Cornish Heritage Centre

learn about Cornwall's long, rich heritage

WADEBRIDGE / 8th, 9th & 10th JUNE


2017


Tickets Membership

Cornish Heritage Centre

Cornish Heritage Centre
Cornish Heritage Centre

Cornwall's history and culture and the nature of its people are unique. And all are celebrated here.

The Cornish Heritage Marquee is situated at the west end of the showground, in association with the Countryside Area. It celebrates and explores the many facets that together make Cornwall so special and at the same time provides plenty to fascinate and entertain.

Here's a list of who will be exhibiting this year:

ExhibitorDetails
Azook
Tel.0845 0509429
Visit: The website
Aims to bring Cornwall's archives of photographs, interviews and audio-visual heritage together onto one free website. RCS offers the perfect opportunity for Show-Goers to visit our stand and Mobile Digitisation Studio; you can see the results and add your own memories to this Cornish phenomenon. For more visit: Cornish Memory delivered by Azook
Cornwall Family History Society
Tel.01872 264044
Visit: The website
Cornwall Family History Society offers access to the 5 million name database of Cornish ancestors. The Truro Headquarters is a friendly resources centre offering help and advice on researching family history.
Cornwall Heritage Trust
Tel.01326 378742
Email. Chris Porloe
We help safeguard heritage sites in the County, own 4 sites and maintain & for English Heritage. We award grants to those working in the heritage field and annual bursaries to postgraduates and subsidise school visits. We can also help to rescue artefacts in danger of being lost or removed from Cornwall.
Cornwall Ramblers
Tel.01736 740542
Email. Graham Ronan
Ramblers is Britain's walking charity, working for walkers.We safeguard footpaths, access to the countryside, as well as protecting the places the public go walking. We also encourage more people to take up walking by providing opportunities for people to walk with others and by themselves.
Federation of Old Cornwall Societies
Tel.01209 714037
Visit: The website
FOCS has existed for over 90 years - 45 Old Cornwall Societies throughout Cornwall are affiliated, with each Old Cornwall Society dedicated to its aims of recording & preserving Cornwall's threatened traditions, unique culture, language, dialect, caring for its environment and promoting public awareness of these concerns.
Friends of the Camel Trail
Tel.01208 816779
Visit: The website
The Friends of the Camel Trail are a small, but growing, enthusiastic group formed in June 2011. Our aims are to preserve the Trail and its environs for all and to promote its wildlife, heritage and history.
National Coastwatch Institution
Tel.01208 841546
Visit: The website
We are a volunteer organisation to protect and safeguard both shipping and coastal path walkers. Each of the 50 lookout stations around the coast of England & Wales require approx 40 volunteers to operate them during daylight hours. We are always looking for new volunteers.
The Sustainable Trust
Tel.01209 831718
Visit: The website
A diverse community project including a film, ballad in both languages, a book, workshops, a writing project and botanical study of the 5 acre 'Frying Pan Field' where the quoit sits. We also manage woodlands at Clowance.Currently restoring 'Carwynnen Quoit', a 5000 year old Scheduled Ancient Monument unusually sited near Camborne.
Wheal Martyn
Tel.01726 850362
Visit: The website
Set within 26 acres in the heart of Cornwall. The picturesque site includes nature trails, woodland walks and is home to the UK's only china clay heritage centre, set amongst preserved remains of a Victorian clay works. See Cornwall's largest working waterwheel, modern mining in action or simply relax in the café. Even dogs are welcome!

WADEBRIDGE / 8th, 9th & 10th JUNE


2017


Tickets Membership