Fresh Green Futures
The St Austell Bay website features many of the excellent businesses, shops and visitor attractions that we have on offer, in this beautiful part of the country. A multi-faceted destination site for all. Our goal is for this to be the "go to" place for anyone looking at St Austell.
With fabulous countryside and local attractions the world famous Eden Project and Heligan Gardens, St Austell has an abundance of 'green' everywhere you look.
Igniting Bright Sparks
There is a real need to excite young people about the future and their potential in St Austell; the talent is there it just needs releasing.
Three Bays Wildlife are a voluntary community led local wildlife group affiliated to Cornwall Wildlife Trust for the area from Charlestown to West Portholland.
With its local amenities and good schools, it’s no wonder parents choose to raise children here and as a result, you’ll find a host of locals who have stayed put for generations. Live in Par and St Blazey and looking for something to do? Then look no further, with clubs ranging from Beavers, Cubs and […]
This five-mile trail crosses woodland, heathland and passes by working mines and clay pits. Car parking is available at the Eden Project and Wheal Martyn, where visitors are invited to make a small donation towards the museum’s charitable work. There is also an informal car park to the side of the A391 at Scredda. Access […]
Considered to be one of the most mysterious and romantic estates in England, it has become one of the area’s most popular attractions.
New members are always welcome to this group. Previous writing experience not needed – just enthusiasm and imagination.
The clay trails are a network of short walking, cycling and horse riding trails through mid-Cornwall’s China Clay Country. Winding their way through the unique landscape of the china clay mining area, offering an insight into both the past and present of an industry which has shaped St Austell and surrounding areas.
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