We live and work locally, so we want to help the people who live here too.
The cost of delivery not only includes a carbon-offset fee (see here) but we also make a donation to organisations in this area:
When we attend a resting place within a churchyard, we make a £1 donation to the funds of that church.
If the location we visit is looked-after by Cornwall Council, we will give a £1 donation to Cornwall Hospice to support the wonderful work they do for terminally-ill patients and their families.
The un-tamed landscape and the low population density here combine to give a feeling of 'other'. Quiet burial grounds, resting in the landscape, surrounded by wind-stunted trees.
Land's End area
St Levan churchyard;
St Buryan churchyard;
St Just in Penwith Parish churchyard
Mevagissey - Trewinney cemetery & Mevagissey churchyard;
Portscatho – St Gerran’s churchyard; Ruan Lanihorne churchyard;
St Anthony-in-Roseland; churchyard;
St Ewe churchyard;
St Just-in-Roseland churchyard;
St Micheal Penkivel churchyard;
In this rural part of Cornwall, the sea always feels close at hand, and the churchyards blend in to the landscape they have inhabited for hundreds of years. Peaceful, with a sense of remoteness.
St Ives, Penzance & around
Godolphin Cross cemetery;
Ludgvan Parish churchyard;
Paul – Cholera field;
Pendeen churchyard &
Penzance: St Clare cemetery
Penzance: Mary the Virgin churchyard;
St Erth churchyard;
St Hilary churchyard;
St Ives – Barnoon cemetery;
St Ives – Longstone cemetery;
St Ives – Towednack churchyard
St Ives - Parish churchyard
Many of the churchyards through this area were established long ago, and the majority of them are associated with small parish churches. Some are sites of worship from the earliest Christian times.
The beautiful and rural Lizard peninsula has numerous - mainly small - burial sites, often closely associated with peaceful parish churches. Their enclosed churchyards hold a sense of serenity.
Crelly Wesleyan chapelyard
Helston: St Michael’s churchyard Helston cemetery;
Landewednack churchyard; Manaccan churchyard;
Mullion churchyard & cemetery; Porthleven churchyard;
Ruan Major churchyard;
St Antony-in-Meneage churchyard;
St Keverne churchyard;
St Martin’s churchyard;
The urban feel of the burial sites around Newquay - though with stunning views of the sea - are the exception in this area. The majority of sites are rural in aspect, and many are in close proximity to churches with Celtic foundations
north of Truro
Crantock Methodist churchyard; Creed churchyard;
Newquay – Atlantic Road cemetery; St Mawgan churchyard;
St Colan Parish churchyard;
St Columb Major churchyard;
St Columb Minor–Fairpark cemetery;
St Columb Minor churchyard;
St Enoder churchyard;
Newlyn East Parish churchyard; Tregony Parish churchyard.
Falmouth, Truro & surrounding area
Falmouth - King Charles the Martyr; Falmouth – Penwerris;
Higher Kea churchyard (All Hallows);
Kea – Old Church;
Kenwyn churchyard, Truro;
Mabe (St Laudus) churchyard;
Mether - St Cohan churchyard;
Penmount crematorium, Truro
Penryn (St Gluvias) churchyard;
St Allen churchyard;
St Budock Parish churchyard;
St Clements churchyard, Truro;
Truro Public Cemetery (St Clements Hill)
Settings through mid-Cornwall vary from urban graveyards near to Truro, through to tiny, rural locations such as at St Allen. The sea never feels far away, providing wonderful open aspects to locations in the south.
Redruth, Camborne, Hayle area
Camborne: Tuckingmill - All Saints churchyard; Centenary Chapel; Killivose cemetery; St Meriadoc; Treswithian crematorium; Camborne cemetery; Treslothan churchyard; Troon cemetery; Pencoys cemetery, Four Lanes; Penponds churchyard; St Euny churchyard; Trewirgie Hill cemetery.
Baldu cemetery; Carnmenellis Holy Trinity churchyard; Chacewater Churchyard; Gwennap Parish churchyard; Gwinear Parish churchyard; Gwithian Parish churchyard; Illogan cemetery; Lanner (Christ Church) cemetery; Mithian - St Peter’s churchyard; Mount Hawke Short Cross cemetery; Penponds Holy Trinity churchyard; Perranzabuloe Parish churchyard; Phillack churchyard; Ponsanooth churchyard; Redruth – St Day Road cemetery; St Agnes – Stile Field cemetery & churchyard; St Day – Holy Trinity Parish churchyard; Stithians – Meadowside cemetery & St Stythians churchyard; Treleigh churchyard.
High-density of population through this area - both now and historically - means there is a high concentration of burial locations. The settings vary from those near to old, established churches, to recently-landscaped newer sites. Very often, the sites are over-looked by derelict engine houses - reminders of past mining activity.