• Cornish Internet Invasion

    By on April 26, 2009
    Some recent Cornish developments on the Internet to report.  The first is a great new portal to some authentic Cornish culture. Just about everything is here under you finger tips to explore. Food, festivals, sport, institutions, language....I could go on. Well done to those involved!
  • Dead Cornish?

    By on April 5, 2009
    ‘Tales from Porth’ Cornish CD-Rom Wins Media Innovation Award Just one week after UNESCO declared Cornish extinct, Leap-design for change, the environmentally sound design house in St. Austell, has won the Media Innovation Award for best DVD/CD Design for a CD-Rom which introduces the Cornish language to children. ‘Tales from Porth’ was commissioned by Maga, The Cornish Language Partnership.
  • Delynyans Kernow, the wash-up

    By on March 2, 2009
    I can now draw breath and start to catch up, though for a time yet it's all going to be a bit breathless. Its wash-up for Delynyans Kernow which is now behind us but looming is urgent work on other projects set for June. [And this is not to mention the CERES restructuring in or around April].
  • Delynyans Kernow - a Cornish Perspective

    By on Jan. 23, 2009
    Over a year ago the CERES secretariat noticed that the European Commissions' Jean Monnet House was hosting a sequence of European-related art exhibitions. An off-the-cuff remark about a Cornish exhibition was met with surprising enthusiasm and so an organising team was created.
  • Awen and Cornish Cinema

    By on Dec. 14, 2008
    ......is one of the great aims of the social enterprise media production company based in West Cornwall called . If no one is going to do it for the Cornish, if no one is going to give our culture recognition then it's up to us to take what we need and organise ourselves. the cultivation of a sustainable independent media industry in Cornwall and to support the community in which we live and work.
  • The Cornish Prepare for Court

    By on Sept. 8, 2008
    Back in August 2007 Our Kingdom published the article -You can't write us out of existence- which described the strength of feeling for the Cornish identity coupled with the unusually pig headed attitude of government in giving us any form of recognition.
  • CERES visits Wales

    By on July 28, 2008
    During July two members of CERES - Fiona Constantine and myself - visited Wales to attend a reception marking the twentieth anniversary of ECTARC [the European Centre for Training and Regional Cultures] in Llangollen. The visit provided an opportunity to hold discussions with colleagues at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth, and this was taken.
  • Dynnargh dhe Radyo an Gernewegva!

    By on May 12, 2008
    Just a quick post to say you can now hear Cornish language and music at Radyo an Gernewegva. New podcast of music and discussion will be avaliable regularly. Don't be put off by the Cornish, it's a simple website and you'll soon get to know you're way around. Oll an gwella.
  • Gorseth Kernow – The Cornish Gorsedd

    By on April 14, 2008
    Gorsedd Kernow is an umbrella organisation with the stated aim of maintaining, and giving expression to, the national Spirit of Cornwall as a Celtic Country and in particular: To foster relations between Cornwall and other Celtic Countries To promote co-operation and goodwill between those who work for the honour of CornwallTo encourage the study and use of the Cornish languageTo encourage the
  • John Harris - Cornish Poet, Dolcoath Miner and Lay Preacher.

    By on Feb. 22, 2008
    John Harris - Cornish Poet, Dolcoath Miner and Lay Preacher. Compiled by Elisabeth Rickard. The Mining Scene Hast ever seen a mine? Hast ever been Down in its fabled grottoes, wali’d with gems, And canopied with torrid mineral-belts, That blaze within the fiery orifice?