Cornish Churches, Chapels and Cathedral

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Pictures of Truro Cathedral and some of the many churches and chapels in Cornwall, Many of the village chapels date from the early days of Methodism in Cornwall. Sadly more than half of these chapels either no longer exist or have been converted into living accommodation, offices, restaurants, shops or are just derelict.

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Truro Cathedral: Quire

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 The name is from the Celtic words for "church" (eglos) and "estuary" (heyl) which is why it is pronounced eglos-hayle and not eglo-shayle. North Cornwall, Cornwall England, Truro Cathedral, Celtic Words, Places In Cornwall, Bys, Graveyards, Cathedrals, Ancestry

Egloshayle to Dinham Bridge

A circular walk in the Allen Valley from Egloshayle though the broadleaf woodland alongside the River Allen past the mills of Hingham and Lemail, returning via the Celtic Three Holed Cross and the remains of Castle Killibury which from mediaeval Welsh texts is thought might be one of King Arthur's several castles.

Truro Cathedral from Boscawen Park, Cornwall. Photo by Tim Green aka atoach Truro Cornwall, Devon And Cornwall, Cornwall England, Truro Cathedral, Great Britain United Kingdom, St Just, Church Architecture, England And Scotland, Viajes

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If we’re going to have to wrap up our bodies in layers of clothing for the next few months, we might as well indulge our foodie sides

View over Minster church, Boscastle, Cornwall from the lane North Cornwall, Cornwall England, Truro Cathedral, South Devon, Great Britain, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Buildings

Boscastle to Minster Church

A short circular walk from Boscastle through bluebell woodland alongside the River Valency to the ancient Celtic churchyard and sacred spring at Minster, returning along the River Jordan, beside which Bottreaux Castle was once situated, and Boscastle's Old Road.

A circular walk through the wildlife reserve around the reservoir lake, past crumbling ruins of Fir Hill Manor and via farmland, a mill and wooded vales that were also once part of the great estate. Truro Cathedral, Kingdom Of Great Britain, Cornwall England, Place Of Worship, Old Buildings, British Isles, Natural Beauty, Wildlife, Photos

Porth Reservoir and Colan church

A circular walk through the wildlife reserve around the reservoir lake, past crumbling ruins of Fir Hill Manor and via farmland, a mill and wooded vales that were also once part of the great estate.

A short circular walk in the tributary valleys of the River Valency through bluebell woodland beside a stream, and across meadows rich in wildflowers to the ancient Celtic churchyard of Lesnewth. Truro Cathedral, Cornwall England, Place Of Worship, British Isles, Beautiful Creatures, Woodland, Birth, Houses, Mansions

Lesnewth Church to Hallwell Woods

A short circular walk in the tributary valleys of the River Valency through bluebell woodland beside a stream, and across meadows rich in wildflowers to the ancient Celtic churchyard of Lesnewth.

ZENNOR: water wheel and church at Zennor, a small hamlet on the coast road between St Ives and Lands End, Cornwall. Devon And Cornwall, Cornwall England, Truro Cathedral, Water Wheels, St Ives, Le Far West, Lost Art, Windmills, Cathedrals

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Mawgan Porth to St Mawgan circular walk - 4 miles - easy-moderate - Cornwall North Cornwall, Devon And Cornwall, Cornwall England, Truro Cathedral, Places In Cornwall, South Devon, Place Of Worship, Out Of This World, Beautiful Buildings

Mawgan Porth to St Mawgan

A circular walk from Mawgan Porth along the Vale of Lanherne, following the river Menalhyl to St Mawgan and returning past the 800-year-old cloistered Convent where the sanctuary light has been burning for hundreds of years.