Posts Tagged ‘map’

Discovering the past at Carn Euny Families Day

Posted on: 25th August 2015 3 Comments

Well, weren’t we lucky with the weather on Sunday for our families day at Carn Euny?! By some miracle (the weather forecast was showing heavy rain all day!) we stayed dry all day and even had some spells on glorious sunshine! We had a brilliant day, with a steady stream of families coming to explore […]

‘Crib or Croust?’ at the Royal Cornwall Show 2013

Posted on: 10th June 2013 No Comments

Last week we shared a stand with the Cornwall Records Office and Cornwall Centre at the Royal Cornwall Show. It was a hot few days and we had plenty of visitors which was great! ‘Crib or Croust’ was the question of the day. After day 2 here is what the map looked like-   For […]

Getting creative with field names…

Posted on: 18th March 2013 No Comments

One thing that always fascinates me is the names that farmers give their fields. Often passed down through generations and outlined in old deeds, these names provide incites into the past use of fields. Sometimes the history of a field is passed along with the name… sometimes it is lost, leaving mysterious names, often in […]