With the help of his grandmother’s memoirs, Rob Evans tells the story of a charming little village on the south coast of Cornwall. Possibly best-known for its little railway, it is surely one of Cornwall’s jewels in its crown. Pentewan is situated on the south coast of Cornwall, four miles from St Austell and two…Continue Reading “Pentewan”

Following his articles about Barripper and Kehelland, David Oates now moves slightly east to introduce us to the third element in his trilogy – Troon. Set high on a hill above Camborne, Troon is unusual in Cornwall where large villages are not common in the way that they are in other parts of the country….Continue Reading “Troon”

In this instalment of Kernow’s Smaller Villages, Kiera Smitheram returns to her home village of Angarrack to explore its rich and surprisingly industry-shaping history, as well as reflect on how living there shaped her. Tucked on the eastern outskirts of Hayle on the North Coast of Cornwall, Angarrack is commonly associated with the signpost for…Continue Reading “Angarrack”