2019 Calendar from Cornwall Heritage Trust

2019 Calendar from Cornwall Heritage Trust

You probably noticed that our Annual Review contained some beautiful images of our sites. Taken by Steve Dee Photography, they really have captured the natural beauty of some of our properties.  We thought that they were so spectacular that we decided to compile them into a calendar for 2019 for everyone to enjoy throughout the year. They are £5.00 plus P & P (£6.50 in total).  If you would like to purchase one you can either catch up with us at Lowender Peran, Krowji Open Studios or buy them online by clicking on the link below. Please note:  We use Paypal as our Payment Gateway, but you don’t have to have a Paypal account, you can pay by Debit or Credit Card.  Alternatively you can ring our office and make a payment over the telephone by ringing : 01209 707 008     2019 Calendar from Cornwall Heritage...
Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice of Annual General Meeting

This year’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday September 20th 2018 at Chacewater Village Hall. The AGM will start at 3pm and will be preceded by the presentation of the Sir Richard Trant Memorial Award – Heritage Champion 2018 and the Dr John Rowe Memorial Lecture, delivered by Miss Carole Vivian who was the winner of the Heritage Champion Award in 2017. The lecture will start at 2pm and is entitled ‘Local History Research – A Never Ending Jigsaw Puzzle’. The agenda for the AGM may be downloaded here: AGM Notice and Agenda 2018 Click here to view the annual accounts: Cornwall Heritage Trust Limited 2018 Annual...
Dogs to be kept on leads at Castle an Dinas

Dogs to be kept on leads at Castle an Dinas

A dog attack resulted in 3 lambs being killed at Castle an Dinas on Monday. Sheep graze on the site, owned by Cornwall Heritage Trust, from April to October and are owned by a local grazier.  Dog walkers are warned that the sheep are on the site through the use of clear signage and are asked to keep their dogs under control.  Following this attack, which was likely to have been committed by more than one dog, Trustees direct that anyone walking their dog on the site MUST keep them on a lead at all times. When the sheep leave the site (usually in October) the rules may be relaxed however it is imperative that dog owners keep control of their pet at all times and dispose of its mess responsibly....
Nominations for Heritage Champion 2018 now open!

Nominations for Heritage Champion 2018 now open!

We are pleased to announce that nominations for the annual Sir Richard Trant Memorial Award for Heritage Champion 2018 are now open. Last year’s winner was Carole Vivian who was a very worthy recipient of the prize.  Carole was nominated for her tireless work establishing and organising the Cornwall Association of Local Historians (CALH) as well as presenting talks and tours all over Cornwall. For more information on the award or if you would like to nominate an unsung hero or heroine who has made a difference to promoting, preserving or strengthening  Cornwall’s unique heritage in a voluntary capacity please click...
Cornish Song Project

Cornish Song Project

Last year the Trust organised the Cornish Song Project with children from Wadebridge, Perranporth, Newlyn East and Newquay to introduce children to traditional Cornish songs.  The children took part in workshops to learn the songs with the aim of performing them at the Lowender Peran Festival.  The songs and music were recorded live at Lowender Peran and the audience was encouraged to join in by projecting the words onto a screen.  The songs, backing tracks and scores can be found on the CHT website and are available for schools to use.  There is also some background and history to each song and links to more information and resources that may be useful.  Huge thanks to everyone that helped to make this project so successful, it is very much hoped that Cornish schools will find this a valuable resource! To access the song resources and to find out more about this project please follow the link: Cornish Songs in Schools...