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St Andrew’s Church, Church Hill, Calstock, Cornwall PL18 9SG

The Church is on top of the hill above the village of Calstock. Parking is on the roads surrounding the church. Public transport is by bus or train with walks involved.

St Andrew’s Church in Calstock is an ancient church in beautiful surroundings. It’s enjoyed by the congregation of course and for those significant events in our lives – births, marriages and deaths. But in between those times it is locked and silent – and that’s a great shame. So it has been decided – with the support of the congregation – to open St Andrew’s Church each weekday (Monday to Friday) from 12 noon to 2 p.m. starting the week commencing 19th November. You are very welcome to come along during that time, just to sit and relax in peace and quiet, or have a look around. Feel free to bring a book or your knitting or a picnic lunch – or all three. There will be someone in attendance to help you if required. We hope you will find our open church welcoming and worth a visit.

St Anne’s Church,Alma Terrace, Gunnislake, Cornwall PL18 9DS

The Church is near the centre of the village, actually on the main A390 road. There is a small car park at the church and a Pay and Display car park behind the Buccaneer pub. There is a regular bus service nearby and the railway station is a ten minute walk away.

All Saints Church, Harrowbarrow, Cornwall PL17 8BG

The Church is on the outskirts of the village with limited parking around the church and on the nearby road. No easy public transport.

Cotehele Chapel, Cotehele House, St Dominick, Nr Saltash, Cornwall PL12 6TA

There is plenty of parking provided by the National Trust. To attend services at the chapel you do not need to pay the entrance fee. No easy public transport.