News

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

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July 2014 newsletter

  • Last year in July, MAGA launched learncornishnow.com which has attracted over 40,000 visitors in its very first year of operation!
    Image of the Speak Cornish Week poster
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  • Cornwall College, the Institute of Cornish Studies and MAGA have joined together to set up a new research network for Cornish.
    Image of the Cornish research network poster
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  • Golden Tree Productions have produced a new play that includes parts entirely in Cornish. Gogmagog is their contemporary reworking of the ancient Cornish creation myth, which reveals a timeless story of conflict, survivors and asylum-seeking.
    Image of the GogMagog banner.
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  • The Bishop’s Group for Services in Cornish and Truro Cathedral are beginning a new and exciting venture in the coming months.
    Image of Truro Cathedral
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  • As part of the ongoing updating of the MAGA website, we have improved the film section of our media area.
    Screencap from the Cornish film 'Skynt'.
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  • Here is a press release from Gorsedh Kernow telling us about their upcoming event.
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  • For the last couple of years MAGA has run a successful conversation weekend at Tregedna.
    Image of YHA Boswinger
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  • There are better opportunities to listen to Cornish on the radio these days.
    Link to article
  • Designed and illustrated by Simon Riorden of SR Studios, the Cornwall Uncovered Map was officially launched at Trelissick House on Wednesday, 9 April.
    Image of Cornwall Uncovered map launch.
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  • AberFest started out as a simple act of remembrance when friends of Ronnie Williams came from Brittany to Falmouth at Easter shortly after Ron died.
    Image of AberFest attendees. ©AberFest
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  • The Maga website is changing!
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  • The third annual conference of the Institute of Cornish Studies will take place on the 24th and 25th October at Tremough, Penryn and will focus on the theme of Cornwall’s global connections.
    Cover image of The Cornish World conference
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  • The Aggie Boys Choir came second in the Pan Celtic
    International Song Contest, recently held in Derry,
    Ireland.
    Image of Aggie Boys Choir.
    Link to article
  • News of the acceptance of the Cornish under the Framework Convention for National Minorities resulted in a very busy MAGA office at the end of April, with enquiries and website hits increasing considerably.
    Image of St Piran flag
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  • The Celtic Media Festival was held at St Ives this year – the fourth festival to be held in Cornwall and the second in St Ives!
    Image of the Celtic Media Festival logo
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  • More than 100 people went to the Cornish Language Weekend in Newquay.
    Image of the Pennseythun Gernewek 2014 entertainment.
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  • Matt Blewett represented Maga at the Royal Geological Society’s 200th anniversary celebrations at Truro College on Saturday 12th April.
    Link to article
  • Redruth Cornish Language Group which meets at the Melting Pot Café, Krowji, the former Redruth Grammar School has been adding to its extensive collection of books written in the Cornish language and is now pleased to allow the public access to the library whilst they visit the café.
    Image of Cornish language books.
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