Posts Tagged ‘zennor’

Harry’s Story- dairy farming in Zennor

Posted on: 3rd April 2013 No Comments

Dairy farming has perhaps seen the biggest changes over the past few decades. Here’s another digital story created for this project; making oral history interviews more accessible and for our work in schools. In it Harry talks about some of the changes he has witnessed over his lifetime as a farmer in Zennor.   Harry's Story- […]

Uncovering archive footage ‘Crying the neck’

Posted on: 9th November 2012 No Comments

It’s always a real treat when people discover rolls of cine film, usually hidden away at the bottom of a draw or in an old shoebox. These films are windows on the past- often shot over the last 80 years they highlight how quickly times are changing. It’s for this reason that it’s so important […]

Documenting Cornish Farms over 2010

Posted on: 29th October 2012 No Comments

During ‘Family, Farming & Tradition’ Sarah was lucky enough to spend the year photographing the farming year. For this we chose a range of farms across Cornwall including dairy, arable, livestock and flower farming. We also aimed to get a range of both large and small-scale farming. The idea was to photograph as much activity […]