is situated in North Cornwall, between Wadebridge and Bodmin Moor. J.R.A.
Hockin in his book, " Walking in Cornwall"
it rather unkindly, as having "a huddled, wind-cringing look about
The village is centred on the grade 1 listed 15th century Church of
St.Mabena and is surrounded by high quality, undulating farmland.
increased from 510 in 1971 to 595 in 1991 and 635 in 1998 but is now
down to 560.
Facilities include a post office/shop “use it or lose it!” a pub, a
church, a school, a playgroup, a village hall, a playing field, a green,
a tug o' war team, a garden club and a young farmers group.