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.
The path was originally created by coastguards patrolling the area for smugglers. It was then also used by fishermen looking for shoals of fish and checking the sea conditions. Today it is walked by millions of people wanting to discover new places and take in some spectacular views.
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 […]
Wheal Martyn to St Austell trail runs for half a mile along wooded paths and through the village of Ruddlemoor. The trail runs alongside the river.
This family run estate welcomes everyone to enjoy Cornwall’s temperate rain-forest surrounded by the hills behind, massive trees and parkland. One of Cornwall’s Great Gardens, lies a sheltered botanical oasis just waiting to be discovered.
Did you know that Lostwithiel has a community cinema? Lost In Film can be found in the Church Rooms in Church Lane.
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