Cornish Heritage Societies & Groups Programmes of Events

Here we try to share information about the programme of events being organised by smaller societies, groups and organisations throughout Cornwall. We also share these on social media and through mentions in the  various Voice newspaper editions published throughout Cornwall

Send us your poster programme of events or link and we will add this to our listings as well as your society details to our list of Cornish heritage related groups and organisations. This includes all types of Cornish history, culture and environmental organisations.

There may be occasional cancellation due to the ongoing COVID pandemic for numerous reasons. We will list these here for reference prior to the event where we have been informed. Many events will be rescheduled and these will be mentioned here.

Cornwall Archaeological Society

Cornwall Archaeological Society seeks to:

  • Identify new archaeological sites through survey and excavations
  • Record sites, monuments and buildings in the field as part of one off or long-term projects;
  • Protect sites, monuments and buildings through co-operation with landowners, Historic England and Cornwall Council
  • Conserve archaeological monuments through active management work on site
  • Monitor the condition of our monuments through field visits
  • Help fund Archaeological research projects in the county by awarding grants

The Society has always encouraged Members to get involved with as wide a variety of activities as possible. Opportunities to learn more about archaeology in Cornwall and elsewhere are provided by an annual conference and a winter lecture series and a summer walks programme that takes in all corners of Cornwall.

Website: www.cornisharchaeology.org.uk

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Fowey Harbour Heritage Society

Fowey harbour, which includes the communities of Fowey, Bodinnick and Polruan, has been a significant international trading port since the medieval period and is still a working port today, exporting china clay. Our aim is to encourage you to explore the area and find out more about the places and people that have contributed to its heritage.

The Society introduces you to the rich and varied history of Fowey harbour and what you can see today by:

  • Organising talks
  • Publishing an annual journal
  • Presenting our annual heritage awards
  • Providing heritage grants to local organisations
  • Promoting guided walks
  • Working with other societies on heritage projects

www.foweyharbourheritage.org.uk

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History of Cornish Pilot Gigs - To be rescheduled
SW Suffragettes Talk 16 October 2021

Kernow Goth

Most Old Cornwall societies carryout a programme of talks and events throughout the year the links below open the society's webpage on the Kernow Goth website for the relevant society showing their programmes.

A full list of member societies and links to their webpages can be found by clicking Kernow Goth Member Societies

For those Kernow Goth societies who have provided a poster they are included here individually and can be downloaded as a pdf and shared or printed. Click the poster image to open and download

St Ives Old Cornwall Society Meetings 2021-2022
Liskeard OCS - Events Programme 2021-2022
Kowethas Kernow Goth Tewynblustri - Events Programme 2021-2022
Porthleven OCS - Oct 2021
Pentewan OCS - Programme 2021
Penzance OCS - Meetings & Events Poster
Lostwithiel Old Cornwall Society
Cury & Gunwalloe OCS - Oct 2021
Mullion OCS Events & Meetings 2021-2022
St Gerrans & Porthscatho OCS - Events Programme 2021-2022
Penryn & Falmouth OCS - Programme 2021

St Tudy History Group

The group has gone from strength to strength more than doubling its numbers to 40 in less than three years.  Its intention is to discover, preserve and disseminate the history of the Parish of St Tudy while also fostering an interest in Cornish and wider history.

St Tudy Historical Society usually meets in the Village Hall at 7:30pm on the last Monday of each month (except August and December).  A variety of external speakers are arranged with occasional visits to places of interest while members are encouraged to share the results of their own studies during Members’ Interest meetings. The full year’s programme can be enlarged and viewed clicking the right-hand image.

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