Tag Archives: Kernowek

Kan rag Kernow 2016 coming up

Kan rag Kernow (Song for Cornwall) is the annual event to choose a song to represent Cornwall in the Celtavision contest at the upcoming Pan Celtic festival in Ireland. This…

Answers Sought Over the Future of Cornish Language Provision

The Celtic League were represented at a meeting of Cornish language groups this afternoon (Sunday 5th July) who came together to discuss changes to the structure of the way Cornwall…

Holyer an Gof 2015 Award winners announced

Gorsedh Kernow has announced the winners of the annual Holyer an Gof competition at a prestigious Awards ceremony held on Tuesday 14th July, 2015 at Waterstones of Truro. Established and…

Gorsedh Kernow announces new Grand Bard elect

The Council of Gorsedh Kernow is delighted to announce that the new Grand Bard elect is Merv Davey from Withiel. Merv, whose Bardic name in Cornish is Telynor an Weryn…

Anti Cornish Bigotry in Western Daily Press

Cowetha I refer to the following article written by Chris Rundle on 11th March, 2015. http://www.westerndailypress.co.uk/…/story-26150…/story.html 1. Rundle is vociferously anti Cornish. In the same newspaper, this so called South…

The Changing Room go to Derry

The battle to establish a Cornish representative at the International Pan Celtic Festival in Doire (Derry, Northern Ireland) for 2015 was won by Looe-based folk band: The Changing Room, which…

A Good Read with Gorsedh Kernow

Imagine being in a room with some of the best new books about Cornwall just waiting for you to pick them up and start reading. A reader’s dream, especially if…

Cornish Exist! Official! Who’d have thought it?

Raise the Baner Perran high Cornish people! A millennium after we were subsumed defacto into the English state and 15 years since efforts began to have us formally declared a…

Aggie Boys

Winners of the highly successful and well attended ‘Kan Rag Kernow’ – Song for Cornwall – and are now heading off to represent Kernow in the Pan Celtic Song Contest…

A few pence of yours for Kernewek

The UK Government has announced it will invest £120,000 in promoting and developing the Cornish language (Kernewek) over the next couple of years. This is of course less that 50p…