English Heritage sites near Truro Parish

Porth Hellick Down Burial Chamber


1000 miles from Truro Parish

A large and imposing Scillonian Bronze Age entrance grave, with kerb, inner passage and burial chamber all clearly visible.

Halliggye Fogou


1000 miles from Truro Parish

Roofed and walled in stone, this complex of passages is the largest and best-preserved of several mysterious underground tunnels associated with Cornish Iron Age settlements.

Innisidgen Lower and Upper Burial Chambers


1000 miles from Truro Parish

Two Bronze Age communal burial cairns of Scillonian type, with fine views. The upper cairn is the best preserved on the islands.

Harry's Walls


1000 miles from Truro Parish

An unfinished artillery fort, built above St Mary's Pool harbour in 1552-53.

Garrison Walls


1000 miles from Truro Parish

You can enjoy a two-hour walk alongside the ramparts of these defensive walls and earthworks, dating from the 16th to 18th centuries.

Cromwell's Castle


1000 miles from Truro Parish

The castle stands guarding the lovely anchorage between Bryher and Tresco and is one of the few surviving Cromwellian fortifications in Britain.

Churches in Truro Parish

Kenwyn: St Keyne

Kenwyn Church Road Truro

Welcome to the Parish Church of Kenwyn, St Keyne in the Anglican Diocese of Truro and County of Cornwall England.

The Parish was established in 1991 when the two ancient Ecclesiastical Parishes of Kenwyn and St Allen were united by Royal Permission.  

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Member of Churches Together in Truro


Truro: All Saints, Highertown

Tresawls Road Truro
01872 261944

Welcome to the parish church of Highertown: All Saints in the Anglican Diocese of Truro and county of Cornwall England. 

Visit our website for more information: www.ash.church 

Truro: St George the Martyr

St. George's Road Truro
+44 (0)1872 2732

Welcome to the parish church of Truro: St George the Martyr in the Anglican Diocese of Truro and county of Cornwall England.

Visit our website for more information: www.trurochurches.org.uk

Pubs in Truro Parish

Barley Sheaf

Old Bridge Street, Truro, TR1 2AQ
(01872) 242057

The small and elegantly tiled frontage of this city centre pub in the shadow of the Cathedral belies the extensive open-plan interior, which has a mixture of lounge and dining areas. Multiple video screens operate at all times. There is a q...
City Inn

Pydar Street, Truro, TR1 3SP
(01872) 272623

This is a 2-bar community pub away from the shopping centre, and used by local residents. The wood-beamed lounge bar has several drinking corners and sports an impressive collection of water jugs, while the separate public bar is more spart...
County Arms

Highertown, Truro, TR1 3PY
(01872) 273972

This popular but mainly food-orientated road house and lodge nevertheless also welcomes the casual drinker. Extensively refurbished throughout, the dominant feature inside is the timber fixtures and fittings. The extensive main dining area...

3 Quay Street, Truro, TR1 2HB

Rebranded as an 'Irish theme pub', the premises are owned by the licensees of the Rising Sun on Mitchell Hill. Also strongly sports-orientated with TV sets in the bar room.
Globe Inn

Frances Street, Truro, TR1 3DP

Pub closed 2011. Now a coffee house. Extensively refurbished large, rambling and busy city centre pub, dating from 1838 and believed part of the old castle. The sign depicts the infamous Judge Jeffries. Food is produced at the servery (1200...
Market Inn

Back Quay, Truro, TR1 2LL
(01872) 270628

Once an interesting old green-tiled town centre local - see the preserved frontage - this small pub near the bus station is now, like many places in the heart of Truro, a food-orientated bar full of cushions, distressed furniture and divers...
Old Ale House

7 Quay Street, Truro, TR1 2HD
(01872) 271122

This is Skinner's Brewery tap right in the centre of Truro. The ornate frontage of this former draper's shop gives way to an atmospheric open-plan interior. The atmospheric ground level bar features wooden flooring, beams, uprights and furn...
Richmond's Bar
Rising Sun

Mitchell Hill, Truro, TR1 1ED
(01872) 240003

This local pub on the edge of the city centre is much frequented by local drinkers although there is a substantial food offering as well, with an emphasis on Cornwall and local produce. Although now open-plan, it has several drinking areas,...
Swan Inn

40 Bosvigo Road, Truro, TR1 3DQ

Pub closed June 2012. Converted to flats.
Truro District Conservative Club

80 Lemon Street, Truro, TR1 2PN
(01872) 72114

Card-carrying CAMRA members permitted. Lunchtime sandwiches are available until they are all sold.
Truro Golf Club

Treliske, Truro, TR1 3LG
(01803) 712686

Truro Golf Club, Truro
Try Dowr

Lemon Quay, Truro, TR1 2LW
(01872) 265840

One of Cornwall's earliest Wetherspoon's, opened in July 2006 overlooking the 'piazza' on Lemon Quay. Located in the former offices of the 'West Briton' newspaper, the pub follows the usual JDW city centre pattern, although it generally man...
White Hart

25 New Bridge Street, Truro, TR1 2AA
(01872) 277294

Basic but comfortable town pub near the bus station and is the oldest pub in town. This small local, which caters for all tastes, also marketed itself for years as the Crab & Ale House until summer 2013, hence the crab pots and other nautic...
Wig & Pen

Frances Street, Truro, TR1 3DP
(01872) 276064

Convenient for the town and railway station, the 'Wig' offers a pleasant interior and quiet, friendly atmosphere. Originally the Star Inn, it was renamed with the coming of the then new law courts nearby. Many of its customers are passing s...
William IV

7 Kenwyn Street, Truro, TR1 3DJ
(01872) 273334

Large city centre pub just off Victoria Square, catering for business people and shoppers at lunchtime and a younger clientele in the evenings, drawn by video screens and live music. The beers may vary, but there are usually three available...

3 New Bridge Street, Truro, TR1 2AA
(01872) 223163

A bright and comfortable bar, opened late 2005, and close to the centre of town. Food is served every day, and there is some live entertainment mainly on Friday evenings. Zafiro's can be noisy at night. No real ale.