From Monday 23rd to Friday 27th January there will be a number of exhibitions in Truro
Cathedral prepared by Devon and Cornwall Police, faith and minority groups and Cornish schools.
2. Holocaust Memorial Day Trust online event – Thursday 26 January 2023, 7pm.
HMD is for everyone and, now more than ever, it is so important to come together to bear witness. The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust is here to make sure that everyone, regardless of age or background, remembers and honours those who suffered during the Holocaust, Nazi persecution of other groups and the genocides that followed.
You can register to watch the Online Commemoration here:
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust | HMD 2023 UK Online Commemoration
3. Falmouth and Exeter University Chaplaincy event – Friday 27 January, 10:30 a.m. – Peter Lahon Lecture Theatre
In keeping with this year’s theme of ‘ordinary people’, Professor Adam Feldman will share the story of his mother’s lucky escape from Vienna in 1938. KK members are welcome. Full details here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/holocaust-memorial-day-talk-by-professor-adam-feldman- tickets-506104300587. For more details, contact Gemma at .
4. Key HMD Event – 27 January, 13:00 – Truro Cathedral
Featuring a new video about Cynthia Holliinsworth’s family produced by Falmouth University;
speeches by Cornish luminaries, including the Lord Lieutenant; candle lighting by Kehillat Kernow, the Cornwall Faith Forum, Cornwall Council, Falmouth University and other groups; the chanting of El Malei Rachamim; plus the new Schools Holocaust Education Project and the Yellow Crocus Project. The theme, as above, will be ‘ordinary people’.