Whitemoor, Cornwall

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The road through Whitemoor - geograph.org.uk - 3982588.jpg
Approach to Whitemoor along North Road
Whitemoor is located in Cornwall
Whitemoor shown within Cornwall
OS grid reference SW9757
Civil parish
Ceremonial county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district PL26
EU Parliament South West England
List of places
50°22′54″N 4°51′35″W / 50.3816°N 4.8598°W / 50.3816; -4.8598Coordinates: 50°22′54″N 4°51′35″W / 50.3816°N 4.8598°W / 50.3816; -4.8598

Whitemoor is a village in St Stephen-in-Brannel civil parish in mid Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is northeast of Nanpean.[1]

Whitemoor Community Primary School[edit]

Whitemoor Community Primary School is a small village primary school, situated between St Dennis and Nanpean in the Clay Area of Cornwall. The school has since changed status to an Academy.

The school has actually been in Whitemoor for over a hundred years: but with a big new hall and airy classrooms, the pupils enjoy a modern environment. Its extensive grounds boast a "Pirate Ship", a Sports Field, a hard play area and a Science Garden.

Whitemoor is also home to the Dorothy Clay Pit.


  1. ^ Ordnance Survey Landranger 200; Newquay, Bodmin & surrounding area, 1:50 000. 1988

External links[edit]

Media related to Whitemoor at Wikimedia Commons