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.


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October 2014 newsletter

  • October 27th and 28th sees the first Cornish Language research conference taking place in Cornwall College in Pool, Redruth.
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  • The third annual conference of the Institute of Cornish Studies is being held at Tremough House at the Penryn Campus on 24/25 October.
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  • Ok so you haven’t managed to get to a Tregedna week-end yet and you know from others that you are missing out on taking your Cornish to a new level. Don’t despair there is always TREGEDNA EST.
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  • Hundreds of blue robed bards marched to the west bank of the mighty Tamar at Thanckes park at Torpoint.  They gathered with druids from the sister nations of Wales and Brittany and an audience from all over Cornwall to celebrate the 2014 Gorsedh Kernow.
    Image of Gorsedh procession.
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  • Saturday the 13th September: More than seventy people came to Lys Kernow to celebrate the success of candidates success in the Cornish Language Board's examinations.
    Image of Kesva examinees 2014
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  • On Saturday 4th October Agan Tavas is a arranging a visit to Tolgus Tin near to Redruth, part of Cornwall Treasure Park.
    Agan Tavas Logo
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  • The Cornish language received another boost for the European Day of Languages.
    Image of the European Day of Languages logo.
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  • September 30th was International Translation Day and an excellent opportunity to thank all those who do such sterling work for Maga and for all the Cornish language organisations.
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  • "Cornish Wines From Cornish Vines". That is the strapline of Bosue Vineyard. An Kylgh organised a visit to find out more.
    Image of Paul Sibley from Bosue Vineyard.
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  • Kernow King was just one of the many speakers at this year’s Gorsedh Conference.  This was a one day Conference, open to all, held on Gorsedh Friday with the theme of “Brand Kernow”.
    Image of Tom Fidler at the Gorsedh Conference.
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  • Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek (The Cornish Language Fellowship) are pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Simmons from Penzance to lead their Cornish language heritage project Taves an Tir (the Tongue of the Land – see August Kevren for details).
    Image of Rob Simmons at BBC Radio Cornwall.
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  • There's a new Yeth an Werin starting in Launceston.  Here's a chance to chat in Cornish in the eastern part of Cornwall.
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  • This day was divided between Association of Cornish Language Teachers in the morning and a Cornish Language Board Teachers’ Day in the afternoon.
    Image of the Teach Cornish website.
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  • This year Camborne Music Festival has a class for “a song sung in Cornish” - #53 in the competition.
    Link to article
  • At the end of the Lorient festival this year, it was announced that Cornwall and the Isle of Man will be at the centre of the festival in 2015.
    Image of the Cornwall tent at Lorient
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