Focussing on the materials collected through these activities and with the volunteers from the Mousehole Archive Society, several workshops will be enabled to record and upload these heritage records for display at the recently opened Solomon Browne Memorial Hall.
The project is aimed at young people aged 13-19 who currently have very little resource or facilities in the village. This will provide them with a wide range of activities and skills training and establish regular sessions where they can express and share their ideas with the wider community. Based in the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall they will direct the content of many of the workshops and enable them to develop both creative and entrepreneurial skills.
The project was on launched on Friday 15th September with our first CreativiTEA party where residents and visitors shared their stories and memories of Mousehole, ably assisted by Sally and her tea table !
The programme of events will be published soon and for any further information please contact Kate Picknett at firstname.lastname@example.org, 07917 675514