Calstock Parish is situated in south east Cornwall (UK), close to the Devon border. With a population of approximately 6000 and 3000 households, it comprises of a number of villages, the larger ones being St Ann’s Chapel, 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.

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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.

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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Emergency Closure – Fore Street, Calstock

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic Location:        Fore Street, Calstock Timing:           29th February 2024 to 6th March 2024 (24 hours) Reason for Emergency Closure: Repair Burst Comm Pipe Contact:          Kier on behalf of...

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