Posted: 11 months ago

Lying at the heart of the legacy left by the China Clay industry, Bugle, Penwithick and Stenalees all enjoy a traditional Cornish village feel mixed with an ever-growing modern community.

 

Located just a stonesthrow from the amenities of St Austell and its coastline, yet just a few minutes from the A30, make Bugle, Penwithick and Stenalees ideal homes for those needing to travel for work or people seeking a quieter alternative to the busy St Austell area.

 

With a handful of shops, hairdressers, community halls, takeways and other amenities between them, residents don’t need to travel far for their essentials.

 

Adding to the traditional Cornish feel of the area is the hugely popular West of England Bandsmen’s Festival, formerly known as Bugle Band Contest. Created in the early 1900s, it is thought around 6,000 people attended the first contest.

 

It quickly established itself as a hotly-contested competition complete with a Royal Trophy, which is awarded to the Championship Section winners. Held every June, it is well worth going along and experiencing this event and the unique atmosphere it creates.

 

If live music is your bag then pop along to The Bugle Inn who regularly host live music at the weekends

 

This area is also a great place to if you want to get outdoors and enjoy a change of scenery. Whether walking with your four-legged friends, with friends or by yourself, there is a chance to hop on many public footpaths, as well as picking up a designated clay trail that takes you through to the Eden Project and gives you the opportunity to utilise other trails on the network, all offering spectacular views.

 

Do you live in Bugle, Penwithick or Stenalees and want to share something about your community? Comment below or email us on info@staustell.co.uk

 

If you are holding an event in the area, upload the details to our Events Calendar and publicise it for free.

 

Discover - Places - Bugle, Penwithick and Stenalees

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Partly cloudy skies, with gusty winds developing during the afternoon. High 6C. Winds ESE at 25 to 40 km/h. Winds could occasionally gust over 65 km/h.

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Partly cloudy. Low 3C. Winds ESE at 25 to 40 km/h.

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Partly cloudy skies. High 6C. Winds E at 15 to 30 km/h.

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Sunny and windy. High 6C. Winds E at 30 to 50 km/h.

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A mostly clear sky. Low around 0C. Winds E at 30 to 50 km/h.

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