Main Road, Stoke Climsland
Stoke Climsland shown within Cornwall
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Stoke Climsland is a village in the valley of the River Tamar, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom within the civil parish of Stokeclimsland. The manor of Climsland was one of the seventeen Antiqua maneria of the Duchy of Cornwall.
The present church building is 15th century, with north and south aisles and a west tower. The tower is of granite and the wagon roofs are medieval. At Horse Bridge on the road to Tavistock is a fine bridge of seven arches (built in 1437). At Whiteford Sir John Call built a Georgian mansion in 1775 but it no longer exists: the stables and a garden temple remain and a few fragments have been reused in a house nearby.
The post office, opened in 1839, is the oldest in the UK. 
- William Pratt Call, banker and High Sheriff of Cornwall was a resident here.
- John Grubb, an early settler in Delaware
- Len Harvey, a boxer, who held one 'version' of the World's Light-Heavyweight Championship from 1939 until 1942 was born here.
- Neil Warnock, football manager had a home here.
- Pevsner, N. (1970) Cornwall, 2nd ed. Penguin Books
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