Posts Tagged ‘Heritage Lottery Fund’

‘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 […]

Thanks to FEAST and the Heritage Lottery Fund

Posted on: 3rd November 2013 No Comments

‘Tallys an Tir‘ has been an amazing project and it couldn’t have happened without the funding and support from the Heritage Lottery Fund and FEAST Cornwall. Here is a short film made about FEAST’s work-

Tune in to BBC Radio Cornwall at 4:15pm Weds 4th September…

Posted on: 3rd September 2013 No Comments

It was a great event this weekend at ‘Kestle Barton’ and we had a brilliant turn out- with plenty of stories, laughs and people catching up. We also had a visit from Tiffany Truscott from BBC Radio Cornwall who interviewed some of the people involved with the project- this will be on the show tomorrow […]

‘Tallys an Tir’ in the local media

Posted on: 12th December 2012 2 Comments

Watch and listen out for us in local press. For those that missed it here is a press clipping following the project go-ahead. We were also on BBC radio Cornwall a month ago talking about the project with Tiffany Truscott.  Happily, Tiffany is now keen to follow the project and keep radio Cornwall listeners informed […]

Leading on from ‘Family, Farming and Tradition’

Posted on: 28th September 2012 No Comments

‘Family, Farming and Tradition’ took place over 2010 and was led by the Cornish Audio Visual Archive (CAVA) and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It as a fantastic year with lots of brilliant stories and contributions from the Cornish farming community. Once again thank you to everyone who got involved. A reminder to anyone […]

Funding Success

Posted on: 27th September 2012 2 Comments

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