Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Monumental Improvement Survey

Jan 27, 2021 | News

In January 2020, the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) launched the Monumental Improvement project, an initiative to help stabilise 40 Scheduled Monuments across 10 of the 12 AONB sections, which are listed on Historic England’s Heritage at Risk register or classified as vulnerable.

This ambitious project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Historic England, Cornwall Council, the National Trust, and The Cornwall Heritage Trust, aims to tackle the current limited understanding of Scheduled Monuments in Cornwall as sites of national archaeological significance.

As a major part of their plans, they want to consult the community and identify both current and missing users of heritage sites in Cornwall.

For further information and to take part in the survey please click : Cornwall AONB: A Monumental Improvement – 4,000 Years of Cornish History | Let’s Talk Cornwall

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