Welcome to Bodmin, a historic town situated in Cornwall, South West England. It borders Cardinham to the east and Lanhydrock to the southeast, and was once the county town before the Crown Courts moved to Truro.
Today, the area is perhaps most famous for Bodmin Moor. However, it is also an excellent place to stop for an Afternoon Tea in Bodmin.
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Bodmin is one of the oldest towns in Cornwall, as well as being the only large Cornish settlement recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. Its name likely derives from the Cornish “Bod-meneghy”, which means “dwelling of or by the sanctuary of monks”.
Despite its religious beginnings, Bodin’s tin industry eventually became a mainstay of the economy. It was also the site of three Cornish uprisings, most famously the Cornish Rebellion of 1497.
Nowadays, however, people worry less about conflict and more about finding the best Afternoon Tea Bodmin venue.