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The last paragraph sounds like it is taken directly from an advertising pamphlet for the campus. I live in Cornwall, I know the area is nice, but perhaps a bit TOO positive here? I would rewrite and perhaps expand this article myself, but am busy with projects in real life. Harrias 23:40, 5 July 2006 (UTC)
I've done some rephrasing so we can take down the NPOV tag. QuartierLatin1968 22:25, 2 October 2006 (UTC)
In Summer 2013 Exeter Uni and Falmouth Uni agreed to rename "Tremough" to "Penryn Campus" - see this, for example. It appears that Exeter Uni is also now referring to its University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus by the same new name - as here, for instance. I therefore propose that article is merged into this one. —SMALLJIM 14:35, 18 December 2013 (UTC)