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club logo   Pendeen Community Heritage
(Geevor Tin Mine)
Contact for visits: Rhonda Judd. Year established: 1976
Address: Geevor Tin Mine Pendeen Community Heritage, (Museum) Pendeen, Penzance, Cornwall TR197TR
Email: pch [at] geevor.com   
Website: http://www.geevor.com/ Show on museum map
Facebook: Not supplied  
Activities:
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Area of interest: Tin mining in West Penwith until 1991.
Main geographical areas:
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Opening times: Sunday to Friday throughout the year from 9:00am onwards. Check with the museum for Christmas holiday closure dates.
Current admission details: Adults £7.50. Senior citizen £7.00. Child/Student £4.30.
Students £4.30.
Family £21.00 (two adults and three children)
Ex-Geevor Staff and Pendeen CH members free.
NAMHO organisation members 10% off.
Educational facilities: Educational package structured to visiting group requirements. Contact Bill Lakin.
Archive collection: Archives of Geevor Plc (1911 to 1991) available on request. Prior notice needed.
Artefact collection: Museum is open to all visitors.
Current projects: (i) Creation of a new museum to national standards,
(ii) Complete restoration of site buildings.
(iii) Increase visitor access underground.
Publicity: Leaflet available.
Location: Located at Pendeen, Cornwall at NGR SW 370 340.
How to get there: Take the A30 road to Penzance. At Penzance take the A3071 and after about 6 kilometres take the B3318 to Pendeen. Buses from Penzance stop at the site.

 
Last updated: 30/10/2017
Left: Geevor miners at Wethered Shaft, 1920s.

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