Virtual Landscape Hub
Penwith Landscape Partnership
Online resources, promotion and communications
The aim of the Kresen a’n Tirwedh or the Virtual Landscape Hub is to bring together all the activities of the Penwith Landscape Partnership in one place using appropriate and innovative technology to enable people to learn more about the Penwith landscape and its heritage, and for our stakeholders to find out details of the scheme. It forms a vital part of the promotion of the Landscape Partnership as an integrated programme, aiming to inform people and communities across the PLP area.
The Virtual Landscape Hub has two main purposes: to regularly communicate the work of the PLP and its different projects to a variety of audiences; and to provide an easily-accessible archive of information about heritage in the Penwith landscape. We aim that the Hub will remain online and accessible for at least five years after the programme's end in 2022, with the digital resources collected transferred to Kresen Kernow at the end of the programme also.
Beneficiaries include project staff and volunteers who are able to access the site to map data and to record their work; stakeholders and funders who can see progress across the programme; and local residents and visitors to the Penwith area who can discover more about local heritage, learn about how to care for heritage and landscape features, and find ways to discover the landscape for themselves by following trails and visiting ancient sites.
This website is our Virtual Landscape Hub- please do explore and see what you can find out about our work and the Penwith landscape. It was developed by Iteracy working with Katie Giles, our Digital and Communications Officer. If you have any questions regarding the project please contact Katie by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Because of the nature of our work, this website will continue to grow, change and add more content throughout the lifetime of the programme- make sure you check back regularly to see what's new. Key new additions will be highlighted on our blog.