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.
Famous for its abundance of antique shops, Lostwithiel promises there is much more to discover in this hidden treasure… Boasting charming narrow roads and ancient buildings, Lostwithiel was once the capital of Cornwall and locals remain immensely proud of their history and heritage. Although no longer a capital, the town enjoys a bustling and thriving […]
Treverbyn Community Hall thrives on the diversity of the community and strives to be actively inclusive with the needs of our community at the heart.
Backed by small sand dunes, this is a great beach for everyone to enjoy. Even at high tide plenty of sand remains and there is ample room for everyone to enjoy the beach. It also provides plenty picnic spots, although a wind break may be useful on slightly windier days. Just a short and level […]
Caerhays Castle and Gardens is located in a valley overlooking Porthluney Cove near St. Austell. The gardens and castle are open to the public from mid February to mid June.
Duporth beach is a private, sand and pebble beach only accessible by the south west coast path. A quiet place to enjoy the sand between your toes.
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