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No Tick Box for the Cornish yet- but officials remain hopeful after meeting

Last week Cornwall Council Deputy Leader Julian German, Cornwall Councillors and Council officers met with senior officers from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in Truro to discuss the inclusion of tick boxes for the Cornish and Cornish language… 563 more words


Is the Cornish Tick Box under threat?

Report by Cornish Stuff editor Milo Perrin

This Friday, top officials from the Office of National Statistics visit Cornwall in response to the latest report from the Council of Europe on Cornwall’s National Minority Status. 1,231 more words


Speak Cornish Week

This week is Speak Cornish Week!

This year’s theme is Prag na? (Why not?)

So I will be inflicting on you practicing my Cornish all this week! 64 more words


Cornish Stuff TV: Will you speak some Cornish this week? Prag na? It's Speak Cornish Week!

A week of events is being held to make the Cornish language accessible to all – whatever their ability. People can try some Kernewek by going to an event where the Celtic tongue is being used, design a poster or a meme, make a film or take a photo using it. 205 more words


Why Tylda?

Tylda n.m
plural: tyldys, tyldow
Cornish word meaning tent.

Source: Cornishdictionary.org.uk

I have to be honest. I am not a Cornish speaker. However I hope that my daughter will be. 176 more words


Don’t deny us our global Celtic identity says Grand Bard of Cornwall

“Launceston has a proud place in Cornwall’s story. It is the historic capital of Cornwall and the castle was built by Brian of Brittany, the Breton knight who became the first Earl of Cornwall following the Norman Conquest. 557 more words


Govt Criticised by National Minority Report –  should be Tick Box on Census, No Devonwall, proper devolution and cash for language 

The people who monitor how the government is doing since they gave us National Minority status have issued their first report – and as expected the Govt have been heavily criticised when it comes to Cornwall… 1,637 more words