Awarded a grant to help fund a project to carry out urgent roof, tower and other structural repairs. St Cubert’s is a village church, open to all. The repair work will keep the church dry and prevent further damp and make the building safe for use and sustainable for the future.
The site of Cubert Church has been a place of worship since 700 AD. Started in the 14th century, the church has undergone various restorations, not least in the mid 1800s after lightning struck both the tower and the spire. The church is unusual in that its spire and tower are more or less equal in height. It is a rare example of a rural Cornish church that hasn't had a major Victorian restoration, and retains many original features.