St Paul's Gulworthy, Gulworthy
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St Paul's Gulworthy is known as 'The Miner's Church' and was built in 1856 by Francis Sackville Russell, the 7th Duke of Bedford, to serve the large number of people working in the local metal mines. It is listed Grade II.
St Paul's is now part of the Benefice of St Eustachius Tavistock & St Paul's Gulworthy. There are regular services held on a Sunday Morning.
Find out more about the church and what's going on at gulworthychurch.wordpress.com
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5a Plymouth Road,
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Come and join us for our Spring Supper Dance at Lamerton Community Hall on 26 April at 7:30 – 10:30pm. Dancing to ‘Barry’s Big Band Sound’. Tickets £10 to include a fork supper: Get your tickets from Mary Ann, Judith, or Barry … Continue reading →
Fri 1 – Mon 4 June: Our main 2012 event is our Jubilee Spectacular Flower Festival to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, featuring wedding dresses through the decades. The festival will be running from 11am to 8pm each day (except Sat … Continue reading →
On Palm Sunday, as we prepare to journey through Holy Week again we start with a journey with a donkey, just as Jesus did as he entered Jerusalem on the road to Calvary. For our journey, we travelled with a … Continue reading →
Join us to mark the start of Easter weekend with Hot Cross Bun-making on Good Friday (6 April 2012) in the Parish Hall from 3:30pm. After this the children will put together the Easter Garden display during an informal family … Continue reading →
The story of Saint Valentine first came to public prominence through one of the earliest printed books – the beautifully-illustrated Liber Chronicarum (English: Book of Chronicles), which told the story of human history as set out in the Bible. The … Continue reading →
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