Photographs of the visit to Leyonne Farm as part of the new project to look at the way farms and land use has changed over the last century
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:
- Research and preserve the history of Golant and surrounding area
- Preserve, maintain and continue the Golant Village Archive in a variety of media formats
- Hold meetings and exhibitions for the benefit of members and the local community
- To create and maintain an interactive heritage website
For more information contact Penny Parsons here