The Barn


The Barn

Welcome to The Barn, set in the heart of Cornwall. They offer a space for all handicrafts which include, sewing, patchwork, crochet, knitting, calligraphy and fused/stained glass. We sell fabric and yarn alongside artisanal handmade Cornish goods.

Visit their Website for more details:

Kernow Men’s Society


Kernow Men’s Society

Kernow Men’s Society provide the opportunity for local men, who may be dealing with issues such as loneliness, social exclusion and isolation, to come together twice a week in a friendly and welcoming environment for a couple of hours of conversation and joviality over free tea, coffee and biscuits. 

Meetings are held on a Monday and Thursday of each week between 12pm and 2pm at St John’s Methodist Church buildings.

St John’s Methodist Church, Bodmin Rd, Saint Austell PL25 5AE

Sat. Nav. Coordinates; 50.339209,-4.798304

The group welcome all men from 18 upwards and especially those who would like to just get out of the house, meet people and make new friends.

For more information click to their website or visit their social media channels.

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Email…..           [email protected]

The Friends of Luxulyan Valley


The Friends of Luxulyan Valley

The ‘Friends of Luxulyan Valley‘ are a group concerned with the conservation of Luxulyan Valley. Established in 1997 the group has links with Cornwall Council and the Footpath Committees of Luxulyan and Lanlivery parishes.

They are also members of the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers and would welcome anyone interested in supporting their objectives:

  • Promote preservation and protection of the Luxulyan Valley.
  • Influence and assist in the management of the Luxulyan Valley.
  • Assist with and promote education and the history, natural history and other aspects of the Luxulyan Valley for all interested parties.

The group have many organised activities throughout the year including; indoor talks in Luxulyan, working parties, china clay and local area history talks and field trips in Cornwall. More details can be found on the events sections of their Facebook page.

St Austell Baptist Church


St Austell Baptist Church

St Austell Baptist Church is in the heart of St Austell town centre on West Hill.

They have an amazing list of regular and one off activities for the whole community to join in with. From summer clubs to bible studies to Dads and Kids clubs. Visit their whats on page for full details.

Address: West Hill, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 5ET
Phone: 01726 67679

SatNav Coordinates: 50.3380808, -4.7958011

Three Bays Wildlife Group


Three Bays Wildlife Group

The Three Bays Wildlife group is a voluntary, community led wildlife group who are affiliated with Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

The group covers the area of Charlestown to West Portholland and includes it’s adjacent coastal waters and river catchment areas in-between.

The group aims to conserve, further discover and enhance the special natural environment of the area. If you would like to find out more details or join in with their local events then visit their Facebook page click here.

Lostwithiel Community Cinema


Lostwithiel Community Cinema

Did you know that Lostwithiel has a community cinema? Lost In Film can be found in the Church Rooms in Church Lane. They screen the best of the latest cinema releases with a programme of roughly 20 films per year. Visit their website for more information and to book tickets

Films are generally shown on the second and last Monday of every month between September and June with the occasional screening in between those times, so keep a look out on their website for more details.

They even have a bar!

Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum


Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum

Wheal Martyn in St Austell is Cornwall’s only China Clay mining museum, in fact it is the UK’s only china clay mining museum. The museum tells the story of the mining industry, which is still alive today. 

Set in 26 acres of grounds, Wheal Martyn incorporates a preserved Victorian clay works and gives insight into this important industry which shaped the lives, landscape and economy of the Clay Country which surrounds St Austell and beyond.

The museum provides opportunities for everyone to learn, be inspired and engage. During your visit you can interact with their vast collection of artefacts, archives, built heritage and environment within their unique and special grounds.

Wheal Martyn is located in the village of Carthew, between St. Austell and Bugle on the B3274, 2 miles north of St. Austell and 6 miles from the Innis Downs junction on the A30 dual carriageway. Open daily from 10am to 5pm,Click here to visit their website for full details.

Radio St Austell Bay


Radio St Austell Bay

Radio St Austell Bay (RSAB) is the local community radio station for St Austell, in Cornwall.

Run entirely by a small team of dedicated volunteers, who work very closely with local businesses to provide St Austell with a quality, local radio station. You will find them at most local events sharing their music far and wide.

They are a non-profit making Community Interest Company. The radio station is run by volunteers who wish to do something positive for the St Austell area; allowing people the opportunity to promote events, keep residents up to date with community information and to give local, national and international artists and bands the springboard they need. Get in touch if you would like to help out and volunteer.

Tune in your radio to 105.6fm or click here to listen in.

Radio St Austell Bay

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