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Lovely church with quite a chequered history. Beautiful light and airy interior with unusual pews... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2018
Allan T
via mobile
Brilliant find - fascinating graves

The church is a short walk from Mousehole and is certainly worth a visit. The church yard has... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2018
Claire T
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15 Jun 2018
“Delightful ”
3 Apr 2018
“Brilliant find - fascinating graves”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Trungle, Paul, Penzance TR19 6TZ, England
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Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

Lovely church with quite a chequered history. Beautiful light and airy interior with unusual pews all fitted with doors. Church yard full of local interest.

Thank Allan T
Reviewed 3 April 2018

The church is a short walk from Mousehole and is certainly worth a visit. The church yard has interesting gravestones including that of the last, reputed, Cornish speaker. Over the road there is another graveyard. Fascinating.

Thank Claire T
Reviewed 19 April 2017

The church is a lucky survivor of the Spanish raid of 1595. It is also just opposite a decent pub! The churchyard has some interesting stories to tell - including a memorial to the last native Cornish speaker. Pretty views from the vicinity, and worth...More

Thank robino565
Reviewed 25 December 2016

This is an old church near Mousehole,Cornwall,where every year on the Sunday nearest the 19th Dec,a service is incorporated into one of their normal Services to remember the tragic loss of the RNLB Solomon Browne & her Gallant,heroic crew in 1981.My Wife & I have...More

Thank davidnashWrexham
Reviewed 20 October 2016

Famous for the 17th century marauding Spaniards who landed at Mousehole, marched up Paul Hill and sacked the church before being driven back by the local militia. Scorch marks can be seen on one of the pillars. More recently firebombed by bigots who objected to...More

Thank RebekahYork
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

Lovely small quaint church. Bells ring out every hour. Bell ringing practice once a week on a Thursday! Helpful 'staff'. If you are around on the day of the Paul fate then a walk to the top of the tower is a must. Stunning views...More

Thank Portis20
Reviewed 7 May 2016

They were preparing for a benefit art show, but had the time and grace to show us around. The church has some great history, lovely presentations and stained glass. It is not the most magnificent places of worship I have seen, but it was certainly...More

Thank Bumblebeecreek
Reviewed 25 November 2015

would be a fair description of our visit to this fine church today. While being prepared for a joint venture with the village school,several people took time to tell us about this place. From its found in the 13th century to the Spanish invasion in...More

Thank RoyL65
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