What you can do
If you care for Cornwall’s ancient sites and would like to help us protect them, then consider getting involved!
- Attend our monthly site clearances. The work is not hard, you will learn more about the sites and enjoy meeting like minded people
- LAN, Lizard ancient sites clear-ups
- Join our annual membership scheme
- Become a site monitor through our Adopt-A-Site scheme
- Come along to one of our walks and talks
Each event lasts about two hours. Tools and Gloves are provided. The schedule may change depending on weather, availability of CASPN personnel and the Penwith Landscape Partnership schedule. Please see our Facebook page for last minute information and more detailed parking suggestions.
- Bosporthennis Well
- Sancreed Well
- Lesingey Round
- Mulfra Vean Courtyard House
- Portheras Common Barrow
ALL SITE CLEARANCES CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
We have been monitoring the fast moving situation with COVID-19 and have regretfully taken the decision to cancel future Clear-Up sessions for the time being. Unfortunately we have also cancelled the Easter Friday Fenton Bebibell event and Pathways to the Past on 30/31 May. We are sure that you will understand that we have to follow Government advice. However our monitoring of the West Penwith sites continues so if you are able to get out and about in the next few months do please report any damage.
If you enjoy, appreciate and care for our ancient sites, then please consider helping us to support them, by becoming a member.
For a nominal annual fee (£7 unwaged, £10 waged or couples £14.00) you receive our newsletter keeping you informed of our activities, including volunteer days, local contacts and free guided walks with local archaeologists and researchers.
In order to join please download the membership form here. You can then send it back by post to the Treasurer at
or scan and email it to:
You can then pay in one of two ways:
If you would like to make a donation to CASPN you can do it via the donation button below…
Would you like to become an Ancient Sites Archaeological Monitor? Penwith’s Ancient Sites are always under pressures of various kinds. We need local people to keep an eye on the sites, and report back to their condition and any changes affecting them. Would you be prepared to ‘Adopt-a-Site’ locally, and visit it from time to time to complete a simple Monitoring form? Your commitment will greatly help in preserving our ancient sites.
Download and print a copy of the Adopt-A-Site Monitor form as a PDF.
Alternatively contact us. Email: email@example.com