We are on the hill: Research Project: Episode 1: Sir John Gay Newton Alleyne

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Dalton, A. 2019. We are on the hill: Research Project: Episode 1: Sir John Gay Newton Alleyne.
Title of workWe are on the hill: Research Project: Episode 1: Sir John Gay Newton Alleyne
CreatorsDalton, A.
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This cultural heritage project took place in Falmouth, researching the lives of those buried in the derelict graveyard found at the highest point in the town/city. The research was used as the basis for creative responses which were then launched as a podcast. The podcast won the Gorsedh Kernow Awen Medal 2020 for creativity in the representation of cultural history.

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Sustainable Development Goals11 Sustainable cities and communities
Middlesex University ThemeCreativity, Culture & Enterprise
Research GroupEnglish Language and Literature
LanguageEnglish
Publisher or commissioning bodyFalmouth University
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Online2019
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Deposited27 Feb 2023
Web address (URL)https://weareonthehill.podbean.com/e/s01-episode-01-sir-john-gay-newton-alleyne-with-a-j-dalton/
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