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Window into Whitegold

We are excited to announce a new virtual festival, hosted entirely digitally through our website and social channels, on Saturday 19th September


The best of the best

Professor Neil Brownsword is the winner of Whitegold’s International Prize, Quartz Award.


In the heart of clay country lies Brickfield

Brickfield is an experimental brickworks part of a new arts programme about the St Austell area.


Lining the streets with colour

A riot of colour made of wildflower meadows lined the road verges of the A391 this summer, the first of its kind…

Digital Digging

Digital Digging

Dive into the plethora of activities and community initiatives beneath the Project’s umbrella on Saturday 19th September.


Cornish Honey Bee

St Austell’s new Cornish Dark Honeybee tile mural made up of over 11,000 handmade ceramic tiles


Feldspar award winner

Tana West is the winner of Whitegold’s International Prize, Feldspar Award.


The Garden Route

A collective of landscapes welcoming locals and visitors into the town with new horticulture installations.


Meet the locals: Darren Hawkes

Multi gold medal winner from RHS Chelsea, Darren is the curator of the Green Programme for the Austell Project.


Town Greening

Green sites across the town to bring more colour, enjoyment and access to nature for the local community.


Eden Project Learning

Offering a specialist portfolio of higher education courses, ranging from Plant Science to Sustainable Festival Management.


The Pump Track

A place for kids of all ages with wheels of all sizes who love urban sports.


Social Prescribing

A new way of linking primary care patients to sources of appropriate, non-clinical support in the community.


Whitegold International Ceramics Prize

The Whitegold International Ceramic Prize is a celebration of clay in relationship with people, culture and place.


Edible St Austell

The Green team are working with Edible St Austell on developing sites across the town to grow fruit for the local community.


Susan Elliott

A mosaic artist working creating post-pop imagery from recycled material, a series of images will be located across the town.


Par athletics track

A community green space in Par to kick a ball about, run free, ride hard and run by the community.


Creative ceramic signs

Seeing ceramics on historic shopfronts is one of the joys of walking down a high street.


StARR Project

The St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration (StARR) is a flood alleviation and regeneration scheme led by Cornwall County Council.