PORTHLEVEN MUSEUM

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DVD - Memory Stick -

We are currently working with a team on the first production of a documentary of Porthleven’s history on DVD. If successful funding is achieved a copy will be made available for every home in Porthleven

Places where you can view the museums archives

Simon Stone from The Blue Anchor Helston also owns Out of the Blue and Caravan and Camping Porthleven. Simon kindly sponsored and hosts our museum’s display in Out of the Blue and it acts as our window on the world. There are hundreds of images depicting all aspects of village life throughout the ages. If you are in the area, just drop in during opening hours, and have a good browse. See how Porthleven used to be and then take a walk and see how it is today.

What does the future hold

We have a number of people who have agreed to become Trustees as we progress. Once we have our constitution in place, we can then apply for funding. This will take a while but we will persevere. We are currently working with Matthew Charlton, archaeologists Artifact-it Ltd , based in the South West. They help raise funds for museums and projects free of charge. They have a proven track record with over 15 years experience working with heritage groups and museums . They work alongside film makers, artists, and designers. The only remit is they undertake the work when they are successful with the fund raising.

Documentaries and archive film

Artefact-it Ltd create professional documentaries with archive footage, archive material and photographs interpreting historic events, archaeological site and particular periods in history. One of their productions won a Remi award at the Houston Film Festival, telling the stories of local men from a Wiltshire town during WW1. Other skills include 3D animations of heritage sites that are no longer visible, interactive displays and virtual galleries and animations. We are searching for suitable locations to host the museum’s displays to ensure the archives are protected and available to the community for ever.
Porthleven Museum, Porthleven community project, Out of the Blue, Nativespace, digital imagery, discover Porthleven
Porthleven Museum

Products

DVD - Memory Stick -

We are currently working with a team on the first production of a documentary of Porthleven’s history on DVD. If successful funding is achieved a copy will be made available for every home in Porthleven

Places where you can view the

museums archives

Simon Stone from The Blue Anchor Helston also owns Out of the Blue and Caravan and Camping Porthleven. Simon kindly sponsored and hosts our museum’s display in Out of the Blue and it acts as our window on the world. There are hundreds of images depicting all aspects of village life throughout the ages. If you are in the area, just drop in during opening hours, and have a good browse. See how Porthleven used to be and then take a walk and see how it is today.

What does the future hold

We have a number of people who have agreed to become Trustees as we progress. Once we have our constitution in place, we can then apply for funding. This will take a while but we will persevere. We are currently working with Matthew Charlton, archaeologists Artifact-it Ltd , based in the South West. They help raise funds for museums and projects free of charge. They have a proven track record with over 15 years experience working with heritage groups and museums . They work alongside film makers, artists, and designers. The only remit is they undertake the work when they are successful with the fund raising.

Documentaries and archive film

Artefact-it Ltd create professional documentaries with archive footage, archive material and photographs interpreting historic events, archaeological site and particular periods in history. One of their productions won a Remi award at the Houston Film Festival, telling the stories of local men from a Wiltshire town during WW1. Other skills include 3D animations of heritage sites that are no longer visible, interactive displays and virtual galleries and animations. We are searching for suitable locations to host the museum’s displays to ensure the archives are protected and available to the community for ever.