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Threemilestone is a small village in the civil parish of Kenwyn, located precisely three miles west of Truro, the only city in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Threemilestone has grown in recent years, as housing estates to the west have been developed. Between Truro and Threemilestone there is a continuous line of schools, colleges and industrial estates, including Truro College and Richard Lander School, a mere two-minute walk from the centre of Threemilestone. The village also has its own primary school which has 387 pupils. [1] .



In Threemilestone itself there is a central area of shops and facilities which include a Spar shop, a Co-Op Supermarket, a baker, fish & chip shop, butchers, chemist, doctor's surgery, launderette, hair salon, barbers, Post Office, community centre, Victoria Inn (Public House), and social club, Methodist church, dentist, and Chinese takeaway.

Threemilestone is also the location for a park-and-ride scheme that serves the A390. The park-and-ride resulted in an estimated removal of 118,000 cars from the road during its first 9 months of operation. [2] The park and ride is, therefore, an important piece of infrastructure, for the residents of Threemilestone and people travelling into Truro.


The village also has a successful football club called Threemilestone A.F.C. which currently runs four sides, a first team, reserve team, veterans side and a youth team. The club currently play their home games at Boscawen Park in Truro, however the hope is to return to the Polstain road pitch in the future. [3] There are a few parks in the area including leap park and swing park in the west side of Threemilestone. There is a historic patch of grass known to many as "The Green", this lies at the end of the roads Glyn Way, Pendeen Close and Berveth Close.

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  1. In Uk Local, Threemilestone School Information.
  2. CEEQUAL Awards Archived 2011-07-08 at the Wayback Machine , Park and Ride Statistics.
  3. Threemilestone A.F.C.

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