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The Day-light Group is a registered Community Interest Company. Registered Company Number: 11218516 Registered Address: 6 Church Street, St Day, Cornwall, TR16 5JY .

Website© 2014 by Jasmine Cole | Photographs©  Dan Murphy - Clare Summerson - Ella Cooke - Chris Wasey - Babalu Films - Michael Todd

 

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We are delighted to announce our latest project 'DiaspAURA' - a site-specific celebration of creativity, community and heritage.

To accompany the restoration of St Day's

Old Church, we will be holding an exciting programme of free creative activities and events.

 

The celebrations begin in February 2020 with a three day Festival of Light at the Old Church.

 

Keep an eye on our website and social media for updates and opportunities to get involved!

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The Day-Light Group 

 

The Day-Light Group was founded by Clare Summerson and Kim Pilgrim in 2010 and we are now a well established open membership community arts group. Well known in St Day and the surrounding area for lantern processions, projected animations and celebratory events. 

 

The Day-Light Group empowers rural communities to bring their heritage to life, using installations, illuminations, and celebrations. Our vibrant, unique and innovative events build on local talents and traditions, and introduce new digital and creative skills to those involved. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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April 9, 2018

We are delighted to announce that, unless the weather is adverse on Saturday 14th April, the event rescheduled from January will take place. 

The weather has been particularly unkind this year and the Gwennap Pit venue has been badly hit.

The building has suffered with f...

April 9, 2018

 If  you would like to book a place please email claresummerson@btinternet.com or thedaylightgroup@gmail.com. Lets us know if you have any dietary requirements.

March 29, 2018

Our second impressive light installation was created for Gwennap Pit. A former sunken earthwork, Gwennap Pit is believed to have been created by the mining industry. It was later sculpted into an amphitheatre and used by John Wesley as a preaching arena.
Artist and Sig...

March 29, 2018

Thank you to everyone who took part in creating this gorgeous projected animated installation sited on St. Day and Carharrack Community School playing field. It was inspired by Guatemalan Kites.
We planned to accompany it with illuminated kites made by the children of...

March 27, 2018

We have one event left, the postponed Gwennap evening, coming up on April 14th. In the mean time have a look at this fantastic video from Carn Marth created by Michael Todd and Chris Wasey Babalu Films we think this film captures the spirit of the night beautifully.

March 26, 2018

We can now announce the winner of the Animation Competition! Congratulations to Marion Nyffenegger for her film ‘The Spirit of The Sea” And a special mention to Holly Summerson who came second and Frank & Tom Buckwell who came third! 

March 26, 2018

A massive thank you to everyone who came out on a rather rainy Saturday for our Grand Finale in St Day! We had a fantastic time and the work all looked amazing! Thanks so much to the artists, tech crew, our wonderful volenteers and of course Clare and Kate for making i...

March 22, 2018

We are delighted to announce that The Hornets Street Band will also be joining us this Sat! We cant wait! 

March 22, 2018

We have a great range of food and drink vendors coming along on Saturday! Achar Street Food, Bangers on the Go, Choccy Churros and Woodville Coffee! And of course theres St Day's local pubs St Day Inn and The Star Inn Vogue too!...

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