CHAHP News

This is the place to keep up to date with all the latest goings on in the Caradon Hill Area. There's a huge range of events taking place every month, from guided themed walks and school trips with local experts, to wildlife and monument conservation and community celebrations. There are also lots of opportunities to learn new skills and sign up as a volunteer.

Browse the events listings and find out about project news or sign up to the RSS feed to get automatic updates whenever new info is added.

2nd. FESTIVAL OF YOUTH MUSIC at LISKEARD PUBLIC HALL Sun. 6th. July at 7p.m. In memory of Bo Foaks

Stuart House Trust is again sponsoring the above event, which was set up in memory of our friend and supporter Bo Foaks, who wished to encourage musical performance by young and talented musicians.

This year sees an even greater range of music, with local students from Truro College in the west to Kelly College in the east, and Looe Academy in the south to Callington in the north. Performers ages range from 7 to 17.

Please come along and support our young musicians in what should be a feast of entertainment. Tickets are priced at a modest £3 to encourage a full house, and are available from Reception at Stuart House.

We are especially indebted to the Music Department at Liskeard School under the leadership of Judy Whitlock and Jane Warwick, and to Bianca Phillips Libby for their enthusiastic support. Sunday 6th July 2014

Bronze Age Craddock Moor Walk

A joint Bo Foaks and Tony Blackman, Memorial Walk with Iain Rowe - Saturday 5th April 10am to 1pm, Minions Heritage Centre Car Park SX 262 713.

Caradon Natural Dyers Second Workshop

Making and Dyeing in a Woad Vat is Caradon Natural Dyers second workshop on
Friday 4 April. Various materials from nature will start woad and indigo
vats, and henna, bananas and onion skins are some we will be using. Fabric
can be decorated with resist paste.

The workshop takes place 10am - 4pm at the Parish Hall in Upton Cross and
costs £18 plus £5 materials. Contact Robin if you would like to take part, or to receive details of future workshops and
events.

If you would like to make up your own woad vat to take home and use, please
let me know by 31 March so I can advise what equipment you will need and
the materials cost.

May's workshop will be Rust and Tannin Dyeing. If you'd like to take part
then start looking out for and gathering iron scraps to use (eg rusty old
nails and bolts).

Liskeard Pre-1700 Group

For anyone interested in the history of the area pre-1700. 

Led by Tony Wood and Jo Mattingly

Saturday 22nd of March 2014 from 2-4pm at Stuart House, Liskeard. 

This is an open group, everyone is welcome, so please circulate these details.

March Meeting of the Liskeard History Group

THURSDAY 2Oth MARCH 

 

7:00 FOR 7:30, STUART HOUSE CAFE, Barras Street, Liskeard.

EAT YOUR WORDS over Short Story Week!

Caradon Writers are holding a mini workshop on Saturday 16 November 10am-12noon at the Liskerrett Centre. This is to celebrate short story week (11-17 Nov) and to invite writers to come and explore the neglected craft of short story writing.
 
The workshop will be led by creative writing tutor Lianne Crocker.
The cost will be £5 to be paid on the day.

Caradon Hill Area Heritage Partnership Inaugural Meeting

Wednesday 6th November, Sterts, 7:30pm
The first official meeting of the Caradon Hill Area Heritage Project Legacy Group, set up by CHAHP in partnership with the community groups formed with assistance from them. The aim of the partnership group is to carry on certain aspects of the project (which finishes it’s delivery on 31st December 2013) by working together.

Guided Walk - Mines, Mines and more Mines

Friday 18th October 10am to 1pm. Beginning at Linkinhorne Parish Hall, Upton Cross, with CHAHP Officer Iain Rowe. 2.5 miles approx - suitable footwear & clothing for a moorland walk a must. Some stiles and mud!

Guided Walk - Monday 14th October 10am to 1pm

Led by CHAHP Officer Jane Uglow, beginning at Golitha NNR carpark Free –no booking required.

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