Posts Tagged: goonhilly

Goonhilly Village Green website

The Goonhilly Village Green website is now live. Visit for details of the event and other Goonhilly related ephemera. http://goonhillyvillagegreen.wordpress.com

Goonhilly Village Green website

The Goonhilly Village Green website is now live. Visit for details of the event and other Goonhilly related ephemera. http://goonhillyvillagegreen.wordpress.com

Goonhilly Village Green is go!

Goonhilly Village Green is an exciting new project, supported by Arts Council England and led by artists Sara Bowler and Elizabeth Masterton. On Saturday 26th September 2015 we will host an open event on Goonhilly Downs, celebrating its unique landscape,

Goonhilly Village Green is go!

Goonhilly Village Green is an exciting new project, supported by Arts Council England and led by artists Sara Bowler and Elizabeth Masterton. On Saturday 26th September 2015 we will host an open event on Goonhilly Downs, celebrating its unique landscape,

KraftMaus portable renewables unit

To solve our problem of powering events at HAPPIDROME off-grid, Sara approached Exeter University’s BSc Renewable Energy course at Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. In response to Sara’s brief and with support from Exeter’s Proof of Concept fund, third

KraftMaus portable renewables unit

To solve our problem of powering events at HAPPIDROME off-grid, Sara approached Exeter University’s BSc Renewable Energy course at Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall. In response to Sara’s brief and with support from Exeter’s Proof of Concept fund, third

Goonhilly Taskscape

Goonhilly Taskscape presented history, stories and folktales connected to the Downs. The area has been described as a ‘dreary waste’ but it is evident that the presence of people has fundamentally shaped what happens there and how it looks today.

Goonhilly Taskscape

Goonhilly Taskscape presented history, stories and folktales connected to the Downs. The area has been described as a ‘dreary waste’ but it is evident that the presence of people has fundamentally shaped what happens there and how it looks today.

Ghostly Lugger of Croft Pasco Pool

  In the midst of the dreary waste of Gornhilly, which occupies a large portion of the Lizard promontory, is a large piece of water known as “Croft Pasco Pool,” where it said at night the form of a ghostly

Ghostly Lugger of Croft Pasco Pool

  In the midst of the dreary waste of Gornhilly, which occupies a large portion of the Lizard promontory, is a large piece of water known as “Croft Pasco Pool,” where it said at night the form of a ghostly

Here we stand – Goonhilly history piece – Pictures from Saturday

Here are some photos of my piece in situ at the Happidrome this Saturday. Here we stand, drops a radar beam back through the history of the Goonhilly Downs through the period that the Dry Tree has stood on the

Here we stand – Goonhilly history piece – Pictures from Saturday

Here are some photos of my piece in situ at the Happidrome this Saturday. Here we stand, drops a radar beam back through the history of the Goonhilly Downs through the period that the Dry Tree has stood on the

Building Arthur

These images are taken from the BT Archive and show the demolition of the RAF Drytree radar buildings, and the construction of Aerial No.1, “Arthur”. The construction of Arthur was undertaken by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company in December

Building Arthur

These images are taken from the BT Archive and show the demolition of the RAF Drytree radar buildings, and the construction of Aerial No.1, “Arthur”. The construction of Arthur was undertaken by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company in December