The Rock Project

The church at St Enodoc’s is probably best known through its association with John Betjeman, the former poet laureate, who is buried there. The graveyard is also the resting place for some of the sailors and fishermen who have lost their lives on the infamous Doom Bar at the entrance to the Camel estuary. The church earnt itself the nickname of ‘Sinking Neddy’ a couple of hundred years ago when it became buried it the sands from the beach. At one stage it could only be entered through the roof. Click on the image below to view information on igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary https://www.wikipedia.org/.

In other cases, the accumulation of large amounts of dead plant material may, over millions of years, turn into coal, which is another type of sedimentary rock. Read our guide to the best places to eat in St Ives. From takeaways to fine dining, this … Read More