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tresorys kernow: events & activities across 10 cornish towns

special

edition!

Tresorys

Kernow

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Dydh da! Welcome to a special

Tresorys Kernow edition of the What’s

On Guide. Tresorys Kernow is bringing

a treasure trove of events to 10 towns

across Cornwall. The project aims to

reinvigorate high streets through heritage

activities and cultural happenings, and

bring some much needed joy to a postcovid

Cornwall. Have browse to see what

is popping

up in a town near you!

Events are constantly being

updated so make sure to check

out www.cornwall365.com for

the latest information.

contact us

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the team

Bethany Lyne Project Manager

Florence Cashel Communications Administrator

Matt Travis Editorial Design

Ambika Olney Formatting

Welcome

penzance 2

Lostwithiel 4

bude 6

porthcurno 7

newquay 8

launceston 10

saltash 14

bodmin 16

st austell 18

truro 20

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Penzance

Wed 1 – Fri 17 June

THE CAMERAMAN

Free

Set around the seedy French Cafe du Pont,

The Cameraman is a playful homage to the

film-noir genre. There’s a voice-over narration

and live musical accompaniment, including

piano, accordion and some funky steel guitar.

There are songs, excitement and silent

comedy as the storyline follows the fortunes

of an inept cameraman who inadvertently

becomes involved in the theft of the World’s

Largest Diamond.

www.bashstreet.co.uk

Town Centre

Fri 3 – Sun 19 June

PENZANCE FESTIVAL OF ART

Free

Penzance Festival of Art will celebrate

the very best of Penwith art. The festival

will involve more than 1,000 local artists

in a programme packed with creative art

exhibitions, workshops, pop up galleries,

talks and lectures and its famous Art Trail.

www.penzanceartfestival.co.uk

Various Venues

Fri 3 – Sun 19 June

OFF GRID ART TRAIL

Free

Off Grid is a series of 8 site-specific artworks

created by young artists (17-25) from West

Cornwall to celebrate the under-used and

overlooked spaces between Penzance and

Newlyn. We want to create a sense of connection,

and send people on unexpected routes to

discover new aspects of their own locale.

www.newlynartgallery.co.uk

Newlyn Art Gallery

Sat 4 June

THE CHAPEL STREET MUSIC

FESTIVAL: THREE LITTLE PIGS

3pm – Free

Paul Patterson's musical setting of Roald

Dahl's version of the well known children's

story will be performed by the Big Dance

company with the Chapel Street Ensemble.

For a magical half hour, the Methodist

Church will transform itself into a world of

fun, where Roald Dahl's zany, mad world

will come alive with dancers, narrators and

musicians.

www.chapelstreetmusic.co.uk

Methodist Church

Wed 1 – Wed 22 June

GOLOWAN WORKSHOPS

10am – Free

The Golowan Community Workshops form

a vital part of Penzance's unique community

festival. Workshops include: banner making;

circus skills; costumes, masks, hats and

headdress making; upcycling; Cornish music

and dancing; Serpent and contemporary

dance; photography and digital skills;

model boat making; lantern making; and

environmental awareness.

www.golowanfestival.org

Truro & Penwith College

Fri 3 June

THE CHAPEL STREET MUSIC

FESTIVAL: VARIETY CONCERT

7pm – £5

The programme offers something for

everyone. The jazzy blues of Gershwin's

Preludes, will sit next to Tangos by Piazzolla,

romantic piano music by Chopin, Brahms'

earthy Hungarian Dances, chamber music

by Mozart and Brahms and solos by Poulenc,

Saint Saens and Rachmaninov.

www.chapelstreetmusic.co.uk

Methodist Church

Sat 4 June

THE CHAPEL STREET MUSIC

FESTIVAL: POZNANSKY TRIO

7pm – £10

The Poznansky Trio will present a varied

programme of music for flute, cello and

piano. This will include a delicious trio

by Haydn, two Hungarian Dances by

Brahms, the luscious Suite by Widor and a

performance of The Planets composed by

the group's pianist, Mark Tanner.

www.chapelstreetmusic.co.uk

Methodist Church

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penzance

penzance

Sun 5 June

THE CHAPEL STREET MUSIC

FESTIVAL: THE FULL ENGLISH

7pm – £10

Jonathan Dove's new piano quintet is full of

irresistibly infectious, toe-tapping rhythms

and startling, colourful textures. In Finzi's Five

Bagatelles for clarinet and strings, we find a

more traditionally lyrical bucolic melancholy.

www.chapelstreetmusic.co.uk

Methodist Church

Sat 4 June

QUEERS TO THE FRONT

11.30am

Decoder presents a taste of the New York

vogue ball scene on the Penzance Prom.

Expect music, dancing, voguing, or just

walking with attitude, as the queers turn

the prom into a walkway. Think categories

of Swimwear Realness, Butch Pirate Queen,

Mermaid Femme Queen, Tourist Realness,

Artist Realness, Queer and Trans joy.

www.decoderart.com

The Promenade

Sun 5 June

PEARLS OF PENZANCE

2pm

Do you know someone in the community

that deserves recognition and celebration?

We are creating a platform for people in

Penzance and surrounding areas to nominate

someone in the community that inspires and

creates positive change. We would like to

celebrate these Cornish Treasures as: The

Pearls of Penzance – praising the wonderful

humans that make this coastal town such a

special place.

www.penleeparktheatre.com

Penlee Park Theatre

Sun 26 June

SWIM FOR UKRAINE

Fundraiser and attempt to break the

Guinness World Record for Largest Number

of Synchronised Swimmers. Do something

memorable and raise funds for Unicef,

Ukraine.

www.swimforukraine.co.uk

Jubilee Pool

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lostwithiel

Until Fri 24 June

RESIDENT

Free

A 4 to 6 Week Residency awarded to a

Cornwall based Visual Artist.

07805 922 459

www.unit3.org.uk

UNIT3 Studios

Sun 22 May

ST BARTS BEATS

2pm – Free

Workshops & performance.

St Winnow Church

Tue 24 May - Sat 4 June

CURIOUS CREATURES

Free

Dance Centred invites you to join in with

intergenerational dance workshops, a

chance to chat and dance over a cup of tea,

‘warm up with the company’ classes, and to

come along to the fabulous and flamboyant

Curious Creatures performance.

www.dancecentred.co.uk

Lostwithiel Community Centre

Thu 19 May

KOWSEL WORKSHOP

7pm – Free

“Page to Stage” performance workshop.

Part of Kowsel, Lostwithiel's very own Spoken

Word, Open Mic Night. Come along and

share your words, whoever you are!

www.kowsel.org

Lostwithiel Social Club

Mon 23 May

HA HUM AH THEATRE:

SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN

7.30pm

The three Gunwallow brothers from St Day

are in a bit of bother. What will become of

three proper Cornish boys in the wilds of

Arizona? Will their private Gold Rush lead to

fortune or failure? And will they live to tell the

tale…? Part epic adventure, part family saga.

www.carntocove.co.uk

St Bartholomew's Church

Sun 29 May

KOWSEL

7pm – Free

Spoken Word Night with Tara Montane.

This is a new group celebrating words from

page to stage - please do get in touch, get

involved and make this grow!

www.kowsel.org

Lostwithiel Social Club

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lostwithiel

lostwithiel

Fri 10 - Sun 12 June

LOSTWITHIEL IS...

10am – Free

Explore Lostwithiel’s new Arts Trail celebrating

the town’s community, heritage and creativity.

In response to the theme LOSTWITHIEL is… local

artists, groups and families have been invited to

create art, photography, and poetry to reflect

their experience of this thriving community.

www.red-louise.art

Various Venues

Wed 8 June

OBJECT RELATIONS

6pm - £5

In this writing workshop we invite you

to Lostwithiel Museum, to explore the

collections and listen to local historians and

curators tell watery histories of Lostwithiel’s

past lives. We will generate and weave ideas

through the theme of water, flood and river

through short creative exercises.

www.lostwithielmuseum.org

Lostwithiel Museum

Fri 10 - Sun 12 June

LOSTWITHIEL IS...CREATIVE DAY

11am – Free

Draw, paint, print, crayon, sketch, sculpt, and make.

We have materials but you can bring your own.

www.red-louise.art

Community Tent, The Parade

Sun 26 June

10 OBJECTS

6pm - £5

This performance is a celebration of objects

from Lostwithiel Museum and the often

unshared local knowledge of the Town.

As characters, performers Fiona Chivers and

Jane Spurr will create and perform stories

that will inspire and delight, inviting visitors to

the experience the museum collections.

Parade Gardens

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bude

bude

museum spotlight

BUDE CASTLE HERITAGE CENTRE

The Bude Castle was once the home of Sir

Goldsworthy Gurney the inventor of the

Steam Carriage. The building now displays

objects and exhibitions related to the history

of Bude and Stratton and the surrounding

parishes. In addition, the Castle also houses

an archive collection of maps documents,

books, and photographs.

www.thecastlebude.co.uk

Sat 21 May

MICROCONTROLLERS - WASTE

INTO ROBOTICS

10am – Free

Creative robotics skills workshop run by

Discovering 42. Your imagination is the limit

in this creative inventor’s playground. We are

going ‘Wallace and Gromit’, combining scrap

materials, motors, servos, and block coding

to create your own remote-controlled robot.

What crazy contraption will you create?

07505 491 357

www.discovering42.co.uk

Parkhouse Centre

Sun 22 May

ROBOTICS - MICROCONTROLLERS

SMART SYSTEMS

10am – Free

Workshop for adults and teens aged 16+ run

by Discovering 42. Have you always dreamed

of a fully automated watering system for

your plants? In this workshop, we will get

to grips with the range of sensors available

and how we can use them to program smart

systems. You will then get to design a smart

greenhouse system that will automatically

open the window and water the plants!

07505 491 357

www.discovering42.co.uk

Parkhouse Centre

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porthcurno

museum spotlight

porthcurno

PK PORTHCURNO

Since 1870 Porthcurno has been a hub

of global communications: discover

Cornwall’s hidden story and amazing global

connections through hands-on exhibitions

and live demonstrations, and step back in

time in Porthcurno’s famous World War Two

bunker. Explore the science that made world

communications possible, from the first

undersea telegraph cables brought ashore at

Porthcurno 150 years ago to the fascinating

world of fibre optics and find out how today’s

digital communications are changing the

world forever.

www.pkporthcurno.com

Tue 31 May - Thu 2 June

SECRETSQUID MESSAGES

1pm – Free

Come and meet Morgy, our new giant squid

installation in the gardens at PK, and make

your own colourful squid windsock to fly in

the wind. Inspired by the interactive giant

squid by artists Morodavaga, join us to make

a vibrant squid windsock out of coloured

paper, card and streamers.

01736 810 966

www.pkporthcurno.com

PK Porthcurno

Sat 11 June

TECGIRLS CREATECH MAKING

WORKSHOP

Free

Using simple electronics, you will transform

old plastic bottles into artwork that are 'Calls

for Action'. Your electronic sculpture will be

interactive using conductive tape, stick-on

led lights, and small batteries. Make sure to

bring along some clean, clear plastic bottles

to transform into your sculptures or share

with other makers!

www.tecgirls.co.uk

PK Porthcurno

Mon 20 June

TAKE A BEE FOR A WALK

4pm

Join us for a workshop that explores the

importance of bees for the environment.

Activities will include a visit to our beehives

(from a safe distance), make a bee hotel for

your garden, and learn how to make a felted

bee to take for a walk around the PK Valley.

01736 810 966

www.pkporthcurno.com

PK Porthcurno

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newquay

Until Tue 31 May

DISCOVER NEWQUAY

9.30am – Free

This Exhibition looks at aspects of places

in Newquay's history through videos,

which can be found online. Library staff will

be able to assist and explain technology

thereby expanding the technical

knowledge of people in searching out

information in the future.

www.newquaymuseum.org

Newquay Library

Sat 21 May

DISCOVER NEWQUAY

10am – Free

Display by Newquay Museum sharing

aspects of Newquay and Cornwall's heritage

online through the use of mobile technology.

Volunteers will be available to answer

questions about Newquay and provide a

guide.

www.newquaymuseum.org

The Killacourt

Sat 21 May

CONNECTING ON COURT

11am

Newquay Connections, SproutSpoken and

Blystra Arts host a Community networking

and connecting event, bringing together

people from all areas of the community to

meet each other, share ideas, and enjoy

homegrown entertainment, workshops and

family activities.

07446 257 846

www.blystraarts.org

The Killacourt

Sat 28 May

FAMILY DANCE WORKSHOP

1.30pm – Free

Calling all families. Come and join us for

this free, family dance workshop as part

of Snapshots in Time project. This 3-hour

workshop with Newquay Dance Collective,

will be a chance for you as a family to have

fun, get active and create some dance

together and then perform your final dance

pieces to the rest of the group.

07446 257 846

www.blystraarts.org

St Michael's Church Hall

Until Sun 5 June

ALMA ARTSPACE

10am

A series of creative events, exhibitions and

workshops in the heart of Newquay. We will

present an exciting series of pop-ups, taking

over spaces to create a site-specific events

programme for the community. We want

people of all ages and abilities to be able to

access and enjoy interesting art, culture and

creative activities. We want people to get

their hands dirty and try something new!

www.alma-artspace.com

Slow Response Coffee House

Sat 21 May

I WANNA TELL A STORY

11am – Free

The 'I Wanna Tell You a Story' project

encourages people to come and sit on our

yellow sofa and tell either their own or their

family’s story about Newquay. This will be

recorded and filmed as a record for the future

and used by Newquay Museum to share

aspects of Newquay's ongoing story.

www.newquaymuseum.org

The Killacourt

Sat 28 May

FILM MAKING WORKSHOP

12pm & 4pm

Learn how to make a mini film using only

your smartphone, a basic editing app and

your imagination. Each mini film made by

attendees will be show to the public in June

2022 at our final event.

07446 257 846

www.blystraarts.org

CSpace

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newquay

newquay

Sun 5 - Sun 26 June

SUNDAY VIBES SESSION

4pm – Free

Live events, held on Sundays, from late

afternoon into the evening. Bring an

instrument, your voice or just sit back and

enjoy. Very supportive audience in a friendly

comfortable setting.

www.newquaymuseum.org

Celtic Lounge

Sun 29th May

PINCH POT WORKSHOP

11am

Learn pinch pottery techniques with

Cornwall-based ceramicist Hannah

Lawrence. Explore different kinds of pinch

pottery techniques. We will start with the

basics of form and simple vessels and move

on to handles, spouts and lids. The outcome

will be beautiful functional pots that you can

use at home for food and drinks.

www.alma-artspace.com

North Coast Asylum

Sat 11 June

EARTHWORKS WORKSHOP

12pm – £30

The session begins with a foraging walk

on our local beach or riverbed. Back in the

studio our facilitators will lead a hand-built

pottery demonstration and the group will

then have several hours of workshop time to

create their pottery pieces.

07384 376 000

www.wedgestudio.co.uk

Wedge Studio

Sat 25 June - Sun 31 July

EARTHWORKS SHOWCASE

10am – Free

A pop-up gallery of nature-inspired ceramic

tiles at Newquay's open access pottery

studio. Featuring prints, stencils and textures

crafted from shells, seaweed and naturally

occurring clays and minerals, these tiles

represent the incredible geology and

landscape of the north Cornish coast, forever

embodied in ceramics.

07384 376 000

www.wedgestudio.co.uk

Wedge Studio

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launceston

May – July

SWANSKIN PRINTMAKERS

Free

Explore the work of Swanskin Printmakers

and have a go yourself during the workshop

sessions. The project will show the beauty of

Launceston and the surrounding areas in the

work being produced on site.

www.swanskincouk.wordpress.com

15-17 Church Street

May – July

SAM AKROYD

Free

A portrait of anyone who is willing to

volunteer an hour of their time. Sam will visit

you in your favourite place for initial photos

and sketches, and then paint at the White

Hart Hotel pop up space. The artworks will

show the importance of everyone to the

community we live in.

The White Hart Hotel

May – July

PETRUS URSEM

Free

Petrus will explore the overlap between

telling stories through images and painting

a picture in words. Using an illustrated

selection of 40 fables, visitors will engage

creatively by sketching and writing their own

fabulous stories through walk-in sessions and

workshops.

www.petrus-ursem.co.uk

Upstairs at Hayman’s, 20 Church Street

May – July

KAREN HOWSE AND LYDIA

CHRISTINE

Free

Discover the work of Karen Howse and Lydia

Christine in this pop up space. The artists

will use art to open up conversations about

landscape and people’s wellbeing. Karen and

Lydia will also set up a nomadic studio with a

mini-printing press.

15-17 Church Street

May – July

JANIE M MCDONALD

Free

“Installation In Keeping” will be placed in the

shop window and further developed in situ,

inviting the public in to view sketchbooks and

to discuss ideas and the work in progress.

Visitors are encouraged to bring along a

photograph or doodle of a place in the town

which is important to them, that they are

emotionally attached to.

Hayman’s, 20 Church Street

May – July

RICHARD HUDSON

Free

We want 100 young people to feel like

artists! Our Studio on the High Street will

be a space to welcome in young artists from

across Launceston. The young artists will

work with words, block printing and symbols,

portrait painting, and printing on a large

scale across their school.

Upstairs at Hayman’s, 20 Church Street

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launceston

launceston

museum spotlight

Mon 12 & Tue 13 July

ART SHOW

Free

Explore the work created by students and

young people through the Studios on the

High Street project.

Town Hall

Thu 19 May

NORTH CORNWALL BOOK

FESTIVAL AUTHOR TOURS

7.30pm – £8

Household name, Rachel Joyce, shall be

discussing her latest novel Miss Benson’s

Beetle with novelist and memoirist Cathy

Rentzenbrink. She will also be giving us a

sneak preview of the third instalment of her

Harold novels.

www.ncornbookfest.org

The Eagle House Hotel

Fri 29 – Sun 31 July

CHARLES CAUSLEY FESTIVAL OF

ARTS AND LITERATURE

Held across a weekend, creatives will

be leading a variety of events, including

workshops and spoken word events, as part

of the physical and digital programmes.

The festival celebrates the artistic, literary

and cultural richness of Launceston and the

Southwest, in particular showcasing local

creatives and their work.

Launceston

CHARLES CAUSLEY TRUST

The Charles Causley Trust aims to keep alive

the memory of the late Charles Causley.

The Trust was founded shortly after he died

by some of his friends and supporters and

has evolved and grown significantly, since

then. In 2007, the Trust acquired Cyprus

Well, Causley’s former Launceston home.

Now a centre promoting new literature and

arts activity, especially in the community

and region where he lived, to celebrate his

life and writing, its continued preservation

and development for future generations is a

major priority.

www.causleytrust.org

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Spreading the Arts to Every Corner of Cornwall

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saltash

Until Tue 31 May

GORSAV TREN FESTIVAL

A wide variety of cultural events located

at the newly refurbished railway building,

Isambard House in Saltash.

www.saltash.gov.uk

Isambard House

Until Thu 30 June

SONGWRITING / RAP

Project to improve opportunities for

composition, song writing, DJ-ing or lyric

writing. The Lyric and Song Writing Festival

will be linking with local professionals to

deliver workshops and support students to

produce fantastic compositions or prose that

will be performed in local venues.

Saltash Fore Street

Fri 10 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

SONGS OF LAND & SEA

7.30pm – £1/7

Join folk singer and choir leader Claire

Ingleheart and learn some shanties and

songs of the sea and land, both traditional

and contemporary. Hear the stories of

inspirational women of Cornwall in song,

including local hero Ann Glanville.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Isambard House

Until Sun 5 June

SALTASH MOSAICS

10.30am

Saltash school children will be working with

local artist, Chrissy Wallis, to create mosaics

to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee and to

celebrate our Cornish heritage. The mosaics

will be made of china sourced from the local

area from dock dung deposits.

Burraton CP School

Wed 1 – Thu 30 June

THE BIG GREEN SHOW

Free

A month long series of events, art,

workshops, storytelling and activities. There

is something for all ages to learn about the

environment around us.

www.saltash.gov.uk

Saltash Library Hub

Sat 11 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

BURRATON BOYS

6pm

The Burraton Boys started in 2014 when a

small group of us from the Burraton Male

Voice Choir got together to sing Cornish and

Sea Shanty songs.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Saltash Guildhall

Until Thu 30 June

ONE MAN'S TREASURE

10.30am – Free

6 free workshops for adults and children

including Jubilee bunting making and Eco

friendly beeswax food covering creation.

07545 578 093

www.facebook.com/SaltashScrapstore

Studio 79

Fri 10 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

MUSICAL MENAGERIE

10.30am – £1/3

An opportunity for little monkeys to join

musician Judy Whitlock on a musical journey

through the animal kingdom. From baby

sharks to Nellie the Elephant, there will be

lots of opportunities to join in.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Saltash Library

Sat 11 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

WHITLOCK & WARLOCK

7.30pm – £1/7

String and woodwind players from South East

Cornwall and Plymouth join forces to perform

melodic new music by local composer Judy

Whitlock, alongside former Cornish resident

Peter Warlock's most popular work.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Saltash Guildhall

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saltash

saltash

Sat 11 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

MOLLY STEWAT AT THE BRUNEL

8.30pm – Free

Enjoy food, drink and a cabaret night with

sensational singer Molly Stewart.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

The Brunel Inn

Sun 12 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

MUSIC AT MARY'S

1.30pm

Hear works from the Elizabethan era played

by internationally renonwed lutenist and

hudy-gurdy player Matthew Spring.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Mary Newman's Cottage

Sun 12 June

HEAVEN’S THUNDER LIVE MUSIC &

FILM SCREENING

4–5.30pm

This concert premieres excerpts from the film

made of the 2021 performance, along with

captivating photographs of the horses, and

an art display. The visuals are accompanied

by a live performance of the songs from

the show by 20 costumed singers and

instrumentalists.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Isambard House

Sun 12 June

SONGS & SHANTIES FESTIVAL

ELIZA IS THE FAIREST

7.30pm – £1/10

For our Festival finale, acclaimed Early and

World music group Sirinu perform a lively

evening of tunes from the time of Elizabeth I,

to celebrate the jubilee year of Elizabeth II.

www.songsandshanties.co.uk

Church of St Nicholas & St Faith

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bodmin

Sat 28 May

METALSMITHING CLASS

1pm

In the 1930’s and 40’s women often crafted

their own accessories from patterns

published in newspapers and magazines.

Join Laura from Elby Brown Jewellery and

learn metalsmithing techniques before

creating your own sterling silver ring.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Tue 31 May - Sat 4 June

MAKE DO AND MEND

10am – Free

Buying new clothes was rationed from June

1941 until 1949. Explore how those on the

Homefront coped with limited rations and

how this became a way of life.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Tue 31 May

WARTIME BEAUTY

STYLING SESSIONS

10am – Free

Explore 1940s styling with Bodmin hair and

make-up artist Carolyn Maddox. Learn about

the importance of the humble make-up

kit during the Second World War. Drop-in

sessions throughout the day.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Wed 1 June

MAKE A LAVENDER BAG

10am – Free

During wartime people often made gifts

for one another because of a shortage of

materials. Have a go at making your own

lavender bag from fabric scraps in this activity

inspired by Make Do and Mend!

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Sat 4 June

RAG RUG WORKSHOP

1pm – Free

During the Second World War rags weren’t

thrown out as they could be refashioned

into something else which included rugs!

Join local rag rug maker John to learn how

to use a bodger and create a small rug to

take home. Suitable for beginners and all

materials will be provided. Pre booking is

essential as places are limited.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Tue 31 May & Wed 1 June

BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL SKILLS

10am – Free

Learn the art of starting a fire and how to use

everyday materials in survival situations with

retired military personnel from Footsteps of

Discovery.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Thu 2 June

PAPER MAKING

1pm – Free

During the Second World War paper was in

short supply. Have a go at making your own

piece of paper from recycled papers with the

friendly team at Bodmin Keep. Drop-in and

Join-in sessions running all afternoon.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Sat 4 June

CROCHET WORKSHOP

1pm - Free

Have you always wanted to get hooked on

crochet? In this workshop Zillah will show

you the basics and have you whipping up

granny squares in no time! Learn chain stitch,

double crochet stitch, slip stitch, plus lots of

tips and tricks to get you started. Suitable for

beginners and all materials are provided. Pre

booking is essential as places are limited.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

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bodmin

bodmin

Sat 4 June

MAKE A SEEDLING POT

10am – Free

During the Second World War people

reduced, reused, and recycled wherever

possible because of rationing and shortages.

Join our friendly team to make your own

biodegradable seedling pot from recycled

newspaper to take home.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Sat 11 June

VISIBLE MENDING

10.30pm – Free

Join Sara and Sarah from The Repair

Generations Project for a visible mending

workshop. All materials will be provided

although participants may want to bring an

item of clothing that they’d like to embellish.

Pre booking is essential as places are limited.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

Sat 25 June

FABRIC SCRAP BROOCH

WORKSHOP

10.30am – Free

Make a brooch using fabric scraps with St Ives

based textile artist Jo McIntosh. All workshop

materials will be provided, and pre booking is

essential as places are limited.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

museum spotlight

Thu 16 June

Sat 4 June

FURNITURE UPCYCLING

1pm – Free

The Make Do and Mend attitude gradually

applied to everything including furniture

on the Home Front. Join Sandy from Feral

Furniture Designs for a demonstration of

techniques that can be used to upcycle

furniture. Drop-in and join in sessions

throughout the afternoon.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

METALSMITHING CLASS

6.30pm – Free

Join Laura from Elby Brown Jewellery and

learn metalsmithing techniques before

creating your own sterling silver ring. This

workshop is suitable for 16+ and beginners.

Pre booking is essential as places are limited.

All materials are provided.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

Bodmin Keep

BODMIN KEEP:

CORNWALL’S ARMY MUSEUM

Bodmin Keep has been standing proudly

near the centre of town for over 150 years:

built in 1859, it has buzzed with military

activity throughout the ages, making

it Bodmin’s most prestigious historical

building. Today behind the imposing

exterior high walls, it’s home to a fascinating

collection that tells the stories of ordinary

people doing extraordinary things.

0120 872 810

www.bodminkeep.org

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St austell

Sat 21 May

TECGIRLS CREATECH MAKING

WORKSHOP

Free

Design your own stage, create your story,

and bring it to life with technical filming and

editing skills! Using clay, paper, and other

props we will help you to create stop-motion

animations. This is a great activity for playing

with making as well as technical filming and

editing.

www.tecgirls.co.uk

Market House

Sat 4 June

CRAFTING CONNECTIONS

11am

See the fantastic contemporary craft and

art that local young people have been

making with our School of Make. Everyone

is welcome to join in with our drop in

workshops making recycled jewellery,

embroidering your jeans, having a go with

acrylic paints and archaeological pyrography.

07951 960 647

www.facebook.com/schoolofmake20

Unit K, White River Place

Sat 11 June

GLAM

An outdoor street performance with circus

and theatrical elements and audience

interaction. Celebrating everything fabulous!

www.carntocove.co.uk

Town Centre

Tue 31 May

JUST MY CUP OF TEA

10.30am

Join Artist and Creative Mentor, Belinda

Latimer, who will be leading Art workshops.

These drop-in sessions will enable

participants to create prints, inspired by

familiar landmarks from the industrial

heritage of St Austell and Stoke-on-Trent

which will be inspired by the beautiful

imagery on Spode pottery.

White River Place

Fri 10 June

GLAM WORKSHOP

Free

A workshop by Etta Ermini Dance Theatre

and Van Huynh Company.

www.carntocove.co.uk

St Austell College

Sat 18 June

FINGA NINJA WARRIOR

Finga Ninja Warrior is a large table top game.

Contenders run an assault course using one

hand and two fingers acting as legs. A game

of utter silliness... with seriously good prizes!

www.jamfirsttheatre.com

White River Place

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St austell

St austell

Sat 18 June

THE CAMERAMAN

Free

Songs, suspense and silent-comedy. The

Cameraman is an outdoor show from Bash

Street Theatre Co. Set around the seedy

French Cafe du Pont, the show is a playful

homage to the film-noir genre. There’s

a voice-over narration and live musical

accompaniment, including piano, accordion

and some funky steel guitar.

www.bashstreet.co.uk

Town Centre

Sat 18 June

ST AUSTELL LIVE

12pm

A singer-songwriter and spoken word

showcase in an intimate bistro environment.

This event will give professional and amateur

musicians a platform to showcase their work

to a new multi-generational audience.

www.restormelarts.co.uk

Smorgers Bistro

Sat 18 June

CULTURAL CELEBRATION

A day of activities, events and celebration.

We have fun sports day events, drama

installation, produce competitions, life

drawing contests, pub quizzes, silent Disco,

live music, big top events, outdoor games

and more.

Various Venues

Sat 18 June

MUSIC JAM ST AUSTELL

9.30am – Free

We are PolyRhythm and we are going to

bring our free musical instrument library

to St Austell town centre, give free access

to musical instruments, and create-a-jam

style workshops that will give people the

opportunity to learn new skills and connect

with others.

07760 466 434

www.polyrhythm.world

St Austell Town Centre

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truro

Tue 31 May

GUERRILLA MUSEUM

10am

From Victorian household items to

prehistoric hand axes, come and explore

the theme of ‘home’ with the Royal Cornwall

Musuem’s Guerrilla Museum.

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

Royal Cornwall Museum

truro

Fri 3 June

GUERRILLA MUSEUM

10am

Popping up in locations around the city, the

Guerrilla Museum will give you the chance

to handle historic artefacts from the RCM’s

collection, identify mystery objects, see some

special objects from the museum stores, and

contribute to our upcoming exhibition.

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

Royal Cornwall Museum

Sat 18 June

GUERRILLA MUSEUM

12pm

Come and join us at the Guerrilla Museum,

a pop event run by the Royal Cornwall

Museum. From Victorian household items

to prehistoric hand axes, come and explore

the theme of ‘home’ with the Royal Cornwall

Musuem’s Guerrilla Museum.

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

Lemon Quay

Museum spotlight

Sat 4 June

GUERRILLA MUSEUM

10am – Free

Popping up in locations around the city, the

Guerrilla Museum will give you the chance

to handle historic artefacts from the RCM's

collection, identify mystery objects, see some

special objects from the museum stores, and

contribute to our upcoming exhibition.

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

Truro Cathedral

Sat 25 June

GEURRILLA MUSUEM

10am – Free

Come and join us at the Guerrilla Museum, a

pop event run by the Royal Cornwall Museum.

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

Lemon Quay

ROYAL CORNWALL MUSEUM

‘The Royal Cornwall Museum is an essential

place to come to if you are fascinated by

Cornwall’ - Kurt Jackson, artist.

If you want to see an Egyptian mummy,

explorers’ medicine chest and a wide range

of Cornish and British art, head to the Royal

Cornwall Museum. In our British Museum

partnership gallery you can build a Greek

temple, have a go in our Mummy Factory and

crack ancient codes.

www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk

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Tresorys Kernow is a pilot project between Cornwall

Museums Partnership and Creative Kernow

about tresorys kernow

Help us shape our future work!

After attending an event, please take 2 mins to tell us what you though about your experience at the event.

We would love to learn what you enjoyed, what could be improved and what types of activities you’d like to

see more of. Your feedback will go directly into shaping our future activities.

Visit https://itl.chat/ to feedback. Thank you!

About Cornwall Museums Partnership

Cornwall Museums Partnership is a charity with

a purpose to create positive social change with

museums. CMP was formed in 2015 to provide

leadership for Cornwall’s museums; to support

them, represent them and give them a voice. We

are an innovative organisation that has gained

national recognition for its work. CMP encourages

collaborative working within the museum sector and

provides a range of specialist support:

• fundraising and income generation

• a professional advisory service for museum staff and

volunteers

• a range of training and events based around our

core values

We also run large scale projects with partners and

have recently completed a 2 year, 800k investment

to test and implement innovative immersive

experiences at five museums as part of the Coastal

Communities Fund programme. We are a National

Portfolio Organisation Consortium receiving funding

from Arts Council England, Cornwall Council as well

as many other organisations including the National

Lottery Heritage Fund.

/cornwallmp

@cornwallmp

@cornwallmuseumspartnership

www.cornwallmuseumspartnership.org.uk

Tresorys Kernow is funded by the UK Government through

the UK Community Renewal Fund. Cornwall Council has been

chosen by Government as a Lead Authority for the fund and

is responsible for monitoring the progress of projects funded

through the UK Community Renewal Fund in Cornwall.

About Creative Kernow

Creative Kernow is the creative and cultural sector

support organisation for Cornwall and the Isles of

Scilly. We are a charity with a core mission to enrich

and energise creative communities through the

production, distribution and promotion of artistic

work. We are one of Cornwall’s key creative industries

organisations, a National Portfolio Organisation part

funded by Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.

Our programmes fall into three dynamically

overlapping areas:

• Cultural Engagement: Carn to Cove, C Fylm,

FEAST, Cornwall 365 What’s On

• Creative Economy support: Cultivator, Screen

Cornwall, Cornwall 365 Network

• Creative Hub development: Krowji

Our support is delivered through programmes which

can touch everyone’s lives, including affordable

managed workspace, skills development, a rural

touring scheme, investment in projects bringing

together professional artists and communities, being

a creative hub, helping the cultural and tourism

sectors to work more closely together, supporting

young people to enter the creative workforce,

international partnerships and many more.

We aim to be greater than the sum of our parts.

/CreativeKernow

@creative_kernow

www.creativekernow.org.uk

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Truro

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Penzance

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