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This is a community website for the village of St.Dennis in Cornwall.

Herein lies a wealth of information about the village today and also days gone by.

Information about many of the organisations in the village can be found in the community directory.

Links to business and organisation websites is included along with their contact details.

Contributions are welcome from anyone who has information or photographs relating to the village that might be of interest.


Site Last Updated - Wednesday 11th. May 2022

It has recently been brought to our attention that items on the St.Dennis Village Website
have been copied/saved and used on other websites without requesting permission to do so.
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Horse & Motor Vehicles to St.Austell
by
Adrian Wilson

Please Click Here To View The Article


Photographs

St.Dennis Scenes


"Springtime in St.Dennis"

Beautiful Cherry Blossom at the entrance to"The Old Rectory"

Photograph used with kind permission from Simon and Alice Margetts

The OldRectory


Parish Council Logo
Parish Council Logo


St.Denys Parish Church Organ Recital

By

Michael Teague

Saturday 9th.April 2022

A wonderful performance by an amazing musician

Please Click Here to View Photos


Memoirs of Margaret and John Pearn
World War II September 1939 to September 1945

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ClayTAWC
Training, Work &
Community Centre

Please use the link below to see the wide range of activities held at
ClayTAWC and groups to join. Rooms also available to hire.

Please Click Here


Reminder

St.Dennis Cancer Research Group
Coffee morning/table top sale at ClayTAWC
The last Saturday of the month 9.30am – 11.30am


The One Chimney House

Please Click Here


St.Dennis Band & Imerys Mid Cornwall Male Choir
Christmas Carols 2021

Photographs - Please Click Here


How St.Dennis Nearly Got A New Church
In Kent Close !

An Article by Adrian Wilson - Please Click Here


St.Denys Church
Festival of Christmas Trees

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St.Dennis Remembrance Day

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May Jewels Historic Photo Collection

Gallery 5 Added

Please Click Here To View The Gallery


Ken Rickard - Cornish Bard

Congratulations to Ken Rickard on becoming a Cornish Bard

Ken Rickard

Please Click Here To View The Full Article


St.Dennis Place Names

By Adrian Wilson

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An Appeal for Information

Tim Trevenna's Book "Who Cares ?"

Please Click Here for More Information


St.Dennis Shops and Traders
1930's to 1960's

an article by Reginald Rabey

Please Click Here for the Article

Please Click Here for the Map

The map is best viewed with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Adobe Acrobat DC Reader
Please zoom in on the map to around 400%


New Plan of St.Dennis Cemetery

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"Who Cares?" War Memorial Book by Tim Trevenna

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Please refresh this page regularly to ensure you see the latest information
For earlier reports, stories, information and photos please check out

"Village News"


Please also visit the Facebook St.Dennis Past and Present Page

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Please note the "St.Dennis Village Website" and the "Facebook St.Dennis Past and Present Page" are two totally separate bodies.


If your organisation has an upcoming event in the village
please let us know and we will place it in the

"Events Diary"


Helpful Contacts

St.Dennis Parish Council has issued a detailed list of Helpful Contacts

To see the list use the link below
If possible, please print the list and keep it nearby

Please Click Here


Clay Parishes

Thoughts and Reflections

Revd. Canon Paul Arthur and Revd. Emma Childs

In this time of self isolation and social distancing Revd. Canon Paul Arthur and Rev.Emma Childs
will be sending words of support and prayers to people via e-mail.
If you would like to be added to their e-mail list please send them an e-mail
by using the "Please Click Here" button below

Please include your name and e-mail address in your e-mail.

Please Click Here

If you need a chat, don't forget you can ring Paul on 822317 or Emma on 822236,
and we can all help and support one another just by keeping in touch
and offering a friendly voice on the end of the phone.
Many will find the isolation - or even having young children around all day - quite difficult.


Just a reminder that
"Our Health and Air Quality The True Facts"
A free book by Ken Rickard is still available
from the Spar shop, the chemist and direct from Ken


Please Click Here for Details


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