The Poly

24 Church St, Falmouth : 01326 319461
The Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society

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Our Presidents

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Prof. Mike Jenks - President

An architect and former Head of the Oxford School of Architecture; also Professor Emeritus at Oxford Brookes University and the Founder Director of the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development. Falmouth has been his home since 2008, and he is currently Chair of the Falmouth Civic Society.

His involvement with the Poly spans six years, two of which were as a Trustee. Key issues in which he will make a positive contribution include the regeneration of the building and the future of the Society in Falmouth and its potential more widely in Cornwall.

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David Peters - Vice President

Trustee 1985 - 1998
Chairman 1988 - 1998
President 1998 - 2005
Hon. Vice President 2005

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Dr. Anthony Phillips - Vice President

Board Member
Chairman 2004 - 2008
President 2008 - 2011
Hon. Vice President 2011
Co-curator of the Tuke Collection (raised over £100,000)

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When a young African-American man (EE Rising Star Winner Daniel Kaluuya) visits his white girlfriend’s family estate,...

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Inspired By

"Inspired By" People,places,and artists in Cornwall Art using wooden belly boards as canvas. Opening night, Tuesday...

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Swaziland Fundraiser: Mamma Mia - SingAlong

This is a private event hosted by students of Truro College students who are raising money for their upcoming trip to...

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