Kynsa ha Diwettha – Agan Tirwedh Bewa ha Gonis
First and Last – Our Living Working Landscape
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Welcome to the Penwith Landscape Partnership website - explore to find out more about our work and Penwith

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Explore the Penwith landscape, including trails and ancient sites near you, with our interactive maps

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We have a number of volunteer roles available- visit our Volunteer Pages to find out more

Discover more about Penwith's amazing Ancient Sites

Welcome to the Penwith Landscape Partnership

The Penwith Landscape Partnership was formed in 2014 by a group of community organisations and individuals who came together and shared the aim to support the understanding, conservation and enhancement of the Penwith Landscape as a sustainable living, working landscape.

Find out more about the Partnership and the work we do.

About us             Our projects

The Joy of Birds

3rd April 2020

I’m now working from home, and I’m lucky enough to have my desk overlooking the front garden where the bird feeder is, it’s given me the opportunity to really get to know the birds that...

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Explore Penwith

Use our interactive mapping to find trails, ancient sites and other points of interest in the Penwith Landscape

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Penwith needs you

Volunteering is at the heart of the work of the Penwith Landscape Partnership. Many of our projects include opportunities for volunteer work.

If you would like to broaden your skills and help the Penwith landscape at the same time, we may have a volunteering role for you! Click here to find out more.

Volunteering

Photo gallery

See images of the Penwith landscape, and the Penwith landscape partnership's work

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Upcoming events

Jun 26

Butterfly Identification workshop

This workshop will equip volunteers with the ability to confidently identify and record the butterflies of Penwith.

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Our projects

The Penwith Landscape Partnership Board is developing several projects aimed at conserving and enhancing this unique landscape through the First and Last – Our Living Working Landscape programme. The aim is to conserve, protect and enhance Penwith’s ancient farming landscape and field systems, its archaeology and natural environment for future generations.