St Buryan: St Buriana

Local legend suggests that the village of St Buryan takes its name from Berrian, the daughter of an Irish king, who came to Cornwall in a coracle (curragh) in the 6th century to convert the local inhabitants to Christianity. 

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Breakfast Club

Monthly. Every First Thursday at for 2 hours
St Buryan: St Buriana
B3283 St Buryan Truro, TR19 6AB, GB

First Thursday of the month - 8:30-10:30 St Buryan Church new cafe area. Everyone welcome! Get your day off to a positive start! Drop in and enjoy Tea, Coffee, OJ, Toast, Croissants, Bacon, Fruit and a chat! Suggested donation £2.50 all proceed for the upkeep & ministry of the Church

A book of condolence for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has been opened and can be found in the Lady Chapel at St Buryan Church.

It will remain open during the period up to the state funeral on the 19th September 2022.