Constantine Cornwall

Village Groups

1st Constantine Brownies

Girls 7 to 10 years. Meet in Church Hall, Fridays

Contact:  Mrs. L. Sole, 52 Fore Street, Constantine (01326) 340722

1st Constantine Guides 

Girls 10+ to 15 years.  Meet in Church Hall, Fridays 7.30 – 9.00pm.

Guide Leader: Mrs R. Nicholls, Vicarage Terrace, Constantine (01326) 341320

Mobile (07533) 221782

Guider: Miss H. Downing Stithians (01209) 861647


Produced by the Constantine Enterprises Company, Tolmen Centre, Constantine.

Editorial Team: Ben Symes,  Russ Johnston, Lottie Bowser and Caitlin de Silvery

Contact via email or telephone (01326) 341129

Items for inclusion to 49 Fore Street, or Tolmen Centre Constantine, please. 

Copy always wanted – items for sale; dates & events; club reports etc.

650 copies printed & distributed bi-monthly.

Constantine Agricultural Association

Chairman: Mr. P. Carter, Trengilly Farm, Constantine (01326) 340883 

Annual Show – 1stSaturday in July. A super day out at Trengilly Farm!

Many trade stands. Cattle, horses & dogs. Craft & domestic tent. 

Constantine Amblers 

Contact: Mr. R. Rashleigh, 30 Penbothidno, Constantine (01326) 340047

Contact: Mrs. G. Gove, Tresahor Praze, Constantine (01326) 340266

All year round. Footpath walks, locally and out-of-parish. Meet in Constantine Church Hall car park Wednesdays fortnightly at 1.30pm (winter) or 6pm (summer).

Constantine Arts Society


Constantine Arts Society is a group of enthusiastic amateur and professional artists, which came about in 1974 when a few local people decided to paint together in the village hall.

Today, 40 years on, the Arts Society is still flourishing with over 70 members.

The Society holds an annual, very successful Summer Exhibition, which welcomes everybody to view and buy.

The Society also hosts workshops, social and leisure events, all featured on their website:

Constantine Bridge Club

Meets in W.I. Hall Wednesdays, 2pm – 4.30pm.

Contact: Mr. G. Doubleday, Church Square, Constantine (01326) 340112

New Bridge playing members welcome. 

Church Hall User’s Committee

Treasurer/Booking Sec: Mrs. J. Parshall, Vicarage Terrace, Constantine (01326) 340236

Cottage Garden Society

Chairman: Mr. H. Bolt  01326 340306
Treasurer: Mr. D. Burke  01326 341018
Membership Secretary: Mrs. B. Willoughby  01326 340083

Winter meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7.30pm in the WI Hall except February which starts at 7.00pm.

The Summer Show is held on the 3rd Saturday of July in the marquee on the recreation field.

Constantine & District Twinning Association

Twinned with Pont-Croix, Brittany.

Chairman: Mr. Eric Williams, 8 Comfort Wartha, Constantine (01326) 341440

Secretary: Mrs. Mary Owen, Lower Treworval, Constantine (01326) 250700

Treasurer: Mrs. Marian Saunders, Manor Mill, Constantine (01326) 341269

Committee Members: Gia Shaw, Penny McGovern, John Richards, Maggie Mackenzie, Henry Sneesby, Antonia Elleman.

Formed in 1982, the Association covers the parishes of Constantine and Gweek and is twinned with Pont – Croix in Brittany.  Every year, either they visit Constantine or Constantine visits them.  

A newsletter called “Salut!” is published regularly and a lively French conversation group caters for beginner and intermediate speakers.

Contact Gia Shaw: (01326) 250769

Constantine Drama Club

Tolmen Theatre Company – Meets in Tolmen Centre, Fore St, Constantine, Thursdays 7pm.

Contact: Jon Welch, Tolvan Cross, Gweek (01326) 341045

Active and enthusiastic group, all ages welcome to come along. 

Constantine Enterprises Company


Chairman: Mr. D. Just, Tresidder, Doctors Lane, Constantine (01326) 340434

Directors: Mrs. T. Clowes,  E. Moore & G. Shaw, Messrs. J. Agnew, C Pugh, P. Tatham, R. Thomas.

A Company (limited by guarantee) managing a variety of projects within Constantine Parish. Company No 3554035 – Charity No. 1071856

Constantine History Group 

Meets in W.I. Hall,

7.15 pm, 3rd Friday in the month (not Dec)

Chairman: Mr Geoff Roberts  01326 340154
Secretary: Mr Don Garman  01326 250604
Treasurer: Mrs Melanie Richards  01326 340421

The History Group has seven winter meetings of local history talks and four summer outings organised by the Group to local places of historical interest.

Constantine Kid’s Club

Meets in the school from 8-8.45am and 3.15-6pm

In the Pre School Building and  run by Constantine Primary School.

Please book in advance through the school secretary, Christine Beswick: (01326) 340554

A great facility for children from 4 to 11 years. For short term planned or emergency supervision by trained staff.  Outdoor activities are always on offer with the use of the school field, playground and adventure areas as well as fun things to do indoors. All children are welcome.

Constantine Memories Club

Tracey Clowes (01326) 340279

Group recording on CD the memories of Constantine’s parishioners, to form an archive locally and also as part of a national scheme.

Constantine One & All Club

Meets in Social Club, monthly, Monday afternoons.

Contact: Mrs. S. Coot, 16 Trebarvah Road, Constantine (01326) 340050

Varied and interesting programme of speakers and entertainers during the Winter; outings and coach trips organised during the Summer. Over 40’s welcome. 

Helford River Scout Group

Beavers 6 -8 years  Meet MCA Hall, Mawnan Smith, Thursday’s 5.10 -6.26pm

Cub Scouts 8 -10+ years  Meet MCA Hall, Mawnan Smith, Thursday’s 6.30 – 8.00pm

Sea Scouts 10+ – 14 years, Wednesday 6.30 – 8pm. Meet Constantine Church Hall with various venues.

Sea Scout leader: Scott Woyka, Vicarage Terrace, Constantine  (07968) 332092

Helford River Scout Group Contact: Sue Rosevear (01326) 250225

Aim to help young people achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, by taking part in a variety of activities and experiences.

Women’s Institute

The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more in- volved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation’s aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrated its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs.

The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.