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Calstock Parish is situated in south east Cornwall (UK), close to the Devon border. With a population of approximately 6,000 and 2,600 households, it comprises of a number of villages, the larger being Gunnislake and Calstock.

Much of the Parish is within the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is also part of  a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The fine landscape includes granite ridges, woodlands and rolling farm land. The River Tamar, with its attractive waterfront areas, forms the eastern border of the Parish. Within the Parish are many impressive remains of mine workings. The Parish has miles of footpaths and other public rights of way. Many of these form part of the Tamar Discovery Trail.

There is a train service to Plymouth with stations at both Gunnislake and Calstock. A scheduled bus service serves part of the Parish and connects with Callington and Tavistock. 

A brief history of the Parish can be found on the Calstock History website. Which also hosts details of the Parish Archive.
   

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Recent News & Events

  • Retaining Wall Newbridge Hill Gunnislake

    A section of highway retaining wall adjacent to the A390 on Newbridge Hill, near Gunnislake has been identified as being unstable.  In order to ensure highway safety for users of the A390, a temporary lane closure with a shuttle system will be put in place.

     

    The temporary lane closure will remain in place whilst investigations and works are undertaken to initially make the wall safe.  Works to ensure the carriageway can be fully reopened will be identified and prioritised.  The CORMAC Engineering Services Laboratory in conjunction with Cornwall Council’s own officers will be undertaking investigations in the grounds of the private property above the wall on Thursday 21st June 2018 to identify the retained ground conditions.  It is currently anticipated that a permanent repair to the wall will be undertaken later in the year subject to the statutory approvals.

     

    As The A390 is a commuter route, well used HGV route and the diversion route for Tamar Bridge we appreciate this will cause disruption and welcome your cooperation with any inconvenience caused.

     

    Posted by Calstock Parish Council
  • Cornwall AONB Job Vacancy & an Event in Rame on Sun 24 June

    Job Vacancy  Project Officer, Wheal Buzzy Project, Cornwall AONB Unit

    The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Unit has been successful in securing £56,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for its exciting and pioneering new project, Wheal Buzzy, to safeguard and enhance conditions for mining bees, which will take place in West Penwith, parts of the Lizard, St Agnes and North Cornwall. We are now looking for a committed and resourceful Project Officer to join us to deliver this exciting project.

    The post is 0.8 of a full-time equivalent for 29.6 hours a week on a temporary contract. The successful applicant will be based at the AONB Unit offices at Pydar House in Truro, although you will be expected to work flexibly across our area alongside our partners and stakeholders from West Penwith to North Cornwall.  The role profile and the link to submit an application for the post is available by following this link: - https://cornwall.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=0000054L&lang=en_GB
    Closing Date: 15th July 2018

     

    Free event in Rame on Sunday 24th June

    The Rame Conservation Trust is involved in helping the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Unit project to survey the Scheduled Ancient Monuments at Risk in the Rame area.  The Rame Conservation Trust and the Maker Heights Community Interest Company are hosting a free open day at Maker Heights on Sunday 24th June involving art stalls, workshops followed by music. All welcome to explore this part of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).  See attached poster for more details

     

     

    (this email has been sent to all on the Cornwall AONB e-newsletter/latest news subscribers list.  If you no longer wish to be on this list, please just pop me an email).

    Karen Johns
    Office & Finance Manager

    Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Unit, Floor 4A, Pydar House, 
    Pydar Street, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 1XU

    Tel:   01872 322350 (or internal CC 492350)
    Web: 
    www.cornwallaonb.org.uk

    Posted by Calstock Parish Council
  • St Anns Chapel closure - order

    Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

    Location:         Road From Honicombe Corner to Spray Cottage, St Anns Chapel

    Timing:           one day during the period 9th to 13th July 2018 (07:30 to 18:00 hours)

    Contact:          James Holdge, CORMAVC Solutions Ltd, Tel: 0300 123 2222

    The above closure has been approved.   Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:

    https://roadworks.org?tm=105739546

    Applicants are reminded that they have undertaken to notify all interested parties known to be directly affected by the closure including, if appropriate, bus companies and all frontagers on the length of the road such as local residents and businesses as well as other traders who may have to make deliveries and/or collections in the area.

    Applicants and contractors are reminded that they are responsible for the provision, erection, maintenance and removal of all necessary signing.

    Kind Regards

    Streetworks 

    Transport and Infrastructure Service

    Cornwall Council

    Tel: 0300 1234 222

    Posted by Calstock Parish Council
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