Posts Tagged: Goonhilly

HAPPIDROME photo archive on Flickr

Before Goonhilly Village Green, there was HAPPIDROME, an experimental artist-led project, located on Goonhilly’s National Nature Reserve on the disused site of the WW2 radar base, RAF Drytree. From 2007-2010, over a series of four events, Sara Bowler and Elizabeth

HAPPIDROME photo archive on Flickr

Before Goonhilly Village Green, there was HAPPIDROME, an experimental artist-led project, located on Goonhilly’s National Nature Reserve on the disused site of the WW2 radar base, RAF Drytree. From 2007-2010, over a series of four events, Sara Bowler and Elizabeth

The Village Green Society Lectures

Goonhilly Village Green was delighted to present a mixed programme of talks about Goonhilly Downs and the surrounding area. The lecture series was presented with the kind support of local renewable energy company Wattstor, whose solar powered batteries illuminated the

The Village Green Society Lectures

Goonhilly Village Green was delighted to present a mixed programme of talks about Goonhilly Downs and the surrounding area. The lecture series was presented with the kind support of local renewable energy company Wattstor, whose solar powered batteries illuminated the

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 Village Green Society Lectures: Sir Ferrers Vyvyan

Estates and their owners come and go, but Trelowarren, on the edge of Goonhilly Downs, can point to 1,000 years of recorded history, the last 600 years in the hands of the Vyvyan family. For Sir Ferrers Vyvyan, it remains

The Village Green Society Lectures: Sir Ferrers Vyvyan

Estates and their owners come and go, but Trelowarren, on the edge of Goonhilly Downs, can point to 1,000 years of recorded history, the last 600 years in the hands of the Vyvyan family. For Sir Ferrers Vyvyan, it remains

The Village Green Society Lectures: Dr Caitlin DeSilvey

Dr Caitlin DeSilvey is a member of the Environment and Sustainability Institute at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus and Senior Lecturer in Environmental Social Science at the University. She is a geographer whose research explores the cultural significance of

The Village Green Society Lectures: Dr Caitlin DeSilvey

Dr Caitlin DeSilvey is a member of the Environment and Sustainability Institute at the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus and Senior Lecturer in Environmental Social Science at the University. She is a geographer whose research explores the cultural significance of

The Village Green Society Lectures: Dr Jonathan Bennie

Dr Jonathan Bennie is a researcher based at the Environment and Sustainability Institute on the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus. He is also a member of the Biosciences department in the College of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University

The Village Green Society Lectures: Dr Jonathan Bennie

Dr Jonathan Bennie is a researcher based at the Environment and Sustainability Institute on the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus. He is also a member of the Biosciences department in the College of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University

W.G Hoskin on Goonhilly

W.G Hoskin (1908-1992) was a renowned historian of English local history “noted for his abhorrence of almost everything dating from the twentieth century” (‘An Introduction to Landscape’ Peter Howard, Ashgate 2011). Yet he said of Goonhilly: “Goonhilly is one of

W.G Hoskin on Goonhilly

W.G Hoskin (1908-1992) was a renowned historian of English local history “noted for his abhorrence of almost everything dating from the twentieth century” (‘An Introduction to Landscape’ Peter Howard, Ashgate 2011). Yet he said of Goonhilly: “Goonhilly is one of