Saltash Heritage News Letter

Saltash Heritage produce a news letter three times a year which is free to members (£1 none members)

The newsletter is packed with the latest news, forthcoming events and informative articles about Saltash life


Chairman’s Report

From the House of Commons

Dear Mo

Archaeology Report

Boundary Markers

Stewards Party (the next one)

Photo albums wanted

Saltash Heritage AGM

Thank You party

Membership Secretary

St Anne’s Visit

Textile care training

Outside displays

It will be over by Christmas


Chairman’s Report

Living History

Membership Secretary


Membership form

Mount Edgcumbe Training Ship

Recollections of Alfred Smith

Alfred Smith follow-up

Archaeology Report

Bill Myer’s Tours

Exhibition 2013

Training Sessions


Washday Blues

St Barnabas at 125

New exhibition display

The Big Draw

Ideal for Christmas

The Boiler

New Display Units

Stewards’ Annual Party

Have you paid? (Membership Sec.)

The Saltash Maces

Model Ferry photograph

Model ferry by John Lavens


Front cover

From the Chairman

Fire Beacons to Fibre Optic


What’s in a name? – Part 2

Rota for Stewards

Tamarside Archaeological Survey

Presentation to Saltash Heritage

Ferry 50 Firework


Chairman’s report

Trip to SS Great Britain (page 3)

Membership Secretary Report

Milestones and boundary stones

Rare railway ticket

It’s only a dummy

Cornwall’s first rail accident

Saltash Heritage Presents

A Mayor’s novel solution

Training Sessions

Saltash Heritage AGM

Saltash Heritage Thank You party

It’s a mystery solved

Tragedy at Bere Ferrers

War in the trenches

Lost milestone found

Archaeology report

Back page in colour

Ferry telegraph repeater

Chairman’s report

John Honywill

A night to remember

Town Quiz

Archaeology report

Saltash Ferry telegraph

Help wanted

Stewards Party

Engraving or photograph

Postcard with a story

Tiverton and Taunton

Exhibition 2013

Saltash water supply

Saltash’s other station

‘D’ day and the censor

Museums last day of opening

with story time and lantern parade

Forder Tramway dig


From the Chairman

Please, Sir!


Archaeology report

Steward’s information

What’s in a name?

Monumental  inscriptions

King Edward Mine visit

Plymouth Council Chamber visit

Huntley Cottages

Please, Sir! (new book)



‘Vineland’, a vineyard in Saltash

Cornwall Battlefields project

Antony Passage’s last ferry

Treasurer required

Council Chamber in colour

Fire Station in colour


Chairman’s Report

How NOT to treat a war hero

Archaeology report

Membership Matters:

Quiz triumph

It’s a mystery – solved

Princess Mary 1914 Christmas Gift

Doggie tails

Greetings from the North

Membership of Salash Heritage

Bill Myers Tours (SS Great Britain)

Saltash Chronicles – update

Subs were due

Toute Ensemble

Chronicles in colour

Jackson Transmitter and Receiver


Chairman’s Report

Henry Jackson,  radio pioneer

Olympic Torch at Saltash

Archaeology Report

A Life of Brian

St Stephens Churchyard Project

News from the Secretary

A day out in Somerset

Saltash Ferry Telegraph

HMS Saltash

How much was that house!!!

Opening day

Exhibition book

Dock dung    


From the Chairman  


Dock dung – full story 

Lady Astor House visit

St. Stephens church visit 

Changing face of Saltash – Rodney

Stewards party

Visit to Falmouth &

King Edward mine   

Visit Plymouth Council Chambers

Tamar Archaeological Survey

Please Sir appeal

May Fair appeal

Visit to Plymouth Synagogue

The big draw

Ancient monument at Waterside

Party pic

St. Stephens in colour 


Chairman’s Report

Heritage news


Letter from John

A farmers tale

Archaeology report

It’s a mystery

Your museum needs you

Goodbye to John

Training sessions

Bodmin jail

Thank you First Forum

The games we played

Saint Faith’s Chapel, Saltash

Courtroom experience

Victorian drain uncovered


Washday Blues

Water, Water book

Stewards Party


Chairman’s Report

Stewards Party Report

Fire beacons to Fibre Optics,

Family History Days

Museum Opening Times

Rota Organisers 2012

What’s in a name? continues

The life of Brian

Memory Loan Boxes

Stop Press - exciting news


Forthcoming AGM

Sweatshirts and Polo Shirts

80,000 gallons of water

Pukapuka – Island of Danger

Tamar Archaeological Survey

Stewards Part Photographs

Model of RAB                                

From our Chairman                             

Tamarside Archaeological Survey      

Waterside life                                      

The big draw                                      

News from the first floor                    

Fagans trip report                               

St. Stephens Church visit                  

Lady Astor House visit                     

Exhibition 2011                           

Keeping the Museum going        

Dunheved Rd                                

U3a Genealogy Group                 

May Fair 2010                              

Membership news                        

From the Editor                           

All in a photograph                     

Beetle Drive                                

Museum opening