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St Protus and St Hyacinths Church, Blisland

The church is of Norman origins, but was extended in the 15th century. It was restored in 1894 at a cost of £1.300 by F. C. Eden, architect. The chancel was restored by the rector. The window in the end of the south chancel aisle was filled with ...

                                               

St Mary the Virgins Church, Braddock

The current church dates from the 13th to 15th centuries. The font is Norman and there are many good examples of woodcarving in the church: these include the bench ends, part of the rood screen, wagon roofs, an Elizabethan pulpit and two carved p ...

                                               

St Breages Church, Breage

Breage Parish Church is the Anglican parish church of the parish of Breage, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is dedicated to Saint Breage or Breaca, said to have been an Irish nun who came to Cornwall in the 5th-century.

                                               

St Martin and St Meriadocs Church, Camborne

The church is medieval, dating largely from the 15th century. It was restored in 1861-62 when a west gallery which crossed the whole width of the church was removed. New roofs were installed on the chancel, nave and north aisle. The square high p ...

                                               

St Pauls Church, Charlestown

St Pauls Church is an active Church of England church in Charlestown, Cornwall, England, UK. It was built in 1849-51 and has been Grade II listed since 1999.

                                               

Church of St Mary and St Julian, Maker

The Church of St Mary and St Julian is an active Church of England church in Maker, Cornwall, England, UK. The church dates to the 15th century and has been a Grade I listed building since 1968.

                                               

St Cridas Church, Creed

The church of St Crida was of Norman foundation but in its existing form is more or less of the 15th century the tower which had already been built in 1447 however was rebuilt in 1734. Between 1869 and 1906 the church was unused. It has a tower o ...

                                               

St Cubys Church, Cuby

The Church of St. Cuby, Cuby, is in the village of Cuby, Cornwall, England. Since 1967 the church has been designated a Grade I listed building. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Truro, the archdeaconry of Cornwall and the ...

                                               

St Sampsons Church, Golant

St Sampsons Church is the Church of England parish church of the village of Golant, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom; it is dedicated to St Sampson of Dol. St Sampsons features in Simon Jenkinss book Englands Thousand Best Churches, in which it ...

                                               

St Winwaloes Church, Gunwalloe

The church is in the Church of England Diocese of Truro and is dedicated to Saint Winwaloe. It is likely to have been standing since at least the 15th century due to its characteristic three hall church design, although some parts can be dated ba ...

                                               

St James Church, Jacobstow

The earliest records date from the 13th century. On the day after Trinity Sunday, 1270, the Bishop admitted to the rectory Richard de Cetrefort, sub-seacon; patron, Sir Henry de Campo Armilfii Champernowne. In the taxation of Pope Nicholas IV the ...

                                               

St Ladocas Church, Ladock

The parish church of St Ladoca has a fine west tower built of granite blocks. The north side of the church is 13th-century in date while the south aisle is 15th-century and the chancel was much altered by George Street in 1862–64. The contractor ...

                                               

St Hydrocs Church, Lanhydrock

The church dates from the 15th century. Sir Richard Robartes, 1st Baronet made some alterations around The church was restored and the chancel extended between 1886 and 1888. The church was re-opened on 3 October 1888.

                                               

St Brevitas Church, Lanlivery

The church dates from the late 14th century, but most dates from the 15th century. The tower at 95ft dominates the valley. The dedication to Saint Bryvyth or Brevita is unique, and nothing else is known about this saint.

                                               

St Ildiernas Church, Lansallos

The church dates from 1331 when it was dedicated. It was restored in 1883–84 and again in the early 20th century by Edmund Harold Sedding. The chronicler William Worcester, when visiting Fowey, recorded that the church contained the remains of St ...

                                               

St Julittas Church, Lanteglos-by-Camelford

St Julittas Church, Lanteglos-by-Camelford is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England Diocese of Truro in Lanteglos-by-Camelford, Cornwall.

                                               

St Michael and All Angels Church, Lesnewth

The church dates from the 12th century. With the exception of the tower, it was rebuilt between 1865 and 1866 by James Piers St Aubyn at a cost of £700. The contractor was Westlake and Cann.

                                               

St Martins Church, Liskeard

St Martin’s Church, Liskeard is a Church of England parish church in Liskeard, Cornwall, the second largest parish church in Cornwall after St Petrocs Church, Bodmin.

                                               

St Winwaloes Church, Poundstock

The church was originally dedicated to St Winwaloe, but later this changed to St Neot. In the 1970s, the church re-adopted the dedication of St Winwaloe. The transept in the building dates from the 13th century, with the nave, aisle, chancel and ...

                                               

St Probus and St Graces Church, Probus

There was a monastery here before the Norman Conquest which continued to exist until the reign of Henry I. King Henry gave the church of Probus to Exeter Cathedral and the clergy of Probus thereafter were a dean and five canons the deanery was ab ...

                                               

Church of St Nicholas and St Faith, Saltash

The Church of St Nicholas and St Faith is part of the Benefice of Saltash alongside the Church of St Stephen, Saltash. The parish of St. Nicholas and St. Faith Saltash is part of the Saltash Team Ministry in the Archdeaconry of Bodmin of the Dioc ...

                                               

St Andrews Church, Cawsand

St Andrews Church is an active Church of England church in Cawsand, Cornwall, England, UK. The church was built in 1877–78 and has been Grade II listed since 1987.

                                               

Holy Trinity Church, St Austell

The church was originally dedicated to St Austol, a Breton saint associated with St Meven, but is now dedicated to the Holy Trinity. By 1150 it had been appropriated to the Priory of Tywardreath by the Cardinhams, a situation which continued unti ...

                                               

St Columbas Church, St Columb Major

St Columbas Church is a 14th-century, Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England Diocese of Truro in St Columb Major, Cornwall. In 1860 plans were drawn up by William Butterfield, in hope of St Columb church becoming the cathedral of t ...

                                               

Church of St Endelienta, St Endellion

                                               

St Germanus Church, Rame

St Germanus Church is an active Church of England church in Rame, Cornwall, England, UK. Much of the existing church dates to the 13th and 15th centuries. It has been Grade I listed since 1960. The church is dedicated to St. Germanus, a bishop of ...

                                               

St Justs Church, St Just in Roseland

St Justs Church, St Just in Roseland, is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England Diocese of Truro in St Just in Roseland, Cornwall, England, UK.

                                               

St Martins Church, St Martin-by-Looe

The church dates from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. It was restored in 1882 and also in 1907 at a cost of £400 equivalent to £42.600 in 2019 when the eastern portion of the church floor was lowered, the walls underpinned and the pillars were ...

                                               

St Mawes Church, St Mawes

The name of the town comes from Saint Maudez, a Breton saint, and there was a chapel here dedicated to him with his holy well nearby. Its existence in 1427 is mentioned in George Olivers Monasticon and it remained in use until the reign of Elizab ...

                                               

St Winnows Church, St Winnow

The church is probably built n the site of the 7th century oratory of St Winnoc. A stone church was built in the 12th century, probably cruciform in plan, and there are traces of the Norman stonework on the north side. The transept arch was recon ...

                                               

St Tallanus Church, Talland

Talland Church is a Grade I listed building located on the cliff-top at Talland near Looe in Cornwall. It is dedicated to St Tallanus and was built by Augustinian monks from Launceston. The altar of the present-day church is situated on the site ...

                                               

St Tewennocuss Church, Towednack

                                               

St Pirans Chapel, Trethevy

Saint Pirans Chapel is a long, single storey slate construction in the hamlet of Trethevy in the parish of Tintagel, Cornwall, UK. It is a chapel-of-ease in the Anglican parish of Tintagel.

                                               

St Mary the Virgins Church, Week St Mary

St Mary the Virgin’s Church, Week St Mary, also known as the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England Diocese of Truro, in Week St Mary, Cornwall, England, UK.

                                               

St Nicholas Church, West Looe

The church, dedicated to St Nicholas, Bishop of Myra was built either in the 13th or 14th century by the D’Aubigny family, who then held the Manors of Looe. It was endowed on 11 July 1336 by parishioners of Talland, and by Sir John Dawnay. The en ...

                                               

St Annes Church, Whitstone

The church dates from the 13th century. the upper part of the tower and the arcades are 15th century. The chancel, porch and interior were rebuilt in 1882 by Samuel Hooper of Hatherleigh. The renovation of the windows, with the addition of new wi ...

                                               

St Peters Church, Camerton

The church is on the bank of the River Derwent, in a bend surrounded on three east, north and south by the river and on the west by farmland. Access is by a road through fields. There is car parking at the church but no toilet facilities. St Pete ...

                                               

St Anthonys Church, Cartmel Fell

St Anthonys Church,is in the village of Cartmel Fell, Cumbria, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Kendal, the archdeaconry of Westmorland and Furness, and the diocese of Carlisle. The church is recorded in the Natio ...

                                               

St Mary Magdalenes Church, Gilsland

St Mary Magdalene’s Church is a small mid-Victorian Anglican church on an isolated hillside in north-east Cumbria, England. It is the parish church of Gilsland, but is almost a mile from the village and may have been intended as much for the use ...

                                               

Grange Fell Church, Grange-Over-Sands

Grange Fell Church commonly referred to by locals as the Fell Church is a Church of England church in the Grange Fell area of Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, England. It was built in 1907. Its benefice is united with those of St Mary, Allithwaite, St ...

                                               

St Thomas Church, Kendal

St Thomas Church is in Stricklandgate, Kendal, Cumbria, England. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Kendal, the archdeaconry of Westmorland and Furness, and the diocese of Carlisle. The church is recorded in the National Her ...

                                               

St Cuthberts Church, Kentmere

St Cuthbert’s Chuch, Kentmere is a Grade II listed parish church in the Church of England in Kentmere, Cumbria. Its benefice is united with that of St Martins Church, Bowness-on-Windermere; St Anne’s Church, Ings; St James Church, Staveley; Jesus ...

                                               

St Stephens Church, Kirkby Stephen

The Parish Church, Kirkby Stephen is an Anglican parish church in Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria. The Church is Shared between the Anglican and Roman Catholic Population of Kirkby Stephen, holding both Anglican Communion and Roman Catholic Mass.

                                               

St Martins Church, Martindale

St Martins Church, Martindale is located in the valley of Martindale in Cumbria, England. It is often referred to as the "Old Church" to avoid confusion with the nearby St Peters Church which is situated half a mile down the valley. The church is ...

                                               

St Peters Church, Martindale

St Peter’s Church, Martindale is situated in the valley of Martindale in Cumbria, England. The church is located at the top of the hause on the minor road between Martindale and Howtown. It is within the parish of Martindale and is often referred ...

                                               

Newlands Church

Newlands Church is a 16th-century church situated less than 500 metres west of the hamlet of Little Town, Cumbria, England in the Newlands Valley of the Lake District. Its exact date of origin is unknown, but a map of 1576 shows a "Newlande Chap. ...

                                               

St Olafs Church, Wasdale

St Olafs Church in Wasdale Head, Cumbria, is s smallest parish church. The earliest record of the church is from 1550, though it probably predates this, and it is likely that there was an earlier church on this site.

                                               

St James Church, Whitehaven

St James Church is in High Street, Whitehaven, Cumbria, England, at the crossing with the top of Queen Street. It stands in an elevated position overlooking the town. The church is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Calder, the ar ...

                                               

St Cuthberts Church, Dufton

St Cuthberts Church is situated 3 ⁄ 4 mile north of the village of Dufton, Cumbria, England. It should not be confused with the nearby St Cuthberts church, Milburn. It is an active Anglican parish church in the deanery of Appleby, the archdeaconr ...

                                               

St. Cuthberts church, Cliburn

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