St Day is a civil parish and village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated between the village of Chacewater and the town of Redruth. St Day is located in a former mining area (which included Poldice, Tolcarne, Todpool, Creegbrawse and Crofthandy) and St Day accrued considerable wealth from mining. The parish is at the heart of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape (a World Heritage Site) which also includes St Agnes, Chapel Porth and Porthtowan.
St Day was a centre for the richest and perhaps most famous copper mining district in the world from the 16th century up to the 1830s. The population, wealth and activity in St Day declined steadily from about 1870 onwards, today the population is smaller than in 1841, It is now essentially a residential village.
The Wheal Gorland mine in St Day is the type locality for the minerals Chenevixite, Clinoclase, Cornwallite and Liroconite.
A St Day mine site has been used for short-oval stock car racing for many years. Stock car drivers from Cornwall have won 11 World Championships. The population of St. Day currently stands at 3069.
No population too small
Regardless of how large, or small, a population may be there is still wiggle room for accidents. Often times, these accidents are not the fault of the injured party.
Being involved in any accident is never pleasant, and it is even worse when you know that it was not your fault. In these instances you would be well advised to contact a no win no fee in St Day (or wherever you happen to reside) solicitor.
Finding a specialist lawyer, just like that, is not always all that easy – unless you contact a no win no fee in St Day lawyer via Accident Advice Helpline.
Accident Advice Helpline have been around since the year 2000, providing legal services for those who have been injured through no fault of their own.
Professional legal advice from a no win no fee in St Day lawyer is just a phone call away, you can find the free phone number at the top of this screen. If you prefer, however, there is also a quick claim form right here on the site and also the now famous 30 second test.
For free legal advice, and information on ‘next steps’ contact Accident Advice Helpline today.
Date Published: 17th February 2014
Author: David Brown