£140 off your fuel bills this winter. If you receive the guarantee element of Pension Credit, or are on low income. You must register with your energy provider, details are in the link below. The registration for the scheme for this year opens on 12 October. https://www.gov.uk/the-warm-home-discount-scheme
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Please take a look at the flipbook below; to advertise or to send in articles for the next issue email: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop articles into the post office. Backdated issues of the Gunnislake Gateway can be found on the link below:https://gunnislake.org/gunnislake-gateway/
Devon & Cornwall Police are launching a summer-long campaign to help reduce demand on their 101 non-emergency number. During the summer months, the force sees a considerable increase in demand on the contact centre. The campaign aims to remind residents and visitors to the area that should they need to contact the police and it’s not an emergency to go
It has been noticed that over the past few months a few changes have taken place to our local bus service, which has caused some confusion over bus times and where an up to date timetable can be located. The 79 bus which comes through Gunnislake linking Callington and Tavistock is now being run by Transport for Cornwall (previously run
Please take a look at the flipbook below; to advertise or to send in articles for the next issue email: email@example.com or drop articles into the post office. Backdated issues of the Gunnislake Gateway can be found on the link below: https://gunnislake.org/gunnislake-gateway/
As we are moving into week 2 of self isolating and social distancing, we are becoming increasingly concerned that some of our more vulnerable neighbours in the village may be struggling. GCM have been approached by the Parish Council to help coordinate volunteers and put people who can help in touch with those who need help. If you are concerned
In view of the current and ongoing restrictions we are all living with, you will probably not be surprised to hear that all the events planned to celebrate Bridge 500 are being postponed. Some of the events may take place later in the year or may take place next year. The working party will discuss what can be achieved when
UPDATED 14/04/2020 We are all exceptionally lucky to live in a beautiful area with a strong community spirit and plenty of local, independent retailers who are going above and beyond to service the community during these unprecedented and uncertain times (not to mention offering a calm alternative to the panic we are seeing in the national supermarkets). I have compiled
Discovery, tranquility and history – an ancient gem in the Tavy Valley landscape. The one time home of Sir Francis Drake, this house and the surrounding gardens are a must-see. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/buckland-abbey
An atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots, a working mill on an historic quay, a glorious garden with valley views and an expansive estate to explore. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele
Morwellham Quay is an authentic working village, mine and craft centre. Step back in time and try our many hands on activities, take a ride on our unique copper mine train that travels underground and experience what life was like for miners 200 years ago. Morwellham is an award winning attraction that provides an interactive, hands on, educational and fun
Saturday 7th March saw the 3rd annual St. Pirans Day festival in the Public Hall. It was a fantastic event supported with an excellent turnout to celebrate all things Cornish. In addition to a numbers of stalls selling local crafts and produce there was entertainment throughout the day from the GLAD (Gunnislake Amateur Dramatics) singers, in their inaugural outing away
An illustrated talk by Dorothy Kirk on the art created by world renowned English Artist JWM Turner whilst he was visiting the Tamar Valley. Friday 20th March – St Anne’s Church – 7pm
Gunnislake now has it’s own Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club, joining those already set up around the country. After an inaugural meeting in August 2019, the breakfast club officially started in September and has gone from strength to strength. The club regularly boasts over 15 attendees every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, not just from Gunnislake but from
Join us at 7pm on Friday 7th February at Gunnislake Village Hall for a get together to talk about this new Club in Gunnislake for 13 to 19 year olds.
What is it about? Where will it be, and When? Who will run it? Who will pay for it? What is there to do?
Click on the links below to vote in the Allied Westminster’s ‘Wonderful Villages’ photo competition, with cash prizes of up to £1000 available for our very own hall. The hall is in desperate need of a new heating system so this will really help make a difference! Voting is open until midnight on 6th April 2020 so make sure you
In July last year Gunnislake Community Matters was awarded a grant from The Highstreet Fund towards provision of street signs to address the issue of litter and dog mess within the village. A ‘Design a Sign’ event was organised in August at the Village Hall, the aim of this event was to highlight the issue of litter and dog mess
The community in Gunnislake is feeling very proud of its recent handiwork. Inspired by the village’s mining heritage and guided by local talented potter Rosie Fierek, young and old alike created their own masterpiece clay tiles to be part of the whole design. Together they formed part of Wheal Talk Ceramic Mural now on display in the centre of the
You will notice that our much-loved miner statue, William, is missing.
Poor William has been sat on his bench through sun, wind, rain and frost for years. He is now in need of, and deserves some R&R.
On the 13th December 2019 he was to be taken on a holiday to Wadebridge, so that his creator, sculptor Richard Austin, can refurbish him. The refurbishment has become quite urgent, as he is suffering from many cracks in his body, and another winter is likely to significantly worsen his condition.