bring this area of natural beauty to life through art.
FRIENDS OF GUNNISLAKE STATION (FoGS)
Volunteer group of keen gardeners who maintain the borders and planters at our lovely railway station, supported by Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership
Contact: Lorna Baker
An informal monthly meeting sharing gardening knowledge and occasional visits to nurseries, open gardens.
Nearest garden nurseries are: Barracott Plants (shady plants) at The Old Orchard,Calstock Road (limited opening, ring first.
01822 832234. www.barracottplants.co.uk
and The Rising Sun Nurseries, Harrowbarrow PL17 8JD.
01579 351231. www.risingsunnurseries.co.uk
GLAD Gunnislake Amateur Dramatics
Interested? Want a go? Do you sing, dance, play an instrument, sew, paint, sign write, build things, play with technical equipment, or even want to perform???
If so contact us or join us at any of the GLAD socials.
Chair: Lesley Smith
07768 527544. www.gladgunni.wixsite.com/glad
GUNNISLAKE COMMUNITY MATTERS
GCM began two years ago in 2016 with the aim of enhancing the village environment and improving the quality of life in partnership with all sections of the community and interest groups. Progress can be seen in all sorts of ways physically – planters, regular plant stall, car park and phone box repainted, new notice boards, litter picks, mural, children’s living play project and, of course, the Christmas lights. Socially, we’ve enjoyed local walks, discos, street party, quizzes and creative cafe. Lots of ideas for the future too. And the GCM Facebook page has been very popular and used daily in many positive ways.
Chair: Ross Hanley
01822 834773. www.facebook.com/groups/GunnislakeCommunityMatters
Held annually in July. This year 8-15 July 2018.
Contact: Sarah Reeves
GUNNISLAKE FOOTBALL CLUB
Play in the Duchy League. Home pitch now The Butts Playing Field PL18 9DS (near Cyril Worth Removals between Albaston and Calstock).
Contact: Michael Kinger
GUNNISLAKE LACE GROUP
Meet fortnightly Wed 10 a.m.
For more information ring Katy on
GUNNISLAKE PARENT STAFF ASSOCIATION
GUNNISLAKE SAMBA DRUMMING WORKSHOPS
Every Thursday, start 7 p.m. All abilities welcome. Normally share lifts from Gunnislake Car Park to either Dupath Barn, with Callington Samba Band or Union Corner with Plymouth Community Samba Band.
Contact: Mike Choroszewski
GUNNISLAKE TABLE TENNIS CLUB
Every Tuesday evening in the Village Hall 6-9 p.m. 6.15-7.15 younger people; 7.15-9 adults.
Contact: Michael Alexander
01822 834068 www.tabletennis365.com/Gunnislake
LOCAL HISTORY GROUP
Meet last Saturday in month at Tamar Valley Methodist Church, Albaston 7.30 p.m. for interesting talks and during the summer some visits.
Linked to Calstock Parish Archive
NEW TAMAR VALLEY FRIENDSHIP CLUB
STITCH AND BITCH
First Wednesday every month 7.30 p.m. onwards at The Rising Sun, Lower Calstock Rd. Bring your own sewing, knitting, cross stitch or whatever creative project you’re doing. Or just join in the natter.
For more information contact Hilary Fairhurst
TAMAR VALLEY COMMUNITY BUS
Volunteer drivers run regular trips and special outings for all ages, for example: Callington Library, Trago Mills, Truro, Dartmouth, Pub Lunch. See full timetable under TRANSPORT.
To book ring Mavis Mon-Fri 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
01822 833412 www.facebook.com/groups/TamarValleyCommunityBus
TAMAR VALLEY CUBS AND SCOUTS
Tuesdays 6.15 – 8.30 p.m. in Harrowbarrow & Metherell Village Hall.
Contact: Adam Harman
07733 200314 email@example.com
U3A UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE
VILLAGE HALL BOOKINGS
VILLAGE HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Held on the second Saturday of the month in and around the Buccanneer pub from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.