Menin Gate

Appeal on Radio Cornwall for Camborne Youth Band’s Menin Gate trip

Ralph Williams of Barriper, father of Corey Williams who plays in Camborne Youth Band, had a great interview with BBC Radio’s Laurence Reed (pictured above) yesterday (8 March 2018). Camborne Youth Band has been invited to play at the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate – and is hard at work raising money to get […]

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Education Pack

Heart of Conflict: resources for schools on World War One in Cornwall

We’re just launching the next stage of work in Heart of Conflict, our project on World War One in Cornwall.  We’ll be working with young people and schools – in particular Camborne Youth Band which will be travelling to the Menin Gate, Ypres, in August 2017. We’ve produced two Education Packs and a range of […]

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Camborne Youth Band to Menin Gate: BBC interview

Great to go to BBC Radio Cornwall for an interview with Ralph Williams on Debbie McCrory’s afternoon show.  Click on the link below to listen…. We’re working with Camborne Youth Band in the next stage of our project Heart of Conflict, looking at people’s memories of World War One in Cornwall 100 years on from the conflict. All sorts […]

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Heart of Conflict

Heart of Conflict: a rugby match recreated

BBC Cornwall’s Hannah Stacey created a wonderful feature around the story of the three rubgy matches at the Front played in 1915 after Camborne Rugby Club sent out a ball to local men who had signed up. Three matches between Cornish and Devon soldiers were played. To listen, click here. Derek Head (above left) and Chris […]

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World War One munitions factory deaths remembered

 Really impressed to see a booklet by local historian Chris Berry in Phillack Church, Hayle – with lots of information regarding the deaths of two young women in 1916, during World War One. May Stoneman and Cissie Rogers died in a huge explosion at the National Explosives Factory on Hayle sand dunes. The factory at […]

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Winning artist Max Whetter (left) with Tom Hudson of Roots Skate Shop, Camborne in Cornwall

Bridging Arts annual accounts

We operate on a shoestring and are far too small to post our accounts up on the charity commissioners website. But we do produce annual accounts and a report which should be of interest to supporters.  Click on the following link to read our latest annual accounts and report 2016-17. Very many thanks to all our supporters […]

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