Tolcarne (Cornish : Talkarn) is the name of a number of places in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The name Tolcarne is derived from Cornish Talkarn i.e. "hill-brow tor". A carn is a pile of stones (usually natural) and is the same as tor in Devon.
Talkarn is the old name of Minster (grid reference) near Boscastle.
Places named Tolcarne include,
Newlyn is a seaside town and fishing port in south-west Cornwall, UK.
Advent is a civil parish on the north-western edge of Bodmin Moor in north Cornwall, England. The English name St Adwenna derives from the Cornish Adhwynn and lies in the Registration District of Camelford.
St Newlyn East is a civil parish and village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is approximately three miles (5 km) south of Newquay. The name St Newlyn East is locally abbreviated to Newlyn East and according to an anonymous historian writing in The Cornishman in 1880 it was only in recent years that Saint had been added to the parish name.
Cubert is a village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is three miles (5 km) south-southwest of Newquay and is in the civil parish of Cubert.
Amalebra is a hamlet in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, 3 miles south-west of St Ives at Ordnance Survey grid reference. According to the Post Office the 2011 census population was included in the civil parish of Towednack.
Amalveor is a hamlet in West Penwith, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom at grid reference. The hamlet is 3 miles south-west of St Ives. It is in the civil parish of Towednack.
Bake is a hamlet in south-east Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) west of St Germans at grid reference, 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) south-west of the A38/A374 Trerulefoot roundabout.
Ball is a hamlet on the outskirts of Wadebridge in north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
Barcelona is a hamlet in the parish of Pelynt in south-east Cornwall, England, UK.
St Thomas the Apostle Rural, also known as St Thomas-by-Launceston is a civil parish in east Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is centred on the village of Tregadillett and is in the Registration District of Launceston.
Tresmeer is a hamlet and a civil parish in northeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The hamlet is situated approximately seven miles (11 km) northwest of Launceston.
Landulph is a hamlet and a rural civil parish in south-east Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is about 3 miles (5 km) north of Saltash in the St Germans Registration District.
Summercourt is a village in mid Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is in the civil parish of St Enoder five miles (8 km) southeast of Newquay. The village is centred on the crossroads atof the old course of the A30 road and the A3058 Newquay to St Austell road.
Carland Cross is a location in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, about six miles north of Truro at OS grid reference. At Carland Cross there are a hamlet, a road junction and a large wind farm. The road junction is in the civil parish of St Erme, very close to the boundary with St Newlyn East.
Merther is a small hamlet 2 miles (3 km) east of Truro in Cornwall, England. It lies on the eastern side of the Tresillian River in the civil parish of St Michael Penkevil. It was formerly the churchtown of the small parish of Merther, and also the site of a manor house and medieval chapel dedicated to St Cohan. The former parish church is now in ruins.
The De Lank River is a small river in north Cornwall, England. It is a tributary of the River Camel and is approximately nine miles (14.5 km) long from its source on Bodmin Moor to its confluence with the Camel two miles (3 km) south of St Breward.
Hendra is the name of seven hamlets in Cornwall, England, UK.
Higher Tolcarne is a hamlet in Cornwall, England]. It is near St Mawgan; Tolcarne was one of the two Cornish manors of this name recorded in the Domesday Book, 1086. It is in the civil parish of Mawgan in Pydar
Rose is a hamlet in mid-Cornwall, England, UK. Rose is to the north-west of Goonhavern and east of Perranporth.
Perran Round is an amphitheatre in the hamlet of Rose, midway between the villages of Goonhavern and Perranporth, Cornwall, UK. It is described as the best surviving example of a plen-an-gwary, a medieval amphitheatre used for performing the Ordinalia, or Cornish miracle plays.