to the Web-Site for
The PARISH and VILLAGE
near Tavistock in the County of Devon
Gulworthy is a Parish and small Village on the western
edge of Devon, extending down to the River Tamar in the west and nearly
to the attractive and bustling
market town of
Tavistock pm the east. .
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Gulworthy was a busy and
prosperous mining area, producing large quantities of copper, tin and
arenic. Gulworthy is now incorporated in the
Cornwall and West Devon Mining-Landscape World-Heritage Site.
Most of the presnt residents of Gulworthy live in hamlets and scattered f
armhouses, but the Village itself contains a small number of houses and
a primary school, a church, a village hall and two caravan / tent campsites.
Other West Devon Web-Sites
Okehampton-Devon, Lydford and Tavistock-Devon
Dartmoor National Park The Beauty of the Tamar Valley