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
Climate protest: 'Our futures are getting taken away from us'
Teenage protester Beth says taking part in the global climate strike "gives us hope".
Cornwall smallholder admits 'unnatural breeding'
Justine Peroni, 52, was banned from keeping animals after allowing a bull to breed with his mother.
No prosecutions over 'faulty cooker' deaths
An inquest will take place into the carbon monoxide poisoning deaths of five people in Cornwall.
Global climate strike: Protests take place across England
Marches and demonstrations have taken place in many towns and cities.
Cornwall children's voices urge mums to stub it out
One woman said she had to walk through a cloud of smoke to get into hospital for a 12-week scan.
Climate change: Warming to drive 'robust increase' in UK flooding
A new study shows that there's a higher probability for extreme flooding on UK coasts as global temperatures rise.
Will Wilson: Wasps forward joins Cornish Pirates on loan
Cornish Pirates sign Wasps second-row Will Wilson on loan.
Wetherill helps GB win Euro Para-table tennis gold
Britain's Paul Karabardak, Martin Perry and David Wetherill retain their European title at the European Para-table tennis Championships in Sweden.
Truro City boss Paul Wotton hails 'absolutely outstanding' side after late win over Gosport
Truro City boss Paul Wotton lavishes praise on his side after their 1-0 stoppage-time win over Gosport Borough.
James McRae: Exeter back-row re-joins Cornish Pirates for second season
Cornish Pirates sign Exeter back-row James McRae on a dual-registration deal for the coming season.
Stewart Yetton: Veteran Truro City forward hailed after match-winning goal
Truro boss Paul Wotton hails the impact of veteran striker Stewart Yetton after a dramatic FA Cup qualifying win over Wimborne.

BBC News | UK | World Edition
Labour conference: Tom Watson says there's been a 'bad start'
Tom Watson makes a call for unity at Labour conference, after a foiled plan to oust him as deputy leader.
Give Thomas Cook 'real financial support', ministers urged
Sources suggest the government is reluctant to bail out the struggling travel company.
Extinction Rebellion Dover: Ten climate activists arrested
Ten people, including two in their 80s and 90s, are arrested at an Extinction Rebellion protest.
Glasgow loyalist parades pass off 'without incident'
Four marches in Glasgow were approved by the local authority despite concerns over sectarian disorder.
Night in national park 'for every schoolchild'
Independent review suggests new ideas to "re-ignite" England's protected landscapes.
Labour conference: Menopausal women 'should get flexible work hours'
Shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler will unveil the policy at Labour's conference in Brighton.
Battle of Arnhem: Mass parachute drop marks WW2 assault
A 97-year-old British veteran, who recreated his WW2 jump, says his jump was "thoroughly terrifying".
Harlesden stabbing: Boy, 16, charged with murder
The 16-year-old is the fourth person to be charged in connection with Meshach Williams's death.
Ian Paisley apologises for criticising journalist
The DUP MP says he should not have "accused either Mr McBride or the News Letter of lying".
Motorist airlifted to hospital after Brecon Beacons crash
Two ambulances and an air ambulance were sent after the one-vehicle crash in the Brecon Beacons.
Nearly 200 legally held guns stolen in Northern Ireland in five years
There are approximately 160,000 legally held firearms in Northern Ireland.
Bianca Del Rio: 'I never know what's going to come out my mouth'
The drag star is playing her biggest gig, but she'll still be directing her wit at audience members.
'Wheelchair crowdsurfing makes me feel powerful'
Eighteen-year-old, Ben, who's in a wheelchair says crowdsurfing during Freshers' Week made him feel 'powerful' as well as helping to break down barriers.
Thomas Cook customers fear ruined weddings and holidays
Clients of the travel company voice concerns about their flight and holiday bookings
Tattoos in Japan: Why they're so tied to the yakuza
Body art is seen as being offensive to some people in Japan because of the link to organised crime.
Labour conference: Five things to look out for in Brighton
Brexit battles, election talk and radical policy ideas - what can we expect in Brighton?
Sirius Minerals: The people who spent thousands on a Yorkshire mine
Sirius Minerals has 85,000 small investors, but the company's troubles mean many are stuck in a hole.
Gambling: How much do we spend in the UK?
Exactly how much does the UK spend on gambling - and when does it count as an addiction?
What do you know about saving energy at home? Take our quiz
Do you know the most efficient ways to heat and insulate your home? Take our quiz to find out.
Labour conference: Jeremy Corbyn asked about plot to oust Tom Watson
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is asked about a motion at his party conference to cut the deputy position.
UK veteran, 97, parachutes again over Arnhem
The former paratrooper marked 75 years since the Battle of Arnhem's Operation Market Garden.
Climate march organiser: 'This could be a tipping point'
Dylan Hamilton, who helped organise the climate march through Edinburgh, explains why he did it.
How one runner started a group for women of colour
Matilda decided to start the Fly Girl Collective after realising she was in the minority at races.
Hampshire angler Marina Gibson highlights prejudice in fishing
Marina Gibson uses social media to challenge prejudice and encourage more people to take up angling.
King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery train on Holkham beach
The horses are seen galloping along the sand and wading through the waves during training.
The Papers: EU 'dismisses' backstop alternatives
Saturday's front pages include a leaked memo from Brussels which is critical of the UK's new Brexit proposals.
Brighton fire: Large blaze tears through block of flats
The building was evacuated during the blaze, and people nearby have been left without gas supplies.
Protestors call for Scotland to remain in the EU
Thousands marched down the Royal Mile before a rally was held outside the Scottish Parliament.
Derry's factory girls: 'A window into the adult world'
In the 20th Century, Londonderry was a world leader in shirt production and women were the driving force.
Nigel Farage says Labour has 'abandoned' its pro-Brexit voters
The Brexit Party leader tells a rally in Newport they are the main challengers in Wales.
Vicky Glass murder: Police appeal over unsolved 2000 killing
Cleveland Police launches a fresh appeal on what would have been Vicky Glass's 40th birthday.

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