If your organisation is based in the Parish and is not listed on this website and you wish to request an entry, please contact the Parish Clerk.
The Perceval Institute was built in the 1890s with its principal donor the Rev Sandford in memory of his wife’s late brother Perceval.
The charity was formed in September 1999 to enable the long term running and control of the building for its community. It is therefore entirely appropriate that the building is now to house as the Community Post Office.
The Perceval Institute has kitchen facilities and toilets. Bookings: Maureen at St Minver Post office on:
T: 01208 863366
Supporting Polzeath’s Voluntary Marine Conservation Area (VMCA). In the centre of Polzeath, nestled between the shops and the pitch and putt on the lane up to Martin Taylor’s campsite, is the treasure trove which is Polzeath Marine Centre. Full of exciting finds, information boards, games, activities and leaflets to take away, there is something for everyone so please pop in and say hello.
T: 07779 896650
Surf Life Saving is one of the fastest growing sports in Cornwall and here at Polzeath we provide training for children aged 7 upwards and adults in all the surf life saving techniques.
Many of our members compete in Surf Life Saving competitions here in the UK and abroad and some even go on to become lifeguards.
T: 01208 863366
These are historic and beautiful churches in one of the most beautiful and sought after parts of Cornwall, and many visitors sense that in entering them – coming in off the beach or golf course, or having stopped at a local inn or just paused for a moment’s peace on holiday – that they have chanced upon holy ground.
(Image courtesy: Matthew Lemin)
St Minver Cricket Club is located in the small village of St Minver, North Cornwall.
We have two adult cricket teams, in Divisions 1 and 4 East; two junior teams at Under11 and Under 15 age groups. We have excellent facilities; including a well-stocked bar, pool table and dart boards.
We have recently upgraded our changing rooms and added a digital scoreboard and new covers. Next on the list is new training nets. Please contact us if you’re able to help with our costs in the form of sponsorship.
T: 01208 863402
First published in 1981, St Minver Link is a high-quality not-for-profit community magazine covering the area of North Cornwall to the east of the Camel Estuary including Wadebridge, Polzeath, Rock, Trebetherick, Tredrizzick and St Minver.
The magazine is financed by advertising and any money received in excess of production costs is donated to local good causes.
T: 01208 880714
The St. Minver Silver Band formed in 1910 originally as the Tre, Pol and Pen Brass Band and by 1919 had become the St. Minver Brass Band.
From 1928 the band was known as the St. Minver Silver Band. Today the band continue to entertain audiences throughout the year at a variety of local events and concerts.
T: 01208 862496