St Just in Penwith is the furthest westerly town in England. Surrounded by moorland and only a mile or so from the Celtic Sea, it is a thriving town, though no longer the boom town it once was in the heyday of the mining industry.
There are several independent shops including a butcher and a baker, art galleries, a lively pub, an historic church with a living churchyard and a free car park. You can easily reach St Just by bus from Penzance if you prefer.
View original post | July 2015