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Posts Tagged ‘Dark Skies’

My Outreach Contribution for March 2024

Posted on: 1st March 2024 | by Sue James | Posted in From the Mayor

SPRING IS APPROACHING; By Councillor Sue James Well, can you believe that it is almost Spring? Obviously a sign of age, but this year seems to be flying past faster than ever. Things on the horizon to look out for are events during Dark Skies week in April and the launch of an appeal toRead More »

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