The new look, fully accessible energy-efficient building opened last month following a £500,000 extension. It features the latest technology to bring history to life in amazing detail, giving people a unique and special experience, and celebrating Dartmoor’s remarkable Bronze Age heritage.
Linking with the government’s 25 Year Environment Plan and the 2019 National Landscapes Review, the centre revamp is part of Dartmoor National Park Authority’s long-term plan to connect people with Dartmoor’s incredible history, heritage and habitats.
Internationally recognised Bude-based charity, The 2 Minute Foundation, has launched a new campaign to plant and grow a forest of UK native trees in Cornwall. “We’re all about tidying up the planet 2 minutes at a time. Part of that, we think, is to help the planet to heal. Planting […]
The government is texting and emailing people across England to inform them of the new contact tracing app, available to download from the App Store and Google Play. Emails The email will come from ‘NHS Test and Trace COVID-19 App’. The email reads: This is a public health message from […]
In the last couple of years, I have met with visitors from USA, Australia and Canada, all interested in finding the grave of Pamela Colman Smith (tucked away in an unknown spot in St Michael’s; this is covered in the book). They have also been interested in her life. These […]