Welcome to Callington

Callington is a small town on the Cornish side of the valley perhaps most famous nationally as the home of Ginsters pasties. In some of the earliest tales of King Arthur, Arthur’s court is decribed as being at “Celliwig” in Cornwall, which some Arthurian scholars have identified as Callington. 

The town is famous for its murals. Finding all of the murals on the Callington Mural Trail can be quite a challenge!

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