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Harrowbarrow is located in Cornwall
Location within Cornwall
OS grid referenceSX397702
Civil parish
Unitary authority
Ceremonial county
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Post townCallington
Postcode districtPLl7
EU ParliamentSouth West England
List of places
50°30′36″N 4°27′43″W / 50.510°N 4.462°W / 50.510; -4.462Coordinates: 50°30′36″N 4°27′43″W / 50.510°N 4.462°W / 50.510; -4.462

Harrowbarrow (Cornish: Kelliskovarnek[1]) is a village in the parish of Calstock in east Cornwall, England.[2][3]

The Harrowbarrrow Panther[edit]

In April 2019 it was claimed that a big cat was sighted in the village after it attacked a dog. Residents claimed that five local pet cats had disappeared and that a local herd of deer was no longer visiting the fields near the village. A large paw print, identified as that of a panther or puma by the RSPCA was also found.[4]

All Saints, Harrowbarrow[edit]

In 1870 a parishioner presented the Rector with a piece of land, near the Prince of Wales Mine, and the church was designed by Mr J Piers St Aubyn and was built as a school and a mission chapel for £700. The church seats up to eighty worshippers.


  1. ^ "Kessedhek rag Arwodhyow ha Henwyn Leow" (.pdf) (in Cornish). Cornwall Council. 19 April 2013. Retrieved 8 September 2019.
  2. ^ Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 201 Plymouth & Launceston (Map). Ordnance Survey. ISBN 978-0-319-23287-3.
  3. ^ Harrowbarrow; Explore Britain
  4. ^ Bennett, Adam (5 April 2019). "Big cat stalks Cornish village after 5-inch paw print is found and dog is mauled". The Sun. Retrieved 6 April 2019.

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