St Meubred, Cardinham, Cornwall
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The parish church is dedicated to St Meubred: it has north and south aisles and a tower of granite. The chancel suffered bomb damage in World War II. Two freestanding Celtic crosses of stone, bearing inscriptions in Latin have been found in Cardinham; both had been embedded in the walls of the fifteenth-century church and were moved after their discovery to the churchyard.
The colourful Glynn monument of 1699 at the east end of the south aisle.
Visited - June 2014
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