Bodmin


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Bodmin

(ˈbɒdmɪn)
n
(Placename) a market town in SW England, in Cornwall, near Bodmin Moor, a granite upland rising to 420 m (1375 ft). Pop: 12 778 (2001)
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Then they were called to a car in floodwater at Hengar Manor, a holiday park near Bodmin.
CARDIFF City were made to work hard for their pre-season victory over Bodmin Town on Wednesday night.
An estimated 300 Bluebirds supporters have made the trip to the South West, with Lee Tomlin the latest debutant to feature, in Wednesday night's victory over Bodmin Town.
Head for the north coast or discover the wild beauty of Bodmin Moor, which featured in the popular Poldark TV series, on its moorland footpaths.
Ross discovers there is a fever at Bodmin Jail just weeks before Jim is due to be released, so he embarks on a desperate course of action to save his friend - making things awkward when he is later invited to a grand ball, where in his frustration he gets fighting drunk, leaving Demelza to fend for herself.
In the middle ages Padstow was commonly called Aldestowe ('old place' in contrast to Bodmin, the 'new place.
Paul Harrold, operations manager at Kelly's, which is based in Bodmin, said: "I am absolutely delighted the business has won this prestigious award and that our commitment to sustainability has been recognized.
A DEFLECTED Lee Wherton goal against Bodmin paved Gornal Athletic's path into the FA Vase quarter-finals.
Ashington had an excellent success over Rushden and Diamonds on Saturday, and they have been rewarded with a tie at Bodmin Town.
There were no reports of damage but the tremor could be felt in Bodmin, Liskeard, St Austell, Padstow, Camborne, Wadebridge and Callington.
Ms Craze's car was found torched about a mile away from the scene in Bodmin, Cornwall.