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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December 2014 / January 2015 newsletter

  • By the time you read this, all entries of songs in Cornish for Kan Rag Kernow will have been submitted and Cornwall’s Pan Celtic committee will be choosing finalists who will compete on the 30th January.
    Image of Pan Celtic banner
    Link to article
  • There was a good number of people at Lys Kernow for this, the tenth Teachers' Day. They came from every part of Cornwall (and London).
    Image of Kesva logo.
    Link to article
  • The Taves an Tir project continues to progress well. Building upon the training and community events in Lanivet we are now well established.
    Image of Taves an Tir open day.
    Link to article
  • A new university level course will be running from February 2015 that aims to encourage and support practitioners working with young children to help them to introduce the Cornish language into their settings.
    Link to article
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  • We have decided to extend the response deadline for the MAGA User Survey until Wednesday 31st December 2014.
    Link to article
  • It’s Tregedna time again! When? 20th - 22nd February 2015.
    Image of Tregedna Lodge.
    Link to article
  • During a recent visit to Cornwall, the Minister with responsibility for Cornish, the Rt Hon. Stephen Williams, MP, spent a morning hearing about the progress on the development of Cornish and the work of the Partnership organisations.
    Image of Stephen Williams with delegates from CC & MAGA.
    Link to article
  • The Inaugural Cornish Language Network Conference was held at Cornwall College on October 27th and 28th and attracted participants from Cornwall to as far afield as Italy.
    Image of attendees at Skians (CLRN) conference.
    Link to article
  • What is Boswinger? Well it isn’t a place for a wife/husband swapping party (bos + swinger)! Boswinger is the place where the latest Cornish intensive course was held – five teachers and twelve students for three days with not a word of English!
    Image of Boswinger attendees
    Link to article

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