An atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots, a working mill on an historic quay, a glorious garden with valley views and an expansive estate to explore. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele
Morwellham Quay is an authentic working village, mine and craft centre. Step back in time and try our many hands on activities, take a ride on our unique copper mine train that travels underground and experience what life was like
Saturday 7th March saw the 3rd annual St. Pirans Day festival in the Public Hall. It was a fantastic event supported with an excellent turnout to celebrate all things Cornish. In addition to a numbers of stalls selling local crafts
An illustrated talk by Dorothy Kirk on the art created by world renowned English Artist JWM Turner whilst he was visiting the Tamar Valley. Friday 20th March – St Anne’s Church – 7pm
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
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
In July last year Gunnislake Community Matters was awarded a grant from The Highstreet Fund towards provision of street signs to address the issue of litter and dog mess within the village. A ‘Design a Sign’ event was organised in
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
You will notice that our much-loved miner statue, William, is missing.
Poor William has been sat on his bench through sun, wind, rain and frost for years. He is now in need of, and deserves some R&R.
On the 13th December 2019 he was to be taken on a holiday to Wadebridge, so that his creator, sculptor Richard Austin, can refurbish him. The refurbishment has become quite urgent, as he is suffering from many cracks in his body, and another winter is likely to significantly worsen his condition.
Gunnislake Christmas Lights will be switched on from 1730 on Saturday 30 November 2019. There will be stalls, a BBQ, and live music before and after the lights are switched on. Meet outside The Buccaneer Inn .
Gunnislake Christmas lights will be switched on at 6pm on Saturday 30th November in Commercial Street. There will be stalls, a BBQ, raffle, Gunnislake Community Samba band & live music at The Buccaneer Inn during the evening, the fun starts
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
This year Dickensian Evening will be held on Friday 6th December. Shops are open until 9.00pm. There will be lots of entertainment on the night. The event is organised by Tavistock BID. For further information please click here to go
10 Events for 10 Years – Wildlife Weekend September 7 @ 10:00 am – September 8 @ 4:00 pm Event Navigation A series of planned activities and walks celebrating and showcasing the wildlife of the Tamar Valley. Saturday 2pm-5pm – drop-in activities,
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN PUBLIC CONSULTATION – MORE DATES ADDED! Please make a note of these dates and come along to find out more about the Neighbourhood Development Plan that has been drafted by a team of Community Members and Parish Councillors
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