Snow deepens on Bodmin Moor

The Hulers stones a Bronze Age Monument (c.1500 BC) consisting of three stone circles in a line and a reminder of Cornwalls Celtic roots. South Phoenix from Cornwall’s mining past in the background.

South Phoenix has a long history. The ground was worked under the name Wheal Prosper in the 1830s when it was part of Cornwall Great United Mines. The mine reopened in 1847 as South Phoenix and reached a depth of 120 fathoms by 1854. Cornwall’s tin mining history gained World Heritage Status in 2006.

This natural erosion of rock which forms the famous Cheesewring…

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