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Redruth (Cornish: Resrudh) is a town in Cornwall.


Redruth combines with Camborne to form the largest conurbation in Cornwall. The town also has a long history of Tin mining and is the home of Rodda's, a dairy that is the largest producer of Cornish clotted cream.

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By train[edit]

1 Redruth station is part of the London Paddington to Penzance line.

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  • 1 Carn Brae Castle, Carn Lane, Pool, TR16 6SL, +44 1209 218358. Middle Eastern restaurant in a castle that was built in 1379, and was later remodelled. Carn Brea Castle (Q5043753) on Wikidata Carn Brea Castle on Wikipedia



  • 1 Rayle Farm, Bridge, Illogan, TR16 4QP, +44 1209 842245. Rayle Farm self-catering holiday cottages are set in the heart of beautiful western Cornwall. The traditional farm buildings have been sensitively converted by local craftsmen and are perfect for relaxing short breaks or longer family holidays. Each cottage rental accommodates between two and six people and dogs are welcome.


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Routes through Redruth
PenzanceHayle  W Znak T-10.svg E  TruroSt Austell
Land's EndHayle  W UK road A30.svg E  BodminExeter

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