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MADRON | Cornwall. 'Madron is an ancient Cornish parish, located in the Hundred of Penwith, just northwest of Penzance. In 1801, the population stood at 1,564. By 1851, it was 2,539 and currently it is just over 4,000. Geographically, the parish is divided into two parts. Until 1835, the larger contained the mother church of Penzance.'    ✫ღ⊰n

MADRON | Cornwall. 'Madron is an ancient Cornish parish, located in the Hundred of Penwith, just northwest of Penzance. In 1801, the population stood at 1,564. By 1851, it was 2,539 and currently it is just over 4,000. Geographically, the parish is divided into two parts. Until 1835, the larger contained the mother church of Penzance.' ✫ღ⊰n

Mullion (Cornish: Eglosvelyan) is a civil parish and village in Cornwall. It is situated on the Lizard Peninsula approximately five miles (8 km) south of Helston.  Mullion civil parish encompasses the church town (now known simply as Mullion) and four smaller settlements: Mullion Cove and Predannack to the southwest; Trewoon and Meaver to the east. Mullion is bordered by the parishes of Gunwalloe and Cury to the north, Grade-Ruan to the east, Landewednack to the south, and by the Mount's…

Mullion (Cornish: Eglosvelyan) is a civil parish and village in Cornwall. It is situated on the Lizard Peninsula approximately five miles (8 km) south of Helston. Mullion civil parish encompasses the church town (now known simply as Mullion) and four smaller settlements: Mullion Cove and Predannack to the southwest; Trewoon and Meaver to the east. Mullion is bordered by the parishes of Gunwalloe and Cury to the north, Grade-Ruan to the east, Landewednack to the south, and by the Mount's…

St Hilary is a civil parish and village in west Cornwall. It is situated approximately five miles (8 km) east of Penzance and four miles (6.5 km) south of Hayle. Chynoweth is an area immediately north of St Hilary churchtown. The land of the parish is high enough to provide views of bays on both coasts, St Ives Bay five miles north and Mount's Bay two miles south. For the purposes of local government St Hilary has a parish council and elects councillors every four years. The principal local…

St Hilary is a civil parish and village in west Cornwall. It is situated approximately five miles (8 km) east of Penzance and four miles (6.5 km) south of Hayle. Chynoweth is an area immediately north of St Hilary churchtown. The land of the parish is high enough to provide views of bays on both coasts, St Ives Bay five miles north and Mount's Bay two miles south. For the purposes of local government St Hilary has a parish council and elects councillors every four years. The principal local…

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