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This is me

A new visual artwork by Melanie Young and Carlone Schanche.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

Explore this gilded reliquary that houses memories of the past, precious objects of belonging, and dreams of far-away places. Artists, Melanie and Caroline, worked with members of the Women's Institute to explore their connections to place, to Cornwall and the lands far beyond its borders and beaches. ‘This is Me’ is one of seventeen artworks produced for Hello Stranger, a Cornwall-wide community engagement programme created by Wildworks and supported by National Trust properties in Cornwall and the communities they serve. Starting its tour of Cornwall at Trerice, 'This is Me' will travel to share its stories with visitors at Trelissick, Cotehele, Pentire, and Godolphin until November 26, 2024.

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This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Meeting point

The visual artwork is hosted within the Punch Room inside the house

Accessibility

The entrance to the house is located approximately 105m from Visitor Reception and is a mixture of gravel and cobble paths. There is a ramped entrance to the house. The room where the visual artwork is hosted is along the visitor route. There are three steps to climb to access this space.

Upcoming events

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Summer of Play at Cotehele 

Head to Cotehele this summer for days out jam-packed with fun for all the family.

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on
22 Jul to 2 Sep 2024
at
10:00 to 17:00
+ 42 other dates or times
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Life on the Tamar 

Discover more about life on the banks of the River Tamar.

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on
22 Jul to 3 Nov 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
+ 104 other dates or times
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Summer of Play Storytime 

Visit the second hand bookshop this summer to hear two nature stories read aloud.

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on
26 Jul to 27 Aug 2024
at
11:00 to 11:30
+ 5 other dates or times
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Nature Walks 

Join our Nature Walks volunteer Andy on free monthly walks to learn about the ecology of the beautiful and varied Cotehele estate.

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on
28 Jul to 24 Nov 2024
at
11:00 to 13:00
+ 4 other dates or times