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Greenham Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 140 pictures in our Greenham collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Stone mortar excavated at Iron Age cemetery, Harlyn Bay, St Merryn, Cornwall. 1968

A view of a stone mortar formerly at the museum at Harlyn Bay. The Iron Age cemetery in Harlyn Bay was excavated between 1900 and 1906. When digging foundations for a new house to be built, Mr Reddie Mallett had made an important archaeological discovery by finding a cist containing human remains. Excavations over the next 6 years found Harlyn Bay to be the largest Iron Age burial site in Cornwall. Bronze Age barrows had been discovered in 1864, on the west side of the bay, near the cliff edge, by a labourer digging a pond on land owned by Mr Hellyar. The museum was closed in the 1970s and most of the artefacts transferred to the Royal Cornwall Museum. Photographer: Charles Woolf.

© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf

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Lower Greadow Farmhouse, Luxulyan, Cornwall. 1972

Lower Greadow Farmhouse, showing the remains of a medieval monastery building which belonged to Tywardreath Priory. The farm is in Luxulyan Parish and the parish boundary runs close to the eastern side of the farm. According to 1888 and 1908 Ordnance Survey maps it was known as Lower Gready. Two nearby farms to the east were known as Middle Gready and Higher Gready, both of these being east of the parish boundary in Lanlivery Parish. At some time since then the word Gready has been changed to Greadow. A granite stone outside Higher Greadow Farm still reads Higher Gready Farm. An aerial view from Google Maps (2019) suggests that some of the remains have since been removed. Photographer: Charles Woolf.

© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf

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St Benet's Abbey, Lanivet, Cornwall. 1982

A view of St Benet's Abbey which gives a view of the tower remains of the chapel. At the time of the photograph, the Grade II listed building stood beside the A30, the main road through Cornwall. The Abbey now stands on a much quieter road as the Bodmin by-pass is now part of the A30. It was built in 1411 and is at the half way point of the Saints Way, a medieval route taken by early pilgrims on their way from Ireland to France. The Abbey is of the Benedictine Order and later became bed and breakfast accommodation. Photographer: Charles Woolf .

© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf