Kelly Mine is a unique example of an early 20th century mine with many original features and machinery.
On Sunday 4th September the Kelly Mine Preservation Society is holiding an open day between 10.30am and 4.30pm. Admission is free. Light refreshments will be available.
Mine machinery, stamps, ore washing strips and incline will be operating. The water turbine and waterwheels will be run if water is available.
Please note there are no toilet facilities on site and there is no vehicle access. Children and dogs must be closely supervised in the interests of safety.
For further information please visit the Kelly Mine website.
Location and Directions
Kelly Mine is situated on the A382, about 500 yards from the Lustleigh junction, towards Bovey Tracey. Free parking will be provided in the Lustleigh show field. Turn off the A382 towards Lustleigh and the car park is 300 yards along the lane. Park at the far end of the field and follow the signs to the mine. There is one high stile and a stream to cross. Less agile passengers can be dropped off on the main road by the mine.