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The parish church of St Blaize (c1440) was much restored 1839 by Moffatt of Scott and Moffatt.  The building is of granite, in the Perpendicular st

Constructed in 1338, St Ive parish was built to commemorate the Welsh saint Ivo.

Built in the Early English and Perpendicular style, Week St Mary’s church was constructed in the 13th century and the tower was built in 16th centu

The Church of St Buryan is situated above the village of St Buryan , a small village that straddles a wide minor road from Penzance that continues

The parish church of St Bureredus serves the village of St Breward, which is located in a lonely spot on the edge of Bodmin Moor.

The Church of St Germans is essentially within a village inextricably related to the

St Just's Church is located on the edge of the town square of St Just-in-Penwith.

The prosperous village of St Kew is served by the St James's Church.

The church of St Nonna in Altarnum in Cornwall, has one of the highest church towers in Cornwall. Its west tower is 109 ft high.

The church of St Stephens sits atop a hill across the valley from the town of Launceston.