Goldsithney

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Coordinates: 50°07′30″N 5°26′06″W / 50.125°N 5.435°W / 50.125; -5.435

Goldsithney is located in Cornwall
Goldsithney
Goldsithney shown within Cornwall
Goldsithney

Goldsithney (Cornish: Golsydhni, meaning fair of St Sithney)[1] is a village in west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is on the B3280 at grid reference SW546306, about four miles (6 km) east of Penzance and one mile (1.6 km) east of Marazion.[2] It is in the civil parish of Perranuthnoe and St Hilary. It is in the civil parish of St Erth

The centre of Goldsithney is a conservation area and has two pubs (the Trevelyan Arms and the Crown Inn), a shop and a post office. The village holds a Charter fair in August each year.[3][4]

Fair folklore[edit]

According to Popular Romances of the West of England by Robert Hunt:

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