Trencrom Hill

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Trencrom Hill

near Lelant

near St Ives

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Description: Other landscape feature
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
About the memorial: Trencrom Hill (168m, 26ha) was given in 1946 by Col G L Tyringham as a memorial to the men and women of Cornwall who died in both world wars. From the summit are very fine views of the surrounding countryside and coastline overlooking St Michael's Mount and St Ives. The site includes the remains of an Iron Age hill fort, Neolithic enclosure and bronze age barrows.
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THIS PROPERTY WAS PRESENTED / TO THE NATIONAL TRUST BY / LT. COL. G. L. TYRINGHAM, / OF TREVETHOE IN MARCH 1946, / & AT HIS WISH IS TO BE REGARDED AS A / MEMORIAL TO THE MEN & WOMEN OF / CORNWALL, WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN / THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY / DURING THE TWO WARS / 1914–1918, 1939–1945.

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Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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National Trust