Association for Cornish Heritage are able to give a variety of visual presentations about Newquay and Cornwall. These have been given to a range of groups such as 'Old Cornwall' societies, memory cafe's, Women's Institutes, U3A groups, schools and colleges.
If you are interested in having us provide your group with a talk contact us and we would be pleased to have a chat.
We also provide guided walks in the Newquay area and try to match these depending on the type and ability of the group.
All proceeds from these talks and walks go to support Newquay Heritage Archive & Museum a voluntary community museum in Newquay. This is run by Association for Cornish Heritage and our partner Newquay Old Cornwall Society.
Newquay Heritage Archive & Museum receive no funding from any local authority and need to raise funds to remain open and free to the public.
Talks available include the following
- Aspects of Cornish History through the Tregellas Tapestry
- Cornwall’s 19th Century Maritime Trade [With Special Reference to Newquay]
- Early Tourists & Tourism to Cornwall [With Special Reference to Newquay]
- Aspects of the Cornish Fishing Industry from its Earliest Times [With Special Reference to Newquay]
- Rails to Cornwall [With Special Reference to Newquay]
- The Song of the Western Men ‘Trelawny’ The Life of Robert Stephen Hawker
- The ‘Round Castles’ of Cornwall [Launceston, Restormel & Trematon]
- Richard Earl of Cornwall [Builder of Tintagel Castle]
- Aspects of Bodmin Moor
- Notable Cornish Women
- Dirty Rotten Boroughs – Cornwall and the Great Reform Act of 1832 [Accompanied by work carried out by students at Truro & Penwith College History Heritage & Archaeology Foundation Degree Course 2017]
- Newquay from Pilchards to Tourism
- Newquay’s West End
- Along Newquay’s Fore Street
- Newquay’s Lifeboat History
- Newquay Then & Later [various versions available]
- Newquay from its Earliest Times / Newquay in History
- Bravery at Home – Saving Life at Sea [Newquay during WWI]
- Newquay Harbour from Earliest Times to Today
- Newquay Old Cornwall Society – Who We Are & What We Do
Not all available as some may require updating - please discuss.