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Perranzabuloe

The parish of Perranzabuloe is in the Hundred of Powder, and is bordered by Cubert, St Newlyn East and Kenwyn, and on the west by the sea. Closely tied to St. Piran, who reportedly came to Cornwall from Ireland in 460 A.D., in 1835 an ancient church or chapel was discovered buried in the sand.

The chief villages are Perranporth, Mellingy, Penhallow, and Callestock. At Perranporth, there was a Wesleyan Methodist chapel; a large chapel of the same denomination at Mellingy, and a Bible Christian chapel at Penhallow. Perranporth also had a chapel of ease, and there were many smaller chapels at various manors.  

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Perranzabuloe

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Perranzabuloe One-Place Study