Cornwall 24 .net is an e-magazine with news, features, and opinion column web site run by its community of volunteer contributors around the world (ie. there are Cornish who can read us 24 hours per day across the net – hence the name)
We aim to keep readers up to date with what’s going on in Cornwall, and in Cornish Diaspora communities around the world, and give access to interesting current or historic information related to Cornwall, the Cornish and the Diaspora.
The web site is run by private individuals, not by or under an organisation or company. There is NO connection to any other web site of similar name (including www.cornwall24.co.uk or it’s forum – although we link to the forum only as it is the only pro-Cornish forum at present)).
We allow all types of articles, news, opinion and views to be published as long as it recognises and respects the proper, historic, and unique identity of Cornwall and the Cornish (and does not include personal abuse, libel, sexist or sexual preference or racial / ethnic denigration). Our starting point is that the Cornish are not English and Cornwall is not England. Posts that do not respect that viewpoint will not be published or will be deleted if found to be against our rationale.
We also provide a service for groups and organisations associated with Cornwall or the around Cornish world to publish their press releases or latest information on the site. Commercial organisations will need to demonstrate their bona fide in supporting Cornish society, culture and identity.
Articles are contributed to the site by the team and members of the public. Anyone can contribute content, whether it’s writing a news story, a magazine feature, or an opinion piece, original work, or by proper curation or aggregation. We also have a Facebook page: ‘Cornwall 24 Net’ that you may wish to join: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cornwall-24-net-e-magazine/160568994013319
We’re always looking for new content, so if you would like to contribute, send the Editor an email, and if we agree – start writing. You can contact the Editor and send contributions, or if you want us to tell you more about the e-magazine also just get in touch: