Camborne/Kambronn is a town north east of St Ives off the A30 that expanded during the mining boom in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Camborne's parish church was built in the fifteenth century. Here is tenth or eleventh century alter stone set in the alter of the church which came from Chapel La. The churchyard is home to a number of crosses brought from other sites. The town has a number of light industries and has developed into popular place to visit with shopping and leisure facilities.

There is a bus and railway station in the town with rail links to Plymouth, Penzance and London.

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