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My time with the trust – Eloise Speechly

Over the last year we have been working with a number of wonderful students and graduates in the run up…

July 9, 2021


Keeping local culture viable and visible

Navigating the uncertainties of the ever-changing Covid roadmap has been a defining characteristic of these last two summers. In Launceston,…

July 6, 2021


So…how does a hybrid arts and literature festival work?

We know that for many of you, a hybrid arts and literature festival might be a totally new way to…

June 25, 2021


Artwork competition

WHAT CAN YOU SEE THROUGH CHARLES CAUSLEY’S GLASSES? Forget walking in someone’s shoes, imagine you could see through Charles’ glasses! …

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‘My room is a bright glass cabin,

All Cornwall thunders at my door,

And the white ships of winter lie

In the sea-roads of the moor.’

The Seasons in North Cornwall, Collected Poems, 1951 - 2000 [revised edition] p.31

Covid-19 updateThe Causley Trust Staff are working from home until further notice and can be contacted by email as usual. We hope you all stay safe and well.