Dobwalls and district from the 1940s Ordnance Survey Popular Edition One Inch to the Mile map.
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The name is spelt Dubwalls on Bartholomew's map and Black's Guide of 1879.
The A38 trunk road ran through the village until the bypass was opened on 19 December 2008. The bypass has two of the most elaborate bat bridges built so far in the UK (previous examples in Wales being wooden posts with cables). Twelve native species of bats are found in the area.
Until 2006, the Dobwalls Adventure Park tourist attraction was located north of the village.
In 2020 Cornwall Council announced that from 1 April 2021 the part of Dobwalls and Trewidland parish surrounding the village of Trewidland would be moved to the parish of St Keyne, to form the new parish of St Keyne and Trewidland, with the remaining parish known as Dobwalls.
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- "New Bat bridge for bypass : Marishal Thompson Group - Tree Subsidence, Arboriculture, Ecology and Landscape Architecture throughout the UK". Marishalthompson.co.uk. Archived from the original on 7 November 2009. Retrieved 12 September 2009.
- "House of Lords Written Answers 10 November 2009: Bats". United Kingdom Parliament. Archived from the original on 24 April 2010. Retrieved 5 June 2011.
- "The Cornwall No 1. Order 2020" (PDF). Cornwall Council. 8 December 2020.
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