Tag Archives: celtic

Benjad grabs the double for Kernow

Cornwall has this past week won the Pan-Celtic Song Contest at the International Pan-Celtic Festival in Ireland, for the 2nd year in a row. The song is called ‘Breten Vyhan’…

New Book: Celtic Cornwall – Nation, Tradition, Invention

By Alan M Kent, with photography by Jan Beare Celtic Cornwall: Nation, Tradition, Invention ISBN: 9780857040787 Alan M. Kent (born 1967, St Austell, Cornwall) is a Cornish poet, novelist, dramatist, author and…

Cornish are most ancient of britons

Indigenous Cornish and Welsh can claim to be the most ancient of Britons, according to scientists who are drawing up a new genetic map of the British Isles. They studied…

Cornish gather at Australian Celtic Festival 2012

The 20th Australian Celtic Festival may have honoured our cousins the Bretons, as well as Galicia and Asturia, as its 2012 theme  but the Cornish in Australia also gathered in…

Cornish shine at Pan-Celtic

by Anne Kennedy Truscott The 41st International Pan Celtic Festival, Carlow, Ireland Last week the town of Carlow in Ireland was festooned in Celtic flags, placards, banners and bunting to…

Cornish Celts exist, says Prof Peter Beresford Ellis

The Celtic Nations, 1961- 2011, a Sea Change? Some personal views, by Professor Peter Beresford Ellis Below is the text of the presentation about the Celtic League which was prepared…

[Celtic League] Media prejudice against Celts

In his monthly newspaper column for the West Briton newspaper in Cornwall, the General Secretary of the Celtic League, Rhisiart Tal-e-bot, writes on the topic of the prejudice that Welsh…

Sun, surf, and saffron?

– by Kevrenor – Sun – there was that in abundance! Surf – just nearby at your choice of ocean or bay-side location! Saffron – well, no saffron buns or…

[Celtic Council of Australia] Census 2011 – The Celts want to be counted!

It is Census Time in Australia, and the Celts want to be counted! That’s what the Celtic Council of Australia (CCA) is saying for an estimated six and a half…