Cornwall Council Local Heritage List Pilot project
Cornwall Council Local Heritage Listing is the identification of valuable aspects of our past which has local interest. This could be historic buildings, landscapes or objects such as a village pump, an old mining tramway, a Cornish Hedge or a WW2 pillbox, beautiful or striking architecture such as a cottage or bus shelter, or things with value linking them to the community such as the home of a notable person, or historic graffiti. Archaeology can also be identified. It is a way to identify and learn more about our shared heritage and aspects of our environment which make Cornwall a distinct and valued place.
Current project area covered is Redruth and Clay Country.
We'd like to hear your heritage stories! If you'd like to know more or take part email firstname.lastname@example.org
Historic Environment Record for Cornwall & Isles of Scilly
Historic Environment Record for Cornwall & Isles of Scilly. Records archaeological sites & monuments, historic buildings, artefacts, maritime sites, landscapes.
Links to podcast by members of the team
Cornwall Local Heritage List - Episode 1
In this episode Annemarie Bala speaks to Ann Reynolds about her connection to the China Clay area and some of the heritage features which aren’t currently recorded.
Ann is a Senior Advisor for the Rural Historic Environment in the Strategic Historic Environment Service of Cornwall Council. She is a great advocate for the importance of the countryside and rural heritage assets which are currently underrepresented in the Historic Environment records.
Cornwall Local Heritage List - Episode 2
In this episode Annemarie Bala speaks to Matthew Knight about the lesser-known heritage aspects in Redruth town and surrounding areas. This conversation also covers the different criteria that can define local heritage assets.
Matthew is a Strategic Historic Environment Senior Advisor for the Built Environment of Cornwall Council. He is fascinated by the possibilities of uncovering the stories behind the architecture of buildings or structures hidden in plain sight.
Cornwall Local Heritage List - Episode 3
In this episode, Annemarie Bala speaks to Francis Shepherd about the vastness of the Historic Environment Record in Cornwall, and the yet unrecorded heritage assets which could be added by the people living in the communities of the China Clay area and Redruth.
Francis is the Historic Environment Record Lead; he values the importance of the heritage assets recorded in Cornwall for they provide an important framework for current and future placemaking.
Cornwall Local Heritage List - Episode 4
In this episode Annemarie Bala speaks to Lauren Hatt about the many aspects of her role in the Historic Environment Team.
Lauren is the Strategic Historic Environment Technical Assistant. She has a passion for the heritage assets which are hiding in plain sight. In this conversation, we delve into different strands of culture and archaeology which bring an insight into our shared humanity.
Cornwall Local Heritage List - Episode 5
In this episode Annemarie Bala speaks to Tamsin Daniel about her leadership role in the Historic Environment Team and the contribution of the Heritage sector towards Cornwall’s communities.
Tamsin is the Principal Historic Environment Officer. She is a St. Ives maid by birth, deeply rooted in Cornwall. In this conversation, we speak of her dedication to the regeneration and preservation of heritage and culture for our generation and those to come.
Cornwall Local Heritage List - Episode 6
In this episode Francis Shepherd interviews Annemarie Bala about her background in community media and the aspects of Cornwall's heritage which are special to her.
Annemarie is the Community Outreach Officer for the Local Heritage List. In this conversation she speaks of the route which lead to her passion for the China Clay Country.