Picture of henge

Don’t let’s forget

June 8, 2022 - No comments

When you consider the archaeology of Tregurra, with its neolithic causewayed enclosure (now ‘preserved’ beneath the Recycling Centre) and soils, the flint knapping pit (with its strong inference of coastal sea trade between Dorset and what was to become Truro, and in this case, the port of Tresillian), smelting pits and early medieval field systems, […]

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Picture of henge

Don’t let’s forget

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When you consider the archaeology of Tregurra, with its neolithic causewayed enclosure (now [...]

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Boscawen Street-neither busy nor beautiful now

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The time has come – if it has not long passed – when someone must clearly say ‘Enough is [...]

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MR H KICKS OPEN A DOOR; A THOUGHT MARCHES IN!

May 30, 2022 - Add Comment

Looking after our farms so our farmers can look after us. A reflection on the emerging Green [...]

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