Cornish bee hives granted listed status by Historic England

Posted By on 2nd January 2017

A centuries-old collection of bee hives in North Cornwall has been listed by Historic England.

The 18th century bole walls at Dannonchapel Farm, St Teath, near Camelford, were made of local Delabole stone for honey bees. They have now been granted Grade 2 listed status, affording limited protection against development.

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