St Teath Village Website 2007 - 2013
This section contains all the material from the website 2007 - 2013. The following topics are but a very brief guide to the wealth of information available.
For young and old, organisations in the village form the backbone of community life through education, schools, shows, carnival, parish coucil, sport, drama and much more. Find out more about the opportunities that you may have missed.
St Teath clock is just one of many features in the archive, some with a historical context including St Teath and the railway, mapping the village, Treburgett Mine, saw mills, the A39, books, tithe data and Tregardock. Others have a topical focus like broadband, traffic, drive throughs, property, weather, walks and much more.
Seven online quizzes covering many aspects of the village from house names to bird's eye views. You'll need to be pretty observant to get a good score - you can also compare that score with how others got on.
This is where you need to go first if you are looking into the history of St Teath families. There is a veritable mine of data here, including memorial inscriptions, tithe maps, baptisms, burials, marriages and other resources.
Over 250 back issues of this publication are available as pdf files, from 1989 to 2015. Recent copies are also accessible on the main website.
Find out what others think about St Teath and its website, add your own comments, or bring to light issues that may affect the community. This is the most sought after page on the site.
The White Hart pub with its popular landlord Barry, Kevin the butcher and Steve in the village shop/post office are immediately apparent, but dig a bit deeper and you'll find several more businesses hidden away.