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Church Micro 6759...Ruan Lanihorne

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Hidden : 03/29/2012
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This is a Micro just outside the pretty St Rumon's church of the lovely village of Ruan lanihorne

"The church was dedicated to St Rumonus (or Rumon) in 1321 and has a chancel and nave, a north aisle, and a south transept. The single-stage tower houses a ring of two bells.[3] The church is built of local grey slate stone and is Gothic in style. The font is dated about the 14th century and the tower perhaps about the same date.[7] Restoration work included the installation of a stained glass window in 1866. The Rev John Whitaker, author of The Cathedral of Cornwall and other historical works, was Rector of Ruan Lanihorne for thirty years (1778–1808)." --Wikipedia I recommend having a look round the church as its really very pretty :) You can park briefly on the road outside the church or there is small pub car park opposite.

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