Towards Regenerative Farming at Trelonk by Toby

Recently we have been looking in more detail at how we can begin farming regeneratively to greater benefit both the environment and crops at Trelonk. While we already participate in good agricultural practices, such as contour ploughing and variable rate

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Spitfire Update 16.12.19

Last week in the hangar we held an open evening for some of the local business who have been involved with the project so that they could see the progress on the aircraft build which they have contributed towards. One

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Defining the target market for Hemposite®

Parnall Bio Engineering Ltd (PBE) has a well-developed trademarked concept design for an off-site modular building product called Hemposite® with a clear vision to disrupt conventional construction with a design, manufacture and installation business model. Scalability potential will be exploited

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Foundation Update by Ange

Murphy and Lawrence had a special visitor recently as Bob Harris, Head of Falmouth Marine School, from the Cornwall College Group (pictured above) presented them with their certificates for their achievements so far in their apprenticeship. The pair have done

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Project Whispa Update by Sol

This week on the Whispa prototype, the upper reinforcing stringers on the hull (the beam shelf), were epoxy laminated onto the hull moulds. These are the final reinforcing longitudinal parts to be added to strengthen the hull form. Next all longitudinal

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Spitfire Update – 11.12.19

Congratulations to Murphy & Lawrence as they near completion of their qualifications. More on this in the Foundation update. This week has seen the completion by Paul of the stand on which the built up propeller will be mounted. This will

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