A special trail has been created in a Cornish churchyard to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade.
It ends at the grave of the former slave and noted musician Joseph Emidy at Kenwyn in Truro.
Money raised from those taking part in the trail will go towards renovating Mr Emidy's headstone.
Any cash remaining after the headstone is restored will go to the Emidy Trust, which helps musicians in West Africa.
Born in West Africa in about 1775 Emidy was enslaved as a child by Portuguese traders, taken to Brazil and subsequently Portugal where he became a virtuoso violinist in the Lisbon Opera.
He arrived in Falmouth in 1799 and eventually became leader of the Truro Philharmonic Orchestra. He died in Truro in 1835.