Camp Hall Road

Postcode: TR8 5PF

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Camp Hall Road is a street governed by Perranzabuloe Civil Parish council in the administration area of Cornwall Council located in the South West Euro Region of the UK.

Camp Hall Road is located 233.08 miles West from the centre of London, 3.49 miles South West from the centre of Newquay, 9.25 miles North West from the centre of Truro and 15.91 miles West from the centre of St Austell.

Camp Hall Road is approximately 0.18 miles from the coastal tidal high water mark) and is 38 metres above sea level


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The Central point of Camp Hall Road is approximately 38 Metres above sea level
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Area Code: 01637 - Newquay
Area Code: 01841 - Newquay

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Wheal Golden - perranporth-aireborough
Wheal Golden is a holiday home with a garden, situated in Perranporth. The unit is 30 km from St Ives. A dishwasher and an oven can be found in the kitchen. A TV is provided. There is a private bathroom with a bath or shower.
Address:, TR8, Holywell Bay Newquay
Number of Rooms:1
Lowest Price Room:£84.66
Pennasville 17 198653 - cubert
Pennasville 17 198653 offers accommodation in Cubert. St Ives is 31 km away. Featuring a patio, the accommodation comes with a dining area and seating area with a TV. All units have a kitchen equipped with a dishwasher and oven.
Address:Pennasville Holidays, TR8 5PP, Holywell Bay
Number of Rooms:2
Lowest Price Room:£94.46
Villa Francia 198693 - cubert
Villa Francia 198693 offers accommodation in Cubert. St Ives is 31 km from the property. The accommodation features a seating and dining area. There is also a kitchen, fitted with a dishwasher.
Address:Pennasville Holidays, TR8 5PP, Holywell Bay
Number of Rooms:2
Lowest Price Room:£75.51
Pennasville 18 198678 - cubert
Pennasville 18 198678 offers accommodation in Cubert. St Ives is 31 km from the property. All units have a dining area and a seating area with a TV. There is also a kitchen, equipped with a dishwasher and oven.
Address:Pennasville Holidays, TR8 5PP, Holywell Bay
Number of Rooms:2
Lowest Price Room:£94.46
Romany Rye 43093 - newquay
Romany Rye 43093 offers accommodation in Newquay. Fistral Beach is 4.2 km from the property. All units feature a TV and DVD player. There is a seating and/or dining area in some units. There is also a kitchen, equipped with a dishwasher.
Address:Romany Rye, TR8 5PQ, Newquay
Number of Rooms:3
Lowest Price Room:£148.59

Local Council Details

Within the area of Cornwall
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Telephone Number: 0300 1234 100
Within the electoral area of Not Found -
Within the Westminster Parliamentary Constituency of Truro and Falmouth
The Member of Parliament is Newton, Sarah
Within the area of Perranzabuloe Civil Parish Council

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Population Statistics

ONS Area Code: E01018832
Ons Area Name:Cornwall 032C
Average Age : 45.89
Population: 1327.00
Male Population: 650.00 (48.98%)
Female Population: 677.00 (51.02%)
Number Claiming Benefits: 5 (0.38%)
Source: Office of National Statistics 2011 Census Data

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Perranporth (Cornish: Porthpyran) is a village on the north coast of Cornwall, England, in the United Kingdom, 6 miles (9.7 km) south-west of the surfing resort of Newquay and 6 miles north-east of that at Porthtowan.

The village has a fine links golf course and a civil airfield suitable for visitors arriving by private plane. Perranporth has a population of 3,066. The village, and its large sandy beach, face the Atlantic, with hundreds of miles of uninterrupted fetch producing large waves, making it one of the most popular surfing destinations, along with neighbouring breaks at Newquay, Chapel Porth and Porthtowan.

At low tide the sands extend up to Ligger Point, 2 miles (3 km) to the north. The village's name is Cornish for "Saint Piran's cove". Saint Piran is the patron saint of Cornwall and his white-on-black cross features on the county's flag.

It is believed that Saint Piran founded the church near to Perranporth (the "Lost Church") in the seventh century. Buried under sand for many centuries, it was unearthed early in the twentieth century, but again left to the mercy of the sands in the 1970s.

Plans are now afoot to make it accessible once more. During the 1999 solar eclipse, Perranporth was the one of the places in the country that was known to have a clear view of totality. Perranporth hosts an inter-Celtic festival each October, Lowender Peran, drawing people in from all six of the Celtic nations.

Perranporth is a family holiday destination. There is a lifeguard service on the beach from May to September. The beach is generally safe for bathing but there are dangerous rip currents around Chapel Rock on a falling tide. The sand dunes (Penhale Sands) adjacent to the northern part of the beach are used for orienteering championships.

There is also an army training camp and golf course here. The southern end of the beach is backed by dramatic cliffs, with natural arches and stacks, and tin-mining adits. This headland is called Droskyn Point, and on top of it is a youth hostel with views of the coast and a large sundial, situated beside the South West Coast Path.

The well-known motor engineer and designer Donald Healey was born and died in Perranporth. The author Winston Graham lived in Perranporth for many years and his famous Poldark novels, which were televised, starring Robin Ellis and Angharad Rees as Ross and Demelza, are based on the history of the area and its local families. "Hendrawna Sands" in the novels is Perranporth beach.


Cubert is an inland village with an unusual church in that its spire and tower are more or less equal in height. The village is named after the Welsh missionary St Cubert who, as a companion of St Carantoc, brought the Christian faith to this part of Cornwall, and to whom the church is dedicated. Unlike his companion St Carantoc - who travelled on to Brittany - St Cubert returned to Wales becoming abbot of his monastery and, according to the Welsh Chronicles, dying in 775 A.D. Started in the 14th century, the church of St Cuthbert has undergone various restorations, not least in the mid 1800s after lightening struck both the tower and the spire. Nearby is the holiday resort of Holywell Bay. As the name denotes, there is indeed a holy well here. In fact there are two. One spring can only be reached at low tide due to its location in a beach cave. Many people have come here over the years seeking its supposed curative powers. Another is accessed via two ornate arched doorways revealing stone seats where one can sit and listen to the gurgling water.

St Newlyn East

St Newlyn East (Cornish: Eglosniwlin) The parish of St Newlyn East, (usually abbreviated to Newlyn East) is about five miles south of Newquay.

The parish is named after the patron saint of the church, St. Newlina and has a small population (since last census) of 1390 people.

The Lappa Valley Steam Railway tourist attraction operates here. At Trerice is the Tudor mansion of the Arundells now in the care of the National Trust. The church was founded in Norman times and rededicated in 1259. Most of the present building is of the 14th and 15th centuries.

There is a fine Norman font. On 9 July 1846 a disaster at the East Wheal Rose mine was caused by an unusually heavy thunderstorm which lasted an hour and a quarter. It flooded the mine and thirty-nine of the miners - mainly inhabitants of the village and its immediate vicinity, were drowned.

The mine was eventually closed in 1881. After the disaster, villagers of St. Newlyn East worked together and dug a pit in remembrance of the miners who died. The pit is still there today, and has been used frequently for church meetings and tea gatherings etc. When the pit was actually made, it was also used for Cornish wrestling, and was recently re-dug and made more usable with funding from the National Lottery Fund.


The original name for Mitchell was Medeschole and the first mention of the village was in a court case in 1234, establishing the legal status of an annual market on St Francis's day.

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Location Details

Camp Hall Road

OS Reference: 176351, 058436
OS Grid Reference: SW764584
Latitude and Longitude: 50.38261055804, -5.1462970868532
Approximate distance to the Coast: 0.18 miles

Ordnance Survey Landranger Map Series for Camp Hall Road

Map Number: 200
Map Name: Newquay & Bodmin
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Rail Stations

Nearest Railway Stations

Newquay Rail Station is 6.21 Kilometers away (3.86 miles)
Quintrell Downs Rail Station is 8.76 Kilometers away (5.44 miles)
Truro Rail Station is 14.52 Kilometers away (9.02 miles)
St Columb Road Rail Station is 14.79 Kilometers away (9.19 miles)

Nearest Airports

Newquay St Mawgan Airport is 12.36 Kilometers away
Penzance Airport is 38.74 Kilometers away
Land's End St Just Airport is 48.56 Kilometers away
Plymouth City Airport is 73.88 Kilometers away

Nearest Ferries

Tolverne Ferry Landing is 19.98 Kilometers away
Trelisick Ferry Landing is 20.35 Kilometers away
Philleigh King Harry Ferry Landing is 20.47 Kilometers away
Padstow Ferry Landing is 23.22 Kilometers away

Nearest Motorway or Major Trunk Road

Camp Hall Road is approximately 4.89 miles from the A30

Nearest Motorway Junctions

Junction: M5 J31/A30/A38 - 120.21 Km Away
Junction: M5 J30/A376/A379 - 124.81 Km Away
Junction: M5 J29/A30(T) - 125.43 Km Away

Health Clinics

Perranporth Surgery
The Perranporth Surgery, Perranporth, Cornwall, TR60PS
Distance: 4.26 Kilometers
Telephone: 01872 572255
Community Team Perranporth
Perranporth Hlthy Lvng Ct, Wheal Leisure, Perranporth, TR6 0EY
Distance: 4.32 Kilometers
Telephone: 01872 573878
Newquay Health Centre (hunter)
Health Centre, St Thomas Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR71RU
Distance: 5.92 Kilometers
Telephone: 01637 872956
Newquay Health Centre
The Health Centre, St Thomas Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1RU
Distance: 5.92 Kilometers
Telephone: 01637 850002
Nearest Libraries

Nearest Libraries

Perranporth Library

Oddfellows Hall, Perranporth, TR60BW
Distance: 2.56 Miles
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Newquay Library

Marcus Hill, Newquay, TR71BD
Distance: 3.58 Miles
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St Agnes Library

The Car Park, St Agnes, TR50TP
Distance: 5.65 Miles
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Nearest Tourist Attractions

Nearest Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attraction

Attraction Name: Hollywell Bay Fun Park
Distance: 1.28 (km)


Attraction Name: The Round Garden
Distance: 3.40 (km)


Attraction Name: Perranzabuloe Museum
Distance: 3.58 (km)


Attraction Name: Blue Reef Aquarium
Distance: 5.85 (km)

Nearest Schools

Cubert School

Distance: 2.37 Kilometers
Type: Primary
Address: Chynowen Lane, Cubert, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5HE
Telephone: (01637) 830469

Perranporth Community Primary School

Distance: 4.62 Kilometers
Type: Primary
Address: Liskey Hill, Perranporth, Cornwall, TR6 0EU
Telephone: (01872) 572021

Goonhavern Primary School

Distance: 5.26 Kilometers
Type: Primary
Address: Goonhavern, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9QD
Telephone: (01872) 573311

Trenance Infant School

Distance: 5.81 Kilometers
Type: Primary
Address: Trenance Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 2LU
Telephone: (01637) 874532
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