Meet at 10am at Gunnislake Car Park for car share or 10.20am at Callington Newbridge
Saturday 5th February – Gunnislake Village Hall – 11.30am Those present are to elect a new GCM Committee this year.
Please find link below to the Tamar Valley Winter newsletter/magazine: https://www.tamarvalley.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/The-Valley-Winter-21-22-UPLOAD.pdf
Register for any of the activities on the below poster of Half Term Activities in East Cornwall, click here for PDF version:
Good news that this excellent community event is returning to the Village Hall! The Village Hall committee decided to revive the village market on the first Saturday of each month – so the first one will be held on Saturday
Just a reminder that there will be no meeting of Gunnislake Gardening Club in January 2022. The next meeting will be on Wednesday 2nd February at 7.30 p.m. in Gunnislake Village Hall when George Mitchell will give a talk on his passion about bugs. See Clubs & Societies for more information about the club. Novice gardeners very welcome. We are all always learning something new!
We wish you a very happy New Year, 2022, and a warm welcome to you if you have just moved into the area. There is a lot of useful information on this website. And if you have any event or business you would like to publicise, please contact us via the Contact Us page. We hope you enjoy our beautiful valley.
Saturday 11 December at 7:30 pm In Gunnislake Village Hall An evening of sea shanty’s. Folk and other stuff. Tickets £5 from Phil Green on 07974 785591
Saturday 10 December 10:00pm till 4:00 pm In Gunnislake Village Hall
In the Village Hall on Friday 17 December and Saturday 18 December. Tickets £5 each from The Premier and from The Koffi Lodge. Who Dun IT? Can the Audience sleuths find the villain?
Friday 10 December, Starting at 6pm outside The Buccaneer Inn, then 6:20pm at The Woodland Centre; 6:40pm at The Orchard; 7:00 pm at The Cornish Inn; Rising Sun Inn at 7:30 pm for mince pies and refreshments ALL WELCOME!
Wednesday 8 December at 3pm Carol singing in the Orchard All welcome!
All welcome to come and support the switch on of the Village Christmas Lights. From 5:30pm on Saturday 4 December, outside the Cornish Inn. Bring some cash! Raffle / donations for funds towards the cost of the lights BBQ by
After forced closure for nearly 2 years Gunnislake Woodland Centre is once again ready to reopen its doors to the community. We have used that time to give the centre a thorough overhaul, and despite waiting on a brand new
A thick blanket of grey hovered overhead as Ray and I headed towards Callington free car park this morning while mizzle hung about in the air; how many would venture out today we wondered? The plan was to car share
Yelverton is a scattered hamlet on the western edge of Dartmoor National Park with an assortment of homes, a parade of shops and two or three pubs plus some excellent walking trails. Two different routes from here have appeared on
The hilly village of Gunnislake benefits from its position in the fruitful Tamar Valley. There are plenty of productive and beautiful gardens, often good healthy soil and plenty of both rainfall and sunshine. Now enough interested gardeners are about to
Join us on our next Community walk. It is a distance of about 2.5 miles along the Tamar Trails footpaths. Either meet in Gunnislake Car Park to lift share, or at the Sawmills Car Park, next to the Beach Cafe
A guided evening bat walk along the banks of the River Tamar in Gunnislake.
On Calstock Road, between Stoney Lane and Bakers Lane. Monday 5 July to Friday, 3 September The Highways and Environment Manager for Cormac SolutionsLtd has confirmed that pedestrians and cyclists will be able to get through the roadworks whilst the