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At The Exe Estuary
From Topsham To Exmouth
From Topsham To Exeter
Exeter To North Dartmoor
Port Isaac
Tintagel and Trewarmett
North Bovey
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A Quick Side Step

Still Life with Methodist Chapel and two cars

There is a village hidden in a maze of country lanes of a largely agricultural upland. It is bordered in the north by the old tin mining area of Camborne and Redruth, to the south by stone quarries and to the west by the large 300 odd acre reservoir. This is Stithians.
The two main points of note here are the annual Agricultural Show which takes place in July, a surprisingly popular event considering the location and the Reservoir which is open to the public for Fishing and Winsurfing. To get there from the village, go past the church and continue along, past the lane to the works entrance/viewing area for the dam, until you come to a pub on your left. The entrance road here takes you up to a green area where there are picnic tables and a surf centre.

 St. Stythians Parish Church
St. Stythians Parish Church

a few photographs of
this charming Cornish village

The choir numbers around
45 members


on the BBC's
Cornwall Uncovered

a page on the
Genuki website
of interest to those who
have an interest in

a centre of excellence
in education
"We are a small
County Primary school
with 138 pupils and
have lots to show you,
and tell you about."

welcome to the
new web site for
Stithians RFC.
We currently play in
Cornwall Division Two and
are currently top of the division

Stithians Show is one of the
 largest and oldest one day
shows in the country.
It is held annually in July
and the attendance is in
 excess of 20,000 people
 each year.

Martin Hogan, that is,
the vicar of St. Stythians Church.
come in and meet him,
his family, and the others
at the parish church

related Cornish links

a list of twenty Cornish choirs
and their websites
including St. Stythians

Some of the beauty of
Cornwall's coast and villages.
Digital Photography from Cornwall -
Updated often

ever wondered why there were so
many tin mines in Cornwall?
this site answers that question

travel and tourist information
about Cornwall

Lots of information on
Cornwall including photos and more

On this web site there
are sets of pictures of
Cornwall set up as
Slide Shows

Gwennap Pit is a grassy
open air amphitheatre
which may possibly be
a sunken floor of
a filled -up mine

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devoted to the county's
community groups

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