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 20, 2016 Winter Coffee Morning raises £430! The Museum's Winter Coffee Morning was a great success, raising £430, and being a very busy, happy occasion. There were the usual stalls to browse, as well as a particularly well supported […]
- February 19, 2017 Annual General Meeting – 15 February 2017 46 Members of St Agnes Museum Trust were welcomed to their 33rd Annual General Meeting in the Methodist Church Hall by our Chairman, Roger Radcliffe.
The Treasurer's report, read by the […]
- September 3, 2016 Man Engine visits St Agnes Giant Bolster had a rival when the UK's largest mechanical puppet, a 10 metre-plus Cornish Man Engine - a miner - arrived at St Agnes Head on 1 August on one of the wettest days of the […]