Dobwalls and Trewidland

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Bosent cross, on the border with St Pinnock civil parish

Dobwalls and Trewidland (Cornish: Fos an Mogh & Trewydhlann) is a civil parish in south-east Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.

The parish is bounded to the north by St Neot and St Cleer parishes, to the east by Liskeard and Menheniot parishes, to the south by Morval parish, to the west by the East Looe River and the parishes of St Pinnock and St Keyne, and to the south-west by Duloe parish.

The two largest villages in the parish are Dobwalls 50°27′25″N 4°30′54″W / 50.457°N 4.515°W / 50.457; -4.515Coordinates: 50°27′25″N 4°30′54″W / 50.457°N 4.515°W / 50.457; -4.515 and Doublebois 50°27′22″N 4°32′17″W / 50.456°N 4.538°W / 50.456; -4.538, both in the north of the parish. There are several smaller villages in the south of the parish including Trewidland and Horningtops, and the hamlet of Boduel to the north.[1] The hamlets of Coombe, East Tuelmenna, Treburgie and Twelvewoods are also in the parish.[2]

The ancient village of Dobwalls was originally in Liskeard parish until the separate civil parish of Dobwalls and Trewidland was created. The population of Dobwalls and Trewidland parish in the 2001 census was 1,939.

Protected areas[edit]

Rosenun Lane, 1 km north of St Keyne Wishing Well Halt railway station, is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest noted for its geological characteristics.[3]

Ward changes[edit]

In 2002, the Electoral Commission ordered a re-organisation of wards in Caradon. The former wards were abolished and the district was divided into twenty-two new wards; and the parish of Liskeard was divided into two parish wards, Liskeard North and Liskeard South.

The change created 'Dobwalls and District' as a ward electing two councillors and incorporating the parishes of Dobwalls and Trewidland, Morval, St Keyne and St Pinnock.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 201 Plymouth & Launceston ISBN 978-0-319-23146-3
  2. ^ Cornwall; Explore Britain
  3. ^ "Rosenun Lane". Natural England. 27 June 1988. Retrieved 11 November 2011. 
  4. ^ The District of Caradon (Electoral Changes) Order 2002, Statutory Instrument, Crown Copyright, published by HMSO, ISBN 0-11-042876-5

External links[edit]

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