Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network (CASPN)
The Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network is a voluntary organisation consisting of representatives from organisations with an interest in looking after the ancient sites, including Meyn Mamvro, whose editor Cheryl Straffon is chair of the Group. For more details of CASPN please visit the web site -
CASPN administers the FOCAS scheme (Friends of Cornwall's Ancient Sites). Please consider joining FOCAS and help to protect the sites in a positive way. You can print out this form (below) and return it to the address given. Thank you for your support.
An invitation to join -
F.O.C.A.S - Friends of Cornwalls Ancient Sites
FOCAS is a new support group for the ancient sites of Cornwall. Cornwall has one of the most intensive prehistoric landscapes of Britain, and there are probably more sites in such a small area than almost anywhere else in Europe. These sites are much visited, and are always under pressure from people and environmental changes. The overall management of these sites is the responsibility of a number of different organisations, but voluntary help and support is always much needed. If you enjoy, appreciate and care for those sites, then please consider helping to support them by joining FOCAS which takes a direct interest in the state of the sites and helps to co-ordinate practical work to look after them.
Annual Membership - Single - £10 Single unwaged - £7 Couples - £14
What you get in return:
Regular Newsletters giving details of what has been happening at the sites that you have been helping with your subscription.
Free guided walks to lesser-known sites with local archaeologists and researchers.
Local contacts to whom you can talk about the sites and express any concerns or ideas you may have for improvements.
Please detach this form and send it with your remittance to: FOCAS, 11 Victoria Row, St Just, Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7LG
If you need a receipt please enclose an S.A.E.
Yes, I would like to join FOCAS. I enclose a cheque/PO for £10/£7/£14 [please delete as appropriate] made payable to Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network