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Cubert Round

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<b>Cubert Round</b>Posted by philImage © phil
Nearest Town:Newquay (5km N)
OS Ref (GB):   SW796574 / Sheet: 200
Latitude:50° 22' 28.21" N
Longitude:   5° 6' 0.2" W

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<b>Cubert Round</b>Posted by pure joy <b>Cubert Round</b>Posted by phil


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Visited 19.4.12

As per pure joy - I couldn't see anything obvious either although this isn't helped by the high hedgerows and the fiarly bust road running through the site!

I doubt there is anything to see other than maybe a 'bumpy' field.
Posted by CARL
4th May 2012ce

Cubert Round Settlement - 28th September 2003

Very little now seems to survive of this enclosure. Either that or I wasn't very observant.

The site straddles the road from the A3075 to Cubert and Holywell (about 1km from the A3075 junction), and the OS map seems to be out of date now. The blob on the south side of the road is a large agricultural barn, but a similar (although smaller) structure now also exists on the north side of the road. Both have tracks leading into them where on a quiet day you might be able to park for a short while. There doesn't really seem to be anything left of see of the enclosure, although I assume some of it still exists under the very wild overgrowth on the south side of the road, complete with old agricultural equipment.
pure joy Posted by pure joy
5th October 2003ce
Edited 5th October 2003ce

WOW! someone in their infinate wisdom drove a road straight thru this one. (Not recently though)

You wouldn't know its there if you han't noticed on the map.

I have driven thru this site soo many times without realising the history a ROUND me!
Posted by phil
16th March 2002ce