Category: Archaeological Heritage

Cornish Heritage Safaris

Just found these guys who are offering some really interesting tours in landrovers and on foot around the Tintagel / Bodmin Moor Area. They have some excellent reviews from customers. “Cornish Heritage Safaris is a new service for people who want to explore the magic and mystery of Cornwall. We can take you to […]

View across Helsbury

Lovely photo across the Park here at Helsbury taken in the snow on Christmas Day. Check it out here Copyright Helsbury Park

Helsbury in History…

An interesting mention of Helsbury [or Hellesbury] as it’s called in this profile of Sir Richard Buller, a 17th Century Lord. Helsbury is referred to as an “important Parke” in the manor of Helstone, with “timber trees, sapplins and pollards groweing in the hedge rowes and other partes of the Parke of Helsebury are valued […]

Stannon Circle & Moor Walk

We took a lovely walk on Bodmin Moor a few Sundays ago, in reasonable sunshine we headed up to the stone circle at Stannon in the shadow of Roughtor. The stone circle itself is a good example and well worth a look. On the way back to Helsbury across the moor we passed the only […]

Some archaeology…

This site has updated its imagery and has some interesting history on the Helsbury area, focussed 0n the iron age fort known as Helsbury Castle, which is just across the road from us. Cornwall’s Archaeological Heritage Copyright Helsbury Park