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St Wenappa, Gwennap

St Wenappa, Gwennap, Cornwall TR16 6BD View on map

Founded on a Celtic Monastery, the present building was built during 15th century in three phases but incorporating some earlier walling of c13th-14th century. One of only four churches in Cornwall with a detached tower. Restored and extended at intervals between 1862 and 1882-91.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Daily: 9am - 6pm April to October. Open by arrangement outside these hours.

Directions

4 miles from Redruth on Falmouth Road (A393). Sign posted at junction with Fox and Hounds Inn. Rail: Redruth (4 miles). Bus: route 47 (Redruth - Truro).

Parking Spaces

12

Also on-street parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes