Constantine Cornwall

There is no doubt the spread of Coronavirus will have an increasing impact on our community. With that in mind several of our community organisations have come together to offer assistance to those who have no available relatives or friends and are self-isolating, unwell and housebound, worried or afraid.

We can help with:

Shopping and delivering to your door.

Picking up and delivering prescriptions.

Help with pets, dog walking, trips to vets.

Having a chat with you on the phone.

If we can help then please do get in touch:

01326 340259

07807 134606
(text only)

Constantine Church, Transition Constantine, Farmers Market, WI,
Friends of Constantine Surgery, Constantine Social Club, Spar Shop

The Tolmen Centre has greatly reduced all forms of activity in light of the public health crisis.   Current public events have all been cancelled, and most of our regular users have decided to suspend their activities for the time being, though we have not completely closed the building.

The summer programme leaflet will not be produced this time.

The website will be updated regularly with news of cancellations as they are confirmed.   All ticket holders who have booked online will be refunded automatically.

Our intention is that events which have been cancelled will be rescheduled for future dates but at present we can have no knowledge of what will happen in the next few months.

The Tolmen Centre office phone is being monitored but please be tolerant of any delay in response.

We look forward to resuming activities when normal life returns.

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.

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.

The Parish consists of Constantine village, and the hamlets of Port Navas and Seworgan. Constantine’s Fore Street is made up of traditional granite cottages, with a 13th Century Parish Church, and 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.

Within the village there is an excellent Spar grocers (8am to 9pm and home delivery) and a General Store with a very large Off-Licence (including 500 different whiskies and an unusually comprehensive selection of wines).

There is a first class Doctor’s Surgery with a dispensary; a village pub (The Queens Arms), and a Social Club. 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 also has a popular Silver Band, as well as numerous Village Groups supporting a wide range of social activities. There are regular bus services to Helston and Falmouth (both about 7 miles away) and Truro (14 miles). The village taxi service is operated by Constantine Carriage Company (01326 341291 / 07890 489040).

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What’s On

If you're planning to hold an event that you'd like to see listed here please contact us with the details.

Farmers’ Market


Constantine Church Hall

Second Saturday
of each month

9.30am to 12 noon


Ponjeravah Old Boys

John May would like to hear from any one who was at Ponjeravah School in the 1950s.

Please email:

Tolmen Theatre

Sunday 26th April


Caroline Horton

Directed by Alex Swift and produced by China Plate

Every now and then a piece of theatre crosses our path which is as deeply affecting emotionally as it is magnificent theatrically. Such a piece is ALL OF ME by Caroline Horton.

Tickets £10

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Port Navas

Friday 8th May - Thursday 14th May
11:00am - 4:00pm

Port Navas Art Group Exhibition

The group’s ninth exhibition, a display in various mediums by amateur local artists.

Tolmen Music

Sunday 10th May


The eagerly anticipated return of this powerhouse trio from Scotland – concertina, guitar and fiddle combine to amazing effect. Their appearance last year earned the band a standing ovation from a packed auditorium, and we expect the same this time round.

Tickets £12 (£6 under 16)

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Tolmen Music

Saturday 30th May


Lau will be coming to the Tolmen Centre on Saturday May 30th 2020.  Their ‘Unplugged’ concert tour will feature two sets: the first will be stripped down and all-acoustic, while the second will feature their electronics, loops and wild effects, giving us the best of both worlds.

“…the most musically adventurous trio in British folk – exquisite and hypnotic, musicianship at its best” ***** (Guardian). 
We are expecting high demand for tickets, which are now available and already selling, online only.

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Port Navas

Wednesday 3rd June
10:00am - 12:00pm

Pope’s Garden Squad

Come and give our community garden a summer tidy up.

Make Pope’s Garden a pleasant place to sit.

Gardening and chat followed by well deserved coffee and biscuits! Bring your own gloves, trowels etc.

Tolmen Music

Sunday 21st June

Madison Violet

Tickets £12, £6 (16 and under)

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Port Navas

Saturday 18th July
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Tea in the Garden

Cream tea at Poltoge, Port Navas.

Courtesy of Tiffa and Jeff Meadows.

Tickets £5  from Tiffa 340340

Port Navas

Saturday 1st August

Port Navas Regatta