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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Interpreter fears after funding cuts
Cornwall's only centre for the deaf is concerned for its future after funding for interpreters is cut.

Walking in a poet's footsteps
Resident poet Kathryn Symonds describes six months spent in Launceston feeling like she was in "a dozen Charles Causley poems at once".

Chick knit plea response 'fantastic'
Knitted chicks from Cornwall among thousands sent to a Manchester children's hospice after plea.

Fireworks 'not to blame' for pile-up
Smoke from fireworks was "not to blame" for a pile-up on the M5 near Taunton which killed seven people, including a man from Cornwall, a coroner rules.

Storm-hit rail line payout revealed
Compensation of up to £16m will be paid to train and freight operators following the destruction of the main railway line at Dawlish in the south-west of England.

AUDIO: Why Danny Mills bought all the pies
Former England defender Danny Mills has invested in the struggling West Cornwall Pasty Company.

The level crossing wars
The battle over Britain's level crossings

VIDEO: Global fly fishing event comes to SW
Anglers from around the world expected

Pirates boss will miss Bedford game
Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies is to miss his side's game against Bedford as his wife is expecting a baby.



BBC News | UK | World Edition
Man held over NI dissident murder
Police in Northern Ireland arrest a 26-year-old man over the murder of former dissident republican leader Tommy Crossan.

Burnt boy in 'critical condition'
A seven-year-old boy who was badly burnt in an incident in Aberdeen is in a "critical" condition in hospital, police reveal.

Moores named as new England coach
Lancashire coach Peter Moores will lead England's cricket team for a second time, succeeding Andy Flower who resigned in January.

Family car catches fire among lions
A family is left with nowhere to run when their car catches fire - in the lion enclosure at Longleat Safari Park.

Teachers to vote on strike action
The NUT conference is to hear calls for a campaign of industrial action and classroom walk-outs over pay and workload.

Hunt warns against schools extremism
Labour's Tristram Hunt has told teachers in Birmingham that there is no place for "cultural or gender segregation" in schools.

Former Radio 4 presenter dies at 88
Former BBC presenter Derek Cooper, who founded Radio 4's The Food Programme and presented a number of other shows, dies, aged 88.

Extra tests at oil well site likely
Plans for further oil and gas exploration at Balcombe are recommended for approval by West Sussex county councillors.

'Rogue directors' crackdown planned
People convicted of commercial crimes overseas could be banned from running UK firms, Business Secretary Vince Cable says.

HMRC 'plans to share personal data'
Taxpayers' personal financial data could be shared with private firms and researchers, Revenue & Customs says, despite concerns over privacy and security.

Teenager rescued from quicksand
A 15-year-old boy has to be recued after becoming trapped up to his knees in quicksand in south west Cumbria.

Hospital death inquest to be held
The family of a disabled man who died after a routine operation are told they can finally have an inquest, a year after his death.

Man falls to death on Snowdon
A 21-year-old man is killed in a fall near Snowdon summit, North Wales Police reveal.

Three in court over chemical attack
Three people appear in court in connection with an attack which left a teenager with serious chemical burns.

Mobility scooter plunge OAP dies
An 87-year-old man who fell off a pier into the sea as he rode his mobility scooter has died.

'War Horse farm' opens up museum
A Devon farm which features in Michael Morpurgo's book War Horse opens a museum dedicated to the story.

Crowds flock to 'pop-up cathedral'
Thousands of people take part in an Easter event on South Tyneside broadcast live on national television.

Motorcyclist dies in road accident
Richard Brown, a 44-year-old motorcyclist, has died after his vehicle was involved in a collision with a tractor in Fivemiletown.

Arson attack damages cars and homes
Two cars and two homes are damaged in an early morning arson attack in Banbridge, County Down.

Two seriously injured in road crash
Two men are seriously injured in a crash involving a motorcycle and a truck towing a boat in Ceredigion, says the fire service.

Off-roaders 'damaging wildlife'
Illegal off-roading in mountain ranges across north Wales is damaging protected wildlife habitats, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) says.

Woman's death treated as suspicious
Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 46-year-old woman after her body is found in a flat.

STV quits CBI over referendum stance
Broadcaster STV becomes the latest company to leave the CBI after the employers' body formally backed the campaign against Scottish independence.

Council bosses' £15K Florida trip
Nine council bosses fly to the US to research theme parks in Florida at the cost of £15,441.

Rape accused boy, 14, remanded
A teenage boy accused of raping a 10-year-old girl on disused land in Shrewsbury appears in court.

Hamilton takes stunning pole in China
Lewis Hamilton takes his third pole position in four races with a stunning performance in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix.

Chlorine: From toxic chemical to household cleaner
Few chemicals are as familiar as table salt. The white crystals are the most common food seasoning in the world and an essential part of the human diet.

Shannon Airport: A curious history of celebrity visitors
Shannon Airport in the Irish Republic has long been the unlikely host to celebrities and US presidents making the transatlantic crossing, writes Christine Finn.

How 420 became code for marijuana
The number 420 has become a popular code for marijuana. Where does the term come from and why did it catch on, asks Aidan Lewis.

Labour hires Obama poll guru Axelrod
David Axelrod, the strategist who masterminded Barack Obama's presidential victories, will be a key adviser on Ed Miliband's 2015 general election campaign, the Labour Party says.

Minister's health and safety warning
Work and pensions minister Mike Penning writes to schools and local authorities in England to highlight health and safety "excuses".

Female MPs shunning PMQs - Bercow
Some female MPs have stopped attending Prime Minister's Questions because it is so "bad", says Speaker John Bercow.

VIDEO: House of Commons
The PM is challenged over his support for Maria Miller following a row over her expenses.

VIDEO: Kate tries out fighter jet in Australia
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit an air base in Queensland on day four of their tour of Australia.

VIDEO: Football club smoke grenade amnesty
A smoke grenades and flares amnesty was held by police as fans headed into Sixfields stadium in Northampton on Saturday.

VIDEO: Police appeal over burnt child
A seven-year-old boy who was badly burnt in Aberdeen is in a "critical" condition in hospital, as police appeal for help in finding out what happened.

VIDEO: 'Tug of war' Banksy art in museum
The Banksy painting which was controversially removed from a wall in Bristol has gone back on display.

VIDEO: Camel birth shocks sheep farmer
A farmer who was hoping for some rest after a busy lambing season has been surprised by his latest newborn - a camel.

VIDEO: Schools improving maths with snooker
Snooker World Champion Steve Davis is taking his love of the sport into schools in the hope of improving students' maths skills.

VIDEO: What makes vinyl records 'richer'?
World Record Store Day is marked on Saturday and BBC Breakfast looks at why so many people still enjoy the old fashioned platform.

VIDEO: Water voles fighting back in Sussex
The number of water voles has declined by a fifth in the UK since 2011, recent figures suggest. But in one small part of Sussex, the water vole is surviving as Roger Finn reports.

Cheaper stamps if Scots go it alone?
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In pictures: Royal tour in Brisbane
Fighter jet and screaming crowds for William and Kate

The eight tribes of vinyl collector
The 8 tribes of people who keep buying records

The tale of the lion and the spa break
A lion on the loose in Llandrindod Wells

John Lewis celebrates 150 years
What's the story of John Lewis' 150 years of success?

Pensions and privacy - front pages
The issues making Saturday's front-page headlines

 


Bewnans Gwyls Kernewek Kudh

Zennor     Wildlife


Hanow Kernewek re beu res dhe ragdres nowyth yn Pennwydh, restrys gans an Trest Kenedhlek.

An ragdres a dhalathas yn 2010 pan wrug gwithyas Trest Kenedhlek, Shaun Boynes, ervira gorra isframweyth yn nans gwydhek kudh ogas dhe Eglossenar, may hyll bagasow skol bos ena ha dyski a-dro dhe vewnans gwyls ha bewvaow naturek. Bagas dy’gol oberi a dhisplegyas an tyller yn mis Meurth hevleni, gans fondyans dhyworth Keskowethyansow Gwithysi Gemeneth, ow trehevel stevel dhyski yn-mes, kelyow helyk bew, poll rag nadres-margh, kistyow rag ydhyn gans kamaras ynna, ha hedhas gwell dhe’n tyller.

“An tybyans yw rag flehes dhe vysytya ha dyski meur a-dro dhe vewnans gwyls, keffrys hag omlowenhe ha gul gwariow,” yn medh Shaun. “Ni a wra dyskansow a-dro dhe sleynethow treusvewnans, art gwydhek, kampyans gwyls ha hwithransow a ydhyn, tykkiow-Duw, skavellow-kronek ha’n avon.”

An Kowethas Trest Kenedhlek Pennwydh a ros arhans rag kamaras yn kistyow ydhyn hag eseli an Kowethas a brofyas henwyn rag an ragdres. Alison Bushrod a brofyas hanow yn Kernewek, ‘Bewnans Gwyls Kernewek Kudh’, ha’n hanow na o dewisys. Yma’n hanow kervys yn arwodh gwrys a dherow orth an tyller.



A Cornish name has been given to a new project in Penwith that is being run by the National Trust.

The project began in 2010 when National Trust Ranger, Shaun Boynes decided to put infrastructure into a hidden wooded valley near Zennor so that school groups could visit and learn about wildlife and the importance of different habitats. A working holiday group developed the site in March of this year, with funding from the Guardianship Community Partnerships, creating an outdoor classroom and living willow hides, introducing a pond for dragonflies, setting up bird boxes with cameras inside and improving access to the site.

“The idea is that the children can visit and learn a lot about wildlife but can also have fun and games,” said Shaun. “We are going to do lessons on survival skills, woodland art, wild camping and surveys of birds, butterflies, fungi and the river.”

The Penwith National Trust Association donated money to pay for the bird box cameras, and members of the Association were also asked to suggest names for the project. Alison Bushrod’s Cornish suggestion of ‘Bewnans Gwyls Kernewek Kudh’ (Hidden Cornish Wildlife) was chosen, and the title has been carved into an oak plaque which is on display at the site.

 

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