- Callington was once a prosperous wool and mining town, it
has great character and hosts the popular Honey Fair in the Autumn. Horace Warpole was its
Member of Parliament from 1741 to 1754.
- The 15th Century Church of St. Mary has a fine alabaster
monument to Lord Willoughby de Broke (1452-1501). The Railway almost
reached Callington in the 19th Century, terminating at Kelly Bray about a mile
north of the town, the line with considerable
- support at the time survived the cut backs in the 20th century but was
truncated at Gunnislake.
- Harrowbarrow in the Tamar
Valley is in the heart of what was once market garden land and
prior to that a mining area. Plenty of mining buildings remain in
- Local towns and villages to visit..
- Saltash Cornwall.
- Looe is the centre for shark fishing, and fully
equipped boats can be hired. There is good fishing on the Fowey
- There is good sailing to be had at Looe,
and Fowey. Fowey and Polperro have regattas in Aug, Polperro in