Credits and Thanks

In Polsethow shall habitations, or marvelous things, be seen is supported by FEAST and Arts Council England through Penryn Arts Festival, and also by Falmouth University.

With many thanks to all partners involved for their support, enthusiasm, and expertise including: Penryn Town Council, Cornwall Council, Glasney Greenspace Regeneration Project, Penryn Museum, Gorsedh Kernow, St. Gluvias Cricket Club, Falmouth University, English Heritage, Clear Mapping Company, and Seven Stars, Penryn.

Many individuals have generously given their time and lent their knowledge to this project including Penryn’s new Mayor Mark Snowdon, Pip Carlton-Barnes, David Garwood, Val Diggle,  John Kirby, Esme and Roger Tackley, Delia Brotherton, staff and volunteers at Penryn Museum, and Caroline Robinson from Clear Mapping Company.

In imagining the project, Katie Etheridge and Simon Persighetti have been inspired by encounters with the work of individuals and groups who have in recent years painstakingly researched/ restored/ preserved/ excavated/ reconstructed or brought to life the material evidence and cultural legacy of Glasney College. Namely Friends of Glasney, Cornwall Archaeological Unit, Penryn Museum, Gorsedh Kernow, Shaun Broderick, Val Diggle, Will Coleman and Golden Tree Productions, and BA Theatre students at Falmouth University.

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