Piano teaching in Budock Water
Background History of Budock Water
The village and parish of Budock, also known as Budock Water is the nearest to Falmouth as it is situated only two miles away. The parish also includes the villages and hamlets of Lamanva, Treverva, Bareppa and Mongleath. Falmouth was also originally part of Budock parish.
1207 is the earliest recorded date of a rector in Budock. An earlier link to the Celtic saint, Budoc also exists, dating back to 470AD. The village also has a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel which was first built in 1814.
Joining the village is Budock woods, said to be a beautiful sea of bluebells at certain times of the year. The wild and wonderful Penjerrick Garden is another area popular with locals.