We’ve dipped into our New Purchases Fund to buy a leather-bound Cost Book for Trevaunance Mine, near Higher Bal on the edge of St Agnes. The entries date from 1879 when the mine was owned by the powerful Enys family. It’s a welcome addition to our mining-related artefacts.
- November 12, 2014 End of Term Report: ‘A very successful season’ This season's stats (courtesy of Liz Thompson)
4763 visitors (up on 4577 in 2013)
as well as
- April 4, 2015 New for 2015: Stations and schooners
Our stunning new railway display, with its intricate 00-gauge model of St Agnes Station complete with the main building, pagoda shaped cycle shed, footbridge, signalbox, engine shed, […]
- November 12, 2014 Winter Coffee Morning Crowds came to the Museum's Coffee Morning on 1st November, a day so mild that we needed no heating in the Church Hall. In addition to the usual stalls, Vice Chairman, Clive Benney, had […]