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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/
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
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
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
During the next two weeks we will be walking along different sections of Drake’s Trail which you are sure to know was named after the famous Elizabethan sea-farer, Sir Francis Drake; this 21 mile cycling and walking route links Tavistock with Plymouth whilst skirting around the western edge of Dartmoor, but this route is just a small part of a
Once at the scattered village of Yelverton just five miles north of Plymouth we wasted no time signing in and after a brief talk we were off on another of my favourite walks. Somewhere hereabouts Yelverton once had a railway station with a line looping around on its way across Dartmoor to Princetown as can be seen on the map
Once again we will be following part of the Discovery Trail but this time as it travels beside the River Tavy, one of the tributaries of the mighty Tamar. Both sides of this river are in Devon with Lopwell Dam linking the Bere Peninsula to the 6,000 acre Maristow Estate, their land rises from the Tavy Estuary to around 600
Friday 24th May at 8.30pm
An evening walk to see and hear the bats living in the Tamar Valley
Book Essential – contact Ross Hanley: 01822 834773
Meet at Car Park at 8.30pm to share lifts to the start of the walk.
Wear appropriate footwear, warm clothing and bring a touch.
Dogs on leads welcome.
No charge but voluntary donations are welcome.
Below information taken form Devon County Council Website – 17th April 2019. Newbridge at Gunnislake is on schedule to reopen by lunchtime on Good Friday (19 April). Repair work has been completed a week ahead of schedule and now teams are waiting for the lime mortar repairs to reach sufficient strength before they can reopen the bridge to traffic. Yesterday
Update at 15.00 on 3rd April 2019: Due to the closure of the bridge on the A390 between Gunnislake and Gulworthy the service 79/A will be on diversion. An emergency timetable can be accessed and downloaded from the bottom of this page. In general the service 79/A will operate from Gunnislake to Callington and passengers will be able to change buses
Below information taken from https://www.plymouthbus.co.uk/news-service-updates/gunnislake-bridge-damage-affecting-services-7979a/ – Wednesday 3rd April ** Update at 16.33 on 2nd April 2019: After an RTC we have been informed that due to structural damage Gunnislake Bridge will be closed for several days. From Wednesday 3rd April we will be operating an emergency timetable. More information will follow when we have a better idea on how long the closure
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A warm welcome to the Tamar Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We hope you enjoy exploring this special landscape and all it has to offer.
With its 400 acres (152 hectares) for public enjoyment, Kit Hill Country Park is an ideal place for a wide range of activities including bird watching, kite flying and picnics.
Where will the trails lead you? Explore the network of trails on bike or foot, try some outdoor activities or relax, enjoy and learn at the Tamar Trails Centre & Café. A great place for family days out in Devon or Cornwall whether you are on holiday or live locally. Come and see what we have to offer at this hidden gem in the Tamar Valley on the Devon and Cornwall border.
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