Constantine Cornwall

The Parish of Constantine is one of the largest in Cornwall. It stretches from the granite ridge of Carmenellis in the north to the banks of the Helford River in the south and includes the hamlets of Port Navas and Seworgan.

Employment over the centuries has centred on the river, farming and granite quarries. Now with very little quarrying done, and no schooners and barques using the river, tourism is very important, with lots of vessels enjoying the river with its beautiful creeks and small beaches. Walkers, garden lovers and golfers all recharge their batteries in this lovely area.

Constantine’s Fore Street is made up of traditional granite cottages and features a 19th Century Methodist Chapel which is now home to a unique community and arts centre known as the Tolmen Centre, and an accredited Museum.

A fine 13th Century Parish Church, St Constantine, is now home to Monty’s, a community café with free-trade coffee and free hyper-fast wi-fi.

Within the village there is an excellent Spar grocers (8am to 8pm and home delivery) and a General Store with a very large Off-Licence (including 500 different whiskies and an unusually comprehensive selection of wines).

Constantine has a well-supported Social Club featuring live music and sports on the big screen. The Queens Arms is under new management and early reports are encouraging. Just outside the village, a fifteen minute footpath stroll away, is the Trengilly Wartha Inn, a great country pub with real ales, an extensive wine list and excellent food.

The village has a popular Silver Band and an established choir, The Trengilly Singers.

Regular bus services connect Constantine with Helston and Falmouth (both about 7 miles away) and Truro (14 miles).

Tolmen Centre Events

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