GUNNISLAKE GARDENING CLUB is having its Christmas Social event this Wednesday, 6th December, 7.30 p.m. in Gunnisake Village Hall. Members are invited to bring a plate of nibbles;hot and cold drinks (including mulled wine) will be provided. A gardening quiz
GUNNISLAKE GARDENING CLUB usually meet once a month (not January) in Gunnislake Village Hall. Our December meeting on Wednesday 6th December will be our Christmas social event. 7.30 p.m. Members bring a plate of goodies please, drinks provided. Newcomers very
Book these dates in your Christmas diary for an intriguing and entertaining evening. Friday 15th and Saturday 16th December in Gunnislake Village Hall to enjoy your local amdram company perform SUGAR AND VICE by Patricia Gay. See Events calendar for
Get ready for a weekend filled with joy and festivities as we kick off the holiday season in style. Head over to our Events page to check out the exciting lineup for the first weekend of December 2023. From December
THIS SATURDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER 10 TILL 1230 IN GUNNISLAKE VILLAGE HALL! A bumper pre-Christmas market with fourteen stalls including new ones – gluten and dairy free plus vegan products, jewellery, handbags, afternoon tea stands plus plenty of more gifts inspiration.
Gunnislake Community Matters is searching for a few volunteers to assist in maintaining the village website (www.gunnislake.org). To be eligible, you must be at ease with utilising WordPress or have the enthusiasm to learn the fundamentals. Additionally, you must be
THIS GROUP WAS FORMED AFTER THE WINTER WARMERS EVENTS CAME TO AN END. COME AND MAKE SOME NEW FRIENDS AND ENJOY A MEAL TOGETHER.
May in Gunnislake looks like being a busy sociable time, starting with the Coronation Street Party on the 7th May, then the Bat and Night Jar walk on the 17th May. On the 20th May is the Community Walk in
Welcome to Gunnislake and to our village website. Enjoy having a browse and finding out what’s going on (plenty), where to find the business you need – or, in fact, are a business or who would like to join our
Live Music – Fun Fair – BBQ – Hog Roast
10am – Children’s Soapbox Derby
11.30am – Adult’s Soapbox Derby
For full details on how to compete in the Soapbox Derby and to register your entry email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01822 832201
The old clock case looking a bit sorry for itself after coming back from the paint stripping. But it’s now in the very capable hands of the Callington based metal fabricators Metal Head Fabrication, who will be restoring it to
TAMAR VALLEY COMMUNITY BUS
Bus trips and outings for all ages
November – bookings for ** trips available from Wednesday 12 October
December- bookings for ** trips available from Wednesday 9th November
As we go into the autumn, our programme of talks includes allotments and jungles. Ross Hanley, keen local gardener, will give a talk on Wednesday 7th September in the Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. on “Allotment Peace” – a chat
This community memorial garden has lovely shrubs and plants donated by people in this community – in memory of their loved ones, whose names are on the plaque in the garden. If your family gave a donation (or anyone keen to get involved), come and join us in a serious tidy up on Tuesday 12th July from 10 a.m. for a few hours. This is in preparation for the next round of judging for the RHS It’s Your Neighborhood award. As a village, we have been award the Outstanding title several times and you may have noticed the road signage about it.