Wadebridge is situated on the estuary of the River Camel it was a busy port and the centre for wool production. The bridge which crosses the river dates from the 15th C and legend says that is was built on wool, paid for by the wealthy landowners; the bridge has 17 arches and is about 98m long.
Wadebridge is the start of the Camel Trail, a walking, riding and cycling route which passes through the countryside along the River Camel to Padstow following the old railway tracks of the Atlantic Coast Express. In the old railway station is the Sir John Betjeman Centre, with many items and information about the Poet Laureate and his life and times in Cornwall.
Every year in June the Royal Cornwall Show is held in Wadebridge, this is one of the largest agricultural shows held in England, and is a great day out for the family with so much to see and do.
At nearby St Breock, 1.6km west of Wadebridge is the St Breock Downs monolith, at 5 km high it is the largest and heaviest pre historic stone in Cornwall.
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