What's On

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Thursday, May 20, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Friday, May 21, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Saturday, May 22, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Sunday, May 23, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Monday, May 24, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Thursday, May 27, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Friday, May 28, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Saturday, May 29, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Sunday, May 30, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388

Monday, May 31, 2021

  • Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    Kurt Jackson Exhibition - Wheal Martyn Clay Works

    We are delighted to present an exhibition by contemporary artist Kurt Jackson, influenced by his time at Littlejohns China Clay Works. Kurt’s work is fuelled by a long standing interest in Cornwall’s extractive industry and its role in shaping the physical landscape, culture and heritage of the county. Kurt worked in situ, observing the workers in the pit as they extracted and transported the china clay in an extraordinary manmade landscape. The exhibition includes new mixed media paintings, from huge tarpaulin-sized canvases to small intimate studies. The subject matter ranges from the ‘washing’ of the clay with high pressure monitors, to the blasting of the rock and breaking and transportation.

    Find out more about this exhibition here.

    Free (normal museum admission applies). 

    Pre-booking is required. 

  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Heritage Boat Charters - National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Hop aboard a boating gem and see a different view of Falmouth with a Heritage Boat Tour. Complete with a knowledgeable guide uncover more about the town’s fascinating maritime history, drink in the breathtaking views and discover a different way to explore the Cornish coastline.

    For more information and booking, visit nmmc.co.uk or call 01326 313388