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Talented Musicians to Perform Well-known Classical Works
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Eden Project - Free entry weekend for St Austell residents!
Olympic Torch Relay 2012 in Cornwall
The King’s Troop is coming!
Skate and Paint: Community Graffiti Event to be Held at Wooden Waves Skatepark
Newquay Skatepark Reopens
Meet the Pirates of Penzance
The Topless Tour
Take Part in a New Channel 4 Show
Race for Life
JOHN BISHOP'S BRITAIN IS BACK!
Cornwall Wins More Travel Awards
Walk Glendurgan for your local Marie Curie Nurses
Project in aid of Perranuthnoe Church
Real Growers Invites Visitors to Get a Taste for Growing
Major UK Mountain Bike Event to be held in Cornwall
Isles of Scilly named among the World’s Top Destinations to Visit
Land's End 4D Cinema Now Open
St Ives Scoops Award
Shelterbox Cycle Rides
The Murder Room
Free Singing Workshops in Cornwall
Two day Bike Trails Festival
Mineral Tramways Launch of New Trails
Falmouth Canoe Club Kayaking Beginners Course
Contestants for Cash in the Attic & Car Booty
Tywardreath Trotter 2010
Mawgan Church Daffodil Festival
St. Columb CARNIVAL
Bartenders Ball Newquay
Falmouth Bay Events Square Live
Pirates Treasure Trail
Special Family History Seminar
Delabole Wind Fair
Heyday at Bodmin Gaol
World Heritage Site Status Awarded
Conference held in Falmouth
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Breath of Fresh Air Walks Programme
Carrick Over 50s Forum
Computers for Oldies
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Penryn Happy Feet Walks. In and Around Penryn.
St Ives Bay Health Walk Programme
Stroll Back the Years - Walks in and around Bodmin
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Stroll Back the Years - Walks in and around Truro
Tamar Valley Walk and Talk
U3A Roseland and District
Walk and Talk: Saltash
Walks in and around Bude
Walks in and around Caradon
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Sewena Apposyansow/Exam Success
Cornish Language and Place Names
Keslowenhe a wren ni y’n mis ma pubonan re sewenis y’ga apposyansow yn Kernewek.
66 ombrofyer a sewenis yn apposyansow Kesva an Taves dres peswar gradh. Y’ga mysk, 20 ombrofyer a gavas an Kynsa Gradh, 17 anedha gans bri; 16 a wrug seweni y’n Nessa Gradh, 9 anedha gans bri; 22 a waynyas an Tressa Gradh, 10 anedha gans bri ha dres oll res yw dhyn keslowenhe an eth ombrofyer neb a gemeras an Peswora Gradh ha seweni, 6 anedha gans bri.
Ynwedh, 7 ombrofyer a gemeras apposyans ‘Breakthrough’ yn-dann Yethow Asset. Hemm yw apposyans
Bolingey Troyl Band orth An Orient Bolingey Troyl Band at Lorient
nowyth, ygor orth skolyow, koljiow hag orth ombrofyoryon devesik. Da yw genen mires yn rag orth moy ha moy a ombrofyoryon rag an apposyans ma ynwedh.
Pur dha yw an sewenyansow ma rag Kernewek y’n termyn a dheu – 73 kowser nowyth! Ni a dhannvon dhedha agan bolonjedhow a’n gwella rag aga studhyansow yn Kernewek ha gwaytya dh’aga gweles yn
hwarvosow ha kuntelesow Yeth an Werin a-dro Kernow y’n vledhen a dheu.
Congratulations are due this month to all those who have succeeded in passing their exams in Cornish.
A total of 66 people succeeded in the Kesva an Taves exams over 4 grades. Of these, 20 candidates obtained Grade One, of whom 17 passed with distinction; 16 passed Grade Two, 9 of them with distinction; 22 succeeded in Grade Three, 10 of them with distinc- tion and finally we congratulate the eight candidates who took their final Grade 4 exam and passed, 6 of them with distinction.
In addition 7 candidates became the first students ever to obtain the Breakthrough qualification under Asset languages. This is an accredited qualification open to schools and colleges and to adult stu- dents and we look forward to a grow- ing number of candidates for these examinations as well. These results bode well for the future of Cornish – 73 speakers! We wish them all well in their future studies in Cornish and hope to see them all at events and Yeth an Werin meetings around Cornwall in the coming year.
From the September/mis Gwyngala Newsletter of the Cornish Language Partnership Maga
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