For our Kids In Museums Takeover Day students from Exeter University, took over our engagement team and delivered a climate themed workshop for King Charles Primary School in Falmouth.
Planet PK is pleased to be teaming up with our friends at National Trust for special collaborative Christmas Beach Clean at Porthcurno.
We are excited to join over 1,600 cultural attractions worldwide on 28 November 2021 to celebrate Cultural Enterprises brilliant Museum Shop Sunday initiative. It’s never been more important to highlight the vital role of retail in helping arts, cultural and heritage venues to survive and thrive. Museum Shop Sunday is a fantastic opportunity to do just that!
The PK Online Collection project moves closer to its scheduled launch date of December 2021.
Planet PK is pleased to be teaming up with our friends at Cornwall AONB) for another collaborative Beach Clean at Porthcurno.
Albert Lorens, past employee of Cable & Wireless Ltd, and dedicated volunteer at PK, celebrates his 100th Birthday at PK Porthcurno joined by friends and relatives.
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’.
Our STEAM activity for July celebrates National Marine Week and helps us to learn about the different zones in the Earth’s Oceans, and what creatures live deep below the surface.
Our STEAM activity for June celebrates Speak Cornish Week and Morse code. Can you work out the Cornish words from the Morse code?
It’s Kids in Museums Digital Takeover Day 2021 and our Young Curators, Citizen Curators and international research volunteers will be taking over our social media channels!
Seasonal vacancies are now available in our Front of House and Café areas. Wherever you are, you’ll join a small, friendly team and get the chance to share the remarkable story of Porthcurno with our visitors.
As the leaders of the G7 countries converge in West Cornwall for the 2021 G7 Summit, we take a look at the cable connections between the countries attending, and the significance of Cornwall as a hub of global communications.