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Community Migration Stories

In March 2018, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall will be opening their new major temporary exhibition, Titanic Stories (title TBC). A fundamental theme of the Titanic story is that of migration, of people boarding the liner in search of a new life in America.

As part of the exhibition, the museum would like to gather and present contemporary stories from the community and have partnered with Storylines CIC (www.storylines.org.uk) to collect and record stories and experiences of people that have moved to Cornwall from overseas.

The museum are currently looking for people who have migrated to Cornwall from overseas and would like to share their story with the project.

If people would like to learn more about the project and/or get involved, then they would love to hear from them on-

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07767 382552

Sarah Chapman

Storylines

www.storylines.org.uk

Voluntary Sector Trends 2017

 

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Our Vacancies page currently has details of three roles we are recruiting, all based in Truro:

Senior Manager position - "Projects Manager" - full time on salary of £32,486

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