Ancient Predannack

Predannack is not an area many are familiar with by name although it stems from the original name for ancient Britain ‘Pretanic’ – the root word of Britanica. Predannack is a wild area of heath, moors and cliffs, there are no definitive boundaries to be found on official maps. Isolated and far from the ever developing Cornish mining areas, Predannack retained its old name and was seen by the Cornish people of the past as being the ‘old part’ of Cornwall. Very little has changed to this day.

A biting wind at Predannack Wollas today

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