Inside a Medieval Church – The Church of St Nonna in Altarnum, north Cornwall, was built soon after the Norman Conquest. The interior was made much larger in the 15th century by adding two aisles.
UK Curriculum: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3
Explore Cornwall's Past – free access to the local history materials produced by academics and volunteers for England’s Past for Everyone. Resources include transcribed documents, images, text, and audio files that can be searched by location, theme, building type, time period, people and project.
Cornwall and the Cross: Christianity 500-1560 – looks at the history of Christianity in Cornwall from the end of the Roman Empire and into the Reformation. It also explores the role of the community in this development, from building parish churches to staging religious plays.
Last changed on Wed, 22 Jun 2011
Did you know?
In the Middle Ages, people made pilgrimages to religious sites in and from Cornwall. St Michael's Mount and Fowey were starting points for travel to shrines in France and Spain, but the most important pilgrimage site within Cornwall was St Day.