Devoran Feock & villages SW of Truro

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Community website for the villages SW of Truro

Welcome to Devoran, Feock & the Villages SW of Truro

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Devoran.org.uk has being upgraded... to a new Content Management System... this means that not only can you have a FreeAd but also you can make changes to it as often as you wish...

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Visitors to our beautiful area of Cornwall, are also welcome to register and leave links to their favourite websites, Facebook, MySpace or just a message.


Mambo LogoWelcome to Devoran.org.uk where local business can promote their goods and services... and the wider community can have free access to the internet and publicise news and events.

Devoran.org.uk covers all the villages SW of Truro: Bissoe; Carnon Downs; Devoran; Feock; Kea; Mylor; Penpol; Perranarworthal; Perranwell Station; Point; Playing Place; Ponsanooth.

Neighbouring Community websites include:

Falmouth, Helston, Newquay, Penryn, Penzance, Pool, RedruthSt Ives, Truro & Cornwall

Whether you are a company, social group or an individual... please take the time to register with us and you will then be able to edit your own pages in this website.

 

  • Business and Services
  • Town Centre Shops
  • Accommodation: Hotels, Guest Houses and Bed & Breakfast
  • Social Groups

Please make contact using the email form by clicking on the "Contact Us" button at the top of this page.

There is a huge potential in the villages SW of Truro for successful growth in commerce and community even during these difficult economic times.

These villages benefit from regular public transport links by road, rail, cycle path and water, with fabulous countryside throughout; a rich diversity of business of both the service and manufacturing sectors in the villages and small industrial areas; a broad skill pool neaby in the further education centres at Falmouth, Penryn, Pool and Truro.

The area has a rich historical background and continues to attract new residents... local schools with the excellent standards and training are helping to create an environment of commercial growth.

The independent sector has had an important role in regenerating commercial activity, attracting significant sized companies into the surrounding towns.

Here at Devoran.org.uk, we are committed to helping local business promote their services and products... FREE... as in "no cost"... locally owned businesses can even use pages of devoran.org.uk as their website, temporarily or permanently - no charge!

www.devoran.org.uk/YourCompanyName

If this is of interest to you... please make initial contact by email using the mailer accessed via the "ContactUs" button at the top of this page.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 August 2010 16:55
 

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CORNISH MINING

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Cornish Mining

http://www.cornish-mining.org.uk/sites/knnllvlly.htm#perranoundry
http://www.cornish-mining.org.uk/sites/kennall.htm

The first gunpowder mill in the County was at Cosawes Wood, Ponsanooth, set up by Nicholls and Gill in 1809; although small, its evident commercial success was enough to encourage the powerful Fox family to set up their own gunpowder business at Kennall Vale in competition.

Kennall Vale represents the best-preserved gunpowder works in south-west Britain.

 

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