Launceston Visitor Information Centre has reopened and we are following normal opening hours. The UK Government has lifted most COVID restrictions but their guidance is still to wear face coverings in crowded enclosed spaces. We appreciate visitors who continue to wear face coverings and sanitise their hands when they visit the centre.
Launceston was once the capital of Cornwall and it is easy to see why especially when you catch sight of the Norman Castle dominating the skyline as you approach the town. Situated close to the Devon border and within the picturesque Tamar Valley this once strategic stronghold has retained much of its ancient origins.
Set amidst rolling countryside Launceston is conveniently situated between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor and within easy reach of the north and south Cornish coasts.
Within this idyllic location there are a myriad of places to stay, cosy cottages, boutique B&B's, glamorous glamping and historic hotels. Whether you plan to stay for a night or two or are looking for a family get away there is somewhere for everyone to relax and unwind.
Launceston is well known for the independent shops lining its narrow streets and town square. You will be spoilt for choice when shopping; there are award winning local food producers, shops selling unique crafts and gifts plus there are regular markets to browse.
Some Useful Links for Young People!
Offering one to one support for Young People aged 11-19 years or 25 years with
SEND who need a little extra help.
A referral is required for these services, ask a professional you are working with to
refer you or you can self refer.
Forms can be found on the Kernow Connect website.
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