Earth-based spirituality

Meyn Mamvro

Meyn Mamvro is the magazine of ancient stones and sacred sites in Cornwall. It has been published regularly 3 times a year since 1986, and, taken together, all the editions contain a wealth of original material about the prehistory and ancient customs of Cornwall. Meyn Mamvro Publications also produce a number of books and booklets about the ancient sites of Cornwall.

Contact Details
Postal Address: 

51 Carn Bosavern
St Just
Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7QX

Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network

Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network is a charitable partnership formed to look after the ancient sites and monuments of Cornwall. They work closely with local communities and official organisations to protect and promote ancient heritage landscape through research, education and outreach activities. Every year they organise a weekend called Pathways to the Past which consists of walks and talks amongst the ancient sites of West Penwith. This event has become a popular one for locals and visitors alike.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01736 787 186
Postal Address: 

Whitewaves, Boscaswell
Pendeen
Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7EP

Cornwall Ancient Tree Forum

The Ancient Tree Forum (ATF) and the Woodland Trust work together to promote the conservation of ancient trees.
The Ancient Tree Forum was founded in 1993 by a group of people who had come together to discuss the management of ancient trees. It was subsequently one of the key partners in English Nature’s Veteran Trees Initiative. Cornwall’s Great Tree Hunt is part of the three-year ‘Great Trees Project’ to safeguard the future of Cornwall’s ancient and significant trees and anyone can get involved.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01872 222 000

Parallel Community

The Parallel Community is a network linking people and groups across the world. It's about expressing and developing a positive contribution for change - human, social, ecological, creative, commercial and spiritual. It's a mutual support network and resource for people and groups working to build a new and better world. It's a container and channel, a forum for ideas, a skills-exchange and a friendship family. The Parallel Community started in Penwith and the network is spreading everywhere, across borders both national and of the mind and heart.

Contact Details
Postal Address: 

PO Box 11
Hayle, Cornwall TR27 6YF
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