Rooted in our communities, shaped by our landscape, we want to make St Austell a better place, socially, economically and environmentally.

Michael Hawes from MeiLoci Landscape Architects, landscape designer Darren Hawkes and curator Alex Murdin talk about a helping people in St Austell to create their own unique sense of place through the work of the Austell Project. They talk about two key themes rooted in the fabric of St Austell’s heritage – horticulture and clay, which are intertwined in the ambitious long term plan which has been created by the communities of St Austell over the past few years.

View the interview by clicking on the film above.

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