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.
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.
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
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
It seems so long since we last did this walk on the Devon side of the River Tamar but with so many in our programme to choose from, they don’t come round very often and the fine weather certainly brought
The inky blue water in the River Lynher appeared to be barely moving today as we watched it flow beneath the ancient bridge and then alongside us as we set off through the shadowy interior of Cadsonbury Woods. There is
Gusty winds almost blew us off our feet when we stepped from our cars at the little car park at Tokenbury Corner but that was nothing compared with what was to come. The nearest settlement on this south-eastern fringe of
Today is Wednesday 1st May or May Day and is celebrated in many different ways throughout the world so before recounting how our walk turned out, I will just describe how here in Britain some people still dance around a maypole that is