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Truro is the ‘capital city’ of Cornwall, and is said to be the ‘small city with a big heart’. It’s name derives from the three rivers which meet in it’s centre. Around these rivers you will find the commercial and retail heart of Cornwall. High Street Shops and artisan bakers, popular cafes and independent coffee shops, can be found nestling in its cobbled streets. One of the first things you notice about Truro is the magnificent Cathedral which sits in the middle of the city, its neo-gothic spires can be seen by most Truronians as the city itself is situated in a natural bowl, surrounded by green fields.
Lemon Quay is the city’s hub. An open plaza which is home to the bi-weekly farmers market as well as a regular festivals, art and craft markets and exhibitions. Situated on the Quay is the Hall for Cornwall, which hosts everything from popular touring shows, Shakespeare, ballet to rock concerts.
Because Truro is compact, getting about on foot is easy. The railway in the centre of town is on the mainline from Penzance to London, and in the summer a ferry can take you through the beautiful Carrick Roads to Falmouth. Truro is perfectly situated between the dramatic beaches of the North and the beautiful beaches of the South which means that days out on either coast are within easy reach.
Tesco, Sainsburys , Co-op, Baker Tom , The Cornish Food Box, Illustrated Living, Uneeka
Bustophers, Saffron Restaurant, Mustard and Rye, The Hub Box, The Old Grammar School
Lawn Tennis , Leisure Centre, Cricket, Morgans Gym, Stringers Gym
Killiow Golf Club, Truro Golf Club
Truro station (on the mainline to Paddington)
12 minutes (4 miles) from A30 the main arterial route through Cornwall
1 hr (39 miles) to Newquay Airport
Truro Cathedral, Truro Museum, Trelissick Gardens