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Explore the latest news from the Penwith Landscape Partnership through our blog posts below.

Sites to Visit on the PLEN

6th January 2022

Before Christmas on our social media, we shared 24 of the individual sites you can visit on our Penwith Landscape Exploration Network, or PLEN for short - in this blog we have pulled all these direct links together to enhance your exploration of the site

Penwith Landscape Partnership - Christmas 2021

20th December 2021

An update on the working pattern of the Penwith Landscape Partnership team over Christmas 2021

A Cornish Twelve Days of Christmas

13th December 2021

In this blog, our Para Kernewek (Cornish team) share a version of the Twelve Days of Christmas in both Cornish and English - but with a Cornish twist! Perfect for singalongs for the coming festive period.

Reducing Nitrogen Fertiliser Usage

6th December 2021

With the price of Ammonium Nitrate fertiliser set to climb above £700 per tonne (Farmers Guardian 22/11/2021) James Daniel of Precision Grazing and our Farm Environment Officer Phil Pengelly discuss how farmers can reduce their reliance on artificial nitrogen fertiliser whist achieving the most profitable level of production in a YouTube video and our latest blog. 

St Levan's Chapel Rescue Excavation

30th November 2021

In September and October 2021 the Penwith Landscape Partnership have been working closely with Cornwall Archaeological Unit to excavate the remain of St Levan's Chapel, a tiny Medieval Chapel on the coast near Port Chapel prompted by concerns for its condition and survival. In this blog find out more about what was discovered.