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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Our new migration map

Searching the world for work …. Our new map for schools, community groups and churches is ready to go.  The very first place that it’s on display is St Mary’s Church, Penzance. This church already had a map there encouraging visitors to mark their countries of origin with a pin. Our new map takes things […]

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I PACKED THIS MYSELF – workshops

We’re continuing our workshops on the workers from overseas who play a vital role in the Cornish economy. The aim is to highlight the role that they play and the issues they might face when making the huge life decision to leave home and create a life elsewhere. Most recently we Zoomed in to Mousehole […]

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Imperial War Museum blog

Great to see our work in Cornwall on the World War One centenary featured on the Imperial War Museum blog… Click here to read more and scroll down to discover a really good spotlight on the various projects we delivered – all under the umbrella of our Heritage Lottery funded project ‘Heart of Conflict’.

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Arthur Harris – Camborne

Remembrance Sunday 2020 brought some fresh news of events of 100 years ago. The great niece of one of the men who joined the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) under Dr William Blackwood in 1914 came forward with information about Arthur Harris, her great uncle, who was sadly killed on 8 July 1917. Arthur, a […]

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Laying a wreath on Dr William Blackwood’s grave

Remembrance Sunday 2020 click here to watch: Laying a wreath on the grave of Dr William Blackwood in Camborne – a World War One hero by anyone’s standards. In 1914 Dr Blackwood led a group of local miners out to the Western Front. They served throughout the war in the 25th Field Ambulance (Royal Army […]

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