Video ThumbnailWe all have stories. Storylines is a Community Interest Company, which runs creative projects, workshops and events that use the common language of story to bring people together to share, celebrate, learn and connect. Digital storytelling is at the heart of much of our work, providing a fantastic w

We all have stories. Storylines is a Community Interest Company, which runs creative projects, workshops and events that use the common language of story to bring people together to share, celebrate, learn and connect. Digital storytelling is at the heart of much of our work, providing a fantastic way to celebrate and share personal stories. Storylines supports people, organisations and communities to unearth and share their own stories through bespoke story projects, digital storytelling, education, oral history, workshops, interpretation, training and consultancy. Our projects help foster new relationships between people of all ages, building stronger, more resilient communities.

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‘Kemeneth’ began in response to the Covid-19 outbreak, inspired by stories of communities pulling together, and will correspond with people by post, phone and online to gather and share personal stories that explore and celebrate community. With thanks to funding from FEAST and the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, ‘Kemeneth’ will celebrate community through stories of kindness, cooperation, tradition and belonging.

 

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Storylines connects with PK Porthcurno and Sennen School

Storylines is delighted to be collaborating with PK Porthcurno to deliver an off- shoot of the Kemeneth project to children from year 2, 3 and 4 at Sennen School. Using some of the fascinating archival objects and documents from PK Porthcurno as a star …

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Kemeneth Project story-sharing packs

Storylines are delighted to share that we have received funding for the Kemeneth Project from FEAST and the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund. Kemeneth, which means community in Cornish, began in res …

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