St Just & St Mawes Heritage Group

St Just & St Mawes Heritage Group

The heritage group was set up in November 2007 and although we have been unable to find suitable premises to date, we’ve collected many old photographs and our annual exhibitions in the Millennium rooms, St Mawes as part of the Roseland Festival are well attended and very popular.

We shall be staging many more in the coming years, so watch out for news of them on our Facebook Page.

All photographs and ‘memories’ posted on our website (http://sjsm-heritage.co.uk) are for your enjoyment, however, if you find a discrepancy in any of the details on the site, please do let us know.

You can support the group by becoming a member of our Friends Group at the great price of £5.00 per year. This entitles you to free entry to the opening night of our Exhibitions and reduced entry to our film nights. You will also receive a newsletter keeping you up to date with all our recent news. To join, please contact Alan January on 01326 270381.

In the mean time, take a walk along old streets, view old buildings and maybe even discover some familiar faces. And if you have some historical photos yourself that you’d be willing to share, then email us with them and we’ll be glad to post them for everyone’s benefit.

Alternatively, maybe you have an old recollection or memory you’d like to share about St Mawes’ or St Just’s bygone era? Or you remember an old story that you recall hearing? If so, we’d be glad to include that in our ‘memories’ section.

Please follow this link to see the many photos and information we have online, email us if you have any input or suggestions, sjsmheritage@aol.co.uk, or join us on our Facebook page by clicking here.

We look forward to hearing from you!

1 Comment

  • Hello
    My brother lives in St Just and as I have an interest in genealogy I thought it would be interesting to find stories of those buried in the church there…one was William Nancarrow b 1799 St Just and buried there 1850 – he moved to St Mawes with his family as a boatman and was drowned in an accident 2 April 1850….witness was a Rice Lowry who was a carpenter – possibly a passenger on his boat? I am always interested in the social background and wonder if you can suggest sources/books where I can find more about boatmen’s lives then and if there was a local newspaper which might have carried a report – and if so where to access.
    Thank you fot any advice you are able to give

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