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Arts Council England

We believe that great art and culture inspires us, brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. In short, it makes life better.

We champion, develop and invest in artistic and cultural experiences that enrich people's lives. We support activities across the arts, museums and libraries – from theatre to digital art, reading to dance, music to literature, and cra^s to collections.

Between 2015 and 2018, we will invest £1.1 billion of public money from government and an estimated £700 million from the National Lottery to help create art and culture experiences for everyone, everywhere.


FEAST is a programme to make great art happen across Cornwall.

FEAST harnesses the talents and energy of Cornwall’s artists and communities, generating new opportunities for everyone to enjoy the arts. The focus is on bringing people together to share experiences as audiences or participants, and on animating local celebrations and cultural life.

Investment for FEAST comes from Arts Council England and Cornwall Council. The programme is managed by Cornwall Arts Centre Trust.



The museum and its collections have been developed over many years by dedicated people with a love of Cornwall's own regiment, the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry (DCLI) and military history. It stands as a testament to the soldiers who have served over the centuries. Looking to the future, the vision is to take the museum onto even greater things and make it a great place for learning about our military heritage. The museum's aim is to educate, entertain and inspire a broad range of people of all ages and to make a real contribution to the local community and county.


Cornwall Theatre company Collective Arts has an excellent reputation in delivering large-scale outdoor epic theatrical experiences, alongside its touring theatre. The company prides itself in acting as a catalyst for communities to explore their own artistic endeavours. It works with freelance performers and practitioners, with relevant project knowledgeand experience relating to specific productions. One of our main aims is to promote Cornish culture and heritage. We aim to increase awareness and appreciation of Cornish culture and heritage by celebrating and interpreting our past.

Collective Arts began life as The Cornish Theatre Collective. The company was founded by visionary director Dominic KnuRon. He was a highly respected all-rounder in the world of theatre, directing productions throughout the UK. Although he had great success touring a wide variety of plays, his greatest achievements will probably be the UK premiere and five subsequent tours of Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist, and directing the Ordinalia Miracle play cycles in St Just-in-Penwith between 2000-2004. Phil Innes took over the reins following Dom’s death, and Jason Squibb is the current Artstic Director.

The Company objectives are:

  • To educate the public in the arts of theatre and drama of all kinds.

  • To bring high quality productions to the public using all means of theatrical, film and other recorded media.

  • To devise and deliver educational workshops to accompany said productions.

  • To provide a forum within which professional ar>sts can prac>ce and develop their skills.

  • To promote Cornish culture and other relevant contemporary issues through said arts for the people of Cornwall and beyond.


Discover the excitement and nostalgia of steam travel with a journey back in time on the Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Cornwall’s only full size railway still operated by steam locomotives.

Relax in style and enjoy a leisurely 13 mile round trip through beautiful countryside, taking in the sights, sounds and smells of a bygone age, as the era of a Cornish branch line in the 1950s reveals itself during the course of your journey.

Trains operate from Bodmin General, the principal station where free coach and car parking is available, to both Bodmin Parkway station - where connections can be made directly with main line railway services - and Boscarne Junction, which is situated directly adjacent to the Camel Trail recreational footpath and cycle way.

Passenger train services operate throughout the year, and daily from late May to early October. A varied and interesting programme of special events and special trains are also an important part of the Railway’s calendar.

Come and discover Cornwall’s railway heritage at its best.