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Cubert

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Cubert (St Cuthbert) is situated in the deanery and Hundred of Pydar. It is bounded on the north by Crantock, on the east by Crantock and Newlyn East, on the south by Perranzabuloe, and on the west by the sea. The parish is named after its patron, Saint Cubertus. The churchtown stands on an elevated position and was surrounded by well-cultivated and fertile lands, which formed a striking contrast to the deserts of sands to the westward. Villages in the parish are: Treveal and Tresaen. About a mile and a half to the north west of the church, in a small sandy bay under Kelsey Point, called Holy Well Bay, are several caves wrought in the cliff by the sea. In one of these caves, at the north-eastern point in the bay, is the well which give it its name.

 

 

       

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