Where's The Tea Hut reflects upon local football South West style with a few trips further afield. Keep the faith & stay safe.

Sunday, 18 February 2018

Launceston Grub Hunters

Tension mounts at the Tea Hut window, this blokes buying all sorts!

Launceston FC

South West Peninsula League


Launceston play in the Premier Division over at the neat and tidy Pennygillam ground. Its got a bar, hot drinks, hot food and a seated main stand.

Like most grounds in the South West the pitch can start to suffer midway through the season but that's down to the wet weather rather than a lack of attention from the ground staff.

There are two main roads into Cornwall, the A38 which takes you over the Tamar Bridge at Plymouth or the A30 which slogs up and down the rollercoaster past Okehampton. On this A30 route Launceston is the first town you meet over the Cornwall border.

The town has got a Castle, a Tesco's and a narrow gauge Steam Railway.

It also sports one of the best fish and chip shops for miles around, the much under publicised 'Francines'. Get the Cod & Chips, you'll be full for a week.

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