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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Josh Clayton: Police apologise to mum over death probe
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