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Treburrick, Downhill

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St. Eval

Researching the history and families of St.. Eval.

St Eval Church stands on a high plateau 300 feet above sea level. It is surrounded by the remains of the Coastal Command Airfield of RAF St Eval, which was built in World War II. The Church holds the Book of Remembrance for those who served at RAF St Eval.

There was a Wesleyan Methodist chapel at Tregona, and a Bible Christian chapel at Treburthick. St Eval is bounded by St Merryn, St Ervan and St Mawgan on three sides and by the sea on the fourth. The villages are Churchtown, Treburrick (formerly Treburthick) and Downhill. This is, and has always been, a small farming parish.

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