School performances on 6&7 June
Schools will also come together
in the amphitheatre to perform their own show inspired by the
US 29th Infantry leaving from Polgwidden Beach (now Trebah
Trebah’s Creative Education Co-ordinator, Sarah Waller, is
leading a series of projects in schools across Cornwall.
with a team of professional artists children will create “Gas
Mask Memory Boxes”, “Ammunition Box Films”, “Washing
Line Poetry” and create their own performance piece for the
Installations will be on display 25 May to 16 June. Performances will be in the afternoon on 6&7 June.
Installations based in the Visitor Centre are free for anyone to
view and garden installations are free with garden entry.
performance is unticketed and you do not need to reserve a
space in advance, however priority will be given to parents and
carers of the children involved.
To find out more about Trebah’s other events please visit
www.trebah-garden.co.uk/dday or call 01326 252200