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Charity Kids in Museums has run a prestigious annual award for 16 years, recognising the most family-friendly heritage sites in the UK.
Ed Rowe, the Kernow King, shares his experiences of bringing our Cornish Caretakers show to schools and classrooms around Cornwall.
Annabelle Garfield, Masters student at Exeter Uni explores a photo album from our PK archives about African Telegraphy throughout the 1900’s
Exeter Students Lottie & Haseeb observe the global history that is presented in the Zodiac Magazine, the print from Cable & Wireless LTD.
Michael shares his research, planning and taking the lead of a Takeover Day at PK Porthcurno for his Public History Project at Exeter university.
PK Porthcurno are delighted to bring a new Cornish Caretakers show and workshop called ‘A Message to PK Porthcurno’ to 40 schools across Cornwall between March to May 2022.
PK Porthcurno have won the prestigious Green Award as well as the Outstanding Contribution Award at the Cultural Enterprises Awards 2022.
Porthcurno Awarded ‘Plastic Free Communities’ Status as it Takes Action on Single-Use Plastic Porthcurno is leading the way nationally as part of a network of communities across the UK who are taking on the challenge to tackle throw away plastic at source. The village has been awarded ‘Plastic Free Community’ status by marine conservation charity, Surfers
PK Porthcurno’s Digital Marketing Apprentice, Josh shares with us a brief outline of his year as an apprentice at PK Porthcurno.
New Videos on the Museum’s YouTube Channel Communications are all around us and have revolutionised our lives. In our mini-series on classic public communication on the street, we look at the development of the iconic British telephone box. And in a supplemental video, we take a little look at the curious meeting between the
Pillar Boxes, Telephone Boxes, and a Little Talk & Tea It has been an active month on the museum’s YouTube channel, with seven videos being uploaded in only three weeks. These videos include ‘Talk & Tea’, created for an exhibition in our tunnels. Between January to March 2019 pupils from St Buryan Academy Primary School