Coordinates : 50°50′28″N 4°31′34″W / 50.841°N 4.526°W / 50.841; -4.526 St Olaf's Church Poughill Methodist Church
* 1 History and notable buildings
* 1.1 St Olaf\'s Church * 1.2 Battle of Stamford Hill
* 2 Notable residents * 3 References * 4 External links
HISTORY AND NOTABLE BUILDINGS
The village's water-mill is located on the footpath towards Bush . Lying at the foot of Trevalgus Hill in thick woodland, it is believed to have been a manorial mill for Trevalgus Manor. The mill was powered by the stream which runs south towards Stratton called the Stratt. Part of the mill building was constructed of timbers from ships wrecked along the coastline.
ST OLAF\'S CHURCH
Main article: St Olaf\'s Church,
At the heart of the village is St Olaf's church. The church is of exceptional interest and dates from the 14th century. The frescoes date from about 1470, and depict St Christopher .
BATTLE OF STAMFORD HILL
This battle was fought on the outskirts of
During the latter half of his life, Sir
* ^ A. J. Stockwell, ‘Gurney, Sir Henry Lovell Goldsworthy
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography