25th April: In Search of Tywardreath presents: Castle Dore

Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – Scheduled Ancient Monuments by lain Rowe

lain is involved in a major project to protect, maintain, and make more accessible the ancient and beautiful historic landscape of Cornwall.
Guided walks, talks and participation in archaeological investigation and restoration of Cornwall’s ancient heritage are to be encouraged.
Learn all about it at:
Well St. Chapel, Tywardreath Thursday 25th April at 6.30 pm £5 at the door – Refreshments and Raffle

30th April – links from the talk provided:

Links that Iain talked about last night at his talk about Castle Dore and places of outstanding natural beauty.

 Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly’s Historic Environment  I also wrote, a while ago now, some instructions on how to use the mapping, they can be found on the Kresen Kernow, Learning from Home pages: Explore your local history – Kresen Kernow


The other mapping site mentioned is: Map images – National Library of Scotland (nls.uk)


New sites for the HER can be added, or existing sites reported on, here: Heritage Monitors | Let’s Talk Cornwall


Places on the Black Head walk can be booked here: Monumental Improvement Events page – Cornwall National Landscape (cornwallnatlan.wpenginepowered.com)

Thanks Helen

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