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CORNWALL'S OLDEST BREWERY | The Blue Anchor Inn at Helston in Cornwall, producer of Spingo Real Ale     ✫ღ⊰n

I don't drink beer/ale/lager but you have to try Spingo if you ever come to Helston!

WEST PENWITH: map - Cary.jpg 652×616 pixels.

WEST PENWITH: map - Cary.jpg 652×616 pixels.

THE MERRY MAIDENS (1879) | Rosemoddress and Boleit, Cornwall: Plan of megalithic remains. From Borlase (1879) ✫ღ⊰n

THE MERRY MAIDENS (1879) | Rosemoddress and Boleit, Cornwall: Plan of megalithic remains. From Borlase (1879) ✫ღ⊰n

Castle-an-Dinas: one of the largest and most impressive hillforts in Cornwall. It features in Cornish legend as one of the seats of Cado and folklore has it that Cado and Ygraine, Arthur’s mother, were killed here. That the site has attracted such mythic associations may be a reflection of its continued significance from its prehistoric beginnings into the post-Roman and early medieval periods.

Castle-an-Dinas: one of the largest and most impressive hillforts in Cornwall. It features in Cornish legend as one of the seats of Cado and folklore has it that Cado and Ygraine, Arthur’s mother, were killed here. That the site has attracted such mythic associations may be a reflection of its continued significance from its prehistoric beginnings into the post-Roman and early medieval periods.

Borlase drawings of Chun Castle nr Morvah, Cornwall

Borlase drawings of Chun Castle nr Morvah, Cornwall

{Maps} WEST PENWITH CORNWALL

{Maps} WEST PENWITH CORNWALL

WEST PENWITH | 1696 | Robert Morden: 'This map was published in the Gibson 1696 edition of Camden’s “Britannia” in English translation. It is superior in appearence to most earlier editions, being a lot less cluttered. I have an extract of West Penwith here.' ✫ღ⊰n

WEST PENWITH | 1696 | Robert Morden: 'This map was published in the Gibson 1696 edition of Camden’s “Britannia” in English translation. It is superior in appearence to most earlier editions, being a lot less cluttered. I have an extract of West Penwith here.' ✫ღ⊰n

The best preserved of all quoits (also called dolmens or cromlechs) in Cornwall, UK is Chûn Quoit, located in open moorland near Pendeen and Madron, Penzance.

CORNWALL'S BEST PRESERVED QUOIT: 'The best preserved of all quoits (also called dolmens or cromlechs) in Cornwall is Chûn Quoit, located in open moorland near Pendeen and Madron, Penzance.

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