St Winwallow church in the Lizard hamlet of Landewednack is the most southerly in mainland Britain. Also known as St Wynwallow the church is built out of the local serpentine rock found on the Lizard peninsula.

St Winwallow church in the Lizard hamlet of Landewednack is the most southerly in mainland Britain. Also known as St Wynwallow the church is built out of the local serpentine rock found on the Lizard peninsula.

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Fishermen's choir Wednesday's Polperro, Cornwall A real picture-postcard treasure between Fowey and Looe, says Gill Charlton, our Cornwall expert. Locals have sorted the traffic issue by making all visitors use a park-and-ride. Like Port Isaac, it has a fishermen’s choir, which sings most Wednesday evenings in summer.

Fishermen's choir Wednesday's Polperro, Cornwall A real picture-postcard treasure between Fowey and Looe, says Gill Charlton, our Cornwall expert. Locals have sorted the traffic issue by making all visitors use a park-and-ride. Like Port Isaac, it has a fishermen’s choir, which sings most Wednesday evenings in summer.

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A thatched cottage at one of the two Church Cove's near Lizard in Cornwall, UK | Photo: Mark A Coleman on Flickr | Permission: CC BY-SA 2.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.de

A thatched cottage at one of the two Church Cove's near Lizard in Cornwall, UK | Photo: Mark A Coleman on Flickr | Permission: CC BY-SA 2.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.de

Helford River, Cornwall - This stretch of water, renowned for its natural beauty and its biological importance, can be found in southern Cornwall, stretching for roughly 6 miles on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula. Its rather grandiose title of ‘river’ is actually a bit of misnomer, as it’s not a river at all - it isn’t even an estuary. It is instead an ancient river valley that was flooded around the end of the last Ice Age, around 10,000 years ago, and is fed by numerous creeks.

Helford River, Cornwall - This stretch of water, renowned for its natural beauty and its biological importance, can be found in southern Cornwall, stretching for roughly 6 miles on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula. Its rather grandiose title of ‘river’ is actually a bit of misnomer, as it’s not a river at all - it isn’t even an estuary. It is instead an ancient river valley that was flooded around the end of the last Ice Age, around 10,000 years ago, and is fed by numerous creeks.

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