Enemy aircraft were overhead on many occassions during WW2, but only two notable bombings took place. On May 13, 1941 several bombs were dropped in the Mill Lane-Quary Hill area which resulted in the destruction of 23 houses. 18 persons were killed. On September 6, 1941 two large parachute mines were dropped. Only one person was injured.
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In memory of the men of the parish of St. Gluvias with Penryn who gave their lives in the Great War that we might live in peace 1914-1918