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|Description ||The interior of St Dennis Dinas, or Dynas, meaning Hill fort. Today it is the churchyard of St Dennis church. Here the path leads off to a break in the west side of the rugged wall where two old well-worn steps lead into the area. Craig Weatherall, in his book Cornovia, tells us that the line of the inner bank of the fort, which may have been stone-built, is followed by the current churchyard wall. It was the most atmospheric churchyard I'd ever had the pleasure to visit, and was enhanced by the knee-high wild flowers and the sunlight dappling through the old twisted trees.|
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