Liskeard and District Museum and Information Centre & the Cornish Mining Attractions Marketing Association.
In 2006, the Cornwall and West Devon mining heritage area was recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. This put the area on a similar status to such sites as Stonehenge, Ironbridge Gorge, the Dorset and East Devon Jurassic Coast, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal.
Following this successful WHS bid, Cornwall County Council set up the Cornish Mining Attractions Marketing Association, (CMAMA).
Liskeard and District Museum and Information Centre has been inspected and subsequently endorsed as a full member of CMAMA and is now authorised to use the World heritage Site logo in its marketing and and advertising. For information about all the UK World Heritage Sites, go to UK World Heritage Site Portal The Cornish Mining World Heritage website is at www.cornish-mining.org.uk Current accredited members of CMAMA are;
Liskeard and District Museum
The Royal Cornwall Museum
Kit Hill Country Park
Cornish Studies Library
Mineral Tramways Trails
China Clay Country Park (Associate Member)
Morwellham Quay, Nr Tavistock
Cornish Mines & Engines, Pool
Geevor Tin Mine, Nr Penzance
Cotehele, Nr Saltash
Trevarno Estate & Gardens, Nr Helston
King Edward Mine, Camborne
Poldark Mine (Underground Tour Only)
Levant Mine, Pendeen
The Count House, Bottallack
10th May 2007. HRH Prince Charles, Duke of Cornwall, with Lady Mary Holborow, Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, at Cotehele (National Trust), where he presented the certificate of World Heritage Site inscription to the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site Partnership.