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Mousehole School Nature Photography Exhibition - Day 2

Tuesday 8th June 2021, 10:00am to 5:00pm

In March of 2020 children from Lugger and Schooner classes at Mousehole School spent a morning out on Sancreed Beacon and in Tony’s Wood to explore these through photography, as part of our Seeing the Landscape project. These areas were chosen because they combined a variety of beautiful habitats with Bronze Age burial mounds and more recent mining heritage. The children were provided with cameras and told they could photograph whatever they liked and / or interested them, and that we would then exhibit a picture chosen by them – allowing everyone to see the landscape through their eyes. 

The project was delayed by lockdown, but each child has now chosen the picture they most want to share with the public and explained in their own words why this picture is important to them. Some of the children have also chosen to take this opportunity to tell our visitors attending the G7 summit what they hope can be done to help the natural world.

Large prints of the children's images, accompanied by their own words, will be displayed in the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall, Mousehole, everyday from 7th June to 17th June between 10am and 5pm. Pre-booking is not necessary, however at busy times there may be wait to enter the exhibition to ensure we adhere to Government guidelines to manage the spread of Covid-19.

The Solomon Browne Memorial Hall is in the coastal village of Mousehole, which is served by the M6 bus route from Penzance. Click here to see the bus timetable.



Address

Solomon Browne Memorial Hall
Duck Street
Mousehole
Cornwall
TR19 6QW