St Ives Bay Marine Group aims to explore and protect the coastal and marine environment, sharing our passion for the habitats and species that live here.
The 2nd in a series of films about the history of the area of St Ives where our first affordable housing project is.
Morag from St Ives CLT who also works with St Ives TV spoke to Dinky Kennedy, who started it all, along with some of the recipients and one of the volunteer deliverers.
The MyTown campaign gives people a say in how a new generation of Town Deals, each worth up to £25 million, should transform the place they call home.
Morag Robertson, our Chairman has been producing an information leaflet, delivered to every household in the parish which details the help available during this crisis.
South West Mutual is aiming to ‘Rediscover Real Banking For All’.
We aim to establish the first cooperative high street bank only focussed on the South West.
Splendidly situated true seaside course with fine fairways and numerous natural qualities to it such as the stunning views of the coast and sea front.
Long established Cornish charity promoting and developing Voluntary Action and Citizenship. Working in partnership with local people, the Voluntary Community and Public Sectors to create inclusive and resilient communities.
United Methodist Church is situated in the centre of the beautiful seaside town of St Ives. It has limited parking but is within easy walking distance of most amenities.
U3A stands for the University of the Third Age, which is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment.
Professional & Affordable Surf Coaching, mentoring and ocean education for Girls.
The Steeple Woodland Nature Reserve is a 40 acre public open space around Knill’s Monument, overlooking St Ives, Cornwall.
What do you know about the Old Vicarage in St Ives?
As the nation’s leading first aid charity, we want to teach everyone simple, life saving skills
The originally named St Ives Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club was founded in 1884 and was the first tennis club in Cornwall.
Ocean based fun in the heart of St Ives.
St Ives is one of the leading cultural festivals in the UK, covering music, art and poetry events, exhibitions, galleries, guided walks and open artist studios.
We are a small but friendly saiing club in St Ives, Cornwall.
St Ives Rugby Club found in the South West of Cornwall, est. 1887.
Round Table is a non-political, non-sectarian association open to men between the ages of 18 and 45, from any profession or trade.
St Ives Pilot Gig Club was founded in 1990 by a small group of enthusiasts keen to revive the sport which was no longer seen in St Ives.
Membership is open to all whatever your age and whether or not you have Cornish ancestry; we welcome all who care about Cornwall’s distinctiveness.
St Ives Surf Life Saving Club (SISLSC) was originally formed in 1958 and as well as competing in National Surf Life Saving competitions, provided Lifeguard cover on Porthmeor Beach.
St Ives Junior School is a busy and vibrant community where there is a very strong sense of team work and collaboration that supports everyone – children and adults alike – in their learning.
A community based charity project to pass on and demonstrate the seamanship skills used by fishermen of Cornwall, by building and using a traditional fishing vessel only found in St Ives Cornwall. The skills demonstrated are: knot tying, ‘Lug rig’ sailing and single oared rowing, known in St Ives as ‘Scullying’.
At St Ives Infants we all feel privileged to support children in these formative years of their life, providing the important foundations, for their school life and beyond.
Weekly sessions to create a textile collage of buildings around St. Ives Harbour and Wharf Road
St Ives Town FC is a football club located in West Cornwall who’s 1st XI play within the Jolly’s Cornwall Combination League alongside our 2nd XI and various Youth teams.
The Foodbank is a churches together project collecting and producing food for those in need within the St Ives area.
The Club fields two teams in the Cornwall Cricket League playing on Saturdays in Divisions 3 and 5
The band was formed in 2006 by the committee of the St Ives Town Band which has been playing in the town for over 130 years and meets in the Bandroom off the Stennack.
This is affordable transport for anyone over the age of 50.
The choir was formed in September 2004 under the directorship of Katrina Geraghty, the head of music at St Ives Community School.
If you use adult social care, health care or other help and support services, if you fund your own support, or simply wish to find out more about what services and events are provided in your local community, you can find all the information and advice here in one place.
St Ives camera club has been around for some time but is certainly the newcomer to the artistic traditions of the town.
Breathers was originally set up in 2006, in the Liskeard area, by a group of seven patients including Joe Barr and Mick Elliott. They met at a rehabilitation group when they were recovering from serious illnesses and wanted to know what to do when it was time for them to move on from the group.
A photographic, video and written resource about the history and heritage of St Ives in Cornwall.
St Ives Allotment Association is a community group set up to establish and manage the development of allotments in St Ives, Cornwall.
An indoor and outdoor bowling club for any age or level of experience. New members always welcome.
St. Ia, the parish church of St. Ives. It is one of the beautiful cornish churches that are part of the Anglican Diocese of Truro, England (Church of England, C of E).
St Ives Salvation Army is a church and community centre at the heart of St Ives.
The Royal British Legion is at the heart of a national network that supports our Armed Forces community.
St Ives Rotary, is one of many Clubs that make up Rotary District 1175 Cornwall. Rotary is a worldwide network of inspired men and women who translate their passions into social causes, to change lives in our communities
We are the RNLI: the charity that saves lives at sea. Every day of every year, people of all backgrounds get into danger in the water. It’s a problem that we’re here to tackle.
RAIID, Residents Against Insidious and Inappropriate Developments, are a group of residents, who are fed up with the constant stress and pressure we suffer by over development.
Phoenix Singers St Ives is a friendly fun loving four-part harmony choir based in St Ives, Cornwall, singing a wide range of music.
An action group, formed as a result of the proposed increase by Cornwall Council, said people are outraged at the hike – not least because the change only affects St Ives.
St John’s Hall (Monday 7.30pm-9.30pm)
The NCI Station at St Ives is situated high on the extremity of the Island promontory. From here we monitor weather and sea conditions and provide information for mariners, fishermen, walkers and other users of the sea and coast.