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A Week of Roadshows

The roadshow programme is hotting up through July! This week we have been at St Day (Community Centre), Carharrack (Mills Hall), Lanner (Millenium Hall), Illogen Fete and Lostwithiel…

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Fal River Festival hosts MemoryFish Community Day!

The Azook team were in Falmouth for the Fal River Festival in Events Square on 29 May 2015; this was to deliver a Community Engagement Event as part…

cornishmemory.com roadshow visits the St Austell Brewery Visitors Centre

Azook CIC were back out on the road this week on Thursday 11 June, this time kindly hosted by St Austell Brewery at their Visitor Centre. It was…

MemoryFish Roadshow at the Falmouth Festival

The Azook CIC team will be out and about on Friday 29 May at the Falmouth Festival. As part of our MemoryFish project, funded by Cornwall & Isles…

cornishmemory.com Roadshow at the Royal Cornwall Show

Azook CIC will again be running our cornishmemory.com digitisation studio at the Royal Cornwall Show this year. We will have the full archive with us some 26,000 images…

Cornishmemory.com at the Clay TAWC Open Day

The Clay Country Training and Work Centre (TAWC) at St. Dennis opened its doors to  invite St. Dennis Old Cornwall Society to show old photographs of St Dennis at…

Lostwithiel hosts the cornishmemory.com Roadshow

The Azook team were out on the road again this time in Lostwithiel. The Lostwithiel Museum very kindly organised for us to join them in the Community Centre…

cornishmemory.com at the Porthleven Food Festival

The Azook team was out again showing heritage films at the Porthleven Food festival on the 25th April 2015. This is the second year we have been fortunate to…

cornishmemory.com Roadshow at Trevithick Celebrations

The Azook team took to the road with the cornishmemory.com digitisation trailer at the Trevithick Day celebrations in Camborne on Saturday 25 April.     We were very…

Volunteers’ Pick of the Week

We asked our volunteers to choose some favourite pictures of the week; explore thousands more, with film and audio recordings at cornishmemory.com.