BEFORE TRURO

January 6, 2022 - No comments

People of the river crossing Fiona is a landscape archaeologist. She is talking about what we now know about Truro’s origins and evolution. In the past thirty years or so the town has seen a number of major developments, each of which has included an archaeological appraisal, a good amount of investigation, and lots of […]

Saga of the High Cross on Zoom

November 20, 2021 - Add Comment

For its November ZoomTalk, Truro Civic Society has invited Cornwall’s leading expert on Cornish [...]

Truro's chimneys

Stacks and Pots

November 16, 2021 - Add Comment

Truro’s attractive and distinctive chimneys and stacks are disappearing. We don’t need them [...]

Safeguarding the future of Truro City Centre

October 6, 2021 - Add Comment

Mike and Trish Hawes, principals of Mei Loci, an experienced team of landscape architects based in [...]

Planning and Heritage in Truro – Civic Society Zoom talk

September 3, 2021 - Add Comment

Truro Civic Society will be presenting a short series of talks about matters of interest and concern [...]

Architecture

Saga of the High Cross on Zoom

November 20, 2021 - Add Comment

For its November ZoomTalk, Truro Civic Society has invited Cornwall’s leading expert on Cornish [...]

History

BEFORE TRURO

January 6, 2022 - Add Comment

People of the river crossing Fiona is a landscape archaeologist. She is talking about what we now [...]

News

Safeguarding the future of Truro City Centre

October 6, 2021 - Add Comment

Mike and Trish Hawes, principals of Mei Loci, an experienced team of landscape architects based in [...]

Reports and Opinion

Time for businesses to get a grip. This will not do.

June 16, 2021 - Add Comment

A snapshot of Old Bridge Street rubbish – this car park brings poeople into the town centre – [...]

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