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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Cornwall being 'invaded' by housing
The speed and scale of house-building in Cornwall is being branded "an invasion" by rural activists.

Crowds line cliffs for ship parade
More than 40 tall ships take part in a "Parade of Sail" around Falmouth Bay ahead of a race to London.

Anglers demand more bass protection
Sea anglers in Cornwall call for urgent action to preserve fish stocks, particularly bass.

University feud raised with minister
A bitter feud which has rocked a South West university boardroom will be raised with the government, an MP confirms.

Storms 'cause' large fish shoals
Winter storms could be the reason for large shoals of mackerel feeding close to the South West's shores, an expert says.

The impact of not catching a killer
The impact of not catching the killers

Bike ride boy raises thousands
Bike ride boy raises thousands for charity

St Just complete quadruple triumph
St Just Cricket Club lift their fourth trophy of the summer after clinching the Cornwall Premier League title.

Glover and Stanning relieved to win
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning describe winning their first World Championship gold medal together as a "relief".

GB secure double gold at Worlds
Great Britain win two golds and two silvers in Amsterdam, including a world record for Helen Glover and Heather Stanning.

Tully backs Cooke to get 20 goals
Truro City manager Steve Tully says striker Cody Cooke is capable of getting 20 goals this season.

Cornish Pirates sign lock Davey
Championship side Cornish Pirates sign 22-year-old London Irish academy lock Charlie Davey.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Ashya parents in extradition hearing
The parents of a five-year-old boy who was taken from hospital against medical advice arrive at Spain's High Court for an extradition hearing.

Cameron to set out anti-terror plans
Negotiations between Conservatives and Lib Dems are continuing ahead of the unveiling of a new plan to tackle the threat of Islamist extremists.

Pupils begin 'tough' new curriculum
Teaching of a "tough" new national curriculum begins in England as children return to school this week.

Man Utd agree to sign Falcao on loan
Manchester United agree to sign Colombia international striker Radamel Falcao on loan from Ligue 1 side Monaco.

Airport expansion 'critical' for UK
A single, larger hub airport where passengers can transfer to a range of destinations - is "critical" to the UK's long-term economic growth, says the CBI.

High-powered hairdryers under threat
High-powered hairdryers are on a list of household electrical items the EU is considering banning in an attempt to curb energy consumption.

Firework blast killed technicians
A man and a woman killed in an explosion in Cumbria on Saturday were fireworks technicians preparing a wedding party display, the fire brigade says.

Shot TV host was to face grand jury
A British talk show host who was shot dead in the United States was due to appear before a grand jury on the day he was killed, it is revealed.

130 child migrants sent to Australia
One hundred and thirty children from Northern Ireland, some as young as five, were sent to Australia as child migrants between 1922 and 1995, an inquiry hears.

MP to stand down at next election
Conservative MP Sir Tony Baldry announces he will stand down at the next general election after 30 years representing North Oxfordshire.

Deadline looms for vote registration
Both independence referendum campaigns have urged people to register to vote if they have not already done so.

Greenhouse gas fear over meat eating
New research estimates greenhouse gases from food production will go up 80% if meat and dairy consumption continues to rise at its current rate.

Ride to commemorate WW1 cavalry role
The War Horse Ride - commemorating the part played by British and French cavalry during World War One - is due to end in the French town of Nery.

Charities urged to open own schools
Charities campaigning against child poverty should be encouraged to set up their own free schools, says a think tank report.

World Service boss Horrocks to leave
The director of the BBC World Service, Peter Horrocks, is to leave the corporation in the New Year, it is announced.

Tube bomb threat a 'hoax' say police
"Keep calm and carry on," is the advice from police, who say not to pay attention to rumours on social media of a specific London threat.

BBC begins push to help kids code
The BBC unveils plans to support England's computer coding curriculum with a new section of its Bitesize learning site and tech-themed TV shows.

Fireworks mark end of festival
The Edinburgh International Festival came to an end on Sunday night with the famous fireworks concert.

McGuinness urges dissident ceasefire
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness urges dissident republicans, on the IRA ceasefire 20th anniversary, to "take that same step into politics and away from conflict".

Security alert closes Westlink
Part of the Westlink in Belfast is closed in both directions due to a security alert, the police say.

Nato 'massive opportunity' for Wales
The Nato summit in Newport is a "massive opportunity" for Wales', says the director of the Celtic Manor resort as armed police take to the streets of Cardiff.

Search continues for missing Isaac
Police and coastguard staff are spending a fourth day searching for missing Isaac Nash who was swept into the sea of Anglesey.

Food and drink jobs boost forecast
Nearly 10,000 jobs could be created in Scotland's food and drink sector over the next five years, according to a new report.

Skin cancer and survival rates rise
Skin cancer cases have increased two-and-a-half fold over the past 30 years but survival rates have also risen, according to researchers in Glasgow.

Girl's killer 'may never be caught'
A killer who stabbed a teenager to death in 1997 may escape justice after evidence was contaminated during forensic work, the BBC can reveal.

Cornwall being 'invaded' by housing
The speed and scale of house-building in Cornwall is being branded "an invasion" by rural activists.

Gallacher 'should be Ryder Cup pick'
Former European captain Bernard Gallacher says his nephew Stephen should be named as a Ryder Cup wild card in this month's event.

Richards set to sign for Fiorentina
Manchester City defender Micah Richards - their longest serving player - arrives in Italy to finalise a move to Fiorentina.

Real Sociedad 4-2 Real Madrid
Real Sociedad come back from two goals down to seal a famous victory over European champions Real Madrid.

How Britain and Poland came to be intertwined
The story of how the Polish became one of the UK's biggest ethnic minorities is one of war, exile and economic opportunity.

Why Orwell was a literary mediocrity
George Orwell was a literary mediocrity and his views on the importance of plain writing are plain wrong, argues writer Will Self.

Why I stopped wearing the headscarf
A woman's headscarf is a garment which is heavy in symbolism in Islamic countries but recently I decided to take mine off. I am still Muslim - just not so visibly.

Umunna: Brown's denials hurt Labour
Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna says Gordon Brown's refusal to use the word "cuts" in 2010 is still hurting Labour.

Conservative MP Kelly to stand down
Conservative MP for Dudley South Chris Kelly announces he will stand down at the 2015 general election after one term.

Baldry to end 32 year Commons career
Conservative MP Sir Tony Baldry is to leave Parliament at the next election after more than three decades in the Commons.

VIDEO: House of Commons
MPs approve the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill at second reading.

VIDEO: Greenhouse gas fear over meat production
Global consumption of meat needs to fall to ensure future demand for food can be met and to help protect the environment, a study says.

VIDEO: Lewis takes over as boss of Tesco
Dave Lewis is taking over as chief executive of Tesco a month earlier than planned. Retail analyst Steve Dresser considers what he needs to do for the company.

VIDEO: Plan to tackle returning UK Islamists
The government is due to unveil a new plan to tackle the threat posed by the potential return to the UK of British Islamists who are currently fighting in Iraq or Syria.

VIDEO: Pupils begin 'tough' new curriculum
Five-year-olds will be learning fractions and computer coding as part of a new national curriculum introduced in schools in England this week.

VIDEO: Urgent calls to tackle childhood obesity
Children condemned to 'lifetime of ill-health', warn doctors leaders, as calls are made for a government taskforce.

VIDEO: Pickleball: A sport for all ages
Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines badminton, tennis and table tennis.

VIDEO: Tenants living with mice and cockroaches
Housing experts are calling for more effective regulation to tackle unscrupulous landlords across England.

VIDEO: Police admit Rotherham abuse failings
The chief constable of South Yorkshire Police has acknowledged that his force was heavily criticised in a report published this week.

The girl with three biological parents
The girl with three biological parents

Under Milk Wood recording revisited
Behind the sound effects of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood

A computing revolution in schools
How schoolchildren are set to embrace coding

The stories behind five deadline-day panic buys
Stories behind five football panic buys

Northern Ireland then and now
How Northern Ireland has changed in 20 years since IRA ceasefire

What is proton beam therapy?
What is proton beam therapy and why is it so sought after?

Profile: Rona Fairhead
The woman expected to lead the BBC's governing body

Eurosceptic revolt, and gas "rip-off" - the papers
Tory eurosceptic revolt, and the gas "rip-off"

 


Cornish Language Groups Around Cornwall

Cornish Language and Place Names


FIND A CORNISH LANGUAGE COURSE IN YOUR AREA

East Cornwall

Bodmin Mondays, 19.00-21.00, The Garland Ox, suitable for beginners to advanced students, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Bude Fridays, 19.30-21.30, Royal British Legion, suitable for all levels, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Callington Wednesdays, 19.15-21.15, Guild Room, Callington Methodist Church, suitable for beginners through to advanced students, contact Maureen Pierce on 01579 382511 or mpiercekernow@btinternet.com

Camelford Thursdays or Fridays TBC, 19.00-21.00, above Keskewsel shop, suitable for beginners, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Launceston Thursdays, 19.30-21.30, Central Methodist Church, suitable for beginners to intermediate students, contact Tim Hambly on 01566 773716 or tchambly@btinternet.com

Polperro Tuesdays, 10.30-12.30, private house, suitable for intermediate students, contact Ken George on 01503 250658 or ken.george@hotmail.co.uk

Saltash Tuesdays, 19.00-21.00, Saltash College, suitable for beginners through to advanced students, contact Maureen Pierce on 01579 382511 or mpiercekernow@btinternet.com

Wadebridge Tuesdays, 19.00-21.00, Halfway House Inn, St Jidgey, suitable for beginners, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com


Mid Cornwall

Falmouth Tuesdays 19.00-20.00, tutor's house, suitable for ntermediate students, contact Polin Prys on 01326 313496 or email rosmodres@hotmail.com

Lostwithiel Mondays, 19.00-21.00, Lostwithiel Community Centre, suitable for beginners and intermediate students, contact Jan Edmondson on 01503 220445 or anjanva@phonecoop.coop

Newquay Wednesdays, 19.00-21.00, Bishops' C of E School, suitable for beginners, contact Liz Carne on 01637 876326 or e.carne@tiscali.co.uk

Penryn Wednesdays, 19.00-20.30, WI Hall, Mabe, suitable for all levels, contact Rael Harvey on 01209 719321 or ankylghkernewek@hotmail.co.uk

Penryn Wednesdays, 19.00-20.30, New Inn, Mabe, suitable for beginners and intermediate students, contact Rael Harvey on 01209 719321 or ankylghkernewek@hotmail.co.uk

St Dennis Wednesdays, 19.00-21.00, Clay TAWC, suitable for all levels, contact Jerry Jefferies on 01726 824784 or jerry@keskewsel.com

Truro Tuesdays, 19.00-21.00, County Hall, suitable for beginners and intermediate students, contact Janice Lobb on 01872 278501 or janicelobb@gmail.com

Truro Tuesdays, 19.15-21.00, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Conan Jenkin on 01872 261263 or conanjenkin@hotmail.com


West Cornwall

Camborne Mondays, 19.00-20.30, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Matthew Clarke on 01209 610890 or pennlorwydh@hotmail.com

Camborne Thursdays, 19.00-20.30, Centenary Centre, suitable for all levels, contact Ray Chubb on 01209 842394 or ray@spyrys.org

Hayle Mondays, 19.30-21.00, public venue TBC, suitable for beginners, contact Trevor Smitheram on 01326 221867 or trevor.smitheram@btopenworld.com

Heamoor Wednesdays, 19.00-21.00, St Thomas' Church Hall, suitable for all levels, contact Koreen Twydell on 01736 758344 or at koreen@koreen3.orangehome.co.uk

Mawgan Tuesdays, 19.30-21.00, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Trevor Smitheram on 01326 221867 or trevor.smitheram@btopenworld.com

Mullion Mondays, 19.30-21.00, Redannack Community Room, suitable for all levels, contact Dick Ormond on 01326 240168 or susan.ormond@btinternet.com

Newlyn Mondays, 18.30-19.30, Newlyn Trinity Centre, suitable for advanced students, contact Andrew Climo at andrew@communityleaders.org.uk

Newlyn Mondays, 19.45-21.00, Trinity Centre, suitable for beginners, contact Andrew Climo at andrew@communityleaders.org.uk

Redruth Mondays, TBC, private house, suitable for beginners to intermediate students, contact Esther Johns on 01326 290242 or estherjcroft@aol.com

Redruth Wednesdays, 17.00-19.00, Melting Pot, Krowji, suitable for families, contact Ben Read on 07915 252757 or ben@themeltingpotcafe.co.uk

Redruth Wednesdays, 10.00-12.00, private house, suitable for beginners, contact Audrey Metcalfe on 01209 313847 or audreymetcalfe@hotmail.co.uk

St Ives Fridays, 19.30-21.00, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for beginners, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

St Ives Fridays, 18.00-19.30, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for 2nd grade students, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

St Ives Tuesdays, 19.30-21.00, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for 3rd grade students, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

St Ives Thursdays, 19.30-21.00, Fishermen's Lodge, suitable for 4th grade/advanced students, contact Mick Paynter on 01736 795874 or e-mail mickpaynter@paynter6862.fsnet.co.uk

 

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