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Cornwall's Tin Coast

Cornwall’s Tin Coast

Ian Marsh is the general manager of the West Cornwall National Trust. He spoke to us about the continuing importance of Cornwall’s Tin Coast, an area rich in history and wildlife, whose iconic buildings are so integral to the image…

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Dupath Well in Callington

Dupath Well near the town of Callington is said to be the largest and the most impressive well house in Cornwall. Hidden behind some old barns on an ancient farmstead this sacred place was once a site of pilgrimage. The…

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One of Cornwall’s most unmistakable heritage sites, Tintagel is a castle built partly on the mainland and connected to an island jutting out over the Atlantic coast. Tintagel is easily north Cornwall’s most iconic structure and, thanks to its connection…

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Tintagel's Old Post Office

Tintagel’s old post office

This ancient building has to be one of the oldest houses in Cornwall and is certainly one of the most distinctive. Its delightfully ramshackle appearance with a marvellously undulating slate roof makes it seem like something out of a Grimm’s…

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