This digital story shares Christine’s memories of becoming a volunteer steward at Hall for Cornwall, where she worked from it’s opening to it’s temporary closure. Christine is passionate about theatre and he family of volunteers at Hall for Cornwall and is looking forward to it re-opening.
Through the ‘Revealing City Hall’ project, Hall for Cornwall are hosting a programme of events and activities that share and celebrate the building’s rich history. Storylines were delighted to work in partnership with Hall for Cornwall to create this series of digital stories and explore the buildings history through the stories of people who have lived, loved and laughed within these walls.
The beating heart of Cornwall for over 170 years, Hall for Cornwall call Truro’s old City Hall their home. Built back in 1847, the building is Grade II* listed and full of secrets waiting to be shared. In 2018 HFC won a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to do just that.
Play a starring role in the history of the hall
Do you have items hiding in your attic or hanging on your wall?
Whether squirrelled away or proudly on display, we’re looking for items that show the history of the hall.
Everyone’s memories are welcome. Show us your posters and dust off those old photos. We’d love you to play a part in putting on our biggest production yet.
Get in touch to share your story.
To find out more about the ‘Revealing City Hall’ project, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, visit: