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Cubert Parish lies on the north coast of Cornwall, five miles west of Newquay.
Cubert is the main village of the Parish but there are several hamlets, the largest being:
Perched at 86m above sea level, the village of Cubert enjoys commanding views South across the Penhale Sands to St Agnes Head and beyond to St Ives, West to the inspiring Atlantic Ocean and North up the stunning coast of Cornwall. The Parish is blessed with the golden sands of its half mile long beach at Holywell Bay, which is shielded by an impressive fortress of dunes and flanked either side by some of the best cliff walks to be enjoyed in Cornwall.
There is ocean surf, peaceful valley walks, open commons and cliffs packed with wildlife and an 18 hole golf course, all set against an unspoilt rural backdrop, as well as plenty of community services and spirit.
With a population of over 1200, Cubert has its own post office and store, bakers with a coffee shop, seasonal stores (at Holywell), fish and chip shop and three all year round pubs (with restaurants) and one seasonal pub within the Parish area. There are several holiday and camp sites.
Cubert village has two churches, a primary school and a nursery school, village hall and playing field.
St Cubert Parish Church dates from saxon times and has undergone extensive remedial works including the roof and tower. A large part of the funding was secured from the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2017 along with monies from a sizeable fundrasing effort from the local community.
There is a Methodist Church dating from 1848 which followed the first Methodist Chapel of 1765. This has been converted to two residential properties and the Church itself has relocated to the much refurbished Church hall next door in the year 2012.
What more could anyone want? - A newsletter to keep its residents and visitors abreast of the latest village news, views and muse... Well we have that too:
The Cubert Parish Newsletter is published monthly and has an average circulation of 575 printed copies over the Cubert Parish area reaching permanent residents and holiday makers. We also email a PDF copy to over 140 readers who elect to ‘save paper’, to parishioners who have moved outside of the parish and wish to keep up with news and to those advertisers who do not reside within the parish and to anyone who requests a copy.
The current newsletter and 14 back copies appear on this website and to spread the word to the holiday makers of what's on, local events, local businesses and other information, we make the website known through posters and other media.
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