Posts Tagged ‘digital story’

fashion and climate change

New toolkit to explore fashion and climate change

Posted on: 15th April 2024 No Comments

Our work with the Bude Climate Partnership continues with us devising a further toolkit to be used within the project’s community engagement. The focus of this latest toolkit is fashion, inspired by the fabulous Lauren who we worked with last year to the make this digital story… Using Lauren’s story as a springboard for sharing, […]

Spending time in nature with George

Posted on: 15th April 2024 No Comments

Our relationship with nature is a theme which we regularly explore through our work. Whether it be making withy pots or sea swimming, there are huge benefits to being connected to the environment. As part of our work with the Bude Climate partnership, we have been creating a series of digital stories and toolkits to […]

budehaven students holding puppets to tell story of Bude Storm Tower

Puppets tell the story of Bude Storm Tower in a new community film

Posted on: 4th December 2023 No Comments

Since our recent delivery of the Compass Point resources we devised, over 600 local children have been busily engaged with the past, present and future of Bude Storm Tower. This only left one piece of the jigsaw to complete… the film telling the story of the Storm Tower, as seen through the eyes of a […]

Mac Waters sharing memories of St.Austell

Memories of St.Austell from 4 Cornish Bards

Posted on: 7th March 2023 No Comments

Through our work we often meet people who are passionate about their heritage. This was certainly the case for our recent visit to the , where we had the pleasure of recording 4 Cornish bards. The aim of the recordings was to record memories of St.Austell, making a series of simple digital stories which could be […]

Bude Toolkits

Posted on: 13th March 2022 3 Comments

In collaboration with the Bude Climate Partnership, we were tasked with creating a series of toolkits to help the community explore the area’s heritage, culture and environment, and understand the impacts of climate change here. At the heart of these are stories (of course!) which act as starting points for sharing, discussion and inspiration. We’ve […]

Longships Lighthouse- Malcolm’s Memories

Posted on: 7th February 2021 9 Comments

We sure have missed sitting down with people to record their memories, but what a delight it was to spend time listening to Malcolm’s childhood spent living on various lighthouses and his fathers stint on the Longships Lighthouse off Lands End. Combining some of this conversation with some of Malcolm’s photos we’ve put together this […]

A Celebration and Screening of Stories in St Mawes

Posted on: 31st October 2019 No Comments

October 21st saw the Millenium Rooms in St Mawes decked out in celebratory style for the culmination of a year’s work between Storylines and The St.Just and St.Mawes Heritage Group. The screening of the 2 films which we made using much of the oral history material gathered during the year was to take place and […]

Boat trip Hallsands

A Trip to Sea- Learning about Landmarks

Posted on: 24th August 2018 No Comments

We’ve written a lot about landmarks in the past, but never from the perspective of being at sea. So we were excited to join Jonny and Tony recently for a trip along the coast from Hallsands as part of the ‘Guardians of the Reef‘ project. Our aim was to document some of the names of […]

My Body, My Story

Posted on: 20th October 2017 No Comments

Over the weekend of 13th – 15th October , Totnes in Devon did something that it is so good at doing… it held a grassroots, community event. You might think there is nothing unusual about that, but this event was the BODYKIND FESTIVAL… the world’s first ever festival of body acceptance! And Storylines was there! […]

‘Revealing City Hall: One Building, 1265 Voices’

Posted on: 4th July 2017 2 Comments

As we have learned through our recent project ‘Landmark Travels- Our Past in a Suitcase,’ buildings are often steeped in stories. Historic buildings are at the heart of many Cornish towns and villages, providing a backdrop to 21st Century life. For some these buildings go largely un-noticed, for others they have played a key part […]