World War One dead at Penponds Church, Cornwall

As part of Heart of Conflict,our project looking at World War One in Cornwall, we studied local war memorials. Penponds Church near Camborne had very close links with Camborne School of Mines. The war memorial there remembers many young men who were not born locally – but had very strong links with the parish. Click […]

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Keeping up links with Estaires

It was lovely to be back in Estaires, northern France, last week (7 February 2019) – even briefly –  and see our friends from the College du Sacre Coeur, the local history society and the Town Hall.  We’ve been working with Estaires to mark the centenary of the end of World War One for nearly […]

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Our new fundraising page….

We now have a dedicated fundraising page. Please pay any donations into this page. We will also use this page to Crowdfund for one-off costs and exceptional projects. Traditionally, we’ve depended on grant funding to finance the bulk of our projects. But recently our work – particularly around the centenary of World War One (pictured […]

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Bridging Arts accounts 2017 to 2018

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: Bridging Arts annual report 2017-18 . Very […]

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Migrant workers in Cornwall

A New Year and new resolutions. In these days of Brexit mayhem, is there ever more need to bring people together and increase understanding? We’re just starting to do more research on the situation in Cornwall. If you missed all the things we did at the start of this project, here are just a few […]

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More dance in Hammersmith

It was great to see Italian dancer Simone Sistarelli again yesterday (29 January 2019) for another dance class with people attending the Elders’ Project at the Masbro Centre in Hammersmith, London. Click here to watch a short clip. Simone started with warm-up exercises then moved on to dance. “Research shows that dance is a bit […]

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