Golant Heritage Group exists to learn about, preserve and promote material about Golant.

Golant is a small waterside Cornish village,
bounded on the west by the Lostwithiel to Fowey road, the B3269, and descending down to the east to its focal point, the River Fowey.

Located in the parish of St Sampson, Golant has around 110 dwellings with a population of circa 220 people.

Membership of the Golant Heritage Group is open to anyone interested in working towards or supporting the aims of the group.

The main objectives of the group are to:

For more information contact Penny ParsonsĀ here

Recently Added Items

History of Golant School

Golant school.pdf

Short history of the school by John Jenkin

Apple Day Activities

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Photos taken around the village on the Apple Day

A Cornish Cider Press

Cider press at Trevollard farm, Lantreath with David Skerrett, Peter Edwards, Stuart Young talking to owner Roger Pearce

Conversations with the Vincents

Audience with the Vincents.24.01.14.mp3

The Vincents remember village life including cider making

The GHG Apple Day 2015

Pictures of the Apple Day exhibition

Cider song from Golant Cider Project

Song written for the Heritage Group Apple Project

John and Anita Fuge on Cider Pressing

John and Anita Fuge in conversation with Dr Andrew Ormerod and Stuart Young

Cider Making at Tanhay Farm , Golant

8mm film of cider pressing in 1960s