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.
PK Porthcurno Shortlisted for National Family Friendly Award
Charity Kids in Museums has run a prestigious annual award for 16 years, recognising the most family-friendly heritage sites in the UK.
Million Mile May
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
Telegraphy in West-Africa
Annabelle Garfield, Masters student at Exeter Uni explores a photo album from our PK archives about African Telegraphy throughout the 1900’s
Sustainable Beekeeping at PK Porthcurno 🐝
PK’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla shares the sustainable bee-keeping practices taking place at PK Porthcurno by our Bee Keepers.
The World of The Zodiac: Observing the 20th Century’s Global History
Exeter Students Lottie & Haseeb observe the global history that is presented in the Zodiac Magazine, the print from Cable & Wireless LTD.
Exeter Students Takeover PK Porthcurno
Michael shares his research, planning and taking the lead of a Takeover Day at PK Porthcurno for his Public History Project at Exeter university.
The Journey to a Plastic Free Community in Porthcurno.
PK’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla shares the journey of turning Porthcurno in to an official Surfers Against Sewage plastic free community!
PK Porthcurno’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla, explores Bats – their habitats, how the communicate and the threats they face.
The Wood-Wide Web
PK Porthcurno’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla, shares the important role of Fungi Mycelium and its complex network of brain-like roots.
PK Porthcurno’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla, shares her experience and tips for photographing the fascinating world of Fungi!
The SAS Millionth Mile Week Beach Clean
PK Porthcurno’s Young Curator, Maeve Cushla, shares images and findings of Planet PK’s Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) beach clean.