Cornish Language Groups Around Cornwall 2018/19

Cornish Language and Place Names


East Cornwall

Bude Thursday 19:30–21:30 Beginner Gregson Centre, Stratton Jaqi Heard

Callington Wednesday 19:15–21:15 All Levels Callington Methodist Church Maureen Pierce 01579 382511

Camelford Thursday 19:00–21:00 All Levels Contact for further information Jerry Jefferies 07929 859604

Launceston Launceston Thursday 19:30–21:30 All Levels Central Methodist Church Hall Tim Hambly 01566 773716

Saltash Saltash Tuesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels Saltash College Maureen Pierce 01579 382511

Wadebridge Tuesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels Contact for further information Jerry Jefferies 07929 859604

Central Cornwall

Camborne Thursday 19:00–20:30 All Levels Centenary Centre Ray Chubb 01209 842394

Constantine Constantine Monday 19:00–21:00 3rd/4th grade only Private house Vanessa Beeman 01326 341164

Newquay Wednesday 19:00–21:00 Beginner–Intermediate Newquay Tretherras School Liz Carne 01637 876326

Penryn Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 1st grade (1st year) Tremough Campus Jenefer Lowe 01326 315994

Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 1st grade (2nd year) Tremough Campus Mike Tresidder 01326 315994

Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 2nd grade Tremough Campus Esme Tackley 01326 315994

Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 3rd grade Tremough Campus Roger Tackley 07533 723539

Redruth Thursday 18:45–20:15 Beginner Private house Pat Parry 01209 215917

Redruth Thursday 19:00–20:30 Intermediate Private house Pat Parry 01209 215917

Redruth Wednesday 17:30–19:30 Suitable for families The Melting Pot, Krowji Clive Baker 07925 327486

Redruth Tuesday 18:30–20:00 Beginner The Venue Clive Baker 07925 327486

Redruth Wednesday 10:00 Beginner Private house Audrey Metcalfe 01209 313847

Redruth Wednesday 19:00–20:30 Intermediate Private house Jenefer Lowe 01209 211990

St Austell Thursday 10:30–12:00 4th grade/Advanced Moustache Jack’s Jan Edmondson 01503 220445

St Austell Wednesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels St Austell Arts Centre Ruth Webb 07970 309275

Truro Wednesday 17:30–18:30 Beginner Wig & Pen Mark Trevethan 07967 153107

Truro Wednesday 17:30–18:30 2nd grade Wig & Pen Mark Trevethan 07967 153107

Truro Tuesday 13:00–14:00 3rd grade Lily’s of Truro Mark Trevethan 07967 153107

West Cornwall

Heamoor Wednesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels St Thomas Church Hall Steve Penhaligon 01736 811182

Mullion Monday 19:30–21:00 All Levels Private house Dick Ormond 01326 240168

St Ives Tuesday 18:00–19:30 Intermediate (upper) Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter 01736 795874

St Ives Tuesday 19:30–21:00 4th grade/Advanced Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter 01736 795874

St Ives Friday 16:30–18:00 Intermediate (lower) Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter 01736 795874

St Ives Friday 18:00–19:30 Beginner Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter 01736 795874

St Ives Friday 19:30–21:00 Advanced Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter 01736 795874


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Student denies attempting to kill elderly lover in Buckinghamshire
Benjamin Field admits targeting Ann Moore-Martin, 83, but denies attempting to murder her.
Tintagel Castle bridge installation begins
The bridge, spanning 229ft (70m), will recreate the historic link between the mainland and island.
Eden Project North could open in 2023, bosses say
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Parish council tax bills rise 'to save services from cuts'
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People chased by cleaver-wielding man in Newquay
Terrified residents fled from the man who was wearing a "Friday 13th"-style mask.
Government to pay for £47m road to 'new town' in Cornwall
Housing Minister Kit Malthouse said the road would "support thousands of much-needed new homes".
Patient who fired at paramedics near Helston jailed
Roger Knight pulled the imitation firearm from the side of the sofa in his living room.
Storm-hit Dawlish railway line 'may be moved out to sea'
The track in Dawlish has proven susceptible to flooding since it was repaired after the 2014 storms.
Ann Widdecombe defends gay science views as shows axed
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Craig Mitchell: Cornish Pirates sign former Wales tight-head prop
Cornish Pirates sign former Wales international tight-head prop Craig Mitchell on a two-year contract.

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Boris Johnson says it is "eminently feasible" for the UK to leave the EU by 31 October deadline.
Dominic Raab out of Tory leadership race as five proceed
Five candidates, including frontrunner Boris Johnson and Rory Stewart, make it through to the next round.
Teenage neo-Nazis jailed over terror offences
A judge said their online propaganda for a group called the Sonnenkrieg Division was abhorrent.
Further maths A-level paper replaced following leak
The move is a "precautionary step" to protect students, says Edexcel's parent company, Pearson.
Trimsaran man, 57, charged with explosive offences
Russell Wadge, 57, is charged with five offences relating to explosives and poisons.
Royal Ascot: Day one in pictures
The opening day of Royal Ascot proves to be a family occasion for the Queen.
Hu Shuangyan guilty over 'Huawei' brothel network
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B-52 bomber makes emergency landing at RAF Mildenhall
A US Air Force official says the plane had an "in-flight emergency" and landed at a Suffolk base.
Heathrow reveals expansion 'masterplan'
Plans for a third runway, as well as new terminals to be built in phases, go out to public consultation.
Nigel Farage milkshake attack: Newcastle man told to pay compensation
The Brexit Party leader had just given a short speech in Newcastle when he was covered in milkshake.
'I lost £50 when diners left without paying'
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A new support service is launched to help families with children who were exposed to alcohol in the womb.
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South Western Railway workers begin five-day strike
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Boy's Kos death: People in Merthyr Tydfil 'in shock'
The five-year-old was on holiday with family on the Greek island of Kos when the tragedy happened.
Ruth Davidson: 'Deliver Brexit, but not at expense of UK'
Ruth Davidson tells Tory members who would put Brexit ahead of the union to "take a long, hard look at themselves".
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