Category Archives: Writing

From the archive: RAF Drytree Building Identification Project, 2010

Back in 2010, Elizabeth Masterton worked with researcher Benjamin Oldcorn to unravel the mysteries of some of the derelict buildings on the ex-RAF Drytree site. Complementing the existing reports from Cornwall Council’s Heritage and Environment Service, The RAF Dry Tree/Goonhilly

From the archive: RAF Drytree Building Identification Project, 2010

Back in 2010, Elizabeth Masterton worked with researcher Benjamin Oldcorn to unravel the mysteries of some of the derelict buildings on the ex-RAF Drytree site. Complementing the existing reports from Cornwall Council’s Heritage and Environment Service, The RAF Dry Tree/Goonhilly

The Goonhilly Chronicle Issue 1: Created by Phyllida Bluemel

Gloriously talented author and illustrator Phyllida Bluemel created our very first print edition of the Goonhilly Chronicle, which was distributed free at The Gathering and at the Museum of Cornish Life. We still have a few remaining, which will be

The Goonhilly Chronicle Issue 1: Created by Phyllida Bluemel

Gloriously talented author and illustrator Phyllida Bluemel created our very first print edition of the Goonhilly Chronicle, which was distributed free at The Gathering and at the Museum of Cornish Life. We still have a few remaining, which will be

The Ghostly Lugger: Goonhilly Folk Tales with Kelly Stevens

Imaginations ran wild at Goonhilly Village Green’s writing workshops with Kelly Stevens. All ages explored the flora and fauna of the heath and talked about its history and its ghostly tales before creating stories and characters (human and otherwise) to

The Ghostly Lugger: Goonhilly Folk Tales with Kelly Stevens

Imaginations ran wild at Goonhilly Village Green’s writing workshops with Kelly Stevens. All ages explored the flora and fauna of the heath and talked about its history and its ghostly tales before creating stories and characters (human and otherwise) to

The Ghostly Lugger: Writing workshops with Kelly Stevens

“In the midst of the dreary waste of Goonhilly…the form of a ghostly vessel may be seen floating with lug-sails spread…” Come and write your own story and create village characters based on the local legend, The Lugger of Croft

The Ghostly Lugger: Writing workshops with Kelly Stevens

“In the midst of the dreary waste of Goonhilly…the form of a ghostly vessel may be seen floating with lug-sails spread…” Come and write your own story and create village characters based on the local legend, The Lugger of Croft