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Cornish Mining World Heritage Audio Trails


Posted on October 12th, by admin in Activities, Audio Trails, Case Study. 1 Comment

Cornish Mining World Heritage Audio Trails

Dig into Cornwall’s mining past with seven new audio trails launched by the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. The chance to explore the explosive past of a Wildlife Trust reserve and what was once the richest square mile in the world are just two of the stories on offer.

Narrated by miners, historic experts and actors, listeners are transported back to a landscape that told a very different story. The MP3 downloads are accompanied by maps, Delve Deeper and children’s activity sheets, ensuring there is something to engage every visitor.

Download the Cornwall audio trails from www.cornish-mining.org.uk/audio-trails.

“We worked with Audio Trails to produce 7 audio trails across the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. They also produced downloadable children’s activity sheets to go alongside the audio trails, which was a bonus. The voiceovers sounded professional and the trails are easy to navigate and interesting to listen to.”

Silvia Lowe, Marketing & Visitor Information Officer, Cornish Mining World Heritage Team





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  1. […] began the year with a cold and crisp week in Cornwall walking and planning seven new audio trails for the Cornish World Heritage Site team. The photos we took prompted us to set up several Pinterest boards. Pinterest has been adopted by a […]



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