Community Walk – Saturday 16th July Route: Luckett, Greenscombe Wood and Nature Reserve Meet 10am at Gunnislake Car Park for car share or 10.15am at Luckett village car park – everyone welcome.
There is NO gardening club meeting in the village hall on Wednesday 6th July as our speaker is unable to be with us. INSTEAD we are visiting WILDSIDE GARDEN at Buckland Monochorum on Sunday 10th July. Meet in Gunnislake car
Come and join this friendly local walking group on Saturday 18th June. See poster for details.
Gunnislake.org is back on line!
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.
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
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
Just over a year ago gardeners and generous givers joined together to begin a special village project, Gunnislake Community Memorial Garden. Cash and horticultural hard work has led to a much improved formerly neglected sloping bank at St Anne’s Church
BT are planning to remove the telephone box from the centre of the village next to William. They says that the phone has had very little use over a significant period. But the community of Gunnislake are being given the
Gunnislake has become a whole lot greener this summer and has just received a top award from the Royal Horticultural Society. The volunteer group, Gunnislake Community Matters joined forces with RHS campaign “It’s Your Neighbourhood” at the beginning of the
The Christmas Tree Festival this year is at All Saints Church, Harrowbarrow. The set up is Thurs 5 December with the Festival between Friday 6th and Sunday 8th December. The Big Sing is on the Saturday at 3 p.m. with
Gunnislake Railway Station has been at its current site for 25 years, as of the 6th June 2019. On that very day, Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership organised an afternoon of celebrations. They combined the event with the official unveiling
Information from Cormac concerning the work to be undertaken on the collapsed wall next to Newbridge Hill between 22 April and July 2019: Last August 2018 the A390 at Gunnislake was closed for three days for the emergency stabilisation of
It’s taken lots of hard gardening by the community in Gunnislake and now it’s nearly time for planting. A sloping bank on the A-road side of St Anne’s Church has been rescued from disuse, brambles and ivy to a new
The active village group Gunnislake Community Matters has plans to be even busier and greener this summer. Details of their horticultural plans can be seen on the GCM information stall at the second St Piran’s Day Festival in the Village
WALL SUBSIDENCE, VEGETATION CLEARANCE, WATER PIPE REPAIRS The work on Newbridge Hill is likely to last a while. 31st October is the date on a very useful website: roadworks.org for the latest information. Commercial Street in the heart of the