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St Endellion, sleeping barn

The St Endellion Music Festivals take place at Easter and in the Summer every year in the Collegiate Church of St Endelienta, bringing together a wide range of exciting musicians from all over the world. St Endellion is near Port Isaac and about a mile from the glorious North Cornwall Coast.


The St Endellion, sleeping barn is part of a wider project which aims to 


- Convert The Stone Barn to provide sleeping accommodation for young musicians and youth groups.

- Convert The Old Dairy into the Richard Hickox Building, an adaptable space for rehearsals, workshops and a home for the Richard Hickox Archive of recordings and annotated scores.

- Transform The Church Hall to provide a stylish space for exhibitions, recitals and drama performances. Improved facilities will include a better kitchen, a universal access WC, a Parish Office and storage facilities as well as garden in which audiences can circulate.

- Create a Bursary Fund to enable young people, who may not be able to afford the cost, to participate in Endelienta’s programme of festivals, courses and retreats.


Client . St Endellion Festivals

Architects . Heighway Field Associates and Richard Frewer

© Richard Frewer





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