Regular meetings held in Calstock and a well equipped base at Tamar AONB, Drakewalls.

This archive has a growing library of materials that is open to the public on two days a week. 

For information contact Ray Laundry, 01752 365009.

Opened in August 1941, this WW2 airfield located six miles south of Tavistock on Roborough Common, operated as a fighter station for the remainder of the war. It was reputed to have been a staging point for Special Operations Executive missions and became HQ to Britain's first Air Sea Rescue Squadron.

The remarkable collection of stationary and working mobile engines, all originally produced by the Robey Works. This is truly a working museum. Open Thursdays and Saturdays and you will get special treatment if you phone ahead.

Tavistock is a World Heritage town. Tavistock Heritage Trust aspire to see our area’s rich and varied heritage is cared for and explained. 

Tavistock Museum is a town museum located in the historic Court Gate. The entrance is in Guildhall Square.

It is open daily 11.00 am to 3.00 pm from Easter Saturday until the end of October. At other times it is closed except by arrangement.

The library is located in Guildhall Square in Tavistock PL19 0AE between the well-known Court Gate archway and Tavistock Museum. The front door is just to the left of the museum entrance.

Local publication that has details of What's On in and around Tavistock.

Tavistock online details what's happening in Tavistock.

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