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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

Beauty

FRIDAY AT LAST

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

Kernow/Cornwall: 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

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