Claire’s Accessories

28-30 Fore Street, St Austell PL25 5EP Tel: 01726 76548 Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 9am to 5:30pm Description: Ear piercing from 4 months old. Adults and children’s hair and jewellery accessories. Hen Party and dress up accessories. Excellent range of fashion accessories including bags, belts and scarves Type: Accessories

The Keay Theatre

Welcome young and old… What do you want to do differently this year? You might be considering making your first visit to the theatre. You might be a regular looking at the latest season of events. What ever category you fall under, we are looking forward to welcoming you into …

St Austell Brewery

Visitor Centre Explore St Austell Brewery’s interactive museum and learn the fascinating story of our pubs, beers, wines and spirits and about the Cornish families who created them. Walk through the Victorian Brewery and see the brewing process first hand, and hear about the secret spring that supplies our water! …

Restormel Arts

Click here to access the Restormel Arts community portal. Where you can find out all you need to know about the arts in Cornwall Restormel Arts events and projects Bookings and listings for Eden, The Keay Theatre, Hall For Cornwall and WTW Cinemas Links to drama groups in Cornwall

Polkyth Leisure Centre

The facilities available at Polkyth Leisure Centre are : In2Fitness a 53 Station air conditioned fully inclusive Life Fitness Gym. 25 m swimming pool with fun play features a teaching pool and diving pit. A large village changing area with plenty of family changing rooms and state of the art …

Kidzworld

Kidzworld is an amazing indoor children’s play area that provides fun and adventure for all ages from 2+. Kidzworld is one of the largest indoor play areas in the South West and is perfect for parties and celebrations. There are a number of themed party rooms to choose from, so …

Fowey Museum

Fowey is the toast of yachtsmen and ramblers, but also of historians and archaeologists. Iron Age Man lived here. The Romans found it already a port. In 1380 the Spanish, and in 1457 the French, tried to raze it to the ground. Drake, Raleigh and Frobisher all sailed from Fowey, …