Still Young is the new single by Lily Hayes. It’s a story of sharing vulnerability and trust with a subtle simplicity that masks its depth
Weird Fish has helped fashion students at Falmouth University with a donation of offcuts of the company’s unique prints and Macaroni fabric
Joe Kennedy is a furniture maker based in Cornwall who has won a national award while following in his family’s footsteps
The Nick Darke Award for writing for theatre, screen or radio, has been opened up internationally with a doubling of its prize
Guy Martin’s powerful, moving and insightful images of the Arab Spring in Egypt and Libya, at The Poly, Falmouth
26 Flavours of Cornwall features a series of eye-catching paper table-settings that combine writing and design to bring Cornish foods and drinks to life.
Writing courses at Falmouth Uni for novelists, screenwriters, journalists, non-fiction authors and copywriters will take place in three short courses in July
Polly Fields has picked up one of only five International Committee of the Red Cross Young Reporters Awards for a piece produced as part of her masters degree, which she took at Falmouth University.
Greg Dennis’ image of his dog frolicking in the River Teign – Bunty’s Water Rainbow – won a photography competition for the first year student at Falmouth University
Tom Jamieson has been awarded £1,000 by Ideas Tap for a photo story of a Newlyn fishing trawler – the same photography also saw him win one of the four coveted scholarships to the Foundry Photojournalism Workshop run by the VII Network in Istanbul.
Plymouth designer Nick Warren of N9 Design joins the design-led community engagement project for Cornwall, Dott Cornwall
Dartington old boy Simon Van Booy has picked up the prestigious, and generous, Frank O’Connor literary award for his collection of short stories Love Begins in Winter