The Organisation for those who love Cornwall
'Kuntellewgh an brewyon eus gesys na vo kellys travyth'
(Gather up the fragments that are left that nothing be lost)
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2021: Recorders’ Meeting
2021: Summer Festival (Banner Bearers)
2021: Gorsedh Kernow (Banner Bearers)
2021: Last day for receipt of AGM Nominations
2021: AGM / Autumn General Meeting
2021: Winter Festival (Banner Bearers)
We wish you a warm welcome to the
Kernow Goth website
Kernow bys vyken
Kernow Goth Interest Groups
Here are the links to the new Kernow Goth Interest Groups
If you are interested in coordinating further Cornish topics as a “Kernow Goth Interest Group” or wishes to discuss the project further please contact [email protected]
MARCHING TO A DIFFERENT DRUM
A novel by Tony Mansell about the so-called English Civil War covering events in Cornwall and involving the Cornish Army. Please click here to read it, thank you Tony
St Ives Old Cornwall Society Celebrates first 100 Years! To read the report of a wonderful evening, please click here. Also St Ives are offering Free Entry to their Museum to Old Cornwall Socities, click here for information or email [email protected]
A project about the Cornish miners going to India, a little known piece of history which the Rowan Tree have worked on last year in a research project linking music from the two areas. Funding from our affiliate organisation Cornwall Heritage Trust. For details please click here
For details of your local Society, their programme and contacts, please click the link to their individual page, see below
The Celtic Spirit of Cornwall “Be proud to be Cornish”, says the Grand Bard of Cornwall.Click here to read the press release from Gorsedh Kernow for Pirantide
Click here to read the Grand Bard's speech
CORNISH STORY is an initiative created with the vision to promote a greater knowledge of Cornwall and the Cornish Diaspora overseas.Unique, exclusive stories and films are combined with articles relating to all aspects of Cornish culture in the past and present.
To read about some of Cornwall's Smaller Villages, please click here
Cornish Building Group: Building at Risk Reporting Form, please click here for form to use to report a building you have concerns about.
Tywardreath Priory Timeline: Many members will have enjoyed Roger Smith's Tywardreath Priory talk; click here to see the results of his research so far.Roger is happy to receive comments and further information by email to [email protected]
A Treat for everyone missing their Cornish shouts - click here to listen to the St Piran's Day Shout recorded at The Countryman at Piece on 6 March 2016.
April Update from our President, Karin Easton, please click here
Gorsedh Kernow Press Release, 19 May 2020, please click here
Tyskennow Kernow is a new platform for films and programmes made in and about Cornwall and the Cornish language. Please click here for 105 videos for your enjoyment, enlightenment and inspiration.
Peter Pool was author of several books on the history of Cornwall and its language;
Andrew Pool has set up a website in his memory where you can dowload a .pdf version of much of his work https://peterpool.co.uk/
To read Bert Biscoe's Review of the website, please clck here
Lowender Peran News May 2020 - please click here
May Update from our President, Karin Easton - please click here
PRESS RELEASE – A Flora of Cornwall soon to be published
For details of this fantastic new publication, please click here
“Fish, Tin and Light: A Chronicle of St Ives”, Click here to watch this
Early June Message From President Karin Easton, please click here
Bodmin Riding and Heritage Festival bring to you this specially created performance by some of Cornwalls well loved folk musicians. Daniel Woodfield, Cas Davey and Richard Trethewey have come together for the first time to play a range of both traditional and contemporary Cornish folk with their own unique and sometimes jazzy twist. Expect driving rhythms, soulful singing, beautiful melodies and awkward silences because of the lack of live audience. To listen, please click here
Gorsedh Kernow Press Release 29 July 2020 - Holyer an Gof Winners, please click here
July Message From President Karin Easton, please click here
A Eulogy for Craig Weatherhill, who has sadly died after a lengthy illness, aged 68. Please click here
This is the culmination of a huge Cornish project with the launch of our new website. It covers, or will cover, all aspects of music related to Cornwall. Please take a look and, who knows, you may get hooked and feel that you would like to include an article. I hope that you enjoy browsing its many pages.
Autumn President's Message, please click here
You have reached our old Website!
Please visit https://kernowgoth.org/ for updated information and details of all local societies including forthcoming events. You will also find our new shop where you will be able to order from our wide range of publications