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Self Storages in Lostwithiel, PL32
Self Storages in PL32 Lostwithiel These Self Storage companies are located in Lostwithiel

Handy Moves
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Storage Company
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

No added Self Storages are located in Lostwithiel

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Lostwithiel
Grahams Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
1/Greenhill Terrace
, TR12 6BS
Tel. 01326 231120

A & M Paint & Varnish Stripping
Company Type: Storage
, TR13 0AE
Tel. 01326 561076

Ian & A Van
Company Type: Self Storages
Trewillis Farm
, TR12 6SF
Tel. 01326 280823

Company Type: Removals & Storage
39A Meneage Street
, TR13 8RB
Tel. 01326 569393
Fax. 01326 569393

Cargo Carriers
Company Type: Removals & Storage
The Old Drill Hall/Turnpike Rd
, TR17 0DQ
Tel. 01736 711417

C & S Transport
Company Type: Self Storages
24 Polmor Rd
, TR20 8DW
Tel. 01736 360076

Cargo Carriers
Company Type: Self Storages
Old Riverside Cottage
, TR20 8DX
Tel. 01736 741069

Shift-It Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
Skybor Vean Penrose Farm
, TR11 5HL
Tel. 01326 251222

Falmouth Removal Services
Company Type: Removals & Storage
36 Oakfield Rd
, TR11 2HR
Tel. 01326 317516

Harry John & Son
Company Type: Storage
Liskernick/Burthallan Lane
, TR26 3AA
Tel. 01736 796989

Hirons Removals Of Rame Nr Penryn Cornwall
Company Type: Storage Company
Laramie Lestraynes La
, TR10 9EL
Tel. 01209 861213

Frank Tripp Removals & Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
2 Bohelland Rise
, TR10 8DT
Tel. 01326 373967

Woman & Van
Company Type: Storage
Roskrow Manor
, TR10 9AP
Tel. 07527 873327

Hirons Removals & Light Haulage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Laramie/Lestraynes La
, TR10 9EL
Tel. 01209 861213

Goodall J A & Sons
Company Type: Storage Solutions
The Warehouse/Quarry Pk Rd
, TR7 2NP
Tel. 01637 873753

First Choice Transport
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Lusty Glaze Rd
, TR7 3AD
Tel. 01637 870894

Christophers M J & Son
Company Type: Self Storages
Quarry Pk Rd
, TR7 2NP
Tel. 01637 872529

Man With Van
Company Type: Removals & Storage
95 Mount Wise
, TR7 2BT
Tel. 07791 626573

Lo-Tec Self Storage
Company Type: Self Storages
Herniss Business Park/Longdowns
, TR10 9BY
Tel. 01209 861508

Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 7/Eastwood Park/Eastwood Rd
, TR10 8LA
Tel. 01326 375807

Boat Yard
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Falmouth Rd
, TR10 8AD
Tel. 01326 319301

K J M Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
49 Trevithick Cr
, TR27 4AZ
Tel. 01736 755847

Direct Transport
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit 1D/Guildford Rd Ind Est
, TR27 4QZ
Tel. 01736 756488

West Cornwall Storage & Distribution Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
, TR27 5ET
Tel. 01736 850146

Penwith Coldstores
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit H/St. Erth Industrial Estate
, TR27 6LP
Tel. 01736 757593
Fax. 01736 757593

Tony & Transit
Company Type: Storage Solutions
4 Croft Common
, TR14 9HT
Tel. 01209 712232

Turners Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
Barncoose Ind Est
, TR15 3RQ
Tel. 01209 211557

Storage Company in towns near Lostwithiel, PL32

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PL32 Self Storages services in Lostwithiel
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Due to its name, it has been linked to the legendary Camelot, and even Camlann, but historians have been quick to refute these suggestions. (Also sometimes to Gafulford the site of a battle which is more likely to have been at Galford in Devon.) The origin of the name is probably from the original name of the river (Allen) in combination with cam- = crooked and the English 'ford', though this is not accepted by all.


The area consists of terraced miners cottages and rather barren industrialisation. With the demise of this economic activity many thousands of jobs were lost and Tuckingmill became a bleak post- industrialisation urban area. However, in recent years regeneration has picked up and improvements are expected over the next few years. Kerrier Council's bid for 23 million from the BIG Lottery Fund was successful - and announced in November 2007. The grant will be used to re-build the Pool area between Redruth and Camborne (Pool sits at the top of East Hill, immediately next to Tuckingmill).

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There is a restaurant and coffee shop and regular flea markets.


It is likely that the church of Kenwyn is very early and in fact the mother church of Truro. The original dedication is doubtfully St Keyne (Keynwen is the earliest form of the name which would be 'Keyn' and -wen' (white/blessed): by the 15th century it was assumed to be St Kenwyn (no medieval records have it with the prefix 'Saint'). Subsequently the dedication was attributed to St Cuby.[2] The manor of Kenwyn was held in the 12th century by Richard de Luci after it had been confiscated by the King. Apparently the borough of Truro was established by the lord in part of the manor and this was the beginning of Truro as a town, then called Triuereu.[3] In Domesday Book the manor of Kenwyn appears as Tregavran (in later usage Trehaverne). It was in the possession over many centuries of the families of Lantyan, Beville and Grenville, and Enys.[4]


The old parish church of Truro was St Mary's, incorporated into the cathedral in the later 19th century. Parts of the town were in the parishes of Kenwyn and St Clement (Moresk) until the mid 19th century when other parishes were created. St George's church in Truro, designed by the Reverend William Haslam, vicar of Baldhu, was built in 1855 (the parish was formed from part of Kenwyn in 1846). In 1865 two more parishes were created: St John's from part of Kenwyn and St Paul's from part of St Clement.[20][21]

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