The church of St Corentin stands on the edge of the village of Cury, raised up in a lann. It has the air of an thriving Anglo-Catholic church.
In the churchyard is a large wheel-headed cross covered in a luxuriant growth of lichen.
The west door
There is some good seating outside
The original entrance arch has been sadly half-covered up by the porch
There is plenty of original carving. This is from the Lady Chapel
13thC font with 19thC serpentine shafts
The unusual squint also seen at Meneage churches
19thC, distinctly un-Cornish, ceiling in the transept