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Reflections on Homecoming, Two Centuries Apart

When we lose a loved one it is not uncommon for objects that had themselves been lost during that person’s lifetime to re-emerge. Sometimes we discover things we didn’t even know existed. 1,532 more words

52 Artist Dates 2016

Two of the most enjoyable – and certainly the most stimulating – weeks of 2015 were those I spent at Rosemerryn, a house-in-the-woods-cum-writing retreat near the village of Lamorna, way down in the west of Cornwall. 501 more words

Thirty-One Words for Peace

Peace in 31 languages including Cornish – kres.  Can you find your own? Do let me know in the comments.

Our friend Paul who is doing a Pilgrimage for Peace is still on his way. 7 more words



I’ve had a bad week , nothing seems to have gone right. I’ve broken my mobile phone, spent £120 and its still not working, one of my Tvs stopped working, my heating boiler is leaking. 602 more words

Cornwall/Kernow: A country in its own right

Country: A territory distinguished by its people, history and language – Cornwall has all that

The arrival of the first Celtics in Britain was between c1000 – 600 BC and according to some scholars, possibly as early as 2000 BC. 860 more words


Clematis Armandii and A Humanist Farewell

The overnight winds blew off a bunch of buds from the Clematis Armandii so we brought them inside and very soon the buds had opened. 229 more words


National Day

Gool Peran Lowen, Onen Hag Oll

Happy St Piran’s Day, One and All