‘Forthcoming events’ Category

Get creative with us at RoseHip Barn, St.Clether

Posted on: 10th September 2013 No Comments

Exciting preparations for ‘This Land’ at Kestle Barton and the Keskerdh an Kammva-dro

Posted on: 8th August 2013 No Comments

Preparation is in full flow for the final ‘Tallys an Tir’ events, and they’re shaping up to be really exciting. These celebratory events will showcase a selection of the material that local groups have been collecting, as well as having a range of exciting activities for people to take part in. Next on the calendar […]

It’s all happening! Exhibitions, talks and displays…

Posted on: 15th July 2013 No Comments

Summer is here and ‘Tallys an Tir‘ is all go! Over the next couple of weeks we will be at a number of events, showing some of the work we have been collecting over the project. This includes a spot at the Penzance Literary Festival where we will be at the Open Shed between 2-3pm on […]

Hoping for sun for the Royal Cornwall Show

Posted on: 3rd June 2013 No Comments

  Not long now until this years Royal Cornwall Show and if the weather stays like this we will be great! This year we are sharing a stand with the Cornwall Records Office and the Cornwall Centre. Between us we will have on display a range of agricultural photographs from the archives, as well as […]

A chance to record your stories/poems for ‘Tallys an Tir’

Posted on: 23rd May 2013 No Comments

We have decided to hold a day for audio recordings on Monday 3rd June at Tremough Campus in Penryn and are welcoming anyone with short stories/poems that they would like to record, to get in touch. There are some great storytellers and poets in Cornwall and a few people have expressed to us that they […]

A chance to explore the archives at Helston Folk Museum

Posted on: 14th January 2013 No Comments

Oral History training at Kestle Barton

Posted on: 9th November 2012 No Comments

Thank you to everyone who attended the oral history training workshop at Kestle Barton this week. We had a great mix of people, all local to the area, including artists, farmers and community members. Everyone is now set to interview local farmers and people linked with the local landscape… Let the recordings begin!!

A chance to explore the archives at the Royal Cornwall Museum

Posted on: 23rd October 2012 No Comments

As we discovered during ‘Family, Farming & Tradition’ there are so many amazing photographs stored within the Royal Institution of Cornwall collections at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro. Once again we are collaborating with the museum and welcoming people to explore the archives and share your memories. If you are interested in coming along […]

We hope to see you this saturday…

Posted on: 18th October 2012 No Comments