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Trewithen, Truro, Cornwall - Meaning 'house of the trees', this is a neat Palladian house, lived in by the same family for over 250 years. When Phillip Hawkins first bought Trewithen in 1715 he established the estate as home to a dynasty that has, through the centuries, made a very significant contribution to Cornwall. Phillip Hawkins was a wealthy attorney & landowner who commissioned London architect Thomas Edwards to rebuild Trewithen & lay out the park.

Trewithen, Truro, Cornwall - Meaning 'house of the trees', the same family has occupied this Palladian-style house for over 250 years. When Phillip Hawkins first bought Trewithen in 1715 he established the estate as home to a dynasty that has, through the

Truro Cathedral... Cornwall (UK)...

This is Truro Cathedral. I've sung here with the Royal School of Church Music many times.

Quay Cottage: Found on the River Fal near Truro in Cornwall, this cottage gives you the thrill of living right on the water's edge.

The exterior of Quay Cottage, Truro, Cornwall © Mike Henton

Truro Cathedral from Boscawen Park. Photo by Tim Green aka atoach

Truro Cathedral - lucky enough to be there from One of the most beautiful parts of the world! Brilliant view of it as you come into Truro on the train, espeically at night. Endless memories of fantastic concerts and services there.

~Truro Cathedral, Truro, Cornwall, England~

Truro Cathedral looking pretty - great place to visit to hear carols and see the huge Christmas tree

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