Saturday 20th January 2024 at 10:30am – Duration 1-2hrs Meet 10am at Gunnislake car park for car share, or 10.30am at Gem/Magpie Bridge car park, Whitchurch, Yelverton PL20 7LN. The walk will start at 10.30am at Gem Bridge with one
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
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
August 31 @ 7:45 pm – 10:00 pm
The walk will start at 7.45pm from the King George V Playing Field (PL18 9DA).
Places are limited – please book early by contacting Ross Hanley on 01822 834773.
August 19 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Meet 10am at Gunnislake car park for car share or 10.20am at Cotehele Quay car park.
Today at 2pm, the Gunnislake Festival BBQ is finally here! Join us at The Rising Sun for an incredible afternoon filled with fun and festivities. You won’t want to miss this! There’s something for everyone – delicious BBQ treats, fantastic
Exciting news! If you’ve got an upcoming event that’s not to be missed, then Visit Tamar Valley want to hear all about it! Submitting your event is super easy – just head over to their website and visit the following
The Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is ready and waiting to be discovered. Find plenty to enjoy in the great outdoors from historic monuments and ancient sites to vast rolling hills to pretty, characterful towns and villages –
Circular Walk Via The River
Meet 10am at Gunnislake Car Park*
The walk includes moderate climbs and uneven ground. Wear suitable footwear. Well behaved dogs welcome. Toilets at car park. Duration 1-2 hours.
*First 2 hours FREE, thereafter parking charges apply.
The Gunnislake Festival 2023 promises to be a week of boundless fun and entertainment for the entire family. With activities ranging from karaoke parties and historical presentations to art exhibitions, quizzes, community walks, and live music events, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes and interests. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to celebrate community spirit, discover local talent, and create lasting memories. So, gather your loved ones and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Gunnislake Festival 2023.
Gunnislake, recently came alive with excitement and festivity as residents gathered for a joyous street party to celebrate the coronation of their new king. The event garnered attention from various local figures, including the local Member of Parliament, the district Councillor, and even BBC South West Radio. This article takes you through the highlights of this memorable occasion, capturing the essence of community spirit and merriment that filled the streets of Gunnislake.
Route: Cadsonbury Iron Age Hill Fort and River walk
Meet 10am at Gunnislake car park for car share or 10.20am at Callington Newbridge.
The walk includes a steep climb and uneven ground. Wear suitable footwear. Well behaved dogs welcome.
Duration: 1.2hrs. Bring your own refreshments.
Note: NO TOILETS AVAILABLE
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
On Sunday 11 December 2022, Newbridge Hill is scheduled to be CLOSED from 0700 to 1600. It looks like it is for works by Open Reach. When this road is closed, the recommended diversion route is generally 32 miles long.
Over the next two months, there are also several planned sets of temporary traffic lights due to be installed for 3 day periods around the centre of the Village.
Gunnislake River Walk led by Father Christmas and finishing at The Cornish Inn for mince pies from 12noon.
Meet at The Cornish Inn at 6pm to sing some carols then onto The Rising Sun Inn for 6.45pm for mince pies and refreshments.
Community Walk – Saturday 19th November
Route: Cadsonbury Iron Age Hill Fort and river walk.
The walk includes a steep climb and uneven ground. wear suitable footwear. Well behaved dogs welcome.
In an emergency please call 999. If you are Deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, you can call 18000 in an Emergency – Minicom / Textphone number. 999 Emergency – SMS / Text number For non-emergency call 101.If you
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
Everyone is welcome to come along to hear plans for the future of this popular village event. The Woodland Centre – Tuesday 4th October – 7.30pm