CALH Events


9,10 March 2019 (Sat-Sun) - CALH Spring Conference and AGM - Conference theme - "The Great War" - Kilbirnie Hotel, Newquay. Details and sign up sheet are on the Events page. 

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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.                 

 

There will be a free service on historic transport operating between Kresen Kernow (at the former Redruth Brewery site), the Cornish Studies Library (drop off at the railway station), East Pool Mine, Tolgus Tin & Redruth Old Cornwall Society Museum (located at Cornwall Gold), Moseley Toy & Train Museum and other locations in the area - See more at: http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/directory/kresen-kernow-at-the-former-redruth-brewery#sthash.8mgfbCiv.dpuf
There will be a free service on historic transport operating between Kresen Kernow (at the former Redruth Brewery site), the Cornish Studies Library (drop off at the railway station), East Pool Mine, Tolgus Tin & Redruth Old Cornwall Society Museum (located at Cornwall Gold), Moseley Toy & Train Museum and other locations in the area - See more at: http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/directory/kresen-kernow-at-the-former-redruth-brewery#sthash.8mgfbCiv.dpufLate October - (start date to be announced) - "Archive Life Cycle - Death" - Looking for community contributions to this exhibition.

 

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Old Cornwall Society

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Devon & Cornwall Record Society

21 Oct. (Sun) - Desert Island Documents - Honoring CALH Chairman Carole Vivian. A celebration of the contribution she has made to Cornwall and its history.Discussion will cover, among other things, venacular buildings, the influence of Veronica Chesher, Henderson's notes, tithe maps and parish records. Stewart House Liskeard, 2 pm.To book send (by 15 October) a cheque for £6 (£5 members) to DEVON & CORNWALL RECORD SOCIETY to The Cottage in The Hayes, Cheriton Fitzpaine, EX17 4JG.  Enclose SAE if receipt required (email preferred)

 

Luxulyan Church         

4 November (Sun) - Organ Restoration Concert - The programme features Mr Anthony Trodd                            and other visiting organists and Miss Violet Margetts (Cornet) accompanied by Miss Hannah Hawken. Refreshments provided. No charge for entrance but donations welcome.

7-14 November (Weds-Weds) - An exhibition on Luxulyan's Fallen in the Great War. The church will be open all day, come when you please.

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Royal Institution of Cornwall

 

14 November (Fri) – Cornish Tommies – A programme of films in honour of WW1’s 100th anniversary – 6 pm to 8:30 pm – donation entr

 
 

22 November (Thurs) – Rural Idyll to Post Industrial Landscape in 200 years – How our industrial revolution changed the face of Cornwall – A presentation by Archaeologist and Trustee of the RIC Nick Johnson. 6pm to 7 pm

 

19 December (Weds) – Hark! The Glad Sound of Cornish Carols – Sally Burley and Hilary Coleman recount their experiences of gathering Cornish Carols helped by the Red River Singers – 1 -2 pm – Free with museum admission.

 

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Gorsedh Kernow

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