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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September 2015 newsletter

  • As we reported in the last issue of Kevren, as part of the re-structure around the support infrastructure for the Cornish language, there will be a twice-yearly Language Forum established.
    Link to article
  • The second research conference for Cornish will take place on 24th/25th September at the Penryn Campus, Tremough with thanks to the Institute of Cornish Studies for organising it.
    Image of the Skians 2015 logo
    Link to article
  • Every three years it is necessary for members of Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek to elect new members of the Cornish Language Board. The next election will be in the coming year.
    Image of the Kesva logo
    Link to article
  • Cornwall Film Festival (CFF) have licenced the Tyskennow Kernow programme from Western Light Pictures.
    Image of the Tyskennow Kernow 1 DVD cover.
    Link to article
  • We would like to congratulate all those who were initiated as language bards this month or who were the recipients of prizes or awards for their work in or for Cornish.
    Image of new Grand Bard Merv Davey.
    Link to article
  • Redruth Town Mayor opens new shop for all things Cornish.
    Image of the ribbon cutting ceremony.
    Link to article
  • With classes across Cornwall about to reopen this September, there couldn’t be a better time to start learning Cornish.
    Image of the join a class speech bubble
    Link to article
  • Benjamin Zephaniah calls for Welsh and Cornish to be taught in schools in England.
    Link to article
  • Did you #speakcornish between the 4th and 13th July? All week there were events happening across Cornwall and many opportunities to speak Cornish online and in the real world.
    Image of The Cornish Store window display.
    Link to article

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