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This was an excellent display in a very beautiful church with all due reference to those who gave their lives in the First World War. A well thought out presentation in the “right “ setting. I found the visit very emotional but well enjoyed.
We were visiting on holiday and popped in here drawn by the signs for an art exhibition. There was a great range of paintings, jewellery and small sculpture at a range of prices and we bought one or two nice gifts. Well done everyone! We...More
This is a big church which dominates the town. We arrived soon after a nice lady had unlocked it. She made us very welcome and we thoroughly enjoyed looking all over the church, finding many fascinating features. The font is especially good. We do have...More
St Petroc's church is the biggest church in Cornwall. It's a beautiful church and the ladies who unlock it are very welcoming and friendly.
The church is only open on selected days in the Summer months.
I believe that prior to the construction of the cathedral at Truro St Petroc's was the largest church in Cornwall. Even for those not of religious leanings it is well worth a visit. It houses amongst other things the old Colours of the Duke of...More
The only church in Cornwall I found locked. Visited over 30 whilst I was here in towns and rural locations - all open except this one. Advertised as open May to September only. For such an important building it is ridiculous that it is open...More
Visited on 9/9/15 at 1.30 and again on the same day at 2.30. Despite the website saying that the Church was open daily until the end of September, and a large permanent sign outside the Church confirming that it was open, the door was locked...More