The river Fowey above the town bridge Lostwithiel

Daffodils on the riverbank in the playing fields
Daffodils on the riverbank in the playing fields

A riverbank view from the King George V playing fields in Lostwithiel, the area is an large open space activity area with playing equipment, for the younger children a football and basket ball area as well as a full size football pitch. The river glides passed as it reaches the towns ancient bridge, spanning the river Fowey since the 13th century built by the Normans and still a centre piece for visitors and the community alike. The bridge originally had 9 arches but due to sediment and change in river direction 4 of the arches are believed to be buried under part of the town in North street. This place is full of lovely scenery and truly a beautiful location.

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