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Saltash Working Men's Club
Fore St
Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 6JL
Tel: 01752 842863 

 


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Saltash is a flourishing modern town with historic roots stretching back to the 12th century. Situated on the west bank of the beautiful river Tamar, Saltash acts as a gateway between Cornwall and Devon, whether travelling by road, rail or river. As well as the attractive setting, Saltash can also boast a wide range of excellent facilities whatever your needs, from schools and housing, to industrial estates and transportation links, to beautiful river-side walks, entertainment, dining and leisure amenities. Making Saltash a perfect place to work, live or just visit.  What's on in Saltash

 

Social Clubs in Saltash

   
Gunnislake Social Club
Fore Street
Gunnislake Cornwall PL18 9JG
Tel: 01822 832889
Lostwithiel Conservative Club
16 Queen Street
Lostwithiel Cornwall PL22 0AD
Tel: 01208 872325
   
Saltash United Fc Social Club
Club House/Kimberley Stadium Callington Road
Saltash Cornwall PL12 6LA
Tel: 01752 845746
Callington Social Club
Well Street
Callington Cornwall PL17 7AU
Tel: 01579 383103
   
Calstock Social Club
The Quay
Calstock Cornwall PL18 9QA
Tel: 01822 833941
Looe Social Club
Mayorality House The Quay
Looe Cornwall PL13 2BU
Tel: 01503 262479
   
Lostwithiel Social Club
Fore Street
Lostwithiel Cornwall PL22 0BL
Tel: 01208 872335
Saltash Working Men's Club
The Mansion Fore Street
Saltash Cornwall PL12 6JL
Tel: 01752 842863
   
 
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Saltash is a town in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It has a population of about 16,000. It lies in the extreme southeast of Cornwall, facing Plymouth over the River Tamar. It is in the Caradon district and is known as "the gateway to Cornwall". Saltash means ash tree by the salt mill. The community school in Saltash was designated as a Science and Mathematics & Computing Specialist College in September 2004, and renamed to saltash.net community school. Saltash is also the location of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge, opened by HRH Prince Albert on May 2, 1859. It takes the railway line across the River Tamar. Alongside it is the Tamar Bridge, a toll bridge carrying the A38 trunk road, which in 2001 became the first suspension bridge to be widened whilst remaining open to traffic. Saltash railway station is close to the town centre. It was hoped that the empty buildings could be restored as a visitor centre for the bridge, but they have instead been purchased by a property developer. The cottage of Mary Newman, Sir Francis Drake's wife, can be found in Saltash on Culver Road downhill from Saltash railway station. There have been both real and fictitious Royal Navy ships named HMS Saltash. "Saltash" is also a popular traditional Cornish tune. Nearby are the castles at Trematon and Ince. The town expanded in the 1990s with the addition of the large new estate Latchbrook, and is currently growing further with the recent building of another housing area, Pilmere. More on Saltash 


 

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