Latest work on migration

A real treasure trove of ideas and drawings from children at St John’s Catholic Primary School, Camborne, west Cornwall. We visited the school earlier in November (2021) to talk about migration – people on the move. Anyone might need to leave home to find work. We left cardboard cut-out suitcases with them and asked them […]

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Bags carried by the homeless

We actually met Candy as part of our work on migration. We’ve been looking at suitcases and bags carried by people on the move – migrants, whether economic migrants or simply people travelling long distances and crossing borders to make a new life elsewhere. But we realised other people too pack bags to take on […]

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Our fundraising page….

If you’re thinking of making a donation. … please pay it into our dedicated fundraising page.  It’s the easiest way for us to process the funds and claim much-needed GiftAid. 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 […]

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Remembrance Day 2021

A fantastic turnout in Camborne this morning to honour the town’s war dead. An impressive parade led by Camborne Town Band ending at the church where wreaths were laid. Click on this link to hear the Band playing: https://youtu.be/j4S7j0IkYrA Alison Pooley, granddaughter of Dolcoath miner Leslie Pentecost who served in the 25th Field Ambulance with […]

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Three brothers remembered in Penzance

A good turn-out this Remembrance Day (11/11/21) at the Memorial Gardens at Penlee in Penzance. The ceremony was led by the British Legion and a bugler played the Last Post and Reveille. We laid a wreath in memory of the three Bird brothers in Penzance who tragically lost their lives in World War One. A […]

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World War One centenary poetry from Hayle

This poetry was written in autumn 2018 in Hayle, Cornwall, a century after the guns finally fell silent on the Western Front. Click here to download Keen writers – some experienced, some trying their hand for the first time – gathered at three workshops led by respected local author Jenny Alexander. They created poems to […]

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