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Redruth

Redruth (Cornish: Resrudh, /rəˈdruːð/ rə-DROODH) is a town and civil parish traditionally in the Penwith Hundred in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It has a population of 12,352. Redruth lies approximately at the junction of the A393 and A3047 roads, on the route of the old London to Land's End trunk road (now the A30), and is approximately 9 miles (14 km) west of Truro, 12 miles (19 km) east of St Ives, 18 miles (29 km) north east of Penzance and 11 miles (18 km) north west of Falmouth. Camborne and Redruth together form the largest urban area in Cornwall and before local government reorganisation were an urban district.

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Redruth Grammar School
50°13′52″N 5°14′20″W / 50.231°N 5.239°W / 50.231 -5.239 Redruth Grammar School in Redruth, Cornwall, was a boys school between 1907 and 1976 ...
Redruth - In Popular Culture
... Thomas Redruth is a character in R ... L ...
Media In Cornwall - Cinema - Regal Cinema, Redruth
... and possibly the South West, at the time of opening, the Regal Cinema in Redruth opened on 2 December 1935, with seating for 982 on a semi-stadium plan ...
Chicago, Detroit, Redruth - Track Listing - 3x12" Vinyl
... Side A "Comfycozy" "Radio Savalas" Side B "Breakbeat Metal Music" "God" Side C "Brain Rave" "Clikilik" Side D "Argument Fly" "Rotting Flesh Bags" Side E "Comphex" "Rapperdacid" Side F "Chicago, Detroit, Redruth" "Swet". ...
Bert Solomon
... He also played for Redruth R.F.C ... Cornwall in the Championship final match against Durham, at Redruth, in 1908 and was capped by England against Wales in 1910, the first year Twickenham opened ... Sometimes he refused to play for Redruth if his pigeons were still out, and often had to be cajoled into playing ...