Preserving and promoting the history of the Cape Coast in Hawke's Bay; and developing and supporting its arts, culture and creativity.
The Cape Coast, Hawke's Bay, has a unique and compelling story, but one which is largely hidden from view. The Trust aims to provide a conduit for this story, so that instead of a fragmented and inaccessible history that exists today, there is a cohesive historical resource.
This resource will act as a framework to engage current and future generations and enable them to be better connected to each other, the land, their story and community.
The Trust, by preserving this heritage for future generations, and educating the current generation, whether they be the local population, visitors or the general public about that heritage and developing and promoting arts, culture and creativity within the Cape Coast.
Funds received will be used to facilitate the ongoing work of the Trust:
To undertake and present Historical Research
(The Story of the Cape Coast)
To provide an accessible resource of research and photographs
Establish an Arts & Heritage Trail (Foundation Project)
Enhance, Highlight & Promote the Cape Coast and all its Natural, Historical and Cultural Assets
The creation of the Cape Coast Arts & Heritage Trust was inspired by community feedback and submissions during the Hastings District Council sponsored Community Plan process for Haumoana, Te Awanga, and Clifton back in 2013.
The Trust's Objective is to preserve and promote the history of the Cape Coast in Hawke's Bay for future generations; educating and engaging both the local population, visitors and the general public about that heritage and developing and promoting arts, culture and creativity within the Cape Coast.
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