Headings all have links to corresponding web pages
Read our review of 2008 - never mind the woes of the world, just remind yourself of what a great place St Teath is.
Many village events reviewed for 2009.
We highlight village events and developments during 2010, which began and ended with very cold weather.
If you don't know St Teath, or even if you do, try a virtual drive through the village with a guide to what you can see.
St Teath was once served by railway stations at Delabole and Port Isaac Road. Find out more about this line which was closed in 1966.
The clock, a memorial to the dead of St Teath in two wars, is an iconic feature of the village. We take a look inside the clock and and its clockwork mechanism.
Thinking of an interesting walk near St Teath? Why not try our illustrated guide. Two of the walks have been followed by locals as an annual 'Parish Walk'.
Find out how St Teath has been mapped over the last 400 years and take a virtual bird's eye view of 100 years ago.
Most of us can remember our postcodes, but what exactly do the letters and numbers mean. What are they used for and why does St Teath have a postal address of Bodmin?
Average house prices in St Teath fell in 2007 - is this significant? We look at the figures and new developments.
A wealth of information about Tregardock, the only beach in St Teath Parish. Includes the beach, the mine, a shipwreck and almost forgotten paths.
Take a virtual walk through this quiet small hamlet close to St Teath, once the location for an important lead mine.
Download speeds in the village are much slower than in neighbouring areas. Please let us know how fast your connection is.
Once a flour mill and now a saw mill/builder's supplies business run for many years by the Mewton Family.
A photo sequence showing a visit to Tregardock which complements the guide above.
Find out more about St Teath's popular pub in the centre of the village.
We profile Treligga, the most remote hamlet in the parish. Its role has changed much in the 20th century from farming community to one dominated by the holiday industry.
All of these books have a connection to St Teath. Find out what it is from our short reviews. Hopefully you'll be tempted to read more.
Traffic in St Teath. Ever wondered how many vehicles pass through the village every day? Or do satnavs cause congestion? And what about traffic speeds? Find out more here.
There are just as many small businesses in the village now as there were in 1939, but they're not in small shops any more.