This category tree is for websites about, or with addresses located within, the ceremonial county of Cornwall.
The county is the most south-western in the  South West of England.
Cornwall as a Unitary Authority includes the offshore archipelago, of the  Isles of Scilly to the west,
and the county of  Devon is to the east, where the  River Tamar forms a significant part of the county boundary,
as it flows into the  English Channel along on Cornwall's south coast.
The west and northern coasts are exposed to the area of the Atlantic Ocean, known as the Celtic Sea.
The administrative capital of Cornwall is the city of  Truro, and the county no longer has the
division into districts (see  Government).
Postal addresses within the county start their post code "TR" for Truro in the west, whereas those
near the Devon border may begin "PL", for Plymouth.
Where localities are too small to justify their own category, websites may be listed
according to their the postal town.
Please note that there are sub-topics for the major categories which are shown by clicking the
dark  symbol right of the category heading.
The sub-topics are shown in their localities, by clicking this, such as  Cornwall: Accommodation .
If this is grey, then clicking restores the view with localities at the top.

Please do not suggest websites directly to this category.

If the website pertains to a particular place in the county which has its own category, then it should be
suggested under that category in an appropriate sub-category if one exists.
If the website relates to the whole (or a significant part) of Cornwall, or the websites shows
multiple office locations, then please find the most appropriate topical sub-category here.
Inappropriate submissions here will only delay the site's review and potential listing by editors.

Only if the website shows the addresses of more than one locality will it be included in one of
the county's topical categories, with the exception of Community, Health or Environmental websites,
providing information of broader interest in Cornwall.
 
If your locality is not listed, then suggest the website to the appropriate subcategory of the postal town.
where it can be added to the "Tree View", such as  Cornwall: Business and Economy .
For a locality without its own category:
If you know three websites that correspond to a new locality in Cornwall, consider applying to be named editor
of the new category, making sure the title and descriptions comply with the Editing Guidlines?
This Arts and Entertainment category is to guide users to information and
organisations related to the arts and entertainment available in Cornwall. :
It should lead to websites ranging from architecture, visual arts, dance, music,
photography, theatre, performing arts venues, museums, galleries,
libraries, cinema, and cultural events.
Priority is given to listing websites in their locality category where available,
but this may mean those categories are too small to justify an
Arts and Entertainment category, linked from here.
Since 2019, Cornwall has been set up as a Regional Tree, so by clicking the  -symbol,
at the end of the path, then those localities and websites will be revealed.
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Please note that the websites for some businesses related to arts and entertainment are listed under the  Business and Economy
category tree.  eg -  recording studios, production companies, and retailer of recorded music or arts equipment. 
The website must show more than one postal address in Cornwall to avoid being pushed to a locality category.
Prompt listing of your site is more likely if suggested to the appropriate subcategory of its locality.
where it can be added to the "Tree View", such  Cornwall: Arts and Entertainment 
Bodmin, population about 12600, is a town in the centre of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bodmin or the area bounded by and including Blisland, Fawton, Cardinham, Trebyan, Lanivet,Withiel,Polbrock and Washaway. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom. If your website is appropriate to the Bodmin category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Bodmin sub categories.
Bodmin Moor is a granite moor situated between Camelford, Launceston, Bodmin and Liskeard. Rough Tor (pronounced Row as in Cow, Tor) is its most famous geological feature. The moor has several stone circles and easily visble signs of very early habitation.
Only sites about the moor itself should be submitted here. Sites for businesses, especially tourism enterprises, should be submitted to the nearest village or town.
Boscastle is a seaside village in the north-east of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Boscastle or the area bounded by and including Bos, Crackington Haven, Dizzard, Jacobstow, Trelash and Trevalga. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Boscastle category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Boscastle sub-categories.
Bude is a small seaside town in the north-east of Cornwall, England. The population (with Stratton) is about 8200.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Bude or the area bounded by and including Morwenstow, Wooley, Thurdon, Marhamchurch, Whitstone and Week St Mary. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Bude category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Bude sub- categories.
Most websites are listed in their locality categories. This category is for websites with more than one address in the county or where the locality category doesn't yet exist. Please note that there are several sub-categories available. Websites relating to travel and tourism should be submitted to the Travel and Tourism category or one of its sub-categories.
Sites are listed primarily by their physical location and not by market coverage. Very few sites will be included in the county category, usually only those with offices in more than one location. Sites which do not show a location may not be listed.

Sites should be submitted to their nearest locality even if a Computers and Internet or Business and Economy category does not exist within that locality. Categories may be added as the site lists grow.

Callington, population about 3500, is in the east of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Callington or the area bounded by and including Linkinhorne, Kelly Bray, Harrowbarrow, St Mellion or Quethiok. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Callington category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Callington sub-categories.
Camborne, population about 220000, is a town in the south-west of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Camborne or the area bounded by and including Treskillard, Burras, Crowan, Roseworthy and Kebelland. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Camborne category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Camborne sub- categories.
Camelford, population about 2300, is a small town in the north-east of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Camelford or the area bounded by and including Trefrew, Davidstow, Trevivian, Tresinney and Trevia. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Camelford category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Camelford sub-categories.
A bay, beach and residential development on the south coast of Cornwall located approximately two miles east of St Austell.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about Carlyon Bay

Popular rural village near Wadebridge in North Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Chapel Amble or the area bounded by and including St Minver, St Kew and Lower Amble. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Charlestown is a village and port situated approximately one mile south-east of St Austell.  The harbour itself is owned by a company that maintains a small fleet of tall ships, one or two of which can often be found at anchor.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about Charlestown

Delabole village is known for production of Delabole slate and still has a large working slate quarry.
Falmouth, population about 20000, is a port on the south coast of Cornwall, England. Together with Carrick Roads it forms the third largest natural harbour in the world. Pendennis Castle is located in Falmouth. It was constructed between 1539 and 1564 by King Henry VIII as a defence against the French.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Falmouth or the area bounded by and including Flushing, Maenporth, Treverva and Budock Water. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Falmouth category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Falmouth sub categories.
Fowey, population about 2300, lies to the east of St Austell in Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Fowey or the area bounded by and including Lerryn, Polruan and Tywardreath. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Fowey category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Fowey sub-categories.
Gunnislake, population about 2300, is in the extreme east of Cornwall, England, close to the Devon county boundary.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Gunnislake or the area bounded by and including Chilsworthy, Drakewalls, Calstock and Metherell. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Please submit health related sites, such as doctors, dentists and other health providers or advisors. Please only submit sites that relate only to practices in Hayle or the immediate area.
Helford village, is in the parish of Manaccan, between the parishes Anthony-in-Meneage and
St Martin-in-Meneage, on the south bank of the Helford Estuary.
This category lists websites for all three of these parishes, north
of  St Keverne which lies along the east coast of the  Lizard Peninsula.
Localities north of the Helford Estuary are listed under  Mawnan.
Those on the north bank to the west of Porthnavas Creek which forms the Constantine
parish boundary, may also be listed here (until there is a separate category).
Hence websites for Constantine and Porth Navas may be listed here.
This also applies to localities further upstream on the Helford River, in the parish of
Gweek, and the parishes of Mawgan-in-Meneage and St Martin-in-Meneage south of Helford River. 

Please only suggest websites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to Helford or the other Meneage parishes.

This includes only localities south of the River Helford, north of   St Keverne parish
on the east coast of the  Lizard Peninsula.
Until there is a separate category, websites for Constantine and
Gweek may be listed in the subcategories here.
Helston, population about 10000 is a small town in the south-west of Cornwall, England. It is renowned for the Helston Furry Dance.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Helston or the area bounded by and including Praa Sands, Germoe, Nancegollan, Garras and Berepper. Note that Porthleven has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Helston category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Helston sub categories.
Holywell is a coastal village in north Cornwall situated about three miles west of Newquay.  Its most famous resident was WJ Burley, author of the Wycliffe novels, who lived there until his death in 2002.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about Holywell

The Isles of Scilly is an archipelago of five inhabited islands and numerous other small rocky islets 28 miles off Lands End - the most South Westerly point of the British Isles. The inhabited islands are - St.Mary's, Tresco, St.Martin's, Bryher and St.Agnes with a community of around 2,000 residents. Work on the islands is centred on tourism, but also includes fishing and farming.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, the isles of Scilly. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Isles of Scilly category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Isles of Scilly sub-categories.
Kilkhampton is a parish in North Cornwall, between  Morwenstow to the north
with  Bude and  Stratton to the south.
The village of Kilkhampton is on the A39 road 3 miles inland, though the parish has a two miles of
west facing Atlantic coastline popular with surfers at Sandy Mouth Beach.
The eastern parish boundary is the boundary with Devon through Upper Tamar Lake, with  Bradworthy to the east,
which includes websites for Pancrasweek.
The parish of Launcells is directly south, where websites are included in the  Stratton category.

Please suggest websites only from or about the northern area of Cornwall around Kilkhampton.

This category represents the rugged peninsula that extends into the Atlantic.
This is in the parish of  Sennen, but the term, is extended to the
neighbouring parishes of  St Just to the north,  St Buryan to the east,
and St Levan to the south east, represented by  Porthcurno on the south coast,
with the parish of Paul eastwards, represented by the  Mousehole category,
before the major conurbations of  Newlyn and  Penzance.
 
For rural locations north of Penzance, please see the  Zennor category, otherwise
websites for locations on the north coast may be listed in the  St Ives category.
 
To distinguish the latter localities from the granite outcrop stretching west into the Atlantic,
the area is also known as Land's End Peninsula, or West Penwith after the former Hundred,
and district of Cornwall administered from Penzance.
The Parliamentary electoral constituency of St Ives, includes all of the parishes above,
but extends east of the boundary of the former Penwith District. 
The River Hayle flows north in to Carbis Bay and forms the boundary, with  Hayle
in the  Camborne and  Redruth constituency, whereas the parish of St Erth on
the River Hayne remains in Penwith, and until there are sufficient websites for
a separate category, is represented here by the  St Ives category.
The next parish inland to the south is Germoe, which until there are sufficient websites to
justify a separate category, is represented by the  Marazion category.
Websites for locations along the south coast, east of the Perranuthnoe and Praa Sands
are regarded as part of the  Lizard Pennisula.
Please suggest websites to the most appropriate subcategory of its locality category, where it
can be added to the  Regional Tree View
Launcerston, population about 6500, is a town in east Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Launceston or the area bounded by and including Warbstow, North Petherwin, Ladycross, Lezant, North Hill and Altarnun. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Launceston category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Launceston sub-categories.
Liskeard, population about 7000, is a town in the east of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Liskeard or the area bounded by and including Henwood, Pensilva, Merrymeet, Menhenio, St Keyne, Dobwalls and St. Neot. Please note that Minions has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Lizard is a small village on the tip of the Lizard peninsula, in the extreme south of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Lizard or the area bounded by and including Ruan Major, Kuggar, Ruan Minor, Cadgwith and Kynance Cove. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom
The Lizard Peninsula ("The Lizard") is a rural area in the south west of Cornwall, having
the small village of Lizard at its southernmost point.
Lizard is the southernmost mainland village in Britain, within the parish of Landewednack.
All websites within this parish should be listed in the Lizard category.
There are formally 12 parishes on the Lizard Peninsula.
On east coast, north of Landewednack, the parish of  Mullion, with Predannack Downs,
Predannack Airfield, Mullion Cove, and Mullion Island, south of the main village of Mullion.
Next north is the parish of Gunwalloe, which includes Mullion Golf Club, before the hamlet of Gunwalloe,
with Carminowe Creek at is northern boundary.
Across Carminowe Creek, and The Loe, which is the estuary of the River Cober,
is the parish of Porthleven.
Inland the River Cober runs to the west of the town of Helston.
Helston parish includes Helston Down and Culdrose Airfield, before the inland parish of Cury,
separated from Carminowe Creek and the east coast by Gunwalloe, and includes the
hamlets of Nantithet on Gilly Hill, Cury, Gwealeath and Cross Lanes on
the A3083 road between Helston and Lizard.
Until there is a separate category, websites for the parishes of Cury and Gunwalloe may be listed in subcategories of Helston.
On the east coast, the parish of Grade-Ruan, with villages of 
Cadgwith immediately north, then Ruan Minor up hill from Cadgwith Cove,
with Kuggar further north, and Goonhilly Down inland.
Until there is a separate category, websites for the parish of Grade-Ruan, may be listed in
the  St Keverne category.
St Keverne is the parish stretching along a south facing coast from Gwenter to Coverack,
then north via Porthoustock, on the coast east of the village of St Keverne, then Porthallow,
and the mouth of the Helford, before the parish boundary of St Anthony-in-Meneage.
St Anthony-in-Meneage is also a hamlet on the north bank of across Gillian Harbour and
Gillian Creek, with the boundary with the parish of Manaccan to the east.
Manaccan is also a hamlet east of Gillian Creek, but the busier conurbation is  Helford,
with its harbour on the Helford River and a ferry to the Helford Passage on the north bank.
Immediately west across Frenchman's Creek, is the parish of St Martin-in-Meneage, also on the
south bank of the Helford River, with the parish of Mawgan-in-Meneage, across
Mawgan Creek, and on the south bank of the tidal Helford River, with the parish of Gweek to the north,
which bounders Helston.
Unlike the other parishes listed above, Gweek is not in the Parliamentary constituency of St Ives.
(Constantine and Gweek are within the  Camborne and  Redruth constituency)
However, websites for the community around the Helford River, are currently listed in the  Helford category.
Besides Gweek and the Menaage parishes on the south bank, this includes localities on the north bank,
in the parish of Constantine, to the parish boundary at Porth Navas, with  Mawnan to the east.
Please suggest websites to the most appropriate subcategory of its locality category, where it
can be added to the  Regional Tree View
Looe, population 5000, is a town in south-east Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Looe or the area bounded by and including Trewidland, Widegates, Seaton, West Looe and Duloe. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Looe category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Looe sub-categories.
Lostwithiel, population about 2500, is north-east of St Austell, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Lostwithiel or the area bounded by and including East Taphouse, Herodsfoot, Lanlivery and Maudlin. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
The ancient market town of Marazion, near Penzance in Cornwall, is most widely known as home to the world famous St Michael's Mount.
Mawgan Porth is a village on the north Cornwall coast, north-east of Newquay.

Please only suggest websites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to the parish of Mawgan-in-Pydar.

Until this parish is represented by its full name, websites for south of Grange Point, such as Trevarrian, St Mawgan, Carloggas and the Aiprport area, may be listed in the  Newquay category instead.
Websites for the parish of Mawnan, population about 1500, to include the inland village of Mawnan Smith, and south coast resorts south of Maenporth, to the estuary of the Helford River at Porthnavas Creek.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only suggest sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Mawnan or the area bounded by and including Mawnan Smith, Trebah and Porth Navas. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider suggesting to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations.
Mevagissey, population about 2300, is south of St Austell on the south coast of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Mevagissey or the area bounded by and including Pentewan, Gorran Haven, Portholland and St Ewe. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Minions is a small village north of Liskeard, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Minions. Please note that the nearby villages are in the Liskear category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Morwenstow is the most northern parish of Cornwall, with Welcombe and  Hartland to the north,
Bradworthy to the east, and north of the parish of  Kilkhampton.

Please suggest websites only from or about the most northern area of Cornwall around Morwenstow.

Mullion, population about 2000, is a village on the Lizard peninsula, south Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Mullion or the area bounded by and including Cross Lanes, Penhale, Mullion Cove, Trenance and the Goonhilly Downs. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom
Fishing port next to Penzance. Home to the art movement referred to as the Newlyn School and still a favourite location of artists.
This category includes sites related to the town of Newquay, Cornwall, UK. Newquay has a resident population of about 20,000 but can increase to more than 100,000 during the summer because of its high levels of holiday accommodation and tourism.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Newquay or the area bounded by and including Watergate Bay, St Columb Minor, Mountjoy, St Newlyn East, Cubert and Pentire. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Newquay category then please check to see if it suitable for any of the subcategories.
Padstow, population about 2500, is on the north coast of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Padstow or the area bounded by and including Little Petherick, Rumford, Constantine Bay and Trevene. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Penryn, population about 7000, is a town north of Falmouth, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Penryn or the area bounded by and including Mylor Bridge, Longdowns and Ponsonooth. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Penryn category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Penryn sub-categories.
Pentewan is a small community on the south coast of Cornwall, UK. It lies about three miles south of St Austell, and a mile north of Mevagissey.
This category includes sites related to the town of Penzance, Cornwall, UK. Penzance has a population of approximately 20,000 and is the principle town of the Penwith peninsula. The town is sheltered by Mount's Bay and faces south-east on to the English Channel.
Please only submit sites that are specific to Penzance. When submitting a site, please select a suitable subcategory.

Thank you.

Perranporth, population about 2600, is on the north coast of Cornwall, England, a few miles south of Newquay.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Perranporth or the area bounded by and including Goonhaven, Zelah and Trevellas. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to this category then please check to see if it is suitable for any of the Perranporth sub-categories.
Polperro is a village in south-east Cornwall, England, between Fowey and Looe.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Polperro or the area bounded by and including Lanreath, Pelynt, Porthallow and Trenewan. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Polruan is a small fishing village Cornwall, UK. It lies on the south coast, just across the estuary from Fowey.
Polzeath is a village north of Padstow in north Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Polzeath or the area bounded by and including New Polzeath and Trebetherick. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Porthleven, population about 3200, is a fishing village three miles to the southwest of Helston, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Porthleven. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Porthleven category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Porthleven sub categories.
Lower and Higher Porthpean are two small communities in Cornwall, UK. They lie on the South coast, just outside St Austell.
Portloe is a small village in the Roseland peninsular, Cornwall, UK.
Port Isaac is seaside village in the north-east of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Port Isaac or the area bounded by and including Port Gaqverne,Pendogget, Trelights, and Port Quin. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities specific to Cornwall; including local recreation organisations, services, facilities and events.
Businesses selling sporting or recreational goods are listed within Business_and_Economy/Shopping.
Redruth, population about 12500, is a town in the south west of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Redruth or the area bounded by and including Porthtowan, Chacewater, Gwennap, Illogan, and Portreath. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Redruth category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Redruth sub- categories.
Roche, population about 2900, is north of St Austell, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Roche or the area bounded by and including Victoria, Bugle, Enniscaven and Tregoss. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom
Rock is a small village north-east of Padstow in north Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to,St Minver. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
The Roseland peninsula lies to the east of Falmouth, Cornwall, England and consists of a number of localities which are linked from here.

Most websites are listed in their nearest localities, not here.

The only websites in this category deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the Roseland Peninsula as a whole.

Websites of a business nature that also have branches outside of the Roseland Peninsula should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category such as Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.

Saltash, population about 14000, is a town in the south-east of Cornwall, near the Devon county boundary and just west of Plymouth.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Saltash or the area bounded by and including Botusfleming, Burraton, Trehan, Landrake and Pillaton. Please note that St. Germans has its own category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Saltash category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Saltash sub-categories.
This category represents the parish of Sennen, the most western in mainland England.
The parish includes the most west point ( Land's End )
and the end of the A30 road
Sennen Cove is north of Sennen village, and the parish stretches north, but
Land's End Airport over the north boundary in the parish of  St Just.
To the south the parish includes hamlets of Trevescan and Trevelly, before the boundary with
St Levan, currently represented by the  Porthcurno category.
with  St Buryan to the east.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about/ show their location in the most western mainland English parish of Sennen.

Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality.
Please only suggest websites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to this area.
For websites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area, please consider suggesting them to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations.

Stithians, population about 2000, is south of Redruth, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Stithians or the area bounded by and including Penhalyean, Rame and Penmarth. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom
Stratton is a small town situated near the coastal resort of Bude in north Cornwall.

Please only suggest websotes here if they are specifically about Stratton

St Agnes, population about 2900, is on the north coast of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Agnes or the area bounded by and including Penhallow, Coldharbour and Goonvrea. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the St Agnes category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the sub-categories.
St Austell, population about 22000, is a town in the south of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Austell or the area bounded by and including Lockengate, Luxulyan, St Blazey, Carlyon Bay, Charlestown, Grampound, Treviscoe and St Dennis. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
St Blazey is a small town in the Restormel district of Cornwall, UK. It lies on the A390, about three miles north-east of St Austell.
St Breward, population about 900, is a village on the edge of Bodmin Moor, north of Bodmin, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Breward or the area bounded by and including Michaelstow, Penpoint and St Tudy. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
This category represents the parish and village of St Buryan, population about 1200
inland from Sennen.
In the north, the parish includes Crows-an-wra on the A30 road, but
Land's End Airport is over the north boundary in the parish of  St Just.
To the south the parish includes the coastline at Merthen Point, but Treen is to the west in the
parish of St Levan, currently represented by the  Porthcurno category.
To the east, the Lamorna Valley forms the boundary with the parish of Paul, with the village of Lamorna, on the west bank included in  St Buryan.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about/ show their location in the parish of St Buryan, Cornwall.

Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality.
Please only suggest websites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to this area.
For websites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area, please consider suggesting them to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations.

St Columb Major, population about 2200, is east of Newquay, Cornwall, England. The smaller village of St Columb Road is nearby. St Columb Minor is a little further away and is in the Newquay category.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Columb Major or the area bounded by and including Winnard''s Perch, St Wenn, Indian Queens, St Columb Road and Trebuddannon. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. Please note that St Columb Minor is in the Newquay category.
St Germans, population 1427, is a village in the south-east of Cornwall, England, south-west of Saltash.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Germans or the area bounded by and including Blunts, Markwell, Portwrinkle and Downderry. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Please submit sites that relate to the local area of St. Ives, Cornwall.
This category represents the parish of St Just, population about 4700, with the second most western point
in mainland England, Cape Cornwall, and St Just has the most western town council.
St Just is north of  Sennen, and includes Land's End Airport within the south boundary.
St Just includes Bojewyan, Boscaswell, Botallack, Carnyorth, Nancherrow, Pendeen, Tregeseal, Trewellard and Truthwall.
The next parish to the east is Morvah, and until there are sufficient websites for a separate category, Morvah websites
may be listed here, but those further east should be listed in the  Zennor category,
and those to the south east in the  St Buryan.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about/ show their location in the western mainland English parish of St Just.

Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality.
Please only suggest websites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to this area.
For websites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area, please consider suggesting
them to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations.

St Keverne, population about 2100, is a parish on the east coast of the Lizard peninsula, south of the Gillian
in the parish of St Anthony-in-Meneage, which is represented by the  Helford category.
The emain conurbation of St Kevernem is inland from Porthallow,
Porthoustock and Coverack, and the parish extends along the south facing coastline to Kennack Sands and Gwenter.
The next village on this coast is Kuggar in the parish of Grade-Ruan, and until there are sufficient websites
to create a separate category, websites for Grade-Ruan included here.
This includes the are inland including Goonhilly Downs, to the boundary with St Anthony-in-Meneage.
This category includes websites for the Manacles offshore, inland hamlets of Zoar, Laddenvean, Traboe and Trelan.

Please only suggest websites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to the parishes of Grade-Ruan and St  Keverne.

St Mawes is a village to the east of Falmouth, Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Mawes. Please note that the immediately surrounding area is in the Roseland category. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
St Teath is a small village in North Cornwall centred round a church dedicated to St Tetha. It lies a few miles south-west of Camelford.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, St Teath or the area bounded by and including Trewalder, Helstone and Treveighhan. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Tintagel, population about 2000, is a village in the north-east of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Tintagel or the area bounded by and including Bossiney, Trewarmell, and Treknow. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Torpoint, population about 8300, is a town in the extreme south-east of Cornwall, England, just across the river Tamar from Plymouth.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Torpoint or the area bounded by and including Antony, Millbrook, Cawsand and Crafthole. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If your website is appropriate to the Torpoint category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Torpoint sub-categories.
The county of Cornwall is situated in the very south west of England. It is a popular choice for holidays from both UK and international tourists. This category includes sites for area attractions and resources for those travelling in the county, including tourist guides, but not accommodation which should be submitted to Accommodation or one of its sub-categories such as Hotels, Bed and Breakfast or Self-Catering.
In order to see all the Cornwall localities with information for tourists,
try the  Regional Tree View
If the website relates to establishments in only one town or village then it should be suggested to that locality,
where it can be added to the  Regional Tree View  there.
Websites which include information on a wider area than just Cornwall should be suggested to the lowest suitable
location above Cornwall; South West Region, England or the UK.
Deep links of any such sites will not be added to Cornwall.
This category includes sites related to the city of Truro, Cornwall, UK. Truro is the administrative centre of Cornwall. It has a population of approximately 20,000 and is well known for the cathedral completed in 1910.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Truro or the area bounded by and including Ladock, Probus, Veryan, Trelissick, Perranorthal and Shortlanesend. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall. If you decide that Truro is the correct locality for your site then please check to see whether there is a suitable sub-category.
Tywardreath is a village in Cornwall, UK. It lies about three miles north-west of Fowey, and three miles east of St. Austell.
Wadebridge, population about 5300, is a small town in the centre of Cornwall, England.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Wadebridge or the area bounded by and including St Kew Highway, St Mabyn, St Jidgey, Travance and Edmonton. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom If your website is appropriate to the Wadebridge category then please check to see if it is suitable for one of the Wadebridge sub- categories.
Widemouth Bay (pronounced 'widmuth bay') is on the north Cornwall coast approximately 3 miles south of Bude.
Websites in this category usually deal with the administrative, commercial, social and cultural aspects of life in the locality. Please only submit sites with a sole operating address in, or devoted entirely to, Widemouth Bay. Sites of a business nature that also list branches outside of this area should consider locating to a more suitable and wider covered category to take into account their overall locations, e.g.: Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England or Regional/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Cornwall.
Zennor is a village and civil parish which includes the villages of Boswednack and Porthmeor and the hamlet of Treen.  It is located on the north coast, about six miles north of Penzance.

Please only suggest websites here if they are specifically about Zennor