St Ervan

St Ervan is a rural civil parish and hamlet in Cornwall. The hamlet is situated three miles (5 km) southwest of Padstow

St Ervan is named after St Erbyn (Erbin of Dumnonia (c. 427 – c. 480) was a 5th-century King of Dumnonia (now Cornwall and Devon) and saint of Wales.), the original patron of the church, who is said to have been the father of St Selevan, (a late 5th century Cornish ‘warrior prince’, possibly a King of Cornwall)

 

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