Cornish Clubs and Organisations

Nankersey

Today, Nankersey Rowing Club meet almost daily at Mylor Harbour with both squad training and leisurely and novice rowing. We involve everyone from the local community from the age of 13 upwards and enjoy healthy competiton crews, but also enjoy leisurely rows, eg rowing out the Tall Ship Salomon during

Nanpean Rovers FC

Nanpean Rovers

National Trust

National Trust

Looking after miles of coast and countryside in Cornwall. Stay in our beautiful campsite in Lansallos, or one of our holiday cottages in South East Cornwall and on the Roseland Peninsula, go surfing on the north coast at Godrevy and Chapel Porth and take part in our many events and

National Trust - Antony House

Still the home of the Carew Pole family after hundreds of years, this beautiful early 18th-century house contains fine collections of paintings, furniture and textiles. The grounds, landscaped by Repton, sweep down towards the Lynher estuary and include formal gardens with topiary, a knot garden, modern sculptures and the National

National Trust - Boscastle

Much of the land in and around Boscastle is owned by the National Trust. This includes the cliffs of Penally Point and Willapark, which guard the sinuous harbour entrance, Forrabury Stitches, high above the village and divided into ancient 'stitchmeal' cultivation plots, as well as the lovely Valency Valley. Note:

National Trust - Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps

This is one of the most popular destinations on the Cornish coast. Spectacular clifftop views stretch across Bedruthan beach (not National Trust). The Trust has rebuilt the steep cliff staircase to the beach, but visitors need to be aware of the risk of being cut off by the tide. Note:

National Trust - Cotehele Mill

This working mill is an atmospheric reminder of the recent past when corn was ground here for the local community. A range of outbuildings includes a traditional chairmaker and a pottery, along with re-creations of wheelwrights', saddlers' and blacksmiths' workshops. Note: no toilets or parking (park at Cotehele Quay).

National Trust - East Pool Mine

East Pool Mine lies at the very heart of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site which celebrates the extraordinary technology that shaped the modern world. Exploring the site reveals many reminders of its innovative past, including two great beam engines, preserved in their towering engine houses. Each day, the restored

National Trust - Fowey Estuary to Pencarrow Head

Breathtaking natural beauty and a spectacular coastline, combined with the pride and vitality of a working Cornish port, lends this area its unique character and charm Don't miss:Spectacular walks around the natural harbour and coastline Tranquil wooded creeks Secluded beaches and sandy coves Inspiration for generations of writers,

National Trust - Glendurgan Garden

Lose yourself in the three valleys of Glendurgan Garden – full of fun, natural beauty and amazing plants. Discover giant rhubarb plants in the jungle-like lower valley and spiky arid plants basking on the sunny upper slopes. Wander through the garden down to the beautiful hamlet of Durgan on the

National Trust - Godolphin

A beautiful and romantic place, with a long and fascinating history. Time has stood still here, giving the garden, house and surrounding estate buildings a haunting air of antiquity and peace. The garden is largely unchanged since the 16th century. The estate walks are rich in prehistoric and mining archaeology.

National Trust - Godrevy

Awe-inspiring expanse of sandy beaches around St Ives Bay. Wild cliffs, rich in wildlife and archaeology, with popular café. Note: beware of cliff edges, unstable cliffs and incoming tides. Toilet not always available.

National Trust - Lawrence House

A Georgian town house, Lawrence House was built in 1753 in Launceston, once the county town of Cornwall.

National Trust - Levant Mine and Beam Engine

In its dramatic clifftop setting on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, Levant was, for 110 years, ‘the queen of Cornwall’s submarine mines’, with undersea levels stretching more than a mile out under the sea. Today, as part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining World Heritage Site, Levant embodies

National Trust - St Michael's Mount

Still home to the St Aubyn family (which runs and maintains it in partnership with the Trust) as well as to a small community, this iconic rocky island is crowned by a medieval church and castle – the oldest buildings dating from the 12th century. Immerse yourself in history, wonder

National Trust - Tintagel Old Post Office

Built around 1380 as a farmhouse, this building never actually sold stamps, but has had various uses across the centuries. The homely rooms are mostly furnished with 16th-century oak furniture, whilst the cottage garden at the back provides a peaceful retreat from the bustling high street. Note: nearest toilet, 54

National Trust - Trelissick Garden

National Trust - Trelissick Garden

On its own peninsular with ever-changing views of the estuary of the River Fal, Trelissick has one of the most amazing natural settings in the country.

National Trust - Trerice

Narrow lanes with high hedges suddenly reveal the exquisite beauty of the intimate Elizabethan manor house. Behind 576 panes of glass is the Arundell family's magnificent Great Hall with its refined plasterwork ceiling. Upstairs the Great Chamber has an even finer ceiling and views out to lands once part of

National Trust North Cornwall Countryside

The National Trust looks after some of North Cornwall's most beautiful countryside. The ranger teams cover two areas, Holywell - Tintagel and Boscastle to Morwenstow. Both teams are regulalrly out and about carrying out practical conservation tasks and looking after the National Trust land for the enjoyment of everyone.We regularly

Nearwater Events

Nearwater Events

We organise sporting and other events in Cornwall

Nel Savage

Nel Savage

Qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer & Buggyfit Instructor specialising in pre & postnatal exercise

Netball Local

Netball Local is a project run by Cornwall Sports Partnership. Throughout the project duration there will be a variety of fun, informal, social netball activities for females to get involved in (min age 14).So, why not grab your trainers, grab a friend and get involved!

New Era Fitness Club

We offer gym memberships from £9.99 a month, and class memberships form £10 a month. Our large fitness studio offers a wide variety of fitness classes, ranging from yoga to Taekwondo, so there really is something for everyone. We are a friendly and welcoming gym with the aim of making

New Leaf

New Leaf

Personal trainer; kettlebells and circuits instructor

Newbridge Athletic

Newbridge Athletic

We are a new football club based in Truro, we started in August 2013 and play our football in the Trelawny League. We have big goals for the future to add youth football and grow the club to be well established within football in Cornwall.

Newlyn Non-Athletico Football Club

Newlyn Non Athletico were formed in 1990, when a group of friends decided to work off a hangover one Sunday morning by kicking a ball around. After several years in the West Penwith league we joined Mining 3 in 2002 and won promotion in our first season. Our first team

Newlyn Trinity Short Mat Bowls Club

Newquay

Established in 1921, is the oldest club on the gig rowing circuit. Based at Newquay Harbour, Newquay Rowing Club is a thriving rowing & social club open all year round providing Newquay and the surrounding area with recreational and social opportunities.

Newquay Adventure Centre

Newquay's largest adventure activity provider. Contact us for Kayaking Trips & Tours, Powerkiting and Buggying, Outdoor Rock Climbing and Abseiling Training, Mountain Biking, Coasteering Courses, Scuba Diving, Sailing and Surfing Lessons!

Newquay and District Rifle Club

Newquay and District Rifle Club

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