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St Erme is a civil parish and village in Cornwallmarker, Englandmarker, in the United Kingdommarker. Trispen is a small village within the parish.

Trispen has a Post Office contained within the local Londis convenience store, and a pub called the Clock and Key. The parish of St Erme, which includes Trispen, has a population of approximately 1200.

Parish Church of St Hermes

The church was rebuilt in 1819-20 by John Foulston (apart from the tower which is medieval). The font is Norman and there is a brass of 1596 to R. Trencreek and family.

St Erme with Trispen Community Primary School

St Erme with Trispen Community Primary School Trispen, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9BJ caters for boys and girls from three to eleven years of age. The present building opened in November 1987, the school being founded in 1877. Built as a four class school with large hall, library, practical work areas, quiet room, changing rooms with showers, well equipped kitchen, a fifth classroom was added in 1999 to accommodate the growing number of pupils. An ICT room has recently been installed, providing the opportunity both for the teaching of Information Communication Technology and its application across the curriculum. There are around one hundred and ten children on the school roll, divided into four classes, as far as possible by age. A Foundation Stage Unit for 3 and 4 year old pupils operates during morning sessions.


At Bodrean Manor Farm two miles (3.5 km) north-northeast of Truro Aberdeen Angus cattle are reared and tourist accommodation is provided.


  1. Cornwall County Council Statistics
  2. Pevsner, N. (1970) Cornwall, 2nd ed. Penguin Books; p. 171
  3. Ordnance Survey, 1:50000 'Landranger map, sheet 204, ISBN 0 319 22204 7

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