Cornwall Heritage Trust held our first virtual story cafe in January, with Merv and Alison Davey talking about Cornish Scoot Dancing. It was a great success and we are planning to roll out more online events until it is safe for the real story cafes to take place again.
We are very grateful to Cornwall Community Foundation who helped to fund our virtual story cafes.
We will be adding the recordings of all the story cafes onto this page, please keep checking after each event for the video links.
Turf Cutting for Fuel on Bodmin Moor with Peter Herring – February 2021
The publications mentioned in Peter’s talk are available at:
The Bodmin Moor : An archaeological survey Volume 1 The Human Landscape to 1860, can be downloaded here: https://map.cornwall.gov.uk/reports_event_record/1994/1994R034.pdf
Volume Two is available to purchase at :
The Bodmin Moor : An archaeological survey Volume Two The industrial and post-medieval landscapes
Cornish Scoot Dancing with Merv and Alison Davey – January 2021
We know that some other organisations are also running online events, so we thought it would be a great idea to share these on our website as well. If you are an organisation and would like to add your events to this page, please get in touch!
The Archives and Cornish Studies Service, Kresen Kernow
The Archives and Cornish Studies Service, based at Kresen Kernow have been running free online events, which you can book via their Events page on their website : https://kresenkernow.org/events/
They also have links to the recordings of previous events on the Kresen Kernow Youtube channel
Cornish Story are presenting a series of Live events about Cornish Diaspora which you can book online.
Cornwall Archaeological Society
Cornwall Archaeological Society have recorded a very interesting series of Winter Lectures, available below, as well as on their website.
The talk on Trethevy Quoit is particularly interesting to us as we manage this site on behalf of English Heritage and own the field surrounding the Quoit within which the platform of Greenstone was discovered.
Truro’s High Cross: A chequered history Andrew Langdon
Trethurgy revisited in colour Henrietta Quinnell
Innovations in Zennor: Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating Shines a Light on The Early Origins of Bosigran’s Famous Fields Pete Herring and Soetkin Vervust
A vast extent of country and time Cathy Parkes
Trethevy Quoit, in light of recent work Andy Jones