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Welcome to Boscastle

Boscastle, village lies within the parish of Forrabury and Minster on the North Cornish Coast 14 miles south from Bude and 5 miles from Tintagel, a conservation area amongst some of the most beautiful countryside within the British Isles, and is one of the few remaining unspoilt harbour villages in Cornwall. Designated an Area of Outstanding beauty, the National Trust own and care for the beautiful medieval harbour and surrounding coastline.

An excellent base for touring the area, all of Cornwall or North Devon, including moorlands, sheltered wooden valleys and coastal footpaths offering magnificent views, are all on our doorstep.
The small harbour now hosts a number of little fishing boats but was once a hive of activity with trade taking place between Wales, Bristol and the south of England. Here too a lovely valley heads inland, a path follows a fast flowing burbling stream which leads to several hidden churches allowing you to discover the little known connection between North Cornwall and Thomas Hardy
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News & Whats On Items Updated 23-04-2018



OPEN GARDEN OPEN GARDEN 2018
THE OLD RECTORY St. JULIOT BOSCASTLE PL35 0BT
SATURDAY 12th MAY
2-00pm to 5-00pm
Adults: 5-00 Children: No Charge

3 acre beautiful woodland garden, Victorian walled organic kitchen garden. Famous world wide for its connections with Thomas Hardy. Dogs welcome Plants for sale REFRESHMENTS available including cream teas. Profits in aid of Otterham, St Juliot and Lesnewth Churches.
See Anglian Church PDF
The Refugee Chrisis
a talk plus afternoon tea

Sunday 29 April, 3pm
Crackington Institute
IAN GASPER
Trustees of Cornwall & Devon Refugee support centre will talk about the refugee crisis
See Poster
James Wilton Dance
Spring Tour 2018
LEVIATHAN
'Inspired by Herman Melville's Moby Dick'
Crackington Institute Saturday 28th April 7.30pm
See Poster


James Wilton Dance


"St. Cleather Church"
An Evening with Sabine Baring-Gould and Thomas Hardy
More Information
"St. Cleather Vicarage"
Re-enactment of the Poem by Thamas Hardy
The Face at the Casement
More Information

Plus a flower festival in the church at St Clether from the Friday And the holy well will be decorated All through the weekend
Church Bus Times
Age Concern

April 2018  May  2018

We are open for others to book the Bus for their own trips BUT the drivers must be our own volunteer ones. We are not allowed to Hire the Bus out for private hire.
It would be great to have more organisers. There is not a lot involved in the task. Anyone interested should contact me.

URGENT REQUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS






  
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