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Praze an Beeble (Cornish: Pras an Bibel), sometimes shortened to Praze, is a village in Cornwall, United Kingdom. It lies between the nearby towns of Camborne (2.5 miles) and Helston (7 miles) in the civil parish of Crowan.
The name Praze an Beeble was first recorded in 1697 and means the meadow of the pipe/conduit. The pipe can still be seen in the well at SW 6385 3571 opposite the entrance to medical centre. The village is not named after the watercourse through the village, which is called the Praze Stream, and was never historically known as the Beeble. Indeed, the upper part of it was the "Cargenwyn Stream" according to the Camborne Water Co. in 1866. It eventually joins the Red River north of Nancemellin near Gwithian. The Red River in Cornish is Dowr Koner.Early development was focussed around the cross-roads and there were an inn, smithy and two coaching houses. The smithy, two cottages and the inn all survive and are Grade II listed The settlement appears to have developed as planned, and landlord controlled, estate village for Clowance, to supply services and housing for the mining industry in the area and also to provide housing for agricultural workers. Its main period of growth until the 20th century was between 1809 and 1840. In this part of the 19th century the rows of cottages lining the road leading north to Camborne were built. In 1897 Polsue described it as "a respectable, compact, and well-built village". Although the population of the village fell between 1881 and 1931 it has subsequently increased. Some building took place south of the village centre between 1906 and 1946, but the majority of modern development has been to the east of the original planned estate village.Praze has grown to become the largest village in Crowan parish.



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