Cry of Tin to Shake Rag Alley – ’twas Cornish Cousins!

– ONE of the wonderful things about being of Cornish birth or ancestry is that (almost everywhere) in this wide world the sun never sets on a Pasty!  … Or…

Helston hosted the 2011 Gorsedh

Gorsedh yn Hellys, 2011 – Helston hosted the Open Gorsedh ceremony and associated activities for 2011 on Saturday 3 September at the Penrose Amenity Area, Helston. The ceremony was conducted…

Cornish in sunny Queensland keep active

IN what passes for winter in sunny Queensland the Cornish have kept busy with a Pasty Picnic in New Farm Park, Brisbane, which was reported in their Newsletter, ‘Pythow Kernewek…

Kernewek: Partnership working hard for Cornish language

The Cornish Language Partnership (MagaKernow) will be holding its annual conference at Lostwithiel Community Centre on Saturday 1st October (10am – 4pm) This year’s conference will both report on MAGA…

Cornwall misses out on a broadcast TV station

Cornwall misses out on a broadcast TV station The Westminster government Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s local TV plan recently unveiled the  location of 65 potential local broadcast TV stations across…

Greater Milwaukee has them with or without Rutabaga

It seems that the pasty, and indeed Cornish food, is a common theme across Cornish societies and associations worldwide. The Cornish Society of Greater Milwaukee has an annual Pasty Luncheon….

Bendigo Cornish – down, but not out!

We like to focus on the good things around the Diaspora in this section of the e-magazine, but there are Cornish groups struggling to survive demographic change and a more…

40,000 more houses for Cornwall by 2030!

At the Cornwall Council Planning Policy Advisory Panel meeting on Thursday 4 August 2011, the councillors did not support the officers recommendation to set a housing target of 54,000 new…

[Celtic League] Historic Sites Update

Celtic League: Kernow Branch Historic Sites Campaign Update 7 August, 2011 Members from the Kernow Branch of the Celtic League joined forces with representatives from other organisations on Friday (5th…

Come to Cornwall!

‘Come to Cornwall’, By Tom Bowden – In 2008 I tried to get an article in the Readers Column of Golf Monthly magazine. There was a small prize but the…