Lecture at Truro College

Great to be at Truro College today (9 February 2022) to talk to students about migration and all the surrounding issues. A run through all our work over the past 15 years…. and our project I PACKED THIS MYSELF. A new voice joined us at very short notice – Hillary Tan, originally from Kuala Lumpur, […]

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Remembering two young women in Hayle 105 years on

Two young women from Hayle – May Stoneman and Cissie Rogers – died in a huge explosion at the National Explosives Factory on Hayle’s sand dunes on 20 December 1916. The factory at the time was producing munitions for the war and was one of the largest in the country. Click here to view a […]

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Spotlight on suitcase art

A closer look at the paintings in our exhibition suitcase presenting items brought to the UK by workers from eastern Europe who came to pick flowers in west Cornwall.  Artist Glyn Goodwin has done an amazing job. This suitcase is currently on display at Parc Eglos Primary School in Helston, Cornwall.

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I PACKED THIS MYSELF – materials available

We’re just starting to roll out our I PACKED THIS MYSELF in schools and community groups. We have a brand new set of materials, including these lovely cardboard cut outs so that people can create their own suitcases to think about the journeys that they might have to make in life. Anyone might need to […]

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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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