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The church of St Keira is located in the middle of the village of Egloskerry.

This small parish church lies on a hill overlooking the River Fowey. It was built all in one go in the Perpendicular style and consecrated in 1509.

This is one of the most distinctive and spectacular spots in Cornwall.

This small chapel and holy well are located in a pretty, rugged area above the River Inney.

This Iron Age hill fort consists of a circular raised earthwork and ditch enclosing an area about 140 metres in diameter.

A typical Cornish church, St James has a west tower with buttresses, an aisle of seven bays, wagon roofs and a south porch inscribed with the year

This large parish church is a good example of the Gothic Perpendicular style of the 15th century.

This church was consecrated in 1338, and most of the building dates from the 14th century.

To the north west of St Cleer, on the Liskeard Road, there lies an inscribed Anglo-Saxon stone cross, known as the Doniert Stone, which has an insc

This small but appealing well building lies just to the north of the churchyard of St Clarus’s Church.