St Crida’s Church, Grampound with Creed

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Originally a Norman foundation, St Crida’s is largely a 15th century building which was further restored in 1904. In the upper level of the tower are painted panels with the Ten Commandments, Creed and Lord’s Prayer and in the nave a letter from Charles I to the people of Cornwall.

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