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View towards Carn KenidjackAs part of our Taking Names project, our work includes looking at some of the local folklore for Penwith- of which there is a great deal! We have begun our exploration of this by creating a trail of 12 points across St Just parish, each linked with fascinating folklore or local legend. To help you discover these local tales, we have created an online trail that you can explore- where you will be able to find the locations on a map, see photos and find out more. To explore our trail, click on the button below!

                                                                                            St Just Folklore Trail

We also often share stories relating to Penwith's rich folklore on our social media channels, so be sure to sign up to our pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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