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  Cornwall - The Encyclopedia
Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow) is a county in South West England, UK, on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.
Cornwall is considered one of the six historic "Celtic nations" by many residents there and some question the present constitutional status of Cornwall, referring to it as a Duchy which is separate from England.
The remainder of the centre and south of Cornwall is comprised mainly of Devonian sandstone and slate.
www.the-encyclopedia.com /description/Cornwall   (5625 words)

  
 Cornwall - Cornwall24
Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow) is a region at the extreme South-West of Britain on the peninsula that lies to the west of the low water mark on the eastern bank of the River Tamar.
Cornwall is particularly known for its igneous outcrops, which include the granite of Bodmin Moor and the areas around Camborne and Land's End, and the dark green serpentine of the Lizard Peninsula.
This is a list of the main towns and cities in the county; for a complete list of settlements see list of places in Cornwall.
wiki.cornwall24.co.uk   (3286 words)

  
 Cornwall at AllExperts
Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow) is a county in South West England on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.
Cornwall's coast is a tale of two halves: the placid estuaries and wooded valleys of its southern seaboard are a massive contrast to the raw, serrated, guttural cliffs of the awesome northern seaboard.
North Cornwall's raw appearance is partly due to the fact that it faces out to the Celtic Sea, and partly due to the fact the stretch of coast between Bude and Tintagel is composed of Devonian slate/Carboniferous Sandstone cliffs that are not found in southern Cornwall.
en.allexperts.com /e/c/co/cornwall.htm   (4074 words)

  
 Cottages in Cornwall
Cornwall (Cornish: Kernow) is a county in the UK on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.
Cornwall is considered one of the six historic "Celtic nations" and some question the present constitutional status of Cornwall, referring to it as a Duchy which is separate from England.
Cornwall has a relatively high retired population, with 22.9% of pensionable age, compared to 20.3% for the United Kingdom.[20] This may be due to a combination of Cornwall's rural and coastal geography increasing its popularity as a retirement location, and due to the emigration of younger residents to more economically diverse areas.
www.jobshampshire.com   (5027 words)

  
 birding facts Birding Resources by the Fat Birder
Cornwall is a very long county, extending 86 miles from the north Devon border to Land`s End, this is compensated for by its breadth, for although it is 46 miles across at its widest point in the east, it narrows steadily as one travels westward - its average width is only about 20 miles.
The Birds of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
Cornwall Members` Group arranges guided walks, many aimed at newcomers to birdwatching, throughout Cornwall all year round and holds indoor meetings, mainly in the Truro area, between September and April...
www.fatbirder.com /links_geo/europe/england_cornwall.html   (2378 words)

  
 GENUKI: Cornwall
A list of burials from the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry at Zillebeke, Belgium in 1915 is available on-line.
The Cornwall County Asylum, for the reception of private patients and pauper lunatics was located in Bodmin.
The index was created to enable the AMO to place on one card, all of the details about an individual's medal entitlement, their rank or ranks, the unit or units they served in, the first operational theatre they served in and most importantly, the original AMO medal roll references.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/Cornwall   (13261 words)

  
 Accessibility Information for Services and Accommodation in Cornwall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Click here for a full listing of accommodation providers who are members of the Quality Cornwall Programme with facilities for visitors with disabilities.
Cornwall has some of the most diverse and interesting places to visit, many with facilities for visitors with disabilities.
Click here for a list of walks in Cornwall which are suitable for visitors with disabilities.
www.cornwalltouristboard.co.uk /accessibility.asp   (1248 words)

  
 Cornwall County Council - Cornwall Record Office
The 4,000 or so 'abandoned mine plans' for Cornwall held at the Record Office (reference MRO) are being removed for digitisation by the Coal Authority in late January 2007.
It is expected that emergency access will be available while the items are away so please contact Cornwall Record Office in the first instance on 01872 323127 or cro@cornwall.gov.uk.
Its main purpose is to ensure that the historical records relating to the people, places and organisations of Cornwall are preserved for the future and made available for public consultation.
www.cornwall.gov.uk /cro   (343 words)

  
 Gazetteer of Cornwall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
A list of places in Cornwall, with a brief description plus any hyperlinks that exist.
It has Cornwall's largest parish church, and had the Assizes from 1835, until they were transferred to Truro.
Cornwall's two most important rivers, the Camel and the Fowey, both rise in the Moor.
www.cornwall-calling.co.uk /gazetter/gazetter.htm   (1437 words)

  
 Cornwall and the Cornish
Cornwall is a tough place to live in.
Cornwall is an odd place to have been brought up in.
The last native Cornish speaker is popularly supposed to have been Dolly Pentreath who died in 1777 and is buried in Paul churchyard, near Newlyn.
www.brycchancarey.com /places/cornwall/index.htm   (530 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
There are claims that the patron saint of Cornwall is Saint Michael or Saint Petroc, but Saint Piran is by far the most popular of the three and his emblem is internationally [3] [4] recognised as the flag of Cornwall.
Cornwall's unique culture, spectacular landscape and mild climate make it a popular tourist destination eloquently portrayed in [5], despite being somewhat distant from the United Kingdom's main tourist centres.
Cornish players are regular participants in inter-Celtic festivals, and Cornwall itself has several lively inter-Celtic festivals such as Perranporth's Lowender Peran folk festival [7].
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Cornwall   (5381 words)

  
 Index of Places in England and Wales
These pages are intended to be used in conjunction with the list of Registration Districts in England and Wales 1837-1930.
For each place listed, this index shows the county and registration district in which they were situated during the years 1837-1930.
Note that some places formed part of two or three counties until the end of the nineteenth century, and some were transferred from one county to another at various times.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/civreg/places   (170 words)

  
 Ade's Cornwall
Cornwall is a constitutional Duchy which is extra-territorial to the English Crown.
Basically, Cornwall is a separate Celtic Country, similar in status to Wales and Scotland.
Its head of state is not the Queen but her son, Prince Charles, the Duke of Cornwall.
www.geocities.com /adeandchris/cornwall.html   (158 words)

  
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Cornwall en Devon - voor een fantastische vakantie
Here is a list of places to visit that match the search details you entered.
At the bottom of the page, you will also find links to accommodation, places of interest and information on the area you have selected.
www.cornwall-devon.nl /public/VIEW_PRODUCT_ATT.html   (56 words)

  
 Cornwall Photo Gallery by Keith Thomson at pbase.com
I am visiting Cornwall in a very few days time for a holiday and will be staying at Acton Castle.
Cornwall is on my wishing list since long, urgently have to make time to visit it, your fabulous pictures will push me to go there, what a beautiful region.
Saw also in a documtary that the light is so beautiful there and that this is the reason why so many painters live in Penzance.
www.pbase.com /keiththomson/cornwall&page=2   (433 words)

  
 Foxtons: Single family home for sale in Cornwall on Hudson, Orange county, NY. Home for sale
Ideally located in the adorable village of Cornwall-on- Hudson, this charming two bedroom Pre-War home enjoys a warm and cozy atmosphere with a beautiful fenced-in yard.
Come into the home and find the comfy living room leading into the wood-paneled dining room, a delightful eat-in kitchen with plumbing for a washer and dryer and a utility room with storage space.
The home is within the heart of the village, which offers a unique variety of shops, restaurants and other places of interest.
www.foxtons.com /homes-for-sale-in-cornwall-on-hudson-orange-ct/wlbr0178946   (184 words)

  
 Cornwall accommodation with hotels, guest houses, cottages, bed and breakfasts in Cornwall UK
Cornwall accommodation with hotels, guest houses, cottages, bed and breakfasts in Cornwall UK Previous page
This site is now taking listings from any accommodation providers who would like to feature within the site.
There will be no charge for a standard classification listing.
www.btinternet.com /~thlist/cornwall/cornwall.html   (93 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Cornwall: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Tales of the Northmen: A list by Bradley Wagnon "history buff"
HIDDEN PLACES OF CORNWALL: A beautifully illustrated guide taking you on a relaxed but informative tour of Cornwall (The Hidden Places Series) by James Gracie (Paperback - Mar 2007)
SEE as the story of Cornwall unfolds in this book, this Cornish land is many things...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Cornwall&tag=tradingtraine-20&index=books&link_code=qs&page=1   (627 words)

  
 Accredited Restaurants, Good Food in Cornwall
The List is renewed every year, and is a collection of fine Cornish cuisine restaurants and dining pubs, formed by like minded food establishments.
All are quality assured, inspected restaurants and good food pubs, found throughout Cornwall, from Port Isaac and Callington in the North and East to St Ives, Mousehole and Penzance in the South West, Falmouth and the Roseland in the South to Newquay in the North.
You will be able to find numerous places to dine, from The List.
www.cornishaccreditedrestaurants.co.uk   (187 words)

  
 WestCountryProject   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
It is our desire and intention to move to Devon or Cornwall.
of place where we can start to do our work from also.
Below you will see a list of the towns and villages in the two counties of Devon and
www.alphaspirit.org /WestCountryProject.html   (252 words)

  
 eCornwall | The Cornwall Business Directory - Cornwall Information - Cornwall Tourism
Cornwall Chamber of Commerce and Industry - The backbone of business in Cornwall - networking monthly over breakfast
Get tourist-related information, including places to stay and things to do.
If you know of a useful Cornwall information resource or supplier of goods/services that we haven't covered, or just want to comment on this site, then please visit our Suggestions page.
www.ecornwall.com   (313 words)

  
 Cornwall on 43 Places   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Its such a beautiful place, and quite the change from the bustling big city lifestyle.
There is so much history throughout all these little sea towns that I never would have learned without the trip.
Cornwall is one of the, if not ‘the’ most beautiful place in the UK, loads of beaches and countryside to enjoy!
www.43places.com /places/view/192867   (434 words)

  
 Cornwall Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, and other places to eat and drink - Tourist Net UK Guide
Cornwall Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, and other places to eat and drink - Tourist Net UK Guide
Our list of food eating places in Cornwall is not at all comprehensive but includes some restaurants (including Italian French Indian Thai), cafes, bars, pubs with food, take-a-ways, pizzas, etc
It is possible to see ALL Cornwall EATING PLACES currently on file on one page but it may be very large.
www.touristnetuk.com /sw/CORNWALL/food/index.htm   (137 words)

  
 Archive CD Books Ltd Census
Place Indexes are included in the CD set. Place, Piece number, Folio. That makes it really easy to locate a place in the census enumerator's books so that you can begin your searches. In addition each 10th folio number is book marked in the files on the CDs for fast navigation.
Whole census peices are included, and therefore the places included are those on both side of the county boundary, and include places such as Calstock
Click here for a list of places included on this CD
www.rod-neep.co.uk /acatalog/con-census.html   (584 words)

  
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Adjacent to the green is Blisland's best known landmark, its parish church.
The former county town of Cornwall and mentioned in the Domesday Book.
There are many places to visit including the military museum, town museum, Shire House, Bodmin Jail and the leisure centre.
www.cornwall-devon.com /public/places/list.aspx?&page=4   (206 words)

  
 Cornwall County Council - Council Buildings
At Cornwall County Council we aim to be as helpful and accommodating to your needs as is possible.
To view a geographic list of places in Cornwall with disabled toilets, follow this link.
Please click on this link for a list of supermarkets with disabled access and toilets.
www.cornwall.gov.uk /index.cfm?articleid=8665   (609 words)

  
 The Cornwall Inn|Cornwall Bridge - Read the OpenView on The Cornwall Inn - know what the web knows about The Cornwall ...
The Cornwall Inn, in Cornwall Bridge, is a budget b&b.
"County charm and warm hospitality await you at The Cornwall Inn.
The breathtaking views of the Connecticut Bershires, the history rich Appalachian and Mohawk Trails, the rush of the Housatonic River and the meandering..."
www.openlist.com /hotels-view-the_cornwall_inn.htm   (164 words)

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