K Porthcurno, Museum of Global Communications, is looking for a highly organised, technically skilled and practical individual to oversee operational aspects of the museum buildings and site including estate infrastructure, site management, facilities, maintenance, cleanliness, legal compliance and health & safety.
PK Porthcurno, Minack Theatre and Cornwall AONB joined forces to provide a day of environmentally themed activities for St Levan School.
Join us for an exciting Summer adventure with a diverse range of engaging and family-friendly activities to enjoy.
Discover our range of free events and activities over the May half term. Join us for our pop-up PK Mini Beasts activity and more!
We joined The Minack Theatre for The Wild Escape, a project uniting museums & schools in a celebration of UK wildlife and creativity.
Planet PK undertook our first beach clean of 2023. This beach clean was part of the Surfers Against Sewage Million Mile clean.
PK Porthcurno has been successful in its application to the Archives Resilience Grant, a new fund run by The National Archives.
Understanding the implementation of gutta-percha in undersea cables & discovering its unsustainability and impact on the environment.
Discover our range of free events and activities over the Easter holidays. Join us for craft events, Mini PK tours and more!
We’re excited to introduce our newest team member Mae Voogd! She has joined our team as the Learning and Participation Facilitator.
Many will remember with great fondness Albert Lorens, who sadly passed away in early January at the age of 101. Albert had been a valued volunteer at Porthcurno since the early days of the museum and was always happy maintaining our working machinery.
PK Porthcurno’s second schools tour of our Cornish Caretakers show ‘A Message to PK Porthcurno’ has just finished and we have a brilliant new blog by Emily Harrison who starred alongside Edward Rowe (Kernow King) in this unique story of global communications…