Children from the local Keskowethyans Multi-Academy Trust spent the day at Goonhilly Village Green on Friday 25th September taking part in workshops devised by commissioned artists Liminal.
Activities included sending a message to the heavens on a tethered weather balloon, soound catching with parabolic microphones, making listening horns, tower building and the composing of peals, which were rung on the bells during Saturday’s event.
The day was rounded off with fabulous Goonhilly tales from Captain of the West, Mark Harandon.Thanks to all the pupils, staff and assistants from the schools, to Claire Scott and the team at the National Trust and volunteers from Falmouth University’s architecture course who made the day possible. For more images from the day, see Liminal’s Flickr photostream
Images: Artur Tixiliski