CALH Events


14 April (Thurs) - CALH Committee Meeting - St Austine of H9ippo, Woodland Rd, St Austell - 4:45 pm

22 May (Weds) Day Out Visit to St Ives Archive - Day will include visits to museums and a train or bus ride from Carbis Bay. Booking form on Events Page.

19 June (Weds) - Day Out Visit to Stratton and Pourghill Churches - Led by Dr Joanna Mattingly, Dr Todd Gray and Alan McIntosh. Booking form on Events Page.

13 July (Weds) - Day Out visit to St Neot - Tour of the church and village and acces to the St Neot and Warleggan Archive. The day will include an underground tour of the Carnglaze Slate Caverns. Booking form on Events Page.

18 July (Thurs) - CALH Committee Meeting - Location to be decided, possibly Kresen Kernow - 4:45 pm

3 October (Thurs) - CALH Committee Meeting - Location to be decided - 4:45 pm

8 October (Tues) - Day Out Visit to Fowey - It will include a talk and guided tour of historic Fowey and a visit to the Fowey Museum. In the afternoon, you will visit the Italian inspired TRenython Manor Hotel. Booking form on line when available.

12 October (Sat) - Autumn Conference - Theme to be determined - Kilbirnie Hotel, Newquay

16 January 2020 (Thurs) - CALH Committee Meeting - Location to be decided - 4:45 pm

7-8 March 2020 (Sat-Sun) AGM  & Spring Conference - Theme to be determined.

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 Kresen Kernow

 To keep up with progress on the new Kresen Kernow centre, paste this link into your browser:

www.cornwall.gov.uk/kresenkernow, .

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Cornwall Record Office and Cornish Studies Library

 

 Both facilities are now closed for the move to the new Kresen Kernow archive centre. It is hoped the new facility will be opened by the middle of 2019 but keep an eye out for developments.                 

 

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Federation of Old Cornwall Societies

 

6 July (Thurs) Summer Festival at St Just

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In Search of Tywardreath

 13 April (Sat) - Cornish Local History Talk by Bard Mac Waters - Focusing on the Tywardreath area with some new insights. Tywardreath Chapel, Well Street, 6:30 pm Admission £5 at the door. Refreshments available. Seating limited, so arrive early.

 

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