A little background on Redruth:

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The name Redruth supposedly came about because where there are shallow lodes of tin and copper lying close by, people extracted the metal ores, colouring the stream red. Among Redruth's historic buildings is the Parish Church of St Euny - it is Norman in origin but was rebuilt in 1756. Murdoch House, originally a chapel when built in the 1660's, and later used as a prison, was the first house in the world to be lit by coal gas in the late 18th century.

Redruth High Street
Redruth High Street

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