|Summercourt shown within Cornwall|
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|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Dialling code||01726 and 01872|
|Police||Devon and Cornwall|
|EU Parliament||South West England|
Summercourt (Cornish: Marghashir) is a village in mid Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is in the civil parish of St Enoder five miles (8 km) southeast of Newquay. The village is centred on the crossroads at of the old course of the A30 road (now re-routed north of the village as a dual carriageway bypass) and the A3058 Newquay to St Austell road.
There is a village school, Summercourt Community Primary School, which is a combined primary and junior school. It has a capacity of just over 100 pupils. The school started its life as the National School, Summercourt, in 1828 and was the first school in the area - taking children from Summercourt, Fraddon, Mitchell and even Indian Queens. At first it was only for boys - and consisted of one small room. A year later, girls were also permitted to attend. Since that time, the school has increased in size considerably.
The village today
The village has a pub (the London Inn on School Road), a restaurant and pub (The Fox's Revenge at nearby Carvynick) and there is a convenience store ("Summercourt Village Store" on Beacon Road) which incorporates a post office.
- Ordnance Survey 1:25000 'Explorer' map, sheet 106, ISBN 978-0-319-24016-8
- London Inn Summercourt
- The Fox's Revenge
- Dr Samantha Letters, Online Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England Wales to 1516
- Cornwall County council, document AD1751/4, Notes, Summercourt Fair, St Enoder; 1974
Media related to Summercourt at Wikimedia Commons