About the town
Transport Local groups Useful information
Hall with toilets and kitchen in the centre of town available for hire. Many regular events are held here.
Contact: John Gilbert - Hall Manager on 01208 873673 or email treblig lineone.net
Lostwithiel Labour group
Our chair is Sarah Gabert, contact number 01208 873 267 and we meet monthly in The Royal Oak.
16 Queen Street, Lostwithiel, Cornwall PL22 0AD 01208 872325
The Environment Group was instrumental in the conservation of Shirehall Moor, an estuarine salt marsh rich in wildlife which is easily accessible from Coulson Park. The group runs a variety of events ranging from practical activities to talks and photography competitions. Projects for the next few months include identifying ways to significantly enhance the riverside areas in the town. Please contact Caroline Yates for details about joining or upcoming events. More information on the Lostwithiel Environment Group webpage.
Contact: Caroline Yates 01208 871099
Friends Of St Bartholomew's Church, Lostwithiel (FOSB)
Raises money for the maintenance of the church through holding fund-raising events and soliciting regular and one-off donations.
Contact: Peter Chew, Secretary on 01208 872977
Lerryn Area Minibus
Volunteer drivers take our community minibus from Lerryn via Lostwithiel to local towns, shops, garden centres and places of interest. Charges are very modest, and a phone call books you a place. In addition you can hire the bus for their own activities. View the L.A.M.A timetables
Contact: Annie Singer on 01208 871272
U3A stands for the University of the Third Age which is a self-help organisation for people who are retired, semi-retired or no longer in full time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment. Lostwithiel Area U3A is a U3A Group located in South East Cornwall drawing our members mostly from Lostwithiel and the surrounding areas of Lerryn, Lanlivery, Golant, Bodmin and Fowey.
Contact: via Lostwithiel Area U3A website
Lostwithiel Business Group (LBG) was formed in 2001 in response to the needs of all businesses in the town. LBG's objective is to originate and promote activities to benefit and advance the commercial interests of the town of Lostwithiel. This website is funded by LBG members.
Contact: Adrian Barratt on 01208 873912
Lostwithiel Community Centre opened in 1983 to provide facilities for the local community. It was built with much energy from the people of Lostwithiel and is run by local people. The Lostwithiel Community Association is a Registered Charity and relies on a small number of dedicated staff and voluntary helpers.
Contact: Community Centre on 01208 872 207 or via facebook @lostwithielcommunitycentre
New Sunday Programme for 2012 (starting February) Every week 5 - 6pm. In the Army Cadet Drill Hall, Lostwithiel. We also hold various social and youth events.
Contact: Graham & Pam 01208 873305 or email@example.com
Lostwithiel Town Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Council meetings are open to the public. There is an agenda item for Public Participation when members of the public have the opportunity to address the Council on matters relating to Lostwithiel.
Contact the Town Clerk on 01208 872323 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Main website: www.lostwithieltowncouncil.gov.uk
The Forum has been active, in one shape or another, since 2001 with a mission to pursue the economic and social development of Lostwithiel and adjacent parishes.
Location: The Platform, Lostwithiel Railway Station, Grenville Road, Lostwithiel, PL22 0EW
Contact: John Scott Chairman on 01208 871656 e-mail lostwithielforum "at" gmail.com
Main website www.lostwithielforum.org
The Twinning Association exists to bring closer the communities of Lostwithiel and its twin town of over 30 years, Pleyber Christ in Brittany. An annual exchange visit is organised with the host town alternating each year and visitors hosted by local families, and many social events held to raise funds. Speaking French is not a requirement, and anyone is welcome to join. Read more about the Lostwithiel Twinning Association
Contact: Fred Smee (chairman) or Anne Smee (events secretary) 01208 871095 or Nick Warrick (publicity officer) 01208 871499
Rotary Club Of Lostwithiel
Members of the Rotary Club of Lostwithiel all want to do a little bit of good, and to have a bit of fun whilst doing it. Some have lived in or around Lostwithiel all their lives, and others have relocated from other parts of the country. The diversity which this brings to our club both enlivens our fellowship and enhances our capability to make things happen.
Meets: weekly on Thursday nights at the Restormel Lodge Hotel
Contact: Rotary Club of Lostwithiel website
Contact: Hilary Woolcott on 01208 872335