Place:Davidstow, Cornwall, England

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NameDavidstow
Alt namesDewstowsource: Family History Library Catalog
TypeTown
Located inCornwall, England
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Davidstow is a civil parish and village in north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is north of Bodmin Moor straddling the A395 road about 3 miles north of Camelford. The hamlets of Hallworthy, Hendraburnick, Tremail and Trewassa are in the parish.

'Davidstow' and 'Cathedral City' brands of cheese are produced at Davidstow Creamery which is operated by Dairy Crest using water ultimately from St David's Holy Well, next to the parish church.

A military airfield, RAF Davidstow Moor, was built near the village during the Second World War and was later used as a motor racing circuit.

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