Bledhen Nowyth Da! meaning Happy New Year in the Cornish language.
0 – mann 1 – onan 2 – dew 3 – tri 4 – peswar 5 – pymp 6 – hwegh 7 – seyth 8 – eth 9 – naw 10 – deg 11 – unnek 12 – dewdhek. A Cornish lesson from Kernow Pods Add a bit of Cornish to you day
Monday – dy’ Lun; Tuesday – dy’ Meurth; Wednesday – dy’ Merher; Thursday – dy’ Yow; Friday – dy’ Gwener; Saturday – dy’ Sadorn; Sunday – dy’ Sul A Cornish lesson from Kernow Pods Add a bit of Cornish to you day
PENSEYTHEN GERNEWEK – CORNISH LANGUAGE WEEKEND Friday 5th to Sunday 7th/Monday 8th February 2010 The Western Hotel, Gabriel Street, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 2ND Agan Tavas will be hosting a small scale Cornish Language weekend for anyone interested in speaking the Cornish Language Kernewek. The weekend will cater for complete beginners and more experienced speakers […]
Driving back across the Tamar Bridge… The Tamar bridge marks the Cornish border with England. A toll operates on the English side. ‘The borders of Cornwall have been set for a 1,000 years, since a treaty in 936AD between King Athelstan of Wessex and King Hywel of Cornwall. Cornwall has its own language, culture and traditions. In March […]
Mick Paynter takes up his position as the new Grand Bard of Kernow
Watch slideshow of Gorseth Kernow here
UNIQUE GATHERING OF PROMINENT CORNISH ORGANISATIONS A meeting of Cornish organisations took place at the end of March, to explore how they might work together to win a better deal for Cornwall. Organisations represented at the meeting included Mebyon Kernow, , Cornish Heritage Company Limited, Celtic Congress and Celtic League.