Date: Saturday 28th April 2018
The Changing Landscape of Mid Cornwall
Ivor Bowditch will show you the landscape which was industrial but is now planted with over 1 million English broad-leafed trees.
Stout footwear is advised.
Sorry no dogs.
China Clay has been extracted from mid Cornwall for over 250 years. Approximately 2 billion tonnes of ground have been excavated during this time, creating until the 1970s a unique lunar landscape.
Ivor Bowditch will show you how this area is being transformed from an industrial landscape to a green and pleasant environment with heathland and woodlands.
Meet at 10am at Wheal Martyn Museum, PL26 8XG for the mini bus.
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Roseland Visitor Centre, St Mawes
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This is the twefth year that the festival has been held and, with over 30 events to choose from, there is something for everyone at this year’s festival.
There is a great line-up of events from professional and amateur performers. Add in Walks, Drama, Music and a Boat Trip to make a Full Festival Fortnight.
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