In the second of our Planet PK blogs, Young Curator, Maeve Cushla, writes of her experience filming the grey seals that visit Porthcurno.
As the museum is closed for lockdown 2, Maeve Cushla, our Young Curator, spent this week photographing and researching the local songbirds around Porthcurno valley for the Kids in Museums takeover day.
On Friday 21st February volunteers and staff from the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno and the National Trust will team up as part of The National Trusts Land, Outdoors and Nature Strategy. The plan is designed to control invasive species at various coastal sites in West Cornwall. Natural Beauty Porthcurno valley has a special climate which is
The rain clouds have parted today just in time for our long-awaited wildflower planting as part of the museum’s Planet PK project. Investing in Nature A new project is underway, funded by Tevi, a Cornwall initiative which supports economic and environmental growth in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and a donation from Tim and
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
Museum Takeover Day Telegraph Museum Porthcurno has teamed up with the British Divers Marine Life Rescue to raise awareness for the protection of marine wildlife. The BDMLR will be ‘taking over’ the museum both onsite and online, with information about the charity’s work. They will also be showcasing the different ways members of the public
It’s the little things… Down at the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno we appreciate the smaller things in life. Our grounds are abundant with subtropical plants and native varieties of wild and cultivated flowers. These beautiful green areas are home to local bee species as well as our own hive of honey makers. July 10th is nationally