Friends of King Edward Mine
Over the last 20 years, volunteers have steadily worked towards recreating the mine as it was at the turn of the 20th century when it became the Camborne School of Mines training mine.
There are volunteers working on site every Sunday 9:30 - 13:00.
We are encouraging bio-diversity on the 13 acres and are always keen to attract people who would like to get involved with conservation. Contact email@example.com for details.
The Friends of King Edward Mine support the work and objectives of KEM in co-operations with its management. These are our objectives;
- To raise funds to be used for the preservation. conservation and benefit of King Edward Mine.
- To encourage eduation, research and to raise awareness of the mining museum.
Membership is £15 per year.
To contact Friends of King Edward Mine, Please email the Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Management Committee of the Friends are:
Chairman: Stephen Polglase
Vice Chairman: Philip Hosken
Hon Treasurer: Nigel MacDonald
Hon Secretary: Sid Geake
Committee members: - John Beale , Loveday Jenkin, Carol Richards
Current members receive regular Newsletters.
As an example, download Newsletter 9, dated February 2010
Download Fact Sheet 1 about the Holman Laboratory-sized shaking table using the link below
"The Mechanical Methods of Dressing Tin Ore" by Leon Moissenet translated by Tony Clarke is available in the shop. Tony is a Friend.