The schools and community side of City of Lights is managed by Kernow Education Arts Partnership www.keap.org.uk. In 2016 over 900 children and members of the community from around Truro took part in the procession!
Each school or group works with one of the City of Lights artists to make small lanterns on the year's theme and is then part of the massive procession through Truro. It is a real tradition with the Truro schools and children can't wait til it's their turn!
Schools and groups involved in the 2017 parade are:
Truro College, Cornwall College, Blackwater Primary School, Devoran School, Kennall Vale, Probus Community Primary School, St Erme with Trispen School, Archbishop Benson, Bosvigo School, Polwhele House, Shortlanesend CP School, St. Mary's C Of E School, Truro, Threemilestone, Tregolls School; An Academy, Truro High Prep School, Truro Learning Academy, Penair Sschool, Richard Lander , Truro School, Truro Prep, Children & Families Fighting Cancer, Penn An Dre, Treffry Resdients' Association, RCHT-Acorn Academy, WILD, Young People Cornwall, Boot Up! and Truro Community.
Schools and groups involved in the 2016 parade were:
Mount Hawke Academy, Goonhavern Primary School, Tregony CP School, Cury C of E School, Cusgarne Community School, Archbishop Benson, Bosvigo School, Penair School, Polwhele House, Richard Lander, Shortlanesend CP School, St. Mary's C of E School, Truro, Threemilestone, Tregolls School; An Academy, Truro High Prep School, Truro Learning Academy, Truro School, Kea Primary School
Community Lantern Workshops - be part of Truro’s City of Lights procession!
To be confirmed. If you are interested in taking part in or hosting a community workshop, please email Helen Reynolds.