Kernow Cabs offers taxi services for St Keverne and outlying villages. We offer the standard taxi journeys which include school runs, doctors appointmets and maybe a trip to a friends or Helston. As well as these standard journeys we offer airport transfers, wedding cars and other out of county taxi journeys.
St Keverne is located on the Lizard Peninsular, about 11.5 miles from Helston and is one of the largest parishes in the area. There are some beautiful Cornish villages close by, Porthoustock, Kennack Sands, Porthkerris (with its dive school) and Coverack. All of these areas are popular tourist destinations and have wonderful coastal charm.
There is a primary school and doctors surgery in the village and at the center of the village lies the square, surround by two pubs; The White Hart and Three Tunns, a village shop, the church of St Akeveranus with its large spire, built to warn shipping about the Manacles reef.
The Manacles is a large reef which shows two small rocks at high tide, yet covers an area of shallow rock about a mile square. This hidden reef has laid claim to hundreds of deaths from wrecking ships over the years. Now it visited by keen divers who get to see some amazing marine life living on and around the rocks. It is also a draw to anglers who are attracted to the many fish it holds in its powerful tidal race.
The village is also renowned as where the Cornish Rebellion of 1497 began. It was led by a man called Michael Joseph An Gof, he raised an army of 15,000 Cornish people and marched to London in protest of the raising of war taxes by King Henry VII. They were defeated and Joseph met his end, being hanged, drawn and quartered.
St Keverne Taxi
We take pride in our fleet of vehicles, all looked after to the highest standards, disabled friendly and with the capacity of up to 8 passengers. Our drivers are polite, experienced and friendly and we look forward to working with you and booking your St Keverne taxi journey. Please telephone 07967 998016 to book with us. We look forward to your call.
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