Next year’s Port Navas Regatta will get underway at 4pm on Saturday July 22nd. We do hope you’ll be able to join us.
Whether you are a resident or visitor, we hope you’ll use this site to keep up to date with what’s going on in and around Port Navas.
If you have any photos to contribute, or ideas for other items that could be included on our website, please send us an email. Many of the pictures on our site can be enlarged just by clicking on them. If you want to re-publish any photos please email us.
The Port Navas Village Hall has a full programme of talks, courses and exhibitions. Please check our programme and do come along and support our events. The hall is here for the benefit of the village and we hope the programme is to your liking. All comments and suggestions would be most welcome.
You can book the hall for private and group events by ringing Bernice Wickins on 01326 340718. There is a modest charge.
With typical lack of civic responsibility, BT have removed the phone line from our village call box and are likely to remove the box itself before long. This box may not be used much, but it’s an important emergency lifeline. Many of our elderly residents have neither mobile phones nor internet access; there is no mobile signal anyway in the middle of the village, and many of the houses are unoccupied for significant periods.
According to OFCOM, our unitary council can block the removal of this service. If you believe that it should be retained, please write to, or email, Mark James who is responsible for Customers and Communities at the Communities and Organisational Development Directorate, Cornwall Council, Room 4S, New County Hall, Truro TR13AY. Email: email@example.com
Peggy Sheppard has published a second edition of The Story of Port Navas first published in 1994. This edition significantly expands on its predecessor and should be required reading for anyone interested in Port Navas and the surrounding area.