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Cornwall house removals
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Cornwall removal company
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Moving to Cornwall?
Located at the south western tip of England; Cornwall is a county bordered by the
Atlantic Ocean, the English Channel and Devon. Because of its exposed location Cornwall
receives the full brunt of prevailing winds and as a result the coastline has taken
on a rugged appearance over time. Bodmin Moor forms part of the central spine of
infertile grassland that crosses the county in a vaguely east to west direction.
The human history of Cornwall dates as far back as the re occupation of Britain
after the last ice-age but the county saw considerable habitation by Norman, Roman
and Anglo Saxon settlers over time. Consequently it is recognised widely as the
true homeland of the Celtic Nations, as well as the Cornish race of people who still
have their own language.
Cornwall is linked to the rest of the country primarily by the A38, A39 and A30
roads which provide differing routes out of the peninsula. Nearby Newquay airport
offers some level of small level air transport links. Train services are available
from London and other areas also. Finally ferry services are available across the
Bristol Channel to Welsh cities Cardiff and Swansea.
As far as centres of population go, Cornwall really has only one city; Truro, although
St Austell is actually a larger centre of population by numbers. In general the
economy of the county is driven mainly by the tourism industry which makes up around
one quarter of the economy. This is a more recent trend though as historically Cornwall’s
primary industry was tin until that industry fell into permanent decline during
the 19th century.
The area’s unique culture, spectacular landscape and pleasant climate make it an
extremely important tourist destination with thousands visiting the county’s beautiful
beaches every summer. Not just that, Cornwall offers beautiful gardens, wooded walks
and a great range of prehistoric sites, all adding to its appeal and not surprisingly
the county draws five million visitors annually.
Generally then, Cornwall is a most unique county in that it’s one of the few that
retains its own special identity and culture while at the same time attracting visitors
on an almost constant basis. Lacking the commercial draw of other areas it more
than makes up for that with charm and scenery and as such remains one of the country’s
jewels. The really pleasant climate that it can enjoy due; to its very southerly
posting make it a very attractive place to live and visit.
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