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St Germans church exhibits pre-Norman masonry in its west wall.
This church was first mentioned in 936 when the Anglo-Saxon King Athelstan appointed Conan as its Bishop.St Petroc's at Bodmin has probably the best example of a Norman font.The 15th century was the next great period of church building in Cornwall and many of Cornwall's churches date from this period.To preserve its structure, the ancient church of St Piran, dating from the 6th Century, has for many years been encased in concrete and covered in sand. Attempts are now being made to look at ways at which St Piran's Oratory could once again be open to public view.There is an ongoing appeal for sponsors and donors to support the St. The next period of history from which remains can still be detected in Cornish churches, is the period just prior to the Norman conquest.Falmouth Falmouth Golberdon Gunnislake Hayle Heamoor Helston Isles of Scilly Lamorna Lanner Launceston Liskeard Looe (East) Marazion Mawnan Smith Merrymeet Mevagissey Minions Mounts Bay Mullion Mullion Mylor Nancledra Newlyn & Mousehole Newquay Padstow Pendeen Penrose Perranporth Pipers Pool Pool Porthleven Portreath Quethiock Redruth Rutherbridge Saltash St Agnes St Austell St Austell, The most well known of the Society of Friends meeting houses in Cornwall is the Grade 1 listed building at Come-to-Good, Feock near Truro.