Jackie Harding recounts walking across Gerrans Bay in Portscatho in summer earlier this year. In this new regular series of features she will be mapping these kinds of stories onto the physical landscape of the Cornish coast. Read on to discover more. Fuelled by a heady mix of childhood memories from my favourite 1970s TV series, Survivors – a…Continue Reading “Walking to Gerrans Bay”

Jackie Harding tells of her time walking from Talland Bay to Polruan earlier in spring this year. In this new regular series of features she will be mapping these kinds of stories onto the physical landscape of the Cornish coast. Read on to discover more. Three weeks after walking this remote stretch of Cornish coast, and…Continue Reading “From Talland Bay to Polruan”

Jackie Harding recounts a journey from Zennor to St Ives earlier this year, where the echoes of the past, the sounds of the sea and the memories of other people still resonate along the way. In this new regular series of features she will be mapping these kinds of stories onto the physical landscape of the Cornish…Continue Reading “Walking the Cornish Coast: As I Was Walking to St Ives”

Two third year history students from Exeter University, Will Orchard and Abi Stocker, examine the cultural landscape in a research project of West Penwith, interviewing Cornish residents along the way. Read on to discover their findings below. The aim of this project was to explore the relationships between landscape and identity through the collection of…Continue Reading “Cultural Landscape of West Penwith”