01579 320251
Opening Times*
Monday – Saturday
10am-5pm (8pm Aug.)
Entry Prices*
Adults - £7.00

Children 3 to 15 - £5.00

Open All Year... Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm (8pm August)...Come and explore some of Cornwall's industrial heritage.

Date: Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December

Time: 10am to 5pm

Entry: Show £2 U16’s free

Guided Tours Adults £7 3-15’s £6 (includes show entry)

Alternative Christmas Present Show

It’s our annual Alternative Christmas Present Show! 

Open from 10am till 5pm the show is a culmination of months of planning!

The stalls range from minerals, gems and fossils from International and National traders complimented with many local crafts, as well as faery fun!

As well as visiting the stalls, why not enjoy our gardens and woodland walk which is full of faeries and dragons to hunt! 

So whether you are looking for something different to add to a collection or a family treat do come along!

Hot food and bar available from mid day. 

Entry is still only £2 with children under 16 free.

We hope you can join us… 

The stall holders for this years show are

Rod Booth, London ~ Gemologist ~ Gemstones & Minerals specialist. Due to family illness, Rod has unfortunately had to withdraw from this years show. Some of his minerals can be found in our Crystals and Crafts Shop.

Chris & Jill Hughes ~ Cornish Crystal Cavern ~ Minerals, crystals, esoteric gifts and more

Daniel O’Connell ~ Wire animal sculptures ~

Cornwall Wildlife Trust ~ Membership & gift ideas ~

Cancer Research UK ~ Fundraising crafts and gifts including bottled fruits and infused Gin

Pam the Avon Lady ~ Avon gifts including toiletries and mini gift hampers

Carnglaze Weddings Table

Deborah Ough ~ The Dragon Knot Studio ~ Chinese knotted jewellery and wall hangings ~

Joy Vernon ~ JOY ~ Crystals, jewellery, wands etc

Dave & Gill Naylor ~ Green Glass Collectables (Uranium Glass)

June Hide ~ Knitted toys & gemstone jewellery

Teresa’s Cabin ~ bottle lights, jewellery & gifts

1st St Neot Scout Group ~ Plant sale and handmade bird nesting boxes

Shirley Rodding ~ Fluffy White Cloud Crafts ~ Art work & gifts; ‘have-a-go’ crafts

Samuel Barlow ~ White Stag Craft ~ Gemstone jewellery

Petra Le Carpentier ~ Earth Vibes ~ Crystals & Djembe Drums

Rhoda Hayes ~ Beeswax candles, polish, Black butter (apple condiment) etc

Val Williams ~ Embroidered crafts

Pippa Handley-Cooke ~ Pip Essence ~ Well-being sprays imbued with crystals, sounds and other natural vibrations ~

Lorraine & Rob Lynch ~ The Peculiar Pixie ~ repurposed wood crafts, fairy art, jewellery and more

Linda Toms ~ Wooden crafts with snowmen and robins

Carol Bryant ~ Handcrafted seasonal gifts e.g. wreaths, trees and angels

Philip Bramhill ~ Beat Root Drums ~ mini hand pans and tongue drums ~ or

Hannah Wood & Aaron Colliver ~ Legacy Of Destiny ~ Wire wrapped crystal jewellery

Charles Boney ~ Looe Valley Vineyard ~ Homemade wines, juices etc

Kirsty Wright ~ Oils from Nature ~ Essential Oils

Annie Keegans ~ Pirans Soft Play ~ Selling brownies and promoting Pirans Playful Piskies Soft Play Centre

Neil Hick ~ Neil H is a composer/musician from Devon and has been producing music CDs for relaxation, healing and alternative therapy for over 25 years. or

Sunday only

Cheryl Nosworthy ~ Fairy Horse Art ~ equine art with a pinch of fairy dust! Original art, greetings cards and gifts ~

Sas Houghton ~ Sassy Beanies ~ Handknitted hats 

Christine Coombes ~ Homemade cakes, fudge & jams including Gluten Free

Kirk & Donna Elvidge ~ Macrame Crafts

Open in the Walled Garden

Carnglaze Crystals & Crafts Shop featuring ~ John Morris ~ World Fossils and Minerals

Rhianon Webb ~ faery art and painted glass

Fran Green ~ Hand painted/pyrographed wood work

Kirstyn Smith ~ Fused Glass

Addy Oliver ~ ‘The Wishing Forest’ gift bags

Shirley Rodding ~ framed paper art

Anthony Spears ~ ‘Ethereal Spirit’ artwork

Rose Stuart ~ Carnglaze slate sun catchers

Fairtrade Indian soapstone pendants

Plus ideal stocking fillers: Carnglaze memorabilia eg mugs, jute bags for life, pens, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, binoculars, torches, notepads, keyrings, fridge magnets and more; tumblestone pendants; gemstone necklaces and bracelets.

Ticket Office

Pam Cutmore ~ Pam’s Jams ~ homemade preserves, jellies and jams, and chutneys

Transport links

Bus  Train  On Foot  Bike  Taxi


Carnglaze Caverns can best be found off the A38. From Liskeard, there are brown tourist signs directing to Carnglaze just before Trago Mills. From Bodmin the signs are just past Trago Mills.

From the A30, turn off at the sign for Colliford Lake and follow the signs to St Neot. Drive through the village and Carnglaze is about a mile south of the village, on the left.

(Routes are highlighted in red on the map below.)

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