St Ives Archive maintains links with sites that have some relevance to our activities. These links will take you away from St Ives Archive’s website and, whilst we do make efforts to ensure that links to these sites are functioning, we accept no responsibility for any failure to connect. Although we do check sites for their relevance, or not, to St Ives Archive and its work, we cannot be held responsible for content that may change or be considered unsuitable. Neither does a reciprocal link necessarily mean that St Ives Archive and its participants either agree with or condone anything that may be contained in these sites.
St Ives Museum contains many varied collections relating to the life and times of the town of St Ives and county. In addition, there is an audio-visual studio where films of local interest can be seen and photographs of local interest are on display and can be purchased.
Kresen Kernow provides a professional archive service for Cornwall. Their main purpose is to preserve Cornwall’s archives for the future and make them available for members of the public to access. Records relate to the people, places and organisations of Cornwall.
Founded in 1920 by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, the Leach Pottery, St Ives, is among the most respected and influential potteries in the world. Today, the Leach Pottery Studio, Museum and Gallery continue developing Bernard Leach’s historic legacy.
Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Rotary Club is one of the world’s largest and most successful global membership and humanitarian service organisations, with 1.2 million members in over 200 countries.
St Ives Town Council serves the people of Carbis Bay, Halsetown, Lelant and St Ives.
Forget your usual seaside holiday; relax in the glorious climate of Cornwall in your very own castle. From the huge range of activities on Tregenna Castle Resort to the beautiful beaches a stone’s throw from our front door, you will never run out of things to do.
Based at Morrab Library, Penzance, Penwith Local History Group research the fascinating history of West Penwith by working with original sources as much as possible.
A historic hotel offering comfortable accommodation and fresh, wholesome food in the heart of St Ives. The Western Hotel supports the Archive in several ways.
St Ives Community Land Trust (CLT) is a non-profit organisation set up to promote and ensure democratic local ownership of land and buildings for the benefit of the community.
The Borlase Smart Trust was set up to administer Porthmeor Studios, high quality, affordable studio space for artists working within the unique cultural context of Cornwall.
St Ives Arts Club promotes, develops and maintains public education and an appreciation of the arts in all their aspects by the presentation of public performance, concerts, recitals, workshops and exhibitions.