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A pretty church in a glorious location

THERE can surely be few rural churches set in more pleasing locations than St Just in Roseland, a spot worth seeking out among Cornwall’s twisting country lanes. The church dates back to 1261 and was built to replace a Norman church attached to Plympton Priory. And while the building is unusually attractive, it is the … Continue reading

A stop-off in St Mawes

WHILE in Cornwall last week, we stopped to have a brief look around the pretty village of St Mawes. Looking out over the River Fal towards Falmouth, the old fishing port has steep, narrow streets rising from the harbour. Although St Mawes remains a seafaring community, nowadays it is a popular location for retirement or … Continue reading


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