Constantine Cornwall

Dear Reader,

In view of the very serious coronavirus situation we have had to make alternative arrangements for the CEC/TOC Annual General Meeting in May this year.

Instead of holding our usual open meeting we are having to conduct matters on-line & by email.

In this connection & for your ease of information, I have pleasure in providing copies of the following, which would normally be presented at the AGM:

  1. AGM 2020 Chairmans report
  2. AGM Minutes May 2019
  3. Sub Group Reports 2020
  4. TOC Accounts 2018-19
  5. TOC AGM Update
  6. Directors Re-election nomination form

Should you wish to make any comments or raise any queries, please would you email them to by 1 May & we will do our best to answer them.

I hope you will agree it has been a successful year for the CEC & TOC, although there is still plenty more for us to achieve.

We are sorry that we cannot hold a meeting this year but appreciate you interest & support of the CEC & all that it does.

Wishing you well for the future,

Tracey Clowes
Honorary Chair of CEC

‘Our Precious Earth’

Photographs of Bosahan Woods by Terry Swainsbury and birds by environmentalist David Collins, are exhibited alongside a community response to conserving our world.

‘Our Precious Earth’

Mixed media works by Sandra Boreham draw attention to the fragility of nature, whilst the beauty of landscape and flora are celebrated by Maxine Hart and Evelyn Binns.

April/May: ‘Character and Setting’ – an exhibition of etchings by John Howard RE – from his time as artist in residence at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and Hugo Jones – whose portraits capture expression through line, finding movement in the contours of the face.

June/July: Contemporary still-life paintings by Si Hamling who studied painting and printmaking at Falmouth School of Art.

From January: Figurative paintings by Jo King celebrating film noir, pop art, portraiture and life studies. His work is exhibited, published and collected internationally.

From February 24th: Drawings by Lynne Treloar, which focus on the artist passion for rural life, are shown alongside photographs documenting local history. Much of the work was made at Carwythenack Farm.

Sept/Oct: A retrospective of Peta White colourful and expressionist paintings, drawn from her experience as a Jungian psychoanalyst.

Nov/Dec: An exhibition of Sally Wills mosaics incorporating found materials including shells, glass, china with smalti and tesserae.


Sept/Oct: A retrospective of Peta White’s colourful and expressionist paintings, drawn from her experience as a Jungian psychoanalyst.

Nov/Dec: An exhibition of Sally Wills’ mosaics incorporating found materials including shells, glass, china with smalti and tesserae.


In April and May, Patrick Thomas and Daniel Kerrison Stock, currently studying Illustration and Painting respectively at Camberwell School of Art will show paintings and some collaborative works.

From June we have a Secret Postcard exhibition, with some well known names, raising money for the pre-school.