Posts Tagged ‘photographs’

Revealing City Hall Digital Stories

Posted on: 8th January 2020 No Comments

As part of our recent partnership with the Hall for Cornwall for the Revealing City Hall project, Storylines have have learnt a lot about the City Hall building, exploring the buildings history through the stories of people who have lived, loved and laughed within these walls. Storylines had the pleasure of conducting a series of oral histories with people […]

Every tattoo has a story

Posted on: 23rd December 2016 No Comments

Tattoos are markers in our lives and each one has it’s own story. You choose the design, the placement on your body, when and where you have it done, who does it and who you then share it with. By conducting a series of audio recordings to explore these choices, we have been uncovering peoples’ […]

Share your memories of Wadebridge & District with us…

Posted on: 9th September 2015 No Comments

Next up for the ‘Landmark Travels’ project… 

Discovering the past amoungst the stones at Carn Euny Families Day

Posted on: 25th August 2015 3 Comments

Well, weren’t we lucky with the weather on Sunday for our families day at Carn Euny?! By some miracle (the weather forecast was showing heavy rain all day!) we stayed dry all day and even had some spells on glorious sunshine! We had a brilliant day, with a steady stream of families coming to explore […]

Past farming in the Gunwen area

Posted on: 5th November 2013 No Comments

In this short film Ivan, Hilary & Margaret reminisce about some of their old photographs, taken in Luxulyan area. Photos and memories focus on past farming in the area, illustrating just how much farming has changed within living memory. Some amazing archive photographs of the area and some lovely stories to accompany these.

Some archive photos of farming in Manaccan

Posted on: 19th October 2013 No Comments

Over the weekend of ‘This Land’ at Kestle Barton, I was happy to meet Sandra, who’s family had farmed Rosemorder Farm in Manaccan for generations. Sandra had brought with her some amazing family photographs, which have now been scanned for archive. Here are just a few…