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
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
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
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
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 a retaining wall. At the time, we received a lot of feedback from local residents and road users who were
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
During the closure of the bridge at Gunnislake the community bus will continue to run the following services. *THURSDAY MORNING – pick up from around the parish to Gunnislake shops and post office and return. *THURSDAY AFTERNOON – Callington library run to include Callington shops. * FRIDAY – the bus will replace its normal Tavistock runs with runs to Callington
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
Gunnislake New Bridge Road closure The [New Bridge ] at [Gunnislake ] ] has been closed following a road traffic collision. Please use alternative routes. This is likely to be for a number of days as the bridge has suffered significant damage. For further updates follow us on Twitter @DC_Police or like us on Facebook at facebook.com/DevonAndCornwallPolice Message Sent By
Important information, All Tv”s using Freeview/ Youview etc will require a Retune. Gunnislake, Tavistock and Plympton on the 10th April Caradon and Huntshaw cross on the 19th June, I will be doing a retune deal of £25 plus £5 per extra set paid on arrival. This will include the retune of any item connected to that TV for example Humax’s
Gunnislake Parking Permits – we are reviewing our permits which are up for renewal at the end of March.
Please register your interest in a permit with us.
The bridge over the River Tamar will be closed for inspection and undergrowth removal from Tuesday 18th August 2018 to Friday 21st August, each day from 0930 until 1630.
If you want the latest info on the planned road closure below, go to: https://devon.roadworks.org/ Type in, or select the dates 18/9/18 to 20/9/18 Type in “Gunnislake”, and the latest details will be revealed. Below is the info from 30/8/18. It has not changed as of 10/9/18. Roadworks, delays likely 18 Sep – 20 Sep A390 Road From Newbridge Hill
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 village will be closed from Tuesday 28th August to Saturday 1st September. That’s to provide a new water service. Newbridge
GOOD NEWS, SO FAR, ABOUT THE ROADWORKS ON NEWBRIDGE HILL. CORMAC WERE ABLE TO COMPLETE THEIR STABILISING WORK ON THE RETAINING WALL IN THREE DAYS AND THE ROAD IS NOW OPEN WITH PRIORITY SIGNS. MORE WORK IS OBVIOUSLY BEING PLANNED AND UPDATES WILL FOLLOW. ALSO, IF YOU JOIN GUNNISLAKE COMMUNITY MATTERS FACEBOOK PAGE, THERE WILL BE QUICKER INFORMATION THERE. BUT
Newbridge Hill (A390 to Tavistock) in Gunnislake will be totally closed from Monday 6 August for between 3 and 10 days. It will not be open for traffic use at any time during the closure. Cornwall Council are currently trying to sort out bus services around the closure. More information will be provided as it becomes known. The reason for