The Tinners’ Way, an ancient track along the backbone of West Penwith, passes numerous ancient sites and previously linked rich mining areas, scattered settlements and harbours from where tin could be traded. Matt Watts, Access Officer for the Penwith Landscape Partnership, reveals the history and significance of this path and

Borders With Time: Cornwall’s Paths To The Past, with Sue Kittow and Steph Hatton

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Date: 06 Jul 2019 - 3:00 to 4:30pm

Venue: Penlee Coach House

Price: £4

Code: PCH42

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The Tinners’ Way, an ancient track along the backbone of West Penwith, passes numerous ancient sites and previously linked rich mining areas, scattered settlements and harbours from where tin could be traded. Matt Watts, Access Officer for the Penwith Landscape Partnership, reveals the history and significance of this path and the work being done by the Penwith Landscape Partnership to restore it.

Author and freelance journalist Sue Kittow and historian and novelist Steph Haxton explore the borders between ‘now’ and ‘then’, the facts and the fiction, as they metaphorically walk in the footsteps of some of Cornwall’s most famous authors including Rosamunde Pilcher, Daphne du Maurier and Winston Graham.