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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April 2014 newsletter

  • On Thursday, 20th March, the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced that the government would be investing £120,000 in Maga, the Cornish Language Partnership to promote and develop the Cornish language. 
    Image of Nick Clegg
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  • The SWF Review Board has produced their final report and the Partnership has approved the recommendations.
    Link to article
  • Delegates at the Maga conference listened keenly to how in Scotland, language is central to cultural events.
    Image of Brian O hEadhra
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  • On the 8th March, Mike delivered a paper at a symposium entitled Haunted Landscapes.
    Cover image of Haunted Landscapes
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  • Pirantide is a time of major celebrations; with parades and dancing all over the duchy.
    Image of Pirantide procession in Redruth.
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  • Pirantide saw MAGA heading east, to Saltash and to Bishop Cornish School.
    Image of bilingual sign at Bishop Cornish school
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  • There'll be a new An Kylgh Kernewek beginners' class in Redruth in September.
    Link to article
  • The Cornish Language competitions in the Cornwall Music Festival were well supported this year.
    Cornwall Music Festival logo
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  • The Network to Promote Linguistic Diversity’s website holds a comprehensive list of events and conferences. For example the first Celtic Language Technology Workshop will take place in August and they have issued a call for papers on the Dublin City University website.
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  • The 6th April is the International Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
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  • If you've always liked the idea of writing, painting or photography then why not put that thought into practice today and take part in the Gorsedh Kernow competitions?
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  • Listeners to Radio Cornwall will notice a new voice presenting its weekly news programme in Cornish, ‘An Nowodhow’.
    Elizabeth Stewart at BBC Radio Cornwall
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  • Writing Squad Kernow is a writers workshop for young people run by KEAP (Kernow Education Arts Partnership) and is designed to inspire and nurture young writers in Cornwall aged from13-19.
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  • The MAGA signage panel has been hard at work and their 1000th translation was installed on the 29th January at Marine Drive, Looe.
    Workman installing sign in Looe, Cornwall.
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  • The Celtic Media Festival is returning to Cornwall this year for the first time in eight years. 
    Image of the Celtic Media Festival logo
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  • Would you be interested in presenting a Cornish language radio show?
    Link to article
  • Kresen Kernow Community Consultation
    Kresen Kernow, Redruth
    Link to article

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