Warleggan River, Cornwall
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Warleggan River, Cornwall

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The River Warleggan (also known as the Bedalder) rises near Temple in the middle of Bodmin Moor and flows south to join the Fowey. This section of the river is between the hamlet of Warleggan and the village of Mount.

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A: St Bartholomews Church, Warleggan

by Roy Reed, 870 meters away

The small church of St Bartholomew in Warleggan was originally Norman, but most of what you see now i...

St Bartholomews Church, Warleggan

B: St Meubred's Church, Cardinham

by Roy Reed, 2.5 km away

The 15th century church of St Meubred consists of a chancel, nave and two aisles. In the south east c...

St Meubred's Church, Cardinham

C: Cardinham Woods Stream - 360 Panoramas

by Roy Cruse, 3.8 km away

Dogs playing in a stream in Cardinham Woods, near Bodmin in Cornwall

Cardinham Woods Stream - 360 Panoramas

D: St Neot Church, the Nave

by Roy Reed, 3.9 km away

The Church of St Anietus at St Neot in Cornwall dates to about 1425 and is built in the perpendicular...

St Neot Church, the Nave

E: St Neot Church, the Chancel

by Roy Reed, 4.0 km away

The Church of St Anietus at St Neot in Cornwall dates to about 1425 and is built in the perpendicular...

St Neot Church, the Chancel

F: Cardinham Woods - 360 Panoramas

by Roy Cruse, 5.1 km away

A Walk in Cardinham Woods near Bodmin in Cornwall

Cardinham Woods - 360 Panoramas

G: Cardinham Woods Cafe - 360 Panoramas

by Roy Cruse, 5.3 km away

A cafe at the end of your walk in Cardinham Woods, near Bodmin in Cornwall.

Cardinham Woods Cafe - 360 Panoramas

H: Trippet Stones, Bodmin Moor

by Roy Reed, 6.3 km away

The Trippet Stones are a stone circle on Bodmin Moor about 2km NE of the village of Blisland (SX13175...

Trippet Stones, Bodmin Moor

I: Blisland Church, The Chancel

by Roy Reed, 6.3 km away

 The Church of St Protus and St Hyacinth, Blisland, Cornwall, was originally built in Norman times an...

Blisland Church, The Chancel

J: Blisland Church, The Nave

by Roy Reed, 6.3 km away

 The Church of St Protus and St Hyacinth, Blisland, Cornwall, was originally built in Norman times an...

Blisland Church, The Nave

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