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Penryn 800 the early Charters

As we are celebrating 800 years of Penryn this year, we have of course been looking at the history books so perhaps we should start with an explanation of the first Charters that shaped the Town of Penryn. Put simply…… Back in the C13th the area we now know as Penryn including Mabe, Falmouth, Mawnan, Constantine, Manacan […]

Enys Gardens Bluebell Festival & Affordable Art Exhibition

If you are visiting Penryn during the season of the famous Enys Garden bluebell festival in May then you must spend some time appreciating one of Cornwall’s oldest gardens. As far back as the early eighteenth Century, Enys was acknowledged in the Magna Britania for it’s fine gardens, which suggests the gardens were already well established. […]

Things to do When you Visit Penryn – Kernick

It is easy to spend time exploring Penryn’s main street, with the wonderful architecture, museum, galleries, coffee shops and intriguing side streets but the town extends far wider. Here are a few things to do when you explore around Kernick industrial estate. Walking Tucked behind Kernick industrial estate is the historic Tremough House & Gardens. The house, now […]

Guest Blog – Why I Love Penryn by Jordan Ciacci

Peaceful yet so full of life is how best to describe Penryn in my opinion. When you walk down the main high street you are greeted with bunting everywhere, the fantastic clock tower, the superb view across to Falmouth and also the almighty church…pardon the pun. Then when you continue to walk down the main […]