Liskeard in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... start acting my age. Also, from Liskeard it is only a short train ride or car journey to Looe. Here, you can shop and shop and buy all the little trinkets you want. I must warn you though, once you have seen one shop you have more or less seen them all. But there are a lot of nice places to eat and get icecream. To sit by the sea with your coat on and eat your icecream always makes me laugh. Although, Looe is just a little town near the sea, I like to go so I can see where my Dad got his first job and see where he grew up and hung out with friends. My favourite place to go in Liskeard and this is purely because I like to spend loads of mo... more
Customer Liskeard in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/07/11
Liskeard is a small market town in Cornwall about 30minutes from the Devon/Cornwall boundary that is made up of the Tamar River.
by - written on 14/01/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I have been visiting Liskeard in Cornwall ever since I can remember. My grand parents live there and it is where my Dad was born. As a child I really enjoyed visiting Liskeard, as every other shop is filled with little trinkets and ornaments. Arts and crafts. Bits and Bats. It is really quite fascinating for a younger child. Typical attractions Liskeard have to offer range from the Dobwalls Adventure Play Ground that has small trains the family can ride on that go under tunnels and round and round a track. My Grandad used to get us to see if we could make a 'choo-choo' noise for as long as we were under the tunnel. Obviously, this amused us immensley when we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/01, updated on 30/07/02 (Very useful, 296 readings)
Although I live up here in Derbyshire I have spent a lot of time in and around Liskeard (relatives live in a village just south of the town) and have just got back from a quick holiday there. My recent visit has given me sufficient motivation to write an opinion on the once beautiful town. Liskeard is a small market town about 10 miles west of the river Tamar and is apparently the administrative centre of the Caradon District of Cornwall. Liskeard is a town full of history, as early as the Bronze Age humans have populated Liskeard and the surrounding areas – mainly because of the natural spring that Liskeard is based upon. By the 13th Century Liskeard ... Read the complete review
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