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Join us for two upcoming events in June 
On Thursday 17th June, join us for In Conversation with artist Emma Smith & Newlyn Art Gallery on The Submerged Forest  - the new artwork for Mount's Bay coast path.  As part of the artwork, Emma has a Made to Measure Call Out and is inviting residents in the West Penwith area to get involved. 

On Wednesday 23rd June, join us for the Tap into Cycling Tourism workshop delivered by Cycling UK
 
Read on to find out more & book your space! 
 
In Conversation: The Submerged Forest - New Artwork
Thursday 17th June, 11.30- 12.30pm
An in conversation between artist Emma Smith and James Green, Director of Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange, discussing The Submerged Forest - the new artwork for Mount's Bay coast path.  

There will be an introduction to the project from Rosa Pedley, EXPERIENCE Project Manager, and Léa Guzzo, Senior Culture and Creative Industries Officer from Cornwall Council, with a 40-minute discussion, between Emma and James, followed by questions from the audience.

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Tap into cycling tourism
Wednesday 23rd June, 9.30 - 11.00 am 
Delivered by Cycling UK & Cornwall Council, as part of EXPERIENCE project

In this session, you will hear from experts at the EXPERIENCE project (from the team at Cycling UK and Cornwall Council) to learn about the opportunities that welcoming cyclists bring and what are the practical steps to incorporate cycling into your business offer. During the workshop, we will explore:
  • Opportunities and benefits of tapping into the cycling market – Cycling UK
  • Cycling Friendly Places Accreditation Scheme – Cycling UK
  • Kernow West Way – Cycling UK
  • Mount’s Bay Coastal Bay upgrade & cycling itineraries – Cornwall Council
  • Tour of Britain – Cornwall Council
If you cannot attend this session, we will be recording and will share a link in the next newsletter. 
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Made to Measure Call out
Residents of West Penwith are invited to be part of a new artwork for Mount’s Bay to imagine the submerged forest that sits beneath the sea. A series of seeing sticks are being created for the Penzance-Marazion coast path, where you can rest and imagine the forest.

While these sculptures will be available for everyone to use, the artist is inviting local residents to send their individual measurements, which will be used to inform the size of the seeing sticks – ensuring they are tailor made to the local community.

Please respond by 18th June 2021
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