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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
'Wobbly' shed incurs planners' wrath
Anonymous emails fly as planners say a "wibbly wobbly" shed has adverse impact on area of outstanding natural beauty.

Private ambulance crews 'pressured'
Non-emergency ambulance drivers say they are often late for vulnerable patients.

Airport reopens after runway work
An airport reopens after a multi-million pound project to improve its runways.

'Cruise' crash girl leaves hospital
A 19-year-old man from south-east Cornwall, who was arrested after 17 people were injured when a car ploughed into them, is released on police bail.

Merger plan for healthcare groups
Two of the largest healthcare providers in Cornwall could merge under cost saving plans as they experience "unprecedented demand".

Eucharist celebrated in Cornish
Eucharist celebrated in Cornish

Perils of the English countryside
Cornish woman crushed by cows

Cornish Pirates bring in four more
Cornish Pirates sign four more young players as they bolster their squad for the 2014-15 Championship season.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Bank to unveil bonus clawback plan
The Bank of England is due to unveil a plan which may see rule-breaking bankers return bonuses up to seven years after being awarded them.

Ebola virus 'potential threat' to UK
The Ebola virus, which has killed more than 670 people in West Africa, are a "potential major threat" to Britain, the government's chief scientific adviser warns.

UK to allow driverless cars on roads
The government is to outline measures that will allow driverless cars on public roads in the UK by 2015.

HSBC closes some Muslims' accounts
HSBC bank writes to Finsbury Park Mosque and other Muslim individuals and organisations around the UK giving them notice their accounts will be closed.

More than five-a-day 'no effect'
New research backs the five-a-day target for fruit and vegetables, but suggests eating more may have no added benefits.

Airline sued over pilot abuse claims
British Airways is to be sued for damages over claims one of its pilots sexually abused children in African schools and orphanages.

Road rage driver used lorry to kill
A lorry driver is convicted of using his 17-tonne truck to murder another motorist by deliberately driving over him.

Peers query 'right to be forgotten'
Demands for web firms to remove personal data to respect people's "right to be forgotten" are unreasonable, peers say.

Government ends prison guitar ban
A ban on steel-string guitars in prison cells in England and Wales is reversed after a campaign by rock stars including Billy Bragg and Johnny Marr.

MH17 parents 'angry and frustrated'
The parents of one of the MH17 crash victims say after meeting David Cameron they are "angry and frustrated" at not knowing what has happened to their son's body.

Met to answer undercover sex claims
The Metropolitan Police has agreed to reveal whether two men had relationships with women while working as undercover police officers.

Duke praises troops' medical care
The Duke of York praises the medical care wounded troops have received in Afghanistan during a surprise visit.

Unesco asks for Star Wars report
Unesco contacts the Irish government asking for a report on the use of a County Kerry island for filming the new Star Wars film.

Sleep sensor smashes Kickstarter goal
A 22-year-old British entrepreneur's new sleep-tracking device cracks $1m (£590,000) on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform in five days.

Cemetery plans opposed by neighbours
Plans for a huge new cemetery beside the south Antrim village of Dundrod meet strong opposition from a group of residents.

Villiers meets new foreign minister
Northern Ireland's Secretary of State Theresa Villiers will meet the new Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan later on Wednesday.

School standards £5m funding fears
There are fears that millions of pounds could be diverted from other schools programmes to fund the Welsh government's new flagship education policy.

Rugby star guilty of model's assault
Wales rugby star Ian Gough is found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill, days after her engagement to pop star Dane Bowers.

Car appeal over Greenock murder
Police investigating the murder of a man in Greenock want to trace a silver car seen in the street where he attended a party.

Second arrest over £1m jewel raid
A 28-year-old man is arrested and charged in connection with a £1m robbery at a jewellery store in Edinburgh in June.

Tourism blow over sewage discharge
Swimmers are warned not to enter the sea at a number of beaches around Thanet following a discharge from two Southern Water pumping stations.

Man charged with landlady murder
A man is charged with the murder of a guesthouse landlady in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, earlier this month.

Record breaking Games for Glasgow
As Glasgow becomes Scotland's most successful Games, more records are broken by athletes and visitors alike.

Home nations win three golds in pool
England's Ben Proud and the 4x100m medley team win Commonwealth Games gold in Glasgow, as does Wales' Georgia Davies.

Liverpool sign striker Origi for £10m
Liverpool complete the £10m signing of Belgium striker Divock Origi from French club Lille on a five-year deal.

How many men are paedophiles?
The Pope was reported to have said that about 2% of Catholic clergy are paedophiles - but how does this compare to society as a whole?

The pre-nup that can end a happy marriage
In parts of Yemen when a brother and sister from one family marry siblings from another, the couples' fates can be locked together regardless of how happy they are.

The mini version of Britain in WW1 Berlin
In World War One, thousands of British men interned in the German camp Ruhleben took to gardening to feed themselves and improve their living conditions.

US and EU expand sanctions on Russia
President Barack Obama says new, co-ordinated sanctions from the US and EU will continue to make Russia's "weak economy even weaker".

Migration changes 'to put UK first'
A series of changes to restrict benefits to some EU migrants is unveiled as David Cameron warns people who are in the UK illegally "we will find you, we will send you home".

Labour had biggest income in 2013
Labour was the best-funded political party in the UK in 2013, with an income of £33.3m, according to the Electoral Commission.

VIDEO: House of Commons
Israel's response to rocket attacks must be "proportionate", insists a minister.

VIDEO: Confetti harvest time in Shropshire
A natural confetti farm is harvesting and drying its crop, in a harvest that lasts only ten days.

VIDEO: Road rage driver used lorry to kill
A lorry driver is convicted of using his 17-tonne truck to murder another motorist by deliberately driving over him.

VIDEO: PC 'lied' over Hillsborough evidence
A police officer on duty on the day of the Hillsborough football disaster has been accused of lying, the inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool football fans has heard.

VIDEO: East Coast beaches 'fast disappearing'
Up to half a mile of land is being lost every 50 years due to coastal erosion, as Sian Lloyd reports.

VIDEO: Diesels face £10 pollution charge
Plans to charge drivers of diesel cars about £10 to drive into central London to tackle high levels of air pollution, are being considered.

VIDEO: Young royals meet Usain Bolt
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry meet Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt during a visit to the 2014 Commonwealth Games village in Glasgow.

AUDIO: Why is shoplifting on the rise?
Hywel Griffith reports on the growth of shoplifting offences in North Wales.

VIDEO: Calls for clarity over 'revenge porn' law
Calls to create a new criminal offence of "revenge porn" have been rejected by a House of Lords committee.

The reindeer herders battling a mine
The reindeer herders fighting a British mining company

Astronomers weigh up Milky Way
Our galaxy is only about half the mass of one nearby

Shakespeare's Globe: Theatrical laboratory
Turning Shakespeare's theatre into a living laboratory

VIDEO: The teetotaller's hospital
London's abandoned Victorian Temperance Hospital

How many will new benefits policy affect?
How many people will be affected by EU migrants benefits curb?

In pictures: Royal visit to Glasgow
Young royals meet Usain Bolt on Glasgow Games visit

Ebola fears and 'fat' doctors - the papers
Fears the deadly virus could reach the UK make front-page headlines

VIDEO: How WW1 shaped a poet's life
The writer who had a lump of granite stuck in his head

 


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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