Cornish Language Groups Around Cornwall 2018/19


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East Cornwall

Bude Thursday 19:30–21:30 Beginner Gregson Centre, Stratton Jaqi Heard pleganmor@gmail.com

Callington Wednesday 19:15–21:15 All Levels Callington Methodist Church Maureen Pierce mpiercekernow@btinternet.com 01579 382511

Camelford Thursday 19:00–21:00 All Levels Contact for further information Jerry Jefferies jerry.sethir@btinternet.com 07929 859604

Launceston Launceston Thursday 19:30–21:30 All Levels Central Methodist Church Hall Tim Hambly tchambly@btinternet.com 01566 773716

Saltash Saltash Tuesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels Saltash College Maureen Pierce mpiercekernow@btinternet.com 01579 382511

Wadebridge Tuesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels Contact for further information Jerry Jefferies jerry.sethir@btinternet.com 07929 859604


Central Cornwall

Camborne Thursday 19:00–20:30 All Levels Centenary Centre Ray Chubb ray@spyrys.org 01209 842394

Constantine Constantine Monday 19:00–21:00 3rd/4th grade only Private house Vanessa Beeman gwenenen45@btinternet.com 01326 341164

Newquay Wednesday 19:00–21:00 Beginner–Intermediate Newquay Tretherras School Liz Carne e.carne@tiscali.co.uk 01637 876326

Penryn Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 1st grade (1st year) Tremough Campus Jenefer Lowe tackleys@btinternet.com 01326 315994

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

Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 2nd grade Tremough Campus Esme Tackley tackleys@btinternet.com 01326 315994

Penryn Monday 19:00–21:00 3rd grade Tremough Campus Roger Tackley tackleys@btinternet.com 07533 723539

Redruth Thursday 18:45–20:15 Beginner Private house Pat Parry pat.parry33@btinternet.com 01209 215917

Redruth Thursday 19:00–20:30 Intermediate Private house Pat Parry pat.parry33@btinternet.com 01209 215917

Redruth Wednesday 17:30–19:30 Suitable for families The Melting Pot, Krowji Clive Baker clive.baker@gmail.com 07925 327486

Redruth Tuesday 18:30–20:00 Beginner The Venue Clive Baker clive.baker@gmail.com 07925 327486

Redruth Wednesday 10:00 Beginner Private house Audrey Metcalfe audreymetcalfe@hotmail.co.uk 01209 313847

Redruth Wednesday 19:00–20:30 Intermediate Private house Jenefer Lowe jeneferl@hotmail.co.uk 01209 211990

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

St Austell Wednesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels St Austell Arts Centre Ruth Webb ruth6webb@gmail.com 07970 309275

Truro Wednesday 17:30–18:30 Beginner Wig & Pen Mark Trevethan cornishlanguage@cornwall.gov.uk 07967 153107

Truro Wednesday 17:30–18:30 2nd grade Wig & Pen Mark Trevethan cornishlanguage@cornwall.gov.uk 07967 153107

Truro Tuesday 13:00–14:00 3rd grade Lily’s of Truro Mark Trevethan cornishlanguage@cornwall.gov.uk 07967 153107


West Cornwall

Heamoor Wednesday 19:00–21:00 All Levels St Thomas Church Hall Steve Penhaligon www.klassanhay.org.uk 01736 811182

Mullion Monday 19:30–21:00 All Levels Private house Dick Ormond susan.ormond@btinternet.com 01326 240168

St Ives Tuesday 18:00–19:30 Intermediate (upper) Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter mickpaynterstives@gmail.com 01736 795874

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

St Ives Friday 16:30–18:00 Intermediate (lower) Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter mickpaynterstives@gmail.com 01736 795874

St Ives Friday 18:00–19:30 Beginner Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter mickpaynterstives@gmail.com 01736 795874

St Ives Friday 19:30–21:00 Advanced Fishermens Lodge Mick Paynter mickpaynterstives@gmail.com 01736 795874

 

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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Fake car badge seller must pay back £750k
Gregory Whitehead was jailed last year for selling thousands of counterfeit items online.
Andrew Harper: PC's death inspires thanks from public
People across the UK flood police with gifts and kind acts in the wake of PC Andrew Harper's death.
The stick insect population that lost its sex drive
A population of stick insects from New Zealand have become asexual and only reproduce females.
Public urged to 'lend a hand' if police are in trouble
Devon and Cornwall's chief constable says he has officers "being assaulted day after day after day".
McFlurry lid caught round Newquay jackdaw's neck for weeks
The bird has defied efforts to catch it in Newquay, Cornwall, and seems able to eat, drink and fly.
Premature twins meet staff who saved their lives
The parents of the boys thank search teams and medics who saved their lives a year ago.
Plymouth's historic Drake's Island fortress sold
Drake's Island off the Plymouth coast also boasts a 16th Century barracks once used as a prison.
Cost of outside legal advice doubles at 42 councils
Campaigners fighting council cuts label the amount spent on outside law firms "ridiculous".
Fastnet 40: Sailors remember storm that left 19 dead
In August 1979, hundreds of sailors were caught in a ferocious storm that left 19 people dead.
Luke Jephcott & Will Dean: Truro City sign Plymouth and Exeter youngsters on loan
Truro City sign Plymouth Argyle's Wales youth international Luke Jephcott and Exeter City midfielder Will Dean on loan.


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HS2: Review to examine costs and benefits of rail project
It will look at the costs and benefits, with a “go or no-go" decision by the end of the year.
Lucas Dobson: Body found in river is missing boy
Police confirm the body of missing six-year-old Lucas Dobson has been found in the River Stour.
Aras Amiri: British Council worker jailed in Iran a 'bargaining chip'
Fiance of UK resident jailed in Iran on visit to her unwell grandmother urges ministers to act.
EU migration to UK 'underestimated' by ONS
The Office for National Statistics says it may have also overstated migration from non-EU countries.
Brexit: PM to meet Angela Merkel with call to scrap backstop
It comes after the PM said the plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland was "anti-democratic".
Andrew Harper: PC's death inspires thanks from public
People across the UK flood police with gifts and kind acts in the wake of PC Andrew Harper's death.
Titanic sub dive reveals parts are being lost to sea
The first people to dive down to the Titanic in nearly 15 years say some parts of the wreck have been lost to the sea.
Ryanair wins court bid to block Irish strike
A Dublin Court has stopped Irish pilots walking out, as a hearing on a UK-wide strike continues.
Wollaton Park deer selfie warning ignored by visitors
A photo shows a crowd of tourists gathered around two stags at Wollaton Park in Nottingham.
Shipping containers used to house homeless children
Office blocks are also being used to house families as 210,000 children are estimated to be homeless.
Labour: Groups press for more ethnic minority candidates
Five "Friends" groups call for shortlists where half of candidates are from an ethnic minority.
Litter of puppies stolen during armed raid in Castlemilk
Eight Bulldog cross puppies were taken in the robbery at a house in the Castlemilk area of Glasgow.
‘Men have always taken the glory': Why more women are becoming farmers
A growing proportion of the UK's farmers are female - we meet some of the women joining the industry.
RuPaul's Drag Race UK: Meet the queens for first UK series
The line-up for the first ever series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK has been announced.
Why body image is a weighty issue at the Fringe
There are more than 3,000 diverse types of show at the Fringe yet body image is a recurring theme.
Cheltenham postman turned professional wrestler
Cheltenham postman Ryan Williams is living his childhood dream of becoming a professional wrestler.
Being homeless at 14 was terrifying, says Bridgend teenager
Daniel Mayne found help, but a charity warns funding is only "part of the solution".
Brexit will force Scot from German mayor's post
Iain Macnab will lose his job as Burgermeister of a German town as he will no longer be a EU citizen.
Wildcats litter: The new arrivals giving hope for the species' survival
A litter of four wildcat kittens has been born at an animal park near Canterbury
Beyoncé's choreographer brings 'Flawless' dancing to London
JaQuel Knight, who is the creative behind some of Beyoncé's iconic performances, teaches a workshop in London.
Does the future of farming exist beneath city streets?
In a disused air raid shelter one company is growing crops, but what are the pros and cons of vertical farming?
Back-to-school uniform swap-shop is Dorset mum's mission
Laura Mulley started the swap shop after her children grew out of their good quality uniforms.
'Why me? I had ovarian cancer at 14'
Kelliyah thought she was simply putting on weight - and was shocked to find her condition was much more serious.
Andrew Harper: PC murder accused Jed Foster appears in court
Jed Foster, who is accused of killing Andrew Harper, is remanded in custody at Reading Crown Court.
Whaley Bridge dam: Repairs 'may take three years'
Experts are not sure whether the dam wall will need a large-scale repair or a complete rebuild.
Further improvement in Scotland's public finances
The country spent £12.6bn more on public services than it raised in taxation last year - the equivalent of 7% of its GDP.
Brexit: Simon Coveney rules out bilateral no-deal talks with the UK
Tánaiste Simon Coveney says the Irish government cannot come to a separate arrangement with the UK.
Brexit: Michael Gove pledges to ensure traffic flows through ports
The minister in charge of no-deal planning again dismisses predictions of chaos at the ports.


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