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Cornwall Heritage Trust owns or manages 11 sites spanning the breadth of Cornwall from Sancreed Beacon in the far west, to Dupath Well in the east. Our sites also cover a broad spectrum of history, from Neolithic remains such as Tregiffian Burial Chamber near Penzance to the 19th Century Treffry Viaduct near Luxulyan.

Take a look at our sites below and we hope you will agree how important it is to protect these precious glimpses into our past. This well preserved 13th to 14th century dovecote, with its keystone finish roof, is thought to be the only one, of four surviving examples of its kind, in Cornwall. The Culverhouse was used to farm the eggs and meat of its inhabitants. This magnificent iron age Celtic fort dates from about the second or third century B.

It consists of three concentric circles, of ditch and rampart, feet in diameter and standing feet above sea level. This beautiful stretch of natural moorland offers both a spectacular view across Mounts Bay and a wide variety of flora, fauna and historical remains.

Built between and by its owner Joseph Thomas Treffry, this viaduct, 90 feet high and feet long, had the dual purpose of carrying both a tramway and a high level leat across the beautiful Luxulyan Valley. A still almost complete and charming c.

This little baptistry and oratory contains the remains of a simple bath for the purpose of immersion. Within a host of prehistoric remains on Bodmin Moor, this line of three early Bronze Age stone circles is one of the best examples of ceremonial standing stones in the south-west and is associated with many Cornish legends.

This Menhir or prehistoric Longstone, which was originally about 16 feet high, was known as Men Gurta. It is now more correctly called St Breock Longstone. Weighing about Two finely worked stone pieces of a 9th century cross or crosses, believed to commemorate Dungarth, King of Cornwall, who was tragically drowned c. This is perhaps the best preserved Portal Dolmen in Cornwall and one of the most impressive in Britain. This chamber tomb is dated from the Neolithic or late stone age, and may have been built sometime in about BC.

Lying on the south west slope of Caer Brane, this courtyard house settlement of the Iron Age and Romano-British periods was occupied from about BC to AD ; especially noted for its well-preserved souterrain or fogou. Walks with iWalk Cornwall iWalk Cornwall have created a selection of circular walks which include some of our sites.

Sites Owned By Us. Trevanion Culverhouse This well preserved 13th to 14th century dovecote, with its keystone finish roof, is thought to be the only one, of four surviving examples of its kind, in Cornwall. Castle an Dinas This magnificent iron age Celtic fort dates from about the second or third century B. Sancreed Beacon This beautiful stretch of natural moorland offers both a spectacular view across Mounts Bay and a wide variety of flora, fauna and historical remains.

Treffry Viaduct Built between and by its owner Joseph Thomas Treffry, this viaduct, 90 feet high and feet long, had the dual purpose of carrying both a tramway and a high level leat across the beautiful Luxulyan Valley. Sites We Protect.

Dupath Well A still almost complete and charming c. The Hurler Stone Circles Within a host of prehistoric remains on Bodmin Moor, this line of three early Bronze Age stone circles is one of the best examples of ceremonial standing stones in the south-west and is associated with many Cornish legends. Trethevy Quoit This is perhaps the best preserved Portal Dolmen in Cornwall and one of the most impressive in Britain. Carn Euny Lying on the south west slope of Caer Brane, this courtyard house settlement of the Iron Age and Romano-British periods was occupied from about BC to AD ; especially noted for its well-preserved souterrain or fogou.

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The Cornish generally saw the English, or city people, as being "less friendly and more aggressively self-promoting and insensitive. Sites Link By Us. Cornksh 16 February Which are your favourites and why?

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Cornish settlement impacted upon social, cultural and religious life throughout the history of South Australia. See also: White South African. This chamber tomb is dated from the Neolithic or late stone source, and may have been built sometime in about BC.

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