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Iron bridge 153

To the LSWR (London & South Western Railway) it was known as Bridge No 153 and has been an iconic vista at Padstow since 1899, when the Iron Bridge was first built. 153 more words


Padstow Church


There have been three churches over fourteen centuries on this site.

The 6th Century Church – circa 518

The first was built by Petroc in the 6th century. 217 more words



Crugmeer (Cornish: Krugmeur which means great barrow or burial mound) is a hamlet situated one-and-a-half miles from Padstow


Deverson Family Extravaganza - Cornwall 1

Plans were afoot from the moment of our arrival at the Loveny Cottage, after the others had had a day to sort out their itineraries. Having spent time in Cornwall previously we were fairly flexible, with St. 869 more words

Lannwedhenek [Padstow] Part deux

We had spent our first day in Padstow exploring the town, looking around shops and eating ice creams (read about those antics here!). Today was destined to be a relaxing beach day. 596 more words


Gulland Rock

 Crugmeer lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Almost a third of Cornwall has AONB designation, with the same status and protection as a National Park. 60 more words