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 with a shared aim to support the understanding, conservation and enhancement of the Penwith Landscape as a sustainable living, working landscape.
The partnership's delivery phase finished in September 2023 with a legacy steering group forming to collaborate on future opportunities. The group consists of CASPN, Cornwall AONB, Cornwall Council, Cornwall Heritage Trust, Cornwall Wildlife Trust and National Trust.
This website is a collection of information on what the partnership did along with opportunities to explore West Penwith further.
The Final PLP Blog
26th September 2023The mission statement of the Penwith Landscape Partnership (PLP) proposed a holistic approach, requiring experts in Archaeology; Ecology and Cornish Hedges; Farming; Footpaths and Access; Communication;...
Listen to or podcast looking at our work in the Penwith landscape - new episodes releasing weekly!
Award winning filmmaker Nina Constable created a series of films on our work in the Penwith landscape; showcasing this historic place and the team members, contractors and volunteers who have worked to help it through the partnership.
Explore some of Penwith's ancient sites, trails and habitats through the PLEN - our Penwith Landscape Exploration Network that allows visitors to tour notable sites in the Penwith landscape virtually.
The Penwith Landscape Partnership consisted of several projects aimed at conserving and enhancing this unique landscape through the First and Last – Our Living Working Landscape programme. These aimed to conserve, protect and enhance Penwith’s ancient farming landscape and field systems, its archaeology and natural environment for future generations.