Planet PK undertook our first beach clean of 2023. This beach clean was part of the Surfers Against Sewage Million Mile clean.
Understanding the implementation of gutta-percha in undersea cables & discovering its unsustainability and impact on the environment.
Members of Planet PK flew out to Carcavelos to meet the SOS Quinta Dos Ingleses team and to visit the site under threat of development.
Recently we have been looking at the relationship between bats and their main prey moths and how the two have evolved over millions of years.
Last Sunday we had a wonderful time delivering Pop-up activities at Golowan. We met lots of lovely people who enjoyed our offerings.
Young Curator, Maeve shares how Planet PK took part in SAS’s Million Mile May and the mess left at Porthcurno car park over the May half-term
PK Porthcurno, Museum of Global Communications has partnered with intelligence, cyber and security agency GCHQ for a new exhibition called ‘Watcher of the Skies’ which tells the fascinating story of a secret communications site on an exposed Cornish headland.
The archive at PK holds histories collected from those connected with C&W available to listen to online through the PK Online Collection.
For Mental Health Awareness Week we are happy to share this guest blog and beautiful mindfulness video by filmmaker Alban Roinard.
The collections held at the Museum of Global Communications contain archive material and objects from around the world, reflecting the global nature of the industry. The PK Online Collection (PKOC) provides a World Map that allows users to explore the items we have connected with a particular place.
PK’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla shares the sustainable bee-keeping practices taking place at PK Porthcurno by our Bee Keepers.
PK Porthcurno have won the prestigious Green Award as well as the Outstanding Contribution Award at the Cultural Enterprises Awards 2022.