Tresillian village, Cornwall
Tresillian is a small village in Mid-West Cornwall. It is situated three miles east of Truro on the A390 road.
Tresillian was the site of a famous event in the English Civil War. In 1645, Thomas Fairfax sent a summons of surrender to Ralph Hopton who replied on March 8th that he was willing to negotiate terms. Fairfax agreed to negotiate and on March 10th 1645 both sides met at Tresillian Bridge. Hopton agreed to move his army to St Allen as a gesture of trust and goodwill allowing Fairfax to occupy Truro. Nearby settlements include Probus, Tregony and St. Michael Penkevil.
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