Last year, we were thrilled to win at the Cornwall Heritage Awards for our ‘Contribution to the Environment and Circular Economy’ through our environmental programme ‘Planet PK’.
Meet our Digital Marketing Apprentice, Josh Deacon, as we celebrate National Apprenticeship Week 2021.
The Museum is Closed for Now, But Not Online! Due to COVID-19, our museum is closed to the public. But this doesn’t mean it’s closed online. There are our Twitter and Facebook pages, where news and informative goodies can be found, such as ‘Cable-ship of the Week’, and infographics charting the timelines of submarine cable
Visitor Services Coordinator Role Pro-rata to £25,000 pa Working on a rota basis, 5 days a week in summer, 3 days a week in winter Excellence in Customer Service We are looking to appoint a professional, enthusiastic team player to ensure all our visitors continue to experience the very best in customer service. This role
Café Assistant Role Flexible hours. £7.53 – £8.21ph (pay award pending). We are looking for cheerful, welcoming café assistants to work as part of a small friendly team. Energy and enthusiasm are essential as well as the highest standards in customer service. Previous experience an advantage. For more information please download the Cafe Assistant Job
Telegraph Museum Porthcurno has been experiencing a loss of broadband connectivity affecting phones and emails. The issue started early last week and is still ongoing. Porthcurno is located right on the coast and gets next to no mobile signal except for a Vodafone mast in the valley. Some limited connectivity has also been possible using
Telegraph Museum Porthcurno has reached the finals for two green awards in the Cornwall Museum Partnership and Cultural Enterprises Awards. The nominations come as recognition of the efforts of staff and volunteers to become more conscious and active in lowering the environmental impact of the business. Planet PK The museum is undergoing a radical change
Telegraph Museum Porthcurno takes Silver at the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2019. The award-winning museum previously won gold at last year’s award ceremony and received recognition again in the countywide competition. Located in the coastal valley of Porthcurno, deep in the South West of Cornwall, the museum was once the largest Telegraph Station in the world.
Even dogs can write poetry! Come along to Pawthcurno on Sunday and have a chance to meet the Poetry Postie who will be showing that even your dog can write poetry (or pawtry perhaps!) Arts for Health The Poetry Postie (aka international poet and children’s author Sally Crabtree) has been delivering poetic inspiration to the
Doggy Museum Takeover Join the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno to celebrate all things canine. Bring your furry besties for a doggy picnic, charity stalls and paw-some fun. Charity stalls Over two days we will be welcoming Spanish Stray Dogs, Street Vet Cornwall and the National Animal Welfare Trust who will be providing information on the valuable
Our Commitment to Ecotourism As part of a programme of environmental growth, the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno is promoting sustainability and eco-friendly travel. They have teamed up with the local transport company First Kernow to encourage visitors to use the bus infrastructure that runs between Penzance and Porthcurno. Half Price Museum Entry The First Kernow offer
Become a Citizen Curator at the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno! We are looking for volunteers keen on learning new museum skills. The Citizen Curators training programme aims to teach museum awareness and modern curatorial practice, and is supported by Cornwall Museums Partnership and the Centre for Curatorial Research. You will need: To be free to attend