St Cuby stands at the top end of the ancient village of Tregony on a difficult corner.
The clean greensward of the churchyard hints at the tidying up that has taken place, with the gravestones now lining the path to the south porch.
You are greeted at the south porch by three smiling faces and some lovely carving but that is pretty much all you can see of this church for it enters the hall of shame for not being open and there being no sign of where to obtain a key. Is it a coincidence that it is in the same parish as Cornelly?
We do recall, from attending a service here, that a rather incongruous modern projection screen hangs from the roof much where the rood might once have hung. Will some future write of the ‘interesting tradition of introducing projection screen fittings into many of our churches in the early years of the C21’?