Welcome to Gunnislake and to our village website. Enjoy having a browse and finding out what’s going on (plenty), where to find the business you need – or, in fact, are a business or who would like to join our
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
The old clock case looking a bit sorry for itself after coming back from the paint stripping. But it’s now in the very capable hands of the Callington based metal fabricators Metal Head Fabrication, who will be restoring it to
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
As we go into the autumn, our programme of talks includes allotments and jungles. Ross Hanley, keen local gardener, will give a talk on Wednesday 7th September in the Village Hall at 7.30 p.m. on “Allotment Peace” – a chat
This community memorial garden has lovely shrubs and plants donated by people in this community – in memory of their loved ones, whose names are on the plaque in the garden. If your family gave a donation (or anyone keen to get involved), come and join us in a serious tidy up on Tuesday 12th July from 10 a.m. for a few hours. This is in preparation for the next round of judging for the RHS It’s Your Neighborhood award. As a village, we have been award the Outstanding title several times and you may have noticed the road signage about it.
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!
Meet at 10am at Gunnislake Car Park for car share or 10.20am at Callington Newbridge