Liskeard is an ideal base from which to explore this part of Cornwall. It is situated at the head of the Looe Valley and has long been an important market town. The name of the town was originally Liscarretand it was one of the holdings of the Count of Mortain when it was recorded in the Domesday Book. At that time it boasted a market, a mill and 250 sheep. It received its first charter in 1240 from Richard, Earl of Cornwall. This brother of Henry III held Launceston Castle at that time. Later it became one of the county’s four coinage towns, returning 2 MPs until the first half of the 19th century
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