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Limited Cornish Language Funding from UK Government for 2011-2014

Government funding to MAGA has been renewed for the next three years.  The decision was announced by the DCLG Minister, Andrew Stunnell MP, this week and was welcomed by Partnership…

Kernewek Lowender: World’s largest Cornish festival underway for 20th time

With Padstow’s ‘Obby ‘Os and Helston Flora Day now out of the way, Cornish eyes now go down to the Yorke Peninsular in South Australia whwre the Kernewek Lowender (the…

[Bewnans Kernow] Cultural cooperation latest news and background

Bewnans Kernow  (the Partnership of Cornish Cultural Organisations) is set for a big 2011, having completed the all important nine month review with Cornwall Council on 20 October 2010. Bewnans…

[Bewnans Kernow] 2011 BK Conference for cultural organisations

Bewnans Kernow 2011 Conference Theme: ‘Cornish Identity – Good for business’ Welcome & introduction: Presenters: Cllr Pat Harvey, Chair, Cornwall Council – Cllr Alec Robertson. Leader, Cornwall Council – Mick…

Memories: Charles Causley CBE

Tom Bowden reflects on meeting Cornish poet Charles Causley CBE, and one of his fans, actor and TV presenter Leslie Crowther

16th International Gathering of Cornish Cousins in North America

The next Gathering of Cornish Cousins in North Americawill take place from 10th—14th August 2011 in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA

[http://www.brendawootton.com/] Brenda is back! New CD “All of Me!”

New BRENDA WOOTTON Album – ‘All Of Me’ – CD NOW AVAILABLE! The discovery of the master tapes of this concert, recorded in 1984, has provided the material for the…

[Celtic League: Kernow] Bardh Mur says ‘Na wrewgh tava agan ordir’ (Hands off our border)

NEWS RELEASE FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE CORNISH CONCERNS OVER BOUNDARY CHANGES “Na wrewgh tava agan ordir” (Hands off our border) was the unusually political message from the Grand Bard, Mick…

Kernewek Lowender – the World’s Largest Cornish Festival

38 years of exploring the Cornish heritage on the North Yorke Peninsular in Australia will next be celebrated at the 20th Kernewek Lowender in May 2011

Cornish meet with Celtic cousins on Australia’s east coast

The annual festival in Port Stevens took place this September