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Posts Tagged ‘Dark Skies’

Calling Creatives who Love Dark Skies & Wild Seas!

Posted on: 9th April 2022 | by Sue James | Posted in News

THIS IS A MAYES CREATIVE ORGANISED EVENT AND IS NOT FREE BUT …….. Dark Skies, Wild Seas: Cot Valley Group Artist Residency October 30th – November 3rd, 2022  A fantastic opportunity to spend time with like-minded people in the awe-inspiring location of Cot Valley, Cornwall, nestled within the UK’s most Westerly peninsular. This fascinating arts-science-heritageRead More »

My Proud Day – Announcing the Dark Sky Designation

Posted on: 11th December 2021 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

My proud day – announcing the International Dark Sky Park Designation for West Penwith at PK Porthcurno. Although no representatives of the press came, I still made a formal announcement about our achievement in getting this recognition from the International Dark Sky Association, as there were some local elected people that had not been onRead More »

St Just and Pendeen News & Events

Posted on: 30th September 2020 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

I thought it was worth me sharing a few things that have come my way and you might have missed. Did you know that the Farmers’ Market in Pendeen is back on the 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 10 till 1? It is now outside, opposite Pendeen Church in Church Road with traders under sturdy gazebos.Read More »

More Dark Skies News Coming to St Just Library

Posted on: 20th February 2020 | by Sue James | Posted in News

FRIENDS OF ST JUST LIBRARY EVENT Millennia of dark Skies – a History of Astronomy in West Cornwall A talk by Carolyn Kennett at St Just Library, Thursday 12th March 2020  Doors open 7:00 pm for refreshments, talk starts at 7.30 pm . Free admission, donations welcome for Library facilities Millennia of Dark Skies –Read More »

Dark Skies are good for Nature

Posted on: 14th January 2018 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Dark Skies are good for Nature so find out how to get involved in Cornwall projects. Get involved in developing a Nocturnal Environmental Growth Action Plan on 15 March at Heartlands. Booking essential. How to book