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Removal Office in Tintagel, PL34
Removal Office in PL34 Tintagel These Removal Office companies are located in Tintagel

Handy Moves
Company Type: Crate Hire
Unit 53 , 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Removal Office
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Crate Hire
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

No added Removal Office are located in Tintagel

The following Removal Office are the ones that we have found closest to Tintagel
Grahams Removals
Company Type: Removals
1/Greenhill Terrace
, TR12 6BS
Tel. 01326 231120

A & M Paint & Varnish Stripping
Company Type: Removals
, TR13 0AE
Tel. 01326 561076

Ian & A Van
Company Type: Office Removal Companies
Trewillis Farm
, TR12 6SF
Tel. 01326 280823

Cargo Carriers
Company Type: Office Removals
The Old Drill Hall/Turnpike Rd
, TR17 0DQ
Tel. 01736 711417

C & S Transport
Company Type: Office Removals
24 Polmor Rd
, TR20 8DW
Tel. 01736 360076

Cargo Carriers
Company Type: Removal Company
Old Riverside Cottage
, TR20 8DX
Tel. 01736 741069

Shift-It Removals
Company Type: Office Removals
Skybor Vean Penrose Farm
, TR11 5HL
Tel. 01326 251222

Falmouth Removal Services
Company Type: Removal Office
36 Oakfield Rd
, TR11 2HR
Tel. 01326 317516

Harry John & Son
Company Type: Office Removals
Liskernick/Burthallan Lane
, TR26 3AA
Tel. 01736 796989

Hirons Removals Of Rame Nr Penryn Cornwall
Company Type: Office Removals
Laramie Lestraynes La
, TR10 9EL
Tel. 01209 861213

Frank Tripp Removals & Storage
Company Type: Office Removals
2 Bohelland Rise
, TR10 8DT
Tel. 01326 373967

Woman & Van
Company Type: Office Removals
Roskrow Manor
, TR10 9AP
Tel. 07527 873327

Hirons Removals & Light Haulage
Company Type: Office Removals
Laramie/Lestraynes La
, TR10 9EL
Tel. 01209 861213

Goodall J A & Sons
Company Type: Removals
The Warehouse/Quarry Pk Rd
, TR7 2NP
Tel. 01637 873753

First Choice Transport
Company Type: Removal Company
Lusty Glaze Rd
, TR7 3AD
Tel. 01637 870894

Christophers M J & Son
Company Type: Removals
Quarry Pk Rd
, TR7 2NP
Tel. 01637 872529

Man With Van
Company Type: Removal Office
95 Mount Wise
, TR7 2BT
Tel. 07791 626573

K J M Removals
Company Type: Office Removals
49 Trevithick Cr
, TR27 4AZ
Tel. 01736 755847

Direct Transport
Company Type: Office Moves
Unit 1D/Guildford Rd Ind Est
, TR27 4QZ
Tel. 01736 756488

Spanish Moves Ltd
Company Type: Office Moves
Sellwoods Business Park/North Roskear Rd
, TR14 8PU
Tel. 01209 717967

Tony & Transit
Company Type: Office Moves
4 Croft Common
, TR14 9HT
Tel. 01209 712232

Turners Removals
Company Type: Removal Office
Barncoose Ind Est
, TR15 3RQ
Tel. 01209 211557

A Man With 2 Vans
Company Type: Office Moves
5 Chapel Row
, TR15 1JH
Tel. 07976 835875

Daves Removals
Company Type: Office Removal Companies
2 Sea View Ter
, TR15 2ED
Tel. 01209 218866

Company Type: Removal Office
Goonlaze Cottage
, TR5 0RB
Tel. 01872 553942

Whitehead Lawley
Company Type: Crate Hire
25 Trevarren Av
, TR16 6NH
Tel. 01209 217021

Allied Pickfords
Company Type: Office Moves
Unit 3/Treliske Ind Est
, TR1 3LP
Tel. 0800 289229

Removal Companies in towns near Tintagel, PL34

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Places of interest in Tintagel, PL34

Tintagel Castle

During the Victorian era, there was a fascination with the Arthurian legends, and the ruins of the castle became a tourist destination. The modern day village of Tintagel was known as Trevena until the 1850s, when it was found convenient by the Post Office to use the name of the parish rather than the name of the village. Strictly speaking, Tintagel is only the name of the headland (Tintagel Head itself is the extreme south-west point of Castle Island and the castle ruins are partly on the 'island' and partly on the adjoining mainland). The Rev. R. B. Kinsman (d. 1894) was honorary constable and built the courtyard wall: a guide was employed to conduct the visitors into the castle. Until his time the steps either side of the isthmus were unsafe, though the plateau could be reached by those who grazed sheep there. From 1870 a lead mine was worked for a short time near Merlin's Cave. In the 20th century the site was maintained by the Office of Works and its successors (from 1929 onwards). In 1975 the access across the isthmus was improved by the installation of a wooden bridge.[5]


Treknow is mentioned as a manor (under the name of 'Tretdeno') in Domesday Book. Slate was quarried here from approx 1305 to shortly before the Second World War: many of the quarries were on the coast and later others were opened in the Trebarwith valley to the south. One of the oldest is Lanterdan, recorded in 1493: Bagalow Quarry near Hole beach was an enterprise of Edgar Jeffray (early 19th century). A small copper mine also operated in the latter years of the 18th century. The acidic local soil was manured with beach sand from nearby Trebarwith Strand: the trade in sand led to road improvements in the early 19th century (the Trebarwith Strand to Condolden "Sanding Road").


In Norman times a small castle was established at Bossiney, probably before the Domesday Survey of 1086; Bossiney and Trevena were established as a borough in 1253 by Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall. In Domesday Book there are certainly two manors in this parish (for a probable third see Trethevy). Bossiney (which included Trevena) was held from the monks of Bodmin by the Earl of Cornwall: there was land for 6 ploughs and 30 acres (120,000 m2) of pasture (before the Conquest it had been held from the monks by Alfwy). The monks of Bodmin held Treknow themselves: there was land for 8 ploughs and 100 acres (0.40 km2) of pasture.[6] Tintagel was one of the 17 Antiqua maneria of the Duchy of Cornwall.[7] The parish feast traditionally celebrated at Tintagel was October 19, the feast day of St Denys, patron of the chapel at Trevena (the proper date is October 9 but the feast has moved forward due to the calendar reform of 1752). The market hall and the site of the fair were near the chapel. Some historical resources on Tintagel's history can be found in Vision of Britain

Redruth transmitting station

There are three Redruth transmitting stations:

Carn Brea

In the Iron Age the site was re-occupied and minerals were mined from the hillside. A hoard of Kentish gold staters found in the eighteenth century suggests trade links with the other side of the country at this time.[citation needed] The Ravenna Cosmography, of around 700AD, makes reference to Purocoronavis, (almost certainly a corruption of Durocornovium), 'a fort or walled settlement of the Cornovii', (unidentified, but possibly Tintagel or Carn Brea).

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