Place:St Columb Minor, Cambridgeshire, England

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NameSt Columb Minor
TypeTown
Located inCambridgeshire, England


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St Columb Minor is a village on the north coast of Cornwall, England, UK. St. Columb alone by default refers to the nearby St. Columb Major.

At one time St Columb Minor used to be the main settlement in the area, but it has now been encroached upon by its larger neighbour Newquay. The National School in the Square was built in 1842. It is on the site of the Parsonage and is now used as a Men's Institute. While still an ecclesiastical parish St Columb Minor is no longer a civil parish, forming part of Newquay CP.

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