South Hill Connection Committee:
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|Committee Member||Sue Palmer|
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Parish Contact List:
|Parish Hall bookings:||Andy Budd 389328 or 07727443810 or email|
|Rector:||Revd. Dr Joe Lannon 01579 37196 or email|
|Cornwall Councillor:||Sharon Daw email|
|Parish Council:||Mrs Jenny Hoskin (Clerk to the Council) email
Farmers’ Markets: find them listed here on the Tamar Valley Tourism Association (TAVATA) website
South Hill Association For Renewable Energy: A Community Benefit Society aiming to encourage and support sustainability in the Parish through renewable energy and other means. Visit the SHARE pages to find out more
Callington Heritage Centre: with photographs of the Parish; transcripts from church registers of births, marriages and burials; and other interesting historical information
Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty: The Tamar Valley, bordering Cornwall and Devon, is one of the most beautiful and historically significant areas in the UK. The Valley was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1955
Drawn to the Valley: A group of local artists formed in 2003, mainly as a support network but also in order to promote the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and to contribute to the regeneration of the local economy
Lynher Valley Session: “a loose collection of musicians, or maybe a collection of loose musicians” (as it says on their website), including members from South Hill Parish. If you enjoy folk and country music, or any live music in pubs, check out their site for Session Dates. These people have to be heard to be believed!
Young Farmers Club: There is a thriving branch in Callington, open to all young people (not just farmers!). Young Farmers enjoy a busy social life, plenty of organised (and disorganised) events, and make many contacts with other clubs all over the UK. If you are interested to find out more, see Facebook
Lynher Valley: Everyone joining the Lynher Valley group is doing their bit to help protect our glorious Cornish countryside. They invite you to support our local businesses and the local economy and help to make those important differences for a more sustainable future. If you are a business in the Lynher Valley area you can join and share ideas, advice and tips for taking small steps to make a difference.
The Lynher Valley group run events such as the Art & Craft Trail in August 2014, inviting you to visit studios and galleries in the area.