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Altarnun
Blisland
Bodmin
Booby's Bay
Boscastle
Bossiney
Bude
Camelford
Coads Green
Crackington Haven
Constantine Bay
Daymer Bay
Delabole
Duckpool
Egloskerry
Five Lanes
Harlyn Bay
Kilkhampton
Lanivet
Launceston
Lewannick
Marhamchurch
Nanstallon
North Hill
Padstow
Petherwin Gate
Polzeath
Port Isaac
Porthcothan Bay
Port Quin
Poughill
Poundstock
Rock
Shop
(Bude)
South Petherwin
St Breward
St Endellion
St Issey
St Juliot
St Kew
St Kew Highway
St Mabyn
St Merryn/Shop
Stoke Climsland
Stratton
St Teath
St Tudy
Stanbury Mouth
Tintagel
Trebarwith Strand
Trebetherick
Tredizzick
Tregadillet
Treknow
Trevone
Treyarnon
Venterdon
Wadebridge
Warbstow Cross
Week St Mary
Whitstone
Widemouth Bay

 

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Shop is in the Parish of Morwenstow, (Cornish name:: Lannvorwenna). Shop is a small hamlet of pretty thatched cottages in a locationon the Cornwall and England border. Kilkhampton is south of Shop. The parish name is from English origin: 'St Morwenna's holy place'. Morwenstow is the most northerly parish in Cornwall and has a dramatic coastline with magnificent cliffs. The eccentric Reverend  Robert Stephen Hawker was the Vicar of this parish from 1834 to 1875. Of the many poems and hymns, one of which is Trelawney, which is often regarded as Cornwall's National Anthem and can be heard to this day being sung by Cornish Rugby supporters. Reverend  Robert Stephen Hawker was reputed to have owned ten cats which sometimes followed him to the church.

The 'National Anthem' of Cornwall

A good sword and a trusty hand!
A merry heart and true!
King James's men shall understand
What Cornish lads can do!

And have they fixed the where and when?
And shall Trelawny die?
Here's twenty thousand Cornish men
Will know the reason why!

Chorus:
And shall Trelawny live?
And shall Trelawny die?
Here's twenty thousand Cornish men
Will know the reason why!

Out spake their Captain brave and bold:
A merry wight was he:
'If London Tower were Michael's hold,
We'd set Trelawny free!

'We'll cross the Tamar, land to land:
The Severn is no stay:
With "one and all," and hand in hand;
And who shall bid us nay?

Chorus:
And shall Trelawny live?
And shall Trelawny die?
Here's twenty thousand Cornish men
Will know the reason why!

'And when we come to London Wall,
A pleasant sight to view,
Come forth!  come forth! ye cowards all:
Here's men as good as you.

'Trelawny he's in keep and hold;
Trelawny he may die:
But twenty thousand Cornish bold
Will know the reason why!'

Chorus:
And shall Trelawny live?
And shall Trelawny die?
Here's twenty thousand Cornish men
Will know the reason why!

Shop in North Cornwall

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