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Our walking trail of Falmouth.

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We have also produced a German version for our many German visitors.


Committed to the preservation and enhancement of the beautiful and historic Cornish town of Falmouth.

The Falmouth Civic Society was formed in 1972 and since that time the Society has played its part in bringing influence to bear on the planning process to secure the preservation of the maritime and architectural history of the town whilst at the same time supporting renewal where appropriate by sympathetic and complementary development.

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The first of our blue plaques. This one to Robert Hunt, pioneer photographer, scientist and writer at 4 Kimberley Park Road.

Robert Hunt

Professor James Ryan who gave the talk about Robert Hunt and Professor Mike Jenks, Chair of Falmouth Civic Society.

Dates for your diary:

16th April 2018 2.30pm

"Falmouth Rocks- at least 450 million years in the making" by Francis Howie

Bay Court, Cliff Road, Falmouth

15th May 6pm

Talk on Falmouth ambassadors by Phil Boddy

Bay Court, Cliff Road, Falmouth

12th June 2.30pm Visit to the Artists’ graves at Falmouth Cemetery, Pennance Road led by Glyn Winchester.  
Tuesday 3rd July Visit to Shelterbox Charles Street, Truro

Thursday 30th August 3pm

Walk with Frank Iddiols looking at O.S. benmarks. followed by tea at Grove Hill House by kind permission of Prof Mike and Mrs Margaret Jenks

 Meet at the Dell car park

Falmouth's Neighbourhood Plan has been approved by Falmouth Town Council. It has now gone to the County Council, after that to the Inspector and then, there will be a referendum of town residents.

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