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  GENUKI: St Austell
Tregrehan Manor, in the parish of St. Blazey.
Tregenna Manor, in the parish of St. Ewe.
Tregenna Manor, in the parish of St. Issey.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/Cornwall/StAustell/index.html   (4688 words)

  
 St Austell - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
St Austell ("Saint Ostel", colloquially pronounced "snozzle", Cornish: Sen Ostell) is a town in Cornwall, England.
St Austell brewery runs The William Cookworthy, a training pub named after the man who discovered clay in Cornwall — the brewery provides bar staff training courses to St Austell brewery's own staff as well as staff from other pubs in Cornwall.
St Austell railway station was opened by the Cornwall Railway on 4 May 1859 on the hillside above the town centre.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/St_Austell   (1397 words)

  
 St Austell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell has a population of 22,658 (2001 census), larger than any other town in Cornwall (including the city of Truro, the county's capital, which has population of 20,920).
St Austell does not have a town council but is the site of Restormel Borough Council's headquarters.
St Austell is a working class area of cornwall and has some of the lowest property prices in the county.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/St_Austell   (1334 words)

  
 St Austell Chamber » St Austell
St Austell is arguably one of the six largest centres of population in Devon and Cornwall and the largest single conurbation in Cornwall.
St Austell is also home to the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, China Clay Country Park, formally Wheal Martyn and St Austell Brewery.
Cornwall College St Austell was created in 1993 and quickly grew to accommodate over 2000 full-time and 6000 part-time students per annum.
www.staustellchamber.org   (771 words)

  
 St. Austell Tourist Information on AboutBritain.com
Austell is a bustling market town, situated at the centre of the Cornish china-clay industry.
William Cookworthy discovered the clay in 1755, and with the opening of the pits to mine the clay, St. Austell's population and prosperity soon began to grow.
The Travelodge St Austell is an ideal base for exploring the meeting point of old and new Cornwall, with its ancient, narrow streets and smart pedestrian precincts with fine shops.
www.aboutbritain.com /towns/StAustell.asp   (572 words)

  
 St Austell - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell, town, Restormel district, Cornwall, south-western England.
St Austell is located in south Cornwall, inland from St Austell Bay, and is...
Truro and St Austell, United Kingdom parliamentary constituency in Cornwall, south-western England, created in 1997 due to boundary changes that...
uk.encarta.msn.com /St_Austell.html   (113 words)

  
 St Austell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell is Cornwall’s largest town, with an estimated current population of 28,000.
It is located between Truro and Liskeard on the A390, one of mid-Cornwall’s two main east-west road routes, and has reasonably good road access north towards Bodmin and the A30 and north west to Newquay and the west of the county.
St Austell is also on the mainline rail route linking Penzance and London Paddington.
www.historic-cornwall.org.uk /towns/staustell/staustell.htm   (435 words)

  
 St Austell Cornwall UK - information on St. Austell in Cornwall - Cornwall UK
The great sweep of St Austell Bay and its hinterland play host to a vivid range of scenery, spectacle and activity, compounded by a location which makes it a natural touring centre, within an hour's drive of most major attractions in the county.
St Austell itself is a meeting point of old and new Cornwall, of ancient, narrow streets and smart pedestrian precincts with fine shops.
Charlestown has its own beach and St Austell Bay offers outstanding cliff and coastal scenery with beaches at Carlyon Bay, Porthpean, Pentewan and Par where you will find a lake whose many species of bird make it a naturalist's paradise.
www.connexions.co.uk /areas/html/st_austell.html   (327 words)

  
 Euchre:St Austell & District Euchre,The way we play
The St Austell and District Euchre League covers an area in Cornwall from Fowey to Lostwithiel, Lanivet, Roche, St Dennis, Probus and Mevagissey.
In the St Austell League the dealer is always the first player to call or shout.
The aim of the St Austell and District Euchre League is to provide organized euchre playing for as many people as want to play on a Thursday night in a friendly and relaxing environment.
www.staustelleuchre.com   (1192 words)

  
 St. Austell and Charlestown Town Guide
St. Austell, previously just a small cluster of houses, was utterly transformed when the chemist, William Cookworthy discovered huge reserves of china clay in the mid-eighteenth century.
Accommodation in St. Austell and surrounding area is plentiful, especially along the coast.
Eating out in St. Austell is catered for by the restaurants and cafes open throughout the town, providing good food all day, and of course, brilliant Cornish pasty shops can also be found.
www.eyeoncornwall.co.uk /guides_st_austell.asp   (755 words)

  
 St Austell Town Bands
In 1852 was documented as a "Sax Horn Band" and prior to the First World War references to the St Austell Volunteer Band (Infintary) were made.
From 1919 to 1939 the band progressed well, and in that period contested with success at the Crystal Palace, but in 1940 was forced to disband, only to reform again in the early part of 1943.
St Austell Town Band has no sponsor, it is self supporting by means of its own Social Club, founded in 1969 and now boasts of fine premises with over 2000 members.
www.staustellbandclub.co.uk /town.html   (336 words)

  
 Truro, St Austell, Newquay and Falmouth Liberal Democrats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Liberal Democrats in St Austell will be in the town centre on Saturday 21 October giving out leaflets and talking to residents and shoppers about the national Liberal Democrats Green Tax Switch campaign.
St Austell and Newquay Liberal Democrats have written to the Armed Forces Minister, Adam Ingram, demanding assurances that Newquay Airport will not be used as a stop over for U.S. planes carrying arms destined for the Middle East.
Residents of Bethel in St Austell have taken part in an environmental survey carried out by the Liberal Democrats in June 2006.
www.trurostaustell-libdems.org.uk   (848 words)

  
 St Austell Accommodation near the Eden project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell Accommodation is designed to help you find accommodation in and around the Cornish resort town of St Austell and in particular the Eden project, St Austell enjoys being one of the top holiday destinations in the UK thanks to the Eden Project.
St Austell is renowned for its friendly family atmosphere, yet still has plenty of nightlife for everyone.
All the accommodation you see listed is of a high standard and St Austell Accommodation is always striving to include more accommodation listings and local facts.
www.staustellaccommodation.co.uk   (173 words)

  
 St Austell Cornwall - Eden Project, holiday cottages, holiday touring parks, hotels, bed and breakfast
This spacious, family home in the centre of St Austell, set in a large, secluded garden, offers 2 en suite rooms; 1 double and 1 twin.
A former corn mill of granite construction, offering comfortable accommodation, on the edge of St austell and very close to the Eden Project.
Situated in the heart of Cornwall, secluded and quiet, yet within easy reach of all that Cornwall has to offer, Nanjeath is an ideal retreat for couples and families with older children.
www.chycor.co.uk /staustell_staustell.htm   (919 words)

  
 Restormel Borough Council - St Austell victorious in Hearing Dog Friendly challenge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell has been announced the winner in the town / city category of the annual Hearing Dog Friendly competition staged by the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
Barry says: "We have nominated St Austell for this award as we are made so welcome in all the places we visit.
St Austell excelled in all areas and we have no hesitation in awarding the town a hearing Dog Friendly gold award."
www.restormel.gov.uk /index.cfm?articleid=13055   (708 words)

  
 Truro and St Austell (UK Parliament constituency) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Truro and St Austell is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
The constituency is centred on the district of Carrick, which contains the city of Truro and the borough of Restormel which contains the town of St Austell.
Truro and St Austell is disbanded, and is partly succeeded by St Austell and Newquay.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Truro_and_St_Austell   (358 words)

  
 St. Austell bed and breakfast, cottage and self catering accommodation, St. Austell guest houses, hotels & other ...
Austell bed and breakfast, cottage and self catering accommodation, St. Austell guest houses, hotels & other holiday accommodation and places to stay in St. Austell.
St. Austell holiday accommodation and places to stay including bed and breakfast (B&B) in St. Austell, cottages, guest houses, hotels in St. Austell, chalets, holiday lets, flats & apartments, camp sites & caravan parks.
on the edge of st. austell, centrally located, is wisteria lodge.
www.gocoastal.co.uk /resort_guides/st_austell   (1332 words)

  
 St Austell Lighting - 01726 65600   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell Lighting is a locally based, independent lighting supplier offering advise for all lighting requirements.
Because we’re a local, independent supplier we can offer impartial advise which means you get the products that suit you.
This website shows only a small selection of what we have on offer, and we’re constantly updating our products to make sure we keep up to date, so if you have any questions or would like to go through your own personal requirements please feel free to give us a ring on 01726 65600.
www.staustelllighting.co.uk   (90 words)

  
 St. Austell Brewery Co. Ltd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
We do not maintain a list of beers brewed by each brewery, but recommend you visit the entry for St. Austell Brewery Co. Ltd on www.beermad.org.uk.
Exit St Austell railway station onto Palace Road and turn left.
We are not St. Austell Brewery Co. Ltd and have no connection with them.
www.quaffale.org.uk /php/brewery/510   (247 words)

  
 St Austell Hotels, St Austell Camping, St Austell, Self Catering, St Austell Bed and Breakfast - Cornwall Online
A 200 year old mill set in a secluded valley on the Roseland Peninsula, close to the coastal path and sandy beaches, perfect for a relaxing break way from the hustle of everyday life.
With 56 acres of idyllic open meadows, woodlands and lakes, this small and friendly non working farm allows adults to relax and get away from it all and gives children the freedom to enjoy the wide variety of activities available.
Our spectacular cliff top location and 180° sea view over St Austell Bay, makes us the ideal place to stay and explore Cornwall's many attractions.
www.cornwall-online.co.uk /acc-staus.htm   (1997 words)

  
 St Austell Cornwall England, travel information
This south eastern corner of the county is quite different from the rugged North and West coasts, and the small towns and villages are great for exploring.
One of Cornwalls biggest attractions opened in 2001, the Eden Project near St Austell has been a huge success.
This whole coast is rugged and steeped in history, with some lovely places to stay and visit.
www.staustellswebsite.co.uk   (163 words)

  
 The Cornish Riviera -Tourist Information Cornwall
Its industry of china clay goes back to William Cookworthys discovery at St Stephen-in-Brannel in 1748 the development of which can be seen at the Wheal Martyn Museum or followed in industrial heritage tours by car
Charlestown has its own beach and St Austell Bay also offers outstanding cliff and coastal scenery with beaches at Carlyon Bay, Porthpean, Pentewan and Par where you will find a lake whose many species of bird make it a naturalist s paradise.
Discover St Austell Bay on Foot, Using the Coast and Inland Pathways
www.cornish-riviera.org.uk /austell.html   (476 words)

  
 St Austell Parish page
The present building mainly dates from the end of the 15th century, but there is documentary evidence to show that there was a church on the site before 1169.
The church building which stands at the heart of the town of St. Austell, is far more than a testimony to the faith of previous generations.
Map of the Registration District of St Austell
bally.fortunecity.com /sligo/172/austell.html   (690 words)

  
 St. Augustine of Hippo, St. Austell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cornwall > St. Augustine of Hippo, St. Austell
The history of the Parish possibly dates from 1911 when a Sunday Mass centre was inaugurated in East Hill, St. Austell, above a painter and decorator’s workshop.
March, 1987, a large site was purchased on the St. Austell By-Pass.
www.plymouth-diocese.org.uk /parishes/cornwall/staustell.htm   (433 words)

  
 Pictures of St Austell Town
If you have photographs you've taken yourself of St Austell that you think would add something to my site, then please
St Austell is a popular destination for tourists visiting Cornwall, but it has surprisingly few mentions on existing web pages.
Although it is possible to find pictures of its beaches and surrounding attractions, St Austell town itself is almost never mentioned.
www.staustell.homestead.com   (524 words)

  
 St Austell Accommodation near the Eden Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
St Austell Accommodation - find hotels,gueast houses,self catering and camp sites
A comprehensive list of Accommodation in St Austell and district
from St Austell Town Centre Close to the historic port of Charlestown where you
www.staustellaccommodation.com /accom.htm   (872 words)

  
 Holidays near St Austell's Eden Project and Cornish Riviera, Cornwall, UK
St Austell links along the valley to the China Clay Country Park at Wheal Martyn, Bugle and also across to the Eden Project.
You can find us easily in St Austell, we're on the A390 by the Little Chef and Jet Service Station.
The Cornish Riviera covers the central southern coast of Cornwall - from the Fowey River across to the river Fal in the west - St Austell, Mevagissey, Charlestown, Fowey and Lostwithiel.
www.cornish-riviera.co.uk   (646 words)

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