The parish of Altarnun oozes charm and character in equal measure, something the Parish Council and residents work hard to maintain. From its picturesque packhorse bridge and church hall, a variety of traditional cottages to the village hall which houses the local shop and post office to the surrounding moorland, where there is a fine network of superbly maintained footpaths. Download the map from our Footpath Network page.
The Parish boasts a thriving primary school and pre-school, likewise, a Duchy League football club https://www.facebook.com/altarnunfootballclub/, adult and youth organisations and other sporting clubs. Trethorne Golf Club is just a few miles east on the A30.
There is also lovely tea room in the heart of Altarnun village, noted as a 'hidden gem'.
OUR PUBLIC ACCESS DEFIBRILLATOR
Installed in the telephone box at Five Lanes is a public access defibrillator with operating instructions on-site and can also be viewed in the following link:Defibrillator Quick User Guide
Situated just off the A30, road links are outstanding and the local bus services allow those without vehicles to travel to nearby Launceston and Bodmin and beyond.
Three excellent public houses within the parish give a warm Cornish welcome, offering good food, accommodation and of course good local ale – The Kings Head, Jamaica Inn & The Rising Sun.