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.

Event Agenda

For submitting consultations, applications and feedback

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Recent News & Events

  • Consultation Event: Gunnislake Playing Field, Wednesday 26-07-17 5.30pm-6.45pm
    The Parish Council has some money to spend on new play equipment in Gunnislake Playing Field.  Come along and see some designs and let us know what you think.

    Posted 17 Jul 2017, 05:22 by Calstock Parish Council
  • Thefts From Vans In Cornwall - Log 177 17 July 2017 17/07/2017 12:05:15 [185595]
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    Thefts from vans in Cornwall - log 177 17 July 2017
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    We have received reports of thefts from vans in the Cornwall area recently.

    The most recent report has taken place in Pendennis Close, Penzance, a Ford Transit van was entered by unknown means between 1pm on Sunday 16 July and 7:40am Monday 17 July 2017. 
    On each occasion the vans were entered by means unknown or broken into and valuable power tools and hand tools stolen.  We would like to hear from anyone offered second-hand power tools for sale. 
    Please inform van owners.
    We ask for van owners to please consider removing valuable tools from vehicles, particularly overnight.

    Please report any suspicious activity on 101, or 999 if believe a crime is taking please. If you have any information please email 101@dc.police.uk quoting log 177 17 July 2017.

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    Posted 17 Jul 2017, 04:55 by Calstock Parish Council
  • Congratulations....

    Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Enright on your Diamond Wedding anniversary.  Best wishes for many more happy years from all at Calstock Parish Council. 
    Posted 6 Jul 2017, 05:14 by Calstock Parish Council
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