The parish nestles into the eastern side of the
Tamar Valley, between Launceston and Liskeard, in eastern
Cornwall. There are three distinct parts to the parish:
western edges are on the upland granite of Bodmin
central part, which includes North
Hill Churchtown, lies in the valley of the River Lynher which flows into the River Tamar.
eastern side forms part of the rolling hills of the beautiful Tamar Valley
and the main centre of population in this area is Coad’s
Green with its own identity. This is in part due to the Methodist Church
(shown here) which over the years has attracted a congregation to Coad’s
Green from an area wider than the bounds of the civil parish.
shows the parish in 1887, 1901 and 1907.
on a date to see an extract from the appropriate directory.