St Ann's Chapel, Cornwall

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St Ann's Chapel is a hamlet in the parish of Calstock, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.[1] It is west of Gunnislake on the A390 between Tavistock and Liskeard.[2][3]

St Ann's Chapel football club was reformed in the summer of 2016, losing their first match to nearby Gunnislake 1 – 11 despite scoring first. They will play their first season in division five of the Duchy League.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ St Ann's Chapel; Explore Britain
  2. ^ Philip's Street Atlas Cornwall. London: Philip's, 2003; p. 40
  3. ^ Lower Tamar Valley & Plymouth. Explorer Map 108 (Map) (B3 ed.). Southampton: Ordnance Survey. 2012. ISBN 978 0 319 23709 0.
  4. ^ Deacon, Dave (24 July 2016). "Newly-formed St Ann's can't wait for start of new season". Independent (Plymouth). p. 16.

Coordinates: 50°30′56″N 4°14′22″W / 50.5155665°N 4.239387°W / 50.5155665; -4.239387