The Castle has won the “Contribution to the Environment and Circular Economy” Award at the Cornwall Heritage Awards Ceremony on Wednesday the 21st October 2020.
The award related to The Castle actively promoting environmental practices, spreading the word through public programmes with events such as Bude Earth Day and through conferences and talks.
The awards ceremony was due to have taken place on 26 March 2020, at the Royal Cornwall Showground Pavilion Centre, in what has been in recent years a fantastic event celebrating the achievements of the 70 plus museums in Cornwall.
This year due to the Coronavirus outbreak the event unfortunately had to be held online. Nevertheless, the event was a real success, Janine King, The Castle’s Heritage Officer attended the ceremony online and received the award.
This award will be added to the collection of awards The Castle has won over the years, showcasing the fantastic contribution The Castle and the team offers, firmly placing Bude on the map!
If you haven’t been in to visit The Castle recently all exhibitions are open and free of charge to the public, they will remain open throughout the coming winter months for all to enjoy. This half term there is an extra special Where’s Wally? event taking place for the whole family to participate in, free entry and prizes to be won!