The Helford River near Merthen Woods
Constantine Carnival
St Constantine
Polwheveral Creek
Sunday Service at St Constantine
Constantine in the snow
Helford Gig
Port Navas Regatta
Doctor's Lane
The church from Doctor's Lane
Port Navas
Bluebells at Calamansac
Constantine from Higher Calamansac

Port Navas

Thursday 18th September to Thursday 4th December

Port Navas Art Group

Tolmen Centre

Friday 31st October

Philip Marsden

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Constantine Literary Group present Philip Marsden 

The award-winning author of a number of works of travel, fiction and non-fiction, including The Bronski House, and The Levelling Sea, will talk about his latest book Rising Ground. an exploration of the mythology and topology of Cornwall.

Light refreshments and wine available from 6.30

Tickets £5

Constantine Arts Society

Saturday 1st November
10:00am - 4:00pm

Arts & Crafts Market

On Saturday 1st. November from 10am to 4pm. Constantine Arts Society are holding an Arts & Craft Market in the Church Hall. Members will be manning their own stalls and will be offering a wide variety of craft, paintings, digital art, prints and cards. Entry is free but we will be grateful for donations for the Hall Roof Fund. So come along and meet some members and maybe pick up a few Christmas presents.

Port Navas

Wednesday 5th November

Soup Kitchen

Tolmen Centre

Thursday 6th November to Saturday 8th NovemberNO CAFÉ TOLMEN

Pipeline Theatre: Streaming

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Falling from a world of virtual wealth, Rosa (15) and her father land in a cheap flat with a reclusive new neighbour – a webcam girl. Blending unforgettable characters, moments of macabre
puppetry and a translucent set, Streaming is a funny, moving and and disturbing rites-of-passage story for the modern age.

Tickets £8, £6 Children Age Guide16+ 

Tolmen Movies

Wednesday 12th November



After he is threatened during a confession, a good-natured priest must battle the dark forces closing in around him.

Tickets £3

Port Navas

Saturday 15th November

An Autumn Blitz on Pope’s Garden

Constantine History Group

Friday 21st November
7:00pmWI Hall

AGM & In The Footsteps of Shackleton

Tolmen Centre

Friday 21st November

Jim Causley and Lucas Drinkwater

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Five times BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominee Jim Causley together with Lukas Drinkwater perform a variety of materials, including Jim’s popular settings of Charles Causley poems.

Tickets £11, £10 

Port Navas

Thursday 27th November

Return to Burma

Port Navas

Wednesday 3rd December

Soup Kitchen

Tolmen Centre

Friday 5th December

Medical Maelstrom

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A tincture of song and laughter dispensed by three Cornish doctors.“Entertain- ment at its very best’.
“A concert worthy of the West End stage”.

Tickets £10 

Tolmen Centre

Saturday 6th December
10:00am - 2:00pm

A Crafty Affair at Christmas


Showcasing local Arts, Crafts and Designer Makers.
Come and join us for some Christmas fun and buy local.
We will also have Santa’s Grotto, Raffle Prize Draw and Cafe serving festive treats on the day.
Closing date for applications is Friday 14th November.
Please apply to

Port Navas

Saturday 6th December

Lighting the Christmas Tree

Tolmen Centre

Wednesday 10th December to Thursday 11th DecemberCAFE TOLMEN OPEN

Miracle Theatre: Dr Livingstone I Presume

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Both a hurrah to courage and endurance and a swipe at the great 19th century ideals, Miracle serves up this curious slice of history in its own inimitable style – and with a huge nod to Victorian Music Hall.

Mixing caustic comedy, seedy songs and second-rate dubious magic, dodgy ventriloquism and spectacle and breath-taking burlesque, the show will genuinely appeal to adults and children 7+.

Tickets £12, £10, Children under 16, £8 

Port Navas

Thursday 15th January

Pigs on Parade

Tolmen Centre

Thursday 15th January

Steve Knightley


The songwriting force behind the phenomenally successful acoustic duo (now trio) Show of Hands, Steve continues his solo ‘Grow your own’ tour of village venues with this appearance at the Tolmen Centre. He is renowned for his strong, trademark narrative songs which reflect the escapades, hopes and fears not only of people in his native West Country but of those beyond, and he pulls no punches when writing highly literate songs about bigger, global issues. Worth the ticket price just to hear the Cornish anthem ‘Cousin Jack’ performed by the Devonian who composed it, but expect an intense and engaging evening with a great musician.

Constantine History Group

Friday 16th January
7:15pmWI Hall

Tombs of our Ancestors

Port Navas

Wednesday 4th February

Soup Kitchen

Port Navas

Thursday 19th February to Thursday 26th March


Port Navas

Thursday 19th February

Village Life and Community Values