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Quaker Meeting House at Come-to-Good, Kea, opened in 1714
Kea is a civil parish and village in Cornwallmarker, Englandmarker, in the United Kingdommarker. Also in the parish is Old Keamarker, the site of the original parish church of which only the tower now remains. It is named after Saint Kea who lived there in the late 5th century.

The parish church of All Hallows was built in 1895 to replace a church of 1802 which was the work of James Wyatt. The church has a steep tiled roof and a lead spire. The font is Norman and of the Altarnun type.

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