St Just Miner’s Chapel
Built in 1833 St Just Miners’ Chapel is a Grade II* listed building of huge cultural, historical and spiritual significance.
For much of its existence it was the hub of the mining community in St Just and beyond. Important and rare architectural features are found within.
With its outstanding accoustics, the Chapel is a magnificent setting for music, from a single treble to a full-blooded Cornish Male Voice Choir, from a solo trumpet call to a thunderous paean from the magnificent organ soaring through the night air.
It is set within sight of the sea in possibly the most visually powerful, post-industrial landscape in Cornwall.
Arts Council England
Arts Council England champions, develops and invests in artistic and cultural experiences to enrich people’s lives. It supports a range of activities across the arts, museums and libraries – from theatre to digital art – reading to dance, music to literature, and crafts to collections.
Arts Council England is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.
Hall for Cornwall
The HfC is situated in the heart of Cornwall and is the county’s largest performance venue, playing to audiences of 180,000 annually and has a strategic role within regional arts, being one of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations.
Hall For Cornwall’s Community Club
In May 2013, Hall for Cornwall was awarded £500,000 over five years by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, to support audience development activity across Cornwall, targeting communities and groups who may not usually have the means to visit theatre.
Various initiatives have been developed to support this work including Community Club Membership, discounted ticket schemes/vouchers, behind the scenes events, relaxed performances and a pre-show Community Social Club.
HFC Community club has welcomed over 10,000 new audience members from across Cornwall, who have experienced the very best of the performing arts on offer locally, creating a sense of occasion and excitement.
First Kernow offer nearly 100 bus routes around Cornwall. Whether you’re heading for a day on one of the many beautiful beaches, or going for a stroll around a charming village, First Kernow will help you find your way.
FEAST harnesses the many talents and energies of Cornwall’s artists and communities to create inspiring opportunities for people to come together and enjoy high quality arts as participants and audiences.
FEAST brings artists together with community volunteers to launch or invigorate local festivals and events. We also work with partner organisations to offer new creative ways of tackling some of the social, economic or environmental issues facing Cornwall.
Cornish Mining WHS
The Site consists of the most authentic and historically significant surviving components of the Cornwall and west Devon mining landscape from the period 1700 to 1914. The landscape is a testament to the profoundly important process of pioneering metal mining and to the innovations that had a key influence on the mining world at large during the nineteenth century.
Cornwall Heritage Trust
Cornwall Heritage Trust works to preserve and strengthen Cornwall’s unique heritage through its education programmes, management and ownership of heritage sites, heritage promotion activities and grants schemes. Hireth is part-funded by a grant from CHT and is a great example of the sort of project that the Trust aims to fund: telling the story of Cornwall’s heritage and engaging the community at the same time.
The Trust is funded by donations and the generosity of its members, if you would like to find out more about Cornwall Heritage Trust or how to become a member and help support projects like Hireth please visit the website www.cornwallheritagetrust.org