St Euny Church in Redruth is found on Cornwall's Mining World Heritage Site and is at the heart of an important mining landscape, amid many impressive reminders of mines, stamps and engine houses all within a mile of this spot. It is the oldest church in the area and it's history is rooted in mining.
See the St Euny Mining Church website
New find: ancient stones with legible writing have been discovered at St Euny church following renovations
New bi-lingual leaflets: leaflets have been published in two languages to entice visitors to St Euny. The church’s close mining links and significantly long history will be of interest to family historians and local groups, as well as tourists from the UK and abroad. Given the town’s links with Mexico, and the large Mexican contingent that visit for the annual Mining & Pasty Festival, the leaflet was also produced in Spanish.
A new video has been made of the bellringers of St Euny Church. It can be seen by clicking this link
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