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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BBC Cornwall | Cornwall
Remotest beaches in Scilly targeted by cleaners
A crew of volunteers goes to the Isles of Scilly to clean the hardest to reach coves and islands.
Cathedral City maker Dairy Crest to be bought by Saputo
Dairy Crest, whose brands also include Country Life, agrees to be taken over by Canadian firm Saputo.
Sepsis campaigner takes son's ashes to Buckingham Palace
Melissa Mead takes the ashes of her son William in a teddy bear to Buckingham Palace to collect an MBE.
Pedestrians 'flee in panic' as car crashes near Truro Cathedral
At least two people were injured in the crash outside Truro Cathedral.
HMS Warwick World War Two sinking remembered 75 years on
Sixty-six sailors died when the ship was hit by a torpedo from a Nazi U-boat off Cornwall in 1944.
Green Party MEPs arrested in Belgium nuclear weapons protest
The group scaled the wall of the Kleine Brogel air base in Belgium to protest against nuclear weapons.
Tintagel Castle bridge gets £2.5m donation
English Heritage says the donation for the footbridge at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall is an "inspiring gift".
Lostwithiel family saves turtle from plastic sack death
A family thought the turtle was feeding on jellyfish until they got closer.
Welcome Stranger: World's largest gold nugget remembered
Two Cornish miners made the discovery in an Australian field 150 years ago.
Truro City: National League South club taken over by new owners
National League South club Truro City announce they are to be taken over by new owners, subject to National League approval.
Marlen Walker & Danny Cutmore: Cornish Pirates duo sign new two-year deals
Cornish Pirates forwards Marlen Walker and Danny Cutmore have agree new two-year contracts at the Mennaye.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Brexit must not be frustrated, Theresa May vows
The prime minister addresses party activists ahead of a week of crucial votes in Parliament.
Supermarkets misleading shoppers on healthy food, say nutritionists
Supermarkets should be more transparent on food classification, say public health experts.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Harry and Meghan arrive in Morocco
The royal couple land in Casablanca for a three-day trip focused on gender equality.
Labour resignations: Defectors betrayed seats, says Thornberry
Her party would "crush" independent MPs if by-elections were held, the shadow foreign secretary says.
Wales beat England in Six Nations thriller
Wales produce an inspired second-half display to beat England and keep alive their Six Nations Grand Slam hopes.
Bristol 'explosion': Three people injured as flats are damaged
People living in the Hartcliffe area of Bristol reported hearing a loud bang shortly before 20:00 GMT.
Chris Eubank Jr stuns James DeGale with a points win at O2 Arena
Chris Eubank Jr scores a huge points win over two-time world champion James DeGale at London's O2 Arena.
BBC Scotland TV channel prepares to launch
The new BBC Scotland TV channel will go on air for the first time later.
Fine warning as HMRC delays tax return penalty letters
Tax experts warn people could be hit by higher fines over the late warnings.
'MI6 conman' Mark Acklom appears in court
Mark Acklom is accused of conning a woman out of her £850,000 life savings.
Tommy Robinson holds Salford protest against BBC Panorama
The corporation has confirmed an upcoming Panorama episode is investigating Mr Robinson.
Disabled mum who killed herself failed by benefits agency
The Department of Work and Pensions is ordered to apologise and pay £10,000 compensation.
Are controversial adverts for fashion brands accident or design?
Burberry, Gucci and Prada are among the brands facing controversy for recent campaigns deemed offensive.
'Why I was made allergic to husband's sperm'
Why this fertility lab worker had to be injected with her partner's white blood cells to give birth.
Wet wipes a sewer nemesis for Anglian Water
The £15m cost of removing foul-smelling "rags" of sewer-blocking wet wipes in the East of England.
Oxford library of things: The place you can borrow a drill
The library allows you to borrow useful things - so you do not have to buy them.
Bradford care home turns room into train carriage
The Gateway Express helps residents experience a rail journey from the comfort of their home.
Can you be a stripper and a feminist at the same time?
Two women who work as strippers say they are "not exploited" in a club licensing row.
Malin Andersson: The dark side of being a social influencer
Malin Andersson admits that being a social influencer comes with a darker side.
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BBC coverage of latest developments
Newspaper headlines: Cabinet 'splits' and 'don't panic' pleas
Several of Sunday's front pages focus on Brexit as MPs prepare for a series of fresh votes next week.
What has really happened since Macpherson's report
Twenty years after the Macpherson report - set up following the Stephen Lawrence murder - has anything changed?
Gambling addict with brain injury spent £210,000
A brain-damaged man says he gambled £210,000 after being "failed" by addiction self-exclusion scheme.
Housing costs: Five surprises explained
Some assumptions about the UK's housing sector may no longer be true. Here are five that may surprise you.
Brexit: What would it mean for UK pensioners living in Europe?
If you're claiming the UK state pension outside the UK how could Brexit affect your claim?
How Queer as Folk broke the mould for gay people on TV
The show, celebrating its 20th anniversary, was a pioneer in putting gay men's lives centre stage.
Brexit and identity in NI: A delicate issue
How might Brexit affect identity in NI, where citizens are entitled to be British, Irish or both?
Why we're giving up on dating apps to find love
Three millennials from Wales share their experience of putting aside apps to find love offline.
Roy Hodgson: The Premier League's oldest manager - by those who know him best
As Roy Hodgson becomes the oldest person to manage a Premier League game, we speak to those closest to him to find out what has made him such an enduring success.

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