Every month the Cornish Language Partnership produces a newsletter with news of developments within the Cornish language as well as events, new publications and other Cornish related stories.


Below you can read the articles online or download the whole newsletter as a PDF. 

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To read the latest newsletter, click on the link below:

March/April 2015 newsletter

  • In March we welcomed the news that the government has agreed to allocate £150,000 to fund Cornish for another year.
    Link to article
  • From the talks on patron saints in the United States, to the annual St Piran’s Day festivities in Rome, this year’s Pirantide celebration saw an international celebration of Celtic identity.
    Link to article
  • It was with great sadness that we heard last week of the death of Dr. Laurence Rule.
    Link to article
  • Maga Conference
    Link to article
  • The 2015 Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek language weekend is running from Friday 17th April to Sunday 19th April.
    Link to article
  • Looe based band The Changing Room won Kan Rag Kernow on the 30th January, and will represent Cornwall at the international Pan Celtic festival in Ireland in April.
    Image of Kan rag Kernow winners The Changing Room.
    Link to article
  • Before the Annual General Meeting of Agan Tavas to be held on 14th February there will be presented for the first time the Pewas Perghyryn award.
    Image of Agan Tavas logo.
    Link to article
  • Another chance to join in a fun-packed weekend and improve your spoken Cornish at the same time!
    Image of Tregedna Lodge.
    Link to article
  • The Taves an Tir project is moving to Heamoor and our opening event is on Wednesday 21st January at the Sportsman's pub.
    Image of Taves an Tir open day.
    Link to article

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