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Helford

Helford is a village in west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated on the south bank of the Helford River and is approximately five miles south-southwest of Falmouth. The Helford, in the parish of Manaccan. The village has a pub, vill ...

Helford Passage

Helford Passage is a village in west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated on the north bank of the Helford River opposite Helford approximately five miles south-southwest of Falmouth. The village is in the civil parish of Mawnan, bef ...

Hells Mouth, Cornwall

Hells Mouth is situated northeast of Gwithian on the South West Coast Path in the county of Cornwall, England, UK. The land is owned by the National Trust. It is part of a group of cliff faces in the area with a cafe not far from the edge. In 201 ...

Hellandbridge

Hellandbridge is a hamlet in Cornwall, England, UK. It is about a mile west-northwest of the village of Helland on the River Camel and next to the railway line to Wenford Bridge.

Helman Tor

Helman Tor is a tor in mid Cornwall, England, UK. It is a nature reserve managed by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. It is a County Geology Site and a Scheduled Ancient Monument. It lies on the Saints Way. It is adjacent to Red Moor Site of Special S ...

Helscott

Helscott is a hamlet southwest of Marhamchurch in north Cornwall, England. It is on the A39 road and nearby to the east is East Helscott. According to the Post Office the 2011 census population was included in the civil parish of Poundstok.

Hendraburnick

Hendraburnick is a farmstead near Davidstow, Cornwall, England. On Hendraburnick Down is the source of the River Camel. In the medieval period, Hendraburnick was a manor held under the castle of Launceston.Feet of fines records that in 1383 some ...

Henwood, Cornwall

Henwood is a hamlet in the civil parish of Linkinhorne in east Cornwall, England. Henwood is on the edge of Bodmin Moor and situated between Stowe Hill and Notter Tor.

Hersham, Cornwall

Hersham is a hamlet south of Kilkhampton in Cornwall, England. Hersham is near Grimscott. According to the Post Office the population at 2011 census was included in the civil parish of Launcells

Hewas Water

Hewas Water is a hamlet in mid Cornwall, England, UK. It is off the A390 road near Sticker and about 5 km west southwest of St Austell. It is in the civil parish of St Mewan

High Cross, Constantine

High Cross is a hamlet in south Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated one mile east of Constantine village and approximately four miles southwest of Falmouth. High cross in the parish of Constantine, Cornwall. In 1993, a medieval ston ...

Higher Boscaswell

Higher Boscaswell is a hamlet near Pendeen in west Cornwall, England. It is east of Pendeen and on the B road from St Ives to St Just.

Higher Porthpean

Higher Porthpean is a village south of Duporth and contiguous with Lower Porthpean in Cornwall, England. It has a small church, dedicated to St Levan that is a Grade II building, and that seats 48 people. The church is a Chapel of ease to St Aust ...

Higher Tolcarne

Higher Tolcarne is a hamlet in Cornwall, England". It is near St Mawgan, Tolcarne was one of the two Cornish manors of this name recorded in the Domesday Book, 1086. It is in the civil parish of Mawgan in Pydar

Holy Vale

Holy Vale is a minor valley and small settlement within, on the island of St Marys, the largest of the Isles of Scilly, England. Situated inland, nearby are Maypole and Longstone. The name of the Holy Vale was originally La Val in 1301, it comes ...

Holywell, Cornwall

Holywell is a coastal village in north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is at Holywell Bay, about three miles west-southwest of Newquay. Holywell beach adjoins the settlement to the Northwest and penhale camp, formally the army training esta ...

Horningtops

Horningtops is a hamlet south-southeast of Liskeard in east Cornwall, England in National grid square SX2760. It is in the civil parish of Dobwalls and Trewidland.

Horsedowns

Horsedowns is a hamlet east of Leedstown, south of Praze-an-Beeble and in the civil parish of Crowan, in West Cornwall, England. The village is located in Tregonning and Trewavas Mining district of the Cornish Mining UNESCO world heritage site. O ...

Hugus

Hugus is a hamlet in west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is three miles west of Truro. It is in the civil parish of Kea

Idless

Idless is a hamlet north of Truro in Cornwall, England. The River Allen rises north of St Allen and flows southwards through the Idless Valley into Truro. It is in the civil parish of Kenwyn Estate Idless was recorded in the doomsday book of 1086 ...

Illogan Highway

Illogan Highway is a village on the A30 main road west of Redruth in Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is in the civil parish of Carn Brea. Thomas Merritt 1863-1908, who wrote several Christmas carols, including "the Song joyful sound! Saved" and "LO! ...

Insworke

Insworke is a hamlet in the parish of Millbrook in southeast Cornwall, England, UK. A fair and annual market were held here from 1319.

Jollys Bottom

Jollys Bottom is in west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated approximately a half mile north of Chacewater and straddles the main line railway. The village is in the civil parish of Chacewater and the birth and burial from Jollys bo ...

Joppa, Cornwall

Joppa is a farmstead settlement in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated approximately one mile southeast of Hayle and is in Hayle civil parish.

Kelly, Cornwall

Kelly is a hamlet in the parish of Egloshayle, Cornwall, England. Next is Kelly rounds, or castle Killibury, iron age settlement, located near the A39 trunk road approximately two miles East of Wadebridge.

Kelynack

Kelynack is on the Penwith peninsula approximately four miles 6 km north north-east of Lands End and one mile 1.6 km south of St Just. It lies along the B3306 road which connects St Ives to the A30 road, and is the last settlement before the road ...

Kenidjack Valley

Kenidjack Valley, sometimes referred to as Nancherrow Valley, is a steep-sided valley in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The Tregeseal river flows down the valley and empties into the Atlantic ocean a few hundred yards to the North of Cape Cornwall 50. ...

Kennards House

Kennards House is a small settlement in east Cornwall, United Kingdom, situated at grid reference SX 287 830 in the civil parish of South Petherwin. Kennards house is half a mile from the Large village of Tregadillett and three miles 5 km West fr ...

Kenneggy

Kenneggy comprises two separate hamlets, Higher Kenneggy to the west and Lower Kennegy to the east, in Cornwall, England, UK. They are situated in the west of the civil parish of Breage, 5 miles east of the town of Penzance. To the South is the b ...

Kenneggy Downs

Kenneggy Downs is a hamlet on the A394 in Cornwall, UK. It is situated in the west of the civil parish of Breage, 5 miles east of the town of Penzance. On 3 September 1879 a tenement was sold by auction at Kanneggie Downs. The hamlet contains a p ...

Kernick

Kernick is a settlement in west Cornwall, England, UK. It is a part of the town of Penryn, now a suburb of Falmouth. The name Kernick is a derivative of Cernic / Carnak meaning rocky in Cornish, like Carnac in Brittany/ Kernick is located near th ...

Kerrier Hundred

The hundred of Kerrier was the name of one of ten ancient administrative shires of Cornwall, in the United Kingdom. Kerrier is thought by Charles Thomas to be derived from an obsolete name of Castle Pencaire on Tregonning Hill, Breage. It is like ...

Kersbrook Cross

Kersbrook Cross is a hamlet in the parish of Linkinhorne in Cornwall, England. It is on the B3257 road from Plusha to Callington.

Kestle

Kestle and Kestle Mill are hamlets in Cornwall, England. They are situated south of Quintrell Downs, Kestle Mill is on the A3058 main road. It is in the civil parish of St Ewe Kestle is an ancient village, originally called Kestell to king John, ...

Keybridge

Keybridge is a hamlet in the parish of Blisland, Cornwall, England. It is named after an old stone bridge across the De Lank River. The bridge is built of granite and dates from the 17th century or earlier, it is a Grade II listed building. It is ...

Laddenvean

Laddenvean is a small settlement in southwest Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It lies immediately north of, and adjoins, St Keverne village 7 miles south of Falmouth.

Ladycross

Ladycross is a hamlet near Werrington in Cornwall, England. It is on the B3254 road half a mile north of Yeolmbridge.

Laity Moor

Laity Moor is a village 2 miles north-west of Penryn in Cornwall, England. The name derives from the Cornish "goon lety" meaning "dairy downs". Laity is thought to mean Dairy from Lait, meaning Milk, and -ty meaning house) The Laity family come f ...

Lamellion

Lamellion is a hamlet in Cornwall, England. It is half a mile southwest of Liskeard and nearer to the town is Lamellion Hospital. The hospital building was the work of John Foulston, 1839, and was built as a workhouse.

Lamledra

Lamledra is a house near Gorran Haven in Cornwall, England, UK. It is situated immediately above Vault Beach. It was built in 1911 by the barrister, John Fischer Williams, and extended in the 1920s. It was formerly the residence of the Oxford aca ...

Lamorick

Lamorick is a hamlet in Cornwall, England. It is half a mile north of Lanivet {where the population for the 2011 census was included.} on the A30 main road.

Lamorran

Lamorran is a village 3 1 ⁄ 2 miles southeast of Truro in Cornwall, England. Lamorran lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The provision of additional Church was built in the mid 13th century and was never increased. It wa ...

Landrake with St Erney

Landrake with St Erney is a civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The parish population at the 2011 census was 1.115. Parish Church of St. Jernej Terninus of the article dedicated to St Terninus, Terney or classic style is also the p ...

Lanescot

Lanescot is a village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is in a former mining area, about four miles east-northeast of St Austell and four miles west-northwest of Fowey. The Saints Way long distance footpath passes through Lanescot.

Langdon, Cornwall

Langdon is a hamlet in north Cornwall approximately five miles north of Launceston, it is west of Canworthy. Langdon sits at 50.6839’ latitude and -4.40239954’ longitude Links

Langore

Langore is a village in Cornwall, England. It is in the parish of St Stephens by Launceston Rural and is about halfway between St Stephens and Egloskerry.

Lanjeth

Lanjeth is a village near St Austell in Cornwall, England. It is in the civil parish of St Stephen-in-Brannel The neighboring small towns as follows: St. Stephen, foxhole, Trewoon, sticker and Combi.

Lank, Cornwall

Lank is a settlement in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated approximately one mile south of St Breward and six miles east-northeast of Wadebridge in St Breward civil parish. It is in the civil parish of Blisland. The village consist ...

Lantyan

Lantyan is a settlement in Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is situated on the west side of the River Fowey just over a mile south of Lostwithiel. Lantyan wood is in the care of the forest trust. It is located South from the village and covers the st ...

Latchley

In 1879 the "Foundation stone of our long wished for church was laid". Latchely church was designed by Piers St Aubyn, the same architect as Gunnislake. It was built three years later than Gunnislake at a cost of £1.147 as a chapel of Ease dedica ...