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The Gildhouse at Poundstock

Welcome to the website of the Poundstock Gildhouse, where you will find news and pictures relating to the restoration of and events at our church house, even a timeline! St. Winwaloe is the parish church of Poundstock, situated in a secluded dell by a small stream. Alongside stands its ancient Gildhouse, now a Grade 1 listed building, the best preserved example in Cornwall of a late medieval church house which has been in continuous use since it was built. Church houses were built with the aim of using them as extensions of the church and the one in Poundstock is contemporary with the late phases of the medieval church building.


King Arthur country - North Cornwall:  Tintagel is situated on the North coast of Cornwall and is renowned for its association with the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. The magic of the association is captured particularly by the castle, King Arthur's Castle, which is reached by steps leading from the main land. Originally the Castle was attached to the main land but by erosion over the years a bridge had to be built. It is a hard climb to the top but well worth it. The Castle is maintained by English Heritage. There are many beaches in the area, for surfers Trebarwith and Bossiney are the main attractions, but the Castle Beach is renowned as a very safe bathing beach. For the visitor to Tintagel there are many attractions to see in the village apart from the cliffs area. Nearby is the lovely village of Boscastle, Delabole, Camelford and the pretty fishing village, Port Isaac.

Fowey - Tourist Information

Fowey is a picture-postcard seaside town on the South Cornwall coast. It has a proud maritime heritage and is considered by many to be one of Cornwall's most idyllic holiday spots. Visit Fowey provides Fowey tourist information such as summaries and descriptions of a number of establishments in and around the town. These include award-winning restaurants, hotels and public houses that have achieved national status and top accolades. In order to help you search and plan your holiday in Fowey, we've included sections on Fowey accommodation, restaurants, visitor attractions and pubs.

The original North Cornwall web site

The North Cornwall Directory was established in 1996 as the original directory for North Cornwall for finding holidays in Cornwall holiday cottages in Cornwall, accommodation in North Cornwall and information about the North Cornwall area - Travel and Tourism Businesses and Accommodation in North Cornwall, Historic Sites of Interest, Villages and Interactive Beach Guide covering the North Cornwall Coastline.

Otterham & St. Juliot Hall

Marshgate, partly in the parish of Otterham and partly in the parish of St Juliot, is a small village in a sparsely populated area of North Cornwall. There is neither a Church nor a Pub, just a Village Store and Post Office, a few farms and a number of houses. However, the focal point of the village is the Village Hall - "The Otterham & St Juliot Hall" to give it its full title. Although Marshgate may be small, the Hall caters for people living in the surrounding areas, not only (as the name suggests) in the parishes of Otterham and St Juliot but also from a wider area as far away as Bude, Camelford and Boscastle. Used by many local groups, the Hall also plays host to dinners for the local population, is used by a play group and the local school and regularly hosts auctions. To lose the use of it would be nothing short of a disaster. However the fabric of the building is frail and the time has come when the building needs to be replaced. For this a large sum of money, at least £250,000, needs to be raised, which is where you can help by giving us a donation, supporting one of the fund-raising events or by making a pledge.

Launceston 2020 Community

Welcome to Launceston Community Website: If you live in, work in or are visiting Launceston and surrounding parishes, this is the web site for you. This web site is brought to you by Launceston Forum.

Bude - North Cornwall's main seaside resort
  (Official Tourist Information Website)

Bude, Cornwall a seaside town situated on the Atlantic Heritage Coast. Whether visiting Bude for a day or staying for a longer sunny break, here you will find a variety of information about the town and it's coastal heritage.

St. Teath

St. Teath, a well-structured village website includes the latest news, activities, services and history for the St. Teath area.

Transition North Cornwall

Transition North Cornwall's mission is to increase awareness of Peak Oil, Climate Change and Transition solutions, to support development of local Transition groups and to act as an information network for Transition work.
Climate Change makes the transition to a low carbon future essential, Peak Oil makes it inevitable and Transition Initiatives make it feasible, viable and even attractive.
The Transition Movement starts from the belief that the two toughest challenges currently facing humankind are Climate Change and Peak Oil.

Paul Hamlyn, Photographer

Paul Hamlyn is well-known in the area as the areas main press photographer. Paul also undertakes commercial, general and weddings in addition to his press photography for the Tindle Group Newspapers

Whitstone Village

The Whitstone Village website is intended to give villagers and visitors information on what is going on in and around the village to provide contact details and links to other useful sites. Individual organisation and club pages will be updated regularly also the latest news items are listed below.

Distinctive Wedding Cars

Distinctive Wedding Cars is the source for North Cornwall of prestigious vehicles available for chauffeur-driven functions. For further details please visit the website.

St. Cuthbert Mayne

The Cathlic Parish of St. Cuthbert Mayne, Launceston, incorporating St. Peter's Church, Bude, Cornwall and St. Peter & Paul (C of E), Holsworthy, Devon.   St. Cuthbert Mayne was hung, drawn and quartered in Launceston Square on 29th November 1577 because he would not renounce his Catholic faith.

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