Past events


July 2021

24 Jul

Luxulyan Valley Walk

Sat 24th Jul 2021, 10:30am to 12:30pm

A guided walk of the Valley's rich multi-layered history with Roger Smith. 

Meet at 10.30: Ponts Mill Car Park,  map ref. SX 072 562



June 2021

12 Jun

Beaver Project Visit

Sat 12th Jun 2021, 7:30pm to 10:30pm

A 2-3 hour guided walk around a unique reserve to see what the beavers have been doing since their recent reintroduction to Cornwall. 

Friends of Luxulyan Valley members reduced price of £5 per person, non-members £7.50. 

Booking essential - contact Tracy on 01208 831961 or email


Meet: Woodland Valley Farm, Ladock, Truro, TR2 4PT


Subject to Covid restrictions.

May 2021

22 May

Wildflower Walk

Sat 22nd May 2021, 2:00pm to 4:00pm

A leisurely stroll whilst enjoying the beauty of the Valley's wildflowers with Joan Farmer. 

Booking essential - please email or phone 01726 852603.


Meet: Ponts Mill car park, Map ref: SX 072 562


Subject to Covid restrictions

April 2021

21 Apr

English China Clays Archive Film show - Zoom presentation

Wed 21st Apr 2021, 7:30pm to 9:00pm

A presentation by Malcolm Gould who will be showing us films from the English China Clays archive. 

Please email if you would like to attend and the Zoom link will be sent out nearer the time. 

March 2021

3 Mar

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - to be held via Zoom

Wed 3rd Mar 2021, 7:30pm to 9:00pm

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING followed by a presentation on local food 'EcoEconomics' by Andrew Ormerod.

To be held via Zoom

February 2021

21 Feb

Winter Walk Amongst the Trees - Cancelled until further notice

Sun 21st Feb 2021, 10:00am to 12:00pm

A walk starting in Luxulyan, looking at the trees and their winter plumage. 

Pending further Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines. 

Meet: Luxulyan Village School, PL30 5EE

January 2021

20 Jan

A Wild Cornish Valley - Zoom presentation

Wed 20th Jan 2021, 7:30pm to 9:00pm

A film about wildlife in the Looe Valley presented by Peter McMurdie 

December 2020

16 Dec

Christmas Social and UK National Parks - cancelled until further notice

Wed 16th Dec 2020, 7:30pm to 9:00pm

Come and enjoy an evening of Christmas indulgences, and a presentation by Tracy Elliot on the 70th anniversary of the Peak District becoming the UK's first National Park. 

Meet: Luxulyan Village Hall, PL30 5QA

2 Dec

Westcountry Rivers Trust - RESCHEDULED via ZOOM

Wed 2nd Dec 2020, 7:30pm to 9:00pm

A presentation by Lydia Deacon about how the WRT helps look after our local rivers.

Now to be presented via Zoom - please email if you'd like to attend and the link will be shared nearer the time. 


Members only.

October 2020

21 Oct

Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Climate Change - Cancelled until further notice

Wed 21st Oct 2020, 7:30pm to 9:00pm

A presentation by Howard Curnow on the work of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and how climate change will affect Cornwall.

Meet: Luxulyan Village Hall, PL30 5QA


September 2020

20 Sep

Luxulyan Valley Walk - see note below

Sun 20th Sep 2020, 10:30am to 12:30pm

A guided tour of some of the more obscure parts of the Valley, such as the Royal Train sidings.

Meet: Ponts Mill Car Park, map ref. SX 072 562

Please keep an eye on our website, Facebook and notice boards for up-to-date information on this event. Numbers may need to be restricted, so please register your interest with Joan nearer the time -

August 2020

22 Aug

Fungi Walk - Cancelled until further notice

Sat 22nd Aug 2020, 10:30am to 12:30pm

Discover the world of fungi with our guide Pauline Penna.

Meet: Gunwen Chapel, Breney Common PL30 5DU

July 2020

31 Jul

Work Party - Balsam Pulling on World Ranger Day

Fri 31st Jul 2020 - Mon 20th Jul 2020, 10:00am to 1:00pm

This is also World Ranger Day highlighting the work and sacrifices of Rangers around the world.

Meet at Black Hills car park at 10am. Members only please. 

To keep us all Covid-safe we would request that all attendees:

  • Follow all government guidelines re social distancing and hygiene, no car sharing (unless from same household).

  • Please do not come if you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or feel unwell.

  • If you are in a high risk group you should not attend at this time and those in medium risk group, including those over 70, should consider whether it is safe to volunteer. You should also take into account the risk to others in your household and those who are being shielded. 

  • There will be no sharing of tools and equipment.

  • Please bring your own, gloves, drinks and snacks.

if you would like to come and help, please let Jenny know by email at