If Glasney College in Penryn had not been closed, it might have become a university, making it the third oldest in Britain after Oxford and Cambridge.
Lanhydrock House was rebuilt in the 1880s after a devastating fire. For protection, the replacement had its own “modern” fire engines and fire extinguishers.
In 2016, there were approximately 34 individual choughs resident in Cornwall, with around seven breeding pairs.
The Cornish landscape has changed dramatically from centuries past to the present day. By looking at maps through history we can track Cornwall’s progress.