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Gwennap takes its name from a Celtic Saint who built a church at or near the site of the current parish church about 1400 years ago. A poll tax levied in 1377 by Edward III on all people over 14...
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Portreath is a small coastal village with a very narrow harbour located about 5 miles north of Redruth. It was once a busy port, importing coal and exporting copper but now only sheltering the...
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Charlestown is the oldest china clay port in the world, and one of the best preserved. A walk around the harbour with its impressive tall ships is like stepping back in time to the days of the mining...
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It's hard to believe that the quiet pools and quays around Hayle were once part of a major industrial port. It supported two globally renowned iron foundries which produced some of the largest steam...
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As you walk through Kennall Vale, a Cornwall Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve, the sounds you're most likely to hear are rushing water, rustling leaves and the songs of woodland birds. But it wasn't...
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On this trail, you'll travel back to the days when the Poldice valley echoed with the sound of mining machinery. Poldice lies in the parish of Gwennap, once described as the 'richest square mile...
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When we admire the clean golden beach and breathe in the fresh sea air of Portreath, it's hard to imagine that this was once a bustling, dirty industrial port. On this two mile trail, you'll find out...
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As you walk around St Agnes, you'll find remains of its mining history all around you. Some you can't miss, like the chimney stacks and engine houses. Less obvious are the tunnels and adits etched in...

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