The Lanherne Pound House

will be rebuilt, renovated and managed by The Friends of Lanherne Pound House to provide:

a heritage centre where the local history of St Mawgan
and its people can be displayed, to share the story
now and to provide a legacy for future generations

an educational centre with a working cider press
and community orchard where apples can be
gathered and pressed as they were in the past

a flexible community led meeting place for
exhibitions and workshops to activities and learning

Get Involved...

from finding out more and keeping up to date with the project to becoming a friend of The Lanherne Pound House, volunteering your help or making a donation to the project.

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What is the Lanherne Pound House?

The Lanherne Pound House is in St Mawgan, a village next to the North coast of Cornwall. The building and land are currently in a state of great disrepair and ruin. The purpose of the Lanherne Pound House project is to bring the building and land back in to use, a community led project for the benefit of the community and the wider public. The building is part of the rich local history and over time it has been used as both a malt house and as an apple store, its future use will respect this past.

Explore The History...



The Friends of Lanherne Pound House Ltd.

is a charitable company that has been set up to purchase the Pound House and land on behalf of the local history group. The aim of the Company is to rebuild, renovate and manage the Pound House.



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