Feedback from dance sessions with older people

Thanks to a grant from Localgiving’s Magic Little Grants programme, we were able to stage dance/exercise sessions for up to 30 older people at the Masbro Centre, Hammersith, London. The Centre runs a befriending service for isolated and disadvantaged older people. These sessions were led by Italian dancer Simone Sistarelli who started with simple warm […]

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New work from Max Whetter

Great to see Max Whetter’s second year show in his degree course at Cornwall College, Pool, last month. Some very interesting takes on the famous self portrait by the 18th century Cornish artist John Opie at the Royal Cornwall Museum. Max won our competition for a new skateboard design in 2016. At the time he was working as a burger chef in Newquay.

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Extra history at Trevithick Day this year

It was a blustery day but spirits were high at the Donald Thomas Centre, Camborne, where we staged part of our exhibition Playing For Camborne at Trevithick Day on Saturday. Trevithick Day is when the town celebrates its heritage – lots of fun and lots of people.Alison Pooley looked amazing in a World War One […]

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Camborne seeks out its World War One heroes this Trevithick Day

Trevithick Day (27 April 2019) in Camborne will have an extra layer of history this year as the town searches for the descendants of a group of miners from Dolcoath who joined up in 1914 and served throughout World War One. The descendants of some of these men still live locally and are keen to […]

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On the agenda this year

Plans for 2019…. We’ve just heard that we’ve got a National Lottery Heritage grant to finish off all the work we’ve been doing in Cornwall over the past four years. Camborne Town Council is backing our plan to re-stage the exhibition in the town to mark Remembrance Day this year. We’ll be publishing a booklet […]

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Our new fundraising page….

We now have a dedicated fundraising page. Please pay any donations into this page. We’ll 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 above) – […]

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