Descriptive graphic demonstrating the benefit of funding towards the museum’s digital engagement.

Vote for your museum

We need your votes!

The museum has applied to Aviva Community Fund for a grant and we need your vote to help our application.

Eleanor Clarke our Public Engagement Coordinator said “Our museum has a long history of leading in technology and connecting communities. Porthcurno is a remote location and access to technology and connectivity can be difficult. We were once the largest telegraph station in the world and we want to create a network for digital collecting and learning. Your vote will help us develop our digital engagement.”

Get Digital in 2019

Planned projects include code clubs for kids, digital outreach for those who want to improve their skills, digital ingenuity and development for careers building and volunteer opportunities within our digital collections program. The museum has been digitising photographs and bound volumes for years now and has a dedicated digitisation space with regular volunteers who photograph and scan our collections.

Team Working across the County

We will also be working with charities and businesses within Cornwall provide the best opportunities for all in our local community. Partners so far include:

Cornwall Rural Community Trust

Code Club SW

Girlguiding Penwith

Software Cornwall

Games Academy at Falmouth University

All you need to do is sign up with your email address, look for our digital hub project and use the slider to add your votes. Voting closes at midday Tuesday 20th November 2018.



If you have any questions about our digital engagement programme contact Eleanor Clarke, our Public Engagement Coordinator at [email protected]