Category: Cornwall Places



Mevagissey is a village and fishing port approx. Five miles south of St Austell. In 2011 it had a population of 2000 approx. the inner and outer harbours have many…
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Lostwithiel is a small town at the head of the estuary of the river Fowey. In 2011 the population was 4,600 approx. The name Lostwithiel comes from the Cornish word…
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Looe is a small coastal town in the south -east of Cornwall its population is approx. 5,300. It is 7 miles south of Liskeard. It is divided into 2 by…
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Liskeard is an ancient stannary and market town and is approx. 20 miles west of Plymouth and 12 miles east of Bodmin The population of liskeard is approx. 11,400 a…
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Fowey is a small town and cargo port at the mouth of the river Fowey in south Cornwall. Fowey has thrived as a port for hundreds of years initially as…
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Charlestown is a village and port on the south coast of Cornwall – it is approx. 2 miles from St Austell Charlestown port was developed in the late 18 th…
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Callington parish has a population of approx. 6,000. It is a former agricultural market town. Callington rail station closed in the 1960 s Callington was recorded in the Doomsday book…
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tintagel cornwall


Tintagel or TREVENA means village on a mountain. The population of the parish is approx:1700 people. The nearby Tintagel Castle is associated with the legend of King Arthur. Tintagel Castle…
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rock cornwall


  Rock is a fishing village on the coast of Cornwall. It is opposite Padstow. It was originally called “Black Rock” in the 18th century, which is now shortened to…
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Port Isaac

Port Isaac is small coastal village on the north of Cornwall. Various popular TV programmes have been filmed here – Recently Doc Martin and it is also the home of…
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